2021 Grant Cycle
Alternatives Incorporated - $12,000
Alternatives Incorporated strives to eradicate domestic and sexual violence through education, prevention, and intervention in central Indiana.
In 2021, Women’s Fund gave $12,000 for operating support to Alternatives Incorporated.
Aspire Higher Foundation -$18,000
The work of the Aspire House Brand focuses on three areas: 1. Community redevelopment, and social justice; 2. Education, experiential programming, and workforce development for youth; and 3. Real Estate development and sports and entertainment production.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $18,000 to support the Epic Blatina Girlz Tech Team.
Concord Neighborhood Center - $13,500
Concord Neighborhood Center’s mission is to provide opportunities that advance the education, health, well-being and independence for near-Southside families.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $13,500 to support the after school programming for Concord Neighborhood Center.
Constructing Our Future - $15,000
The Constructing Our Future (COF) Education Track program combines extensive training in life skills with many hours spent on education and practice in building trades and residential maintenance in prison. Participants upon release are assisted with enrollment and admission into college. Working with Ivy Technical Community College, participants will gain a college degree and highly marketable job skills.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $15,000 for operating support for Constructing Our Future.
Domestic Violence Network - $14,000
The mission of the Domestic Violence Network is to change the culture that leads to domestic violence through advocacy, education, and collaboration in the community at large.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $14,000 to support the Self-Sufficiency Fund, which provides direct assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence.
Exodus Refugee Immigration - $14,000
Exodus Refugee Immigration is dedicated to the protection of human rights by serving the resettlement needs of refugees and other displaced people fleeing persecution, injustice, and war by welcoming them to Indiana.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $14,000 to support the women’s program at Exodus Refugee Immigration.
Flanner House of Indianapolis - $14,000
The mission of Flanner House Indianapolis is to support, advocate for and empower individuals, children and families by applying educational, social and economic resources that move members of the community towards stabilization, and self-sufficiency.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $14,000 to support Flanner House’s support group for single mothers whose children are enrolled in early childhood education.
Gennesaret Free Clinic - $12,000
Gennesaret Free Clinics provides quality, accessible, and compassionate patient-centered healthcare for persons experiencing homelessness or lacking established healthcare. Seeking to serve, Gennesaret Free Clinics is a dedicated team of healthcare professionals, staff, and volunteers who treat all persons with dignity and respect.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $12,000 to support their women’s health services and direct financial assistance.
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis - $11,000
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis’ mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $12,000 for operating support for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis.
John P. Craine House - $12,000
Aim to help justice involved women break generational cycles of abuse, poverty, and incarceration by cultivating an environment where these women can overcome their trauma, practice life skills, and flourish as individuals.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $12,000 for operating support for John P. Craine House.
Madam walker Legacy Center - $20,000
Serve as an enduring symbol of not only African-American pride and achievement but also pride for women and quite frankly, all citizens of the world by perpetuating the legacy of our nation’s first self-made woman millionaire.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $20,000 to support their Black women owned business grant program.
MLK Center - $14,000
The mission of the MLK Center is to educate youth, empower families, and build community through quality multi-generational programs that advocate for our neighbors, promote racial justice, and provide a peaceful space to connect.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $14,000 to support a teen girl mental health counselor and a Teen Coordinator.
Planned Parenthood - $12,000
Planned Parenthood is committed to advancing the health of young people in this country by providing comprehensive sex education that is medically accurate, culturally responsive, equitable and accessible — as well as inclusive of varying gender identities, expressions and sexual orientations.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $12,000 to support sex education programs for women and girls facing challenging circumstances.
The Julian Center $13,000
The mission of the Julian Center is to empower survivors of domestic and sexual violence and end the generational cycle of violence.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $13,000 for operating support for The Julian Center.
Turning Point Domestic Violence Services - $14,000
The 25-bed Emergency Shelter serves a seven-county area including Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, Johnson, and Shelby counties and has been providing victim services since 1975.
In 2021, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $14,000 for operating support for Turning Point.
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