Giving to make a difference
   

Thank you for investing in the lives of women and girls in central Indiana.

   

 

    Grants that matter
   

Women's Fund knows the issues and organizations impacting women and girls in central Indiana and this is exclusively what we fund, through grants to effective nonprofit organizations.

   

    Teaching Philanthropy
   

Learn how to have impact with your giving. We offer three programs teaching philanthropy: GO: Give Back for children, OPTIONS for women age 25 to 45, and Perspectives for women age 46 to 106. Sixth through twelfth grade GO students introduced GO Ahead & Play in 2013.

  

GO Ahead & Play

A student-led public art project which brought pop-up pianos transformed by local artists to central Indiana August 1-18, 2013.


OPTIONS

Engaging women age 25 to 45 in meaningful exploration of personal and group philanthropy and the needs of women and girls in our community.

 

 

 

GO: Give Back

Teaching children about giving and how to make thoughtful, significant contributions to the community.


 

Perspectives

Philanthropy education for women age 46 to 106 featuring meaningful discussions about personal philanthropy and issues impacting women and girls in central Indiana.

     

 

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Our Blog
July 29, 2015
by Kelly Young

Andrea Jung, President & CEO of Grameen America and former Chairman and CEO of Avon, is speaking at The Power of Women's Philanthropy. Kelly Young, Women's Fund communications consultant, did a little research and came up with 5 reasons she really likes Ms. Jung.

July 15, 2015
by Kelly Young

I cannot imagine the horrific violence that takes place around the world causing women, men and children to flee their homes. But it happens everyday. Fortunately, Exodus Refugee exists to provide hope to refugees who now call Indianapolis home. Here's more after a site visit to Exodus Refugee.