Women's Fund made a bold announcement regarding funding for emerging adult women, ages 18-24. As a way to create a connection with the new initiative called "NEXT" we have asked several women to answer the question: "What would I tell my 18-year-old self?" Their responses will be posted monthly. This month Jennifer Young Dzwonar shares what she would tell her 18-year-old self.
A recent visit to Christamore House revealed their life-changing work to help women on the near west side of Indianapolis become self-sufficient.
Matthew Tully features Women's Fund and NEXT in his latest column.
Each month, we will introduce you to someone who fits the profile of the women we hope to serve through the NEXT Initiative. You will meet a wide variety of women who we hope will inspire you with their tenacity, strength, and bold outlook on life. This month meet Kelsey.
Grants Officer Julie Koegel visited G.L.A.M. summer camp and learned what one organization in Indianapolis is doing to help at-risk girls in our community.
You never know what you drive by on your way to work. One OPTIONS member learned she passes Craine House - a work-release facility that helps women convicted of non-violent offenses live with their preschool age children while serving their sentence. Read more about her visit to Craine House.
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