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August 31, 2011

Girls Inc. of Franklin/Johnson Co. Letter to the Editor

by Women's Fund

Women's Fund applauds Girls Inc. of Franklin/Johnson County for achieving a 100% rating in the national Girls Inc. Quality Assurance Review Process.


August 30, 2011

One for the Bucket List (sort of)

by Women's Fund

Wendy McNamar, Women's Fund Special Projects Coordinator, shares her experience - and the excitement - of participating in the Go Girl Triathlon with a team from Women's Fund.


August 25, 2011

Women's Equality Day is Tomorrow

by Kelly Young

Equality Day is a simple reminder to both men and women not to take rights and opportunities for granted.


August 23, 2011

Let’s Go Reggio! A Visit to the Day Nursery Ruth A. Lilly Center

by Women's Fund

Jenny Burch, OPTIONS Class 11 Member, shares her perspective on a visit to Day Nursery's Ruth A Lilly Center.


August 18, 2011

10 Insights into Women's Philanthropy

by Women's Fund

Angela E. White, CFRE, shares helpful tips to engage women as philanthropists and in support of your nonprofit.


August 16, 2011

Corporate Partner: Ice Miller LLP

by Women's Fund

This month, we are spotlighting Ice Miller LLP. As a corporate Partner, Ice Miller has supported Women's Fund since 2006, contributing $36,500.


August 11, 2011

Census Guides Leadership in our Community

by Abigail Coleman

Census information encourages us to think differently about how we serve women and their families in our community.


August 9, 2011

The Container Store is Coming to Indy

by Kelly Young

The Container Store is coming to Indianapolis. Find out how Women's Fund will benefit from their Grand Opening Weekend. Mark your calendar now to shop October 8 & 9!


August 7, 2011

Lack of Space in Shelters Creates Crisis for Women

by Women's Fund

Indianapolis Star: Lack of space in shelters creates crisis for women. Letter from Ann Murtlow and Jennifer Pope Baker about recent domestic violence crisis.


August 4, 2011

Giving Girls the Best

by Abigail Coleman

Girls Inc. of Franklin/ Johnson County has secured the highest Quality Assurance rating from Girls Inc. nationally - demonstrating how girls in Johnson County are getting the best!


August 2, 2011

Victims of Abuse are in Danger if We Don’t Help

by Kelly Young

Victims of domestic violence are in desperate need of help. A shortage of shelter space may cause women and children to be placed in a dangerous situation. There are simple things we can do to help make a difference - and possibly save a life.


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