2022 Annual Round Grants
Alternatives Incorporated - $10,000
Alternatives Incorporated strives to eradicate domestic and sexual violence through education, prevention, and intervention in central Indiana.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 for operating support.
Centers of Wellness for Urban Women - $25,000
Centers of Wellness for Urban Women empowers women and their families living in urban communities to take action for their health and well-being through education, advocacy, prevention and care.
In 2022, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $25,000 to support Connection 4 Wellness.
Coburn Place Safe Haven - $25,000
Coburn Place Safe Haven offers compassionate support and safe housing choices for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $25,000 for operating support.
Turning Point Also Known as COLUMBUS REGIONAL SHELTER - $21,000
Turning Point provides emergency shelter and support for female survivors of intimate partner violence and their families, as well as healthy relationship program for youth in Shelby and Johnson Counties
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $21,000 for operating support for Turning Point.
Community Alliance of the Far Eastside - $10,000
Community Alliance of the Far Eastside offers direct aid to many of our residents who are in desperate need.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 to support basic needs, enrolling in assistance programs and other services for pregnant women and new mothers.
Concord Center Association - $16,500
Concord Center Association provides opportunities that advance the education, health, well-being, and independence for near-Southside families.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $16,500 to support Where Girls Can Be Girls programming for girls 6-14, with a focus on mental health and other issues facing girls
Constructing Our Future - $10,000
Constructing Our Future welcomes back previously incarcerated women who have demonstrated a sincere desire to be independent, law-abiding citizens upon their return by providing a safe, affordable place to live immediately upon release and a path to permanent, stable housing.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 for operating support of Constructing Our Future.
Dress for Success Indianapolis - $15,500
Dress for Success Indianapolis empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,500 for operating support of Dress for Success.
Early Learning Indiana - $15,000
Early Learning Indiana provides leadership, advocacy and early childhood education services to continually improve the early learning landscape in Indiana.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 to support scholarships for teachers with children enrolled at Early Learning Indiana.
Exodus Refugee Immigration - $15,000
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 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 to support the women’s program at Exodus Refugee Immigration.
Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center at Crooked Creek - $10,000
Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center promotes civic, social, and personal responsibility in the Crooked Creek service area by providing quality services that enhance the lives of individuals and families.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 to support groups for mothers with school-age children and a women’s group.
Flanner House of Indianapolis - $12,000
Flanner House of Indianapolis supports, advocates for and empowers individuals, children and families by applying educational, social and economic resources that move members of the community toward stabilization and self-sufficiency.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $12,000 to support a two-generation program for single mothers with children enrolled in Flanner House’s early education and after-school programs.
Gennesaret Free Clinic- $20,000
Gennesaret Free Clinic provides quality, accessible, and compassionate patient-centered healthcare for persons experiencing homelessness or lacking established healthcare.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $20,000 to support Women’s Health Services for homeless and low-income women.
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana - $15,000
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 for the creation of new troops, with a particular focus on reaching low-income girls and girls of color.
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis - $15,000
Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 for operating support for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis.
Girls Inc. of Johnson County - $15,000
Girls Inc. of Johnson County has provided safe, quality, and enriching after-school and summer programs for young women for 75 years. Girls Inc. serves over 400 girls through our daily after-school programs and summer day camp
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 for operating support for Girls Inc. of Johnson County.
Girls Inc. of Shelbyville Shelby County - $10,000
Girls Inc. of Shelbyville Shelby County delivers life-changing programs and experiences that equip girls to overcome serious barriers to grow up strong, smart, and bold.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 for operating support for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis.
Indiana Diaper Bank - $15,000
Indiana Diaper Bank provides diapers to local pantries that serve families in immediate need of diapers. They also work with a growing network of distribution centers that provide diapers as part of their monthly services and programs.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $25,000 for operating support for Indiana Diaper Bank.
Indiana Women in Need foundation - $10,000
Indiana Women in Need Foundation supports individuals statewide currently receiving treatment for breast cancer by securing and paying for individual services that relieve emotional, physical and financial burdens.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 for operating support for Indiana Women in Need Foundation.
Inner Beauty Program - $12,000
Inner Beauty Program provides teaching of self- awareness and empowerment to todays young ladies and to enhance the focus of living as a strong young woman.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $12,000 to support Mirror Mirror: Bridging Gap Between Mothers & Daughters which is programming for mothers and daughters in the areas of life-coaching, trauma yoga & mindfulness and physical fitness.
Latinas Welding Guild - $25,000
Latinas Welding Guild offers welding training and job placement for marginalized groups and partners with local community organizations.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $25,000 for operating support for Latinas Welding Guild.
Leading Ladies - $10,000
Leading Ladies provides programming for girls ages 12-18 where they can talk about issues, do community service projects and participate in college tours
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 for operating support for Leading Ladies.
Madam walker Legacy Center - $15,000
Serves 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 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 to support their program Female Entrepreneurs which provides training and opportunities for Black women and girl entrepreneurs.
Martin Luther King community Center - $15,000
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 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 to support Empowering Black Girls for Success programing includes summer employment, self-care workshops, community outings and mental health supports.
Mujeres Conectadas - $10,000
Mujeres Conectadas is a community of Spanish-speaking women that seeks to connect women with resources and tools so that they can achieve their personal development through comprehensive well-being.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $10,000 for operating support for Mujeres Conectadas.
Indianapolis Child Care | New Beginnings- $20,000
New Beginnings offers three programs all-day preschool and kindergarten, after-school remediation and enrichment and academic and recreational summer camp. Through these programs, they aim to improve the lives of the children and families served.
In 2022, Women’s Fund of Central Indiana gave $20,000 to support “Yes, I can!” Childcare Assistance Program, which provides childcare fee subsidies.
Planned Parenthood - $15,000
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.
In 2021, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 to support Community-Based Sexual/Reproductive Health Education a program includes training of teen peer educators and provision of a sexual health curriculum for at-risk women and girls
Prevail of Central Indiana - $16,000
Prevail of Central Indiana crisis intervention and restorative support services for adult, adolescent and child survivors of crime and abuse.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $16,000 for operating support for Prevail of Central Indiana.
The Riley Youth Community Center - $13,000
The Riley Youth Community Center tutors students in English and Math courses. In addition, they strive to invest in the students’ success towards their test scores, future education and careers.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $7,000 to support Think Like a Girl programming for girls 8-14 who live in Pike and Washington Townships
Seeds of Hope, Inc. - $20,000
Seeds of Hope Inc. offers a unique addiction recovery program for women over the age of 18 by providing housing and support to women during their substance abuse recovery
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $20,000 for operating support for Seeds of Hope, Inc.
Silent No More, Inc. - $25,000
Silent No More, Inc. provides housing and other supports to survivors of intimate partner violence.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $25,000 for operating support Silent No More, Inc.
The Domestic Violence Network - $15,000
The Domestic Violence Network focused on education with the idea that informing our community on issues related directly and indirectly to domestic and other types of violence will change the culture that leads to that violence.
In 2022, Women’s Fund gave $15,000 to support the Self-Sufficiency Fund which provides short-term rental assistance for survivors of intimate partner violence through partner organizations.
Your gift addresses the needs of women and girls in our community.