Our Grantees

Arizona A New Leaf Expand employment support services for low-income women by operating the programs previously provided by Arizona Women’s Education and Employment. $125,000
Arizona A New Leaf Inc. Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,000
Arizona About Care Inc. Provide a registered nurse to help seniors remain self sufficient in their homes, and update the agency's technology. $60,000
Arizona All Faith Community Services Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,000
Arizona Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Support for foster care youth to purchase items not covered by the state foster care system, such as tutoring, athletic fees and equipment, field trips, and music lessons. $20,000
Arizona Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Expand the Keys to Success career development, education and employment program to increase positive outcomes for youth transitioning out of Arizona’s foster care system. $150,000
Arizona Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University Expand ASU Bridging Success program to recruit, retain and support foster care alumni attending the university. $300,000
Arizona Arizonans for Children Inc. Support to provide holiday gifts and meals for children in group homes and family foster care. $10,000
Indiana Arts for Learning Establish yearlong arts integration residencies and professional development for classroom teachers at four IPS schools to improve student literacy. $75,000
Arizona Assistance League of East Valley Arizona Provide school clothing and supplies to elementary school children from low-income families. $3,000
Indiana Assistance League of Indianapolis  Provide school clothing and supplies to elementary school children from low-income families. $20,000
Arizona Assistance League of Phoenix Arizona Provide school clothing and supplies to preschool and elementary school children from low-income families. $20,000
Arizona Association of Arizona Food Banks Inc. Purchase and distribute turkeys or hams to families and use for congregate meals through area food banks. $30,000
Arizona Azcend Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,000
Arizona Back To School Clothing Drive Provide school clothing and supplies to school-aged children from low-income families. $17,500
Arizona Banner Health Foundation Expand services for senior citizens to help them remain independent and in their homes. $100,000
Arizona Benevilla Expand supportive services for senior citizens including transportation, grocery shopping, home visits and house maintenance. $75,000
Indiana Bosma Enterprises Establish the Group Training Model program to provide vision rehabilitation services to Marion County seniors facing vision loss. $75,000
Indiana Child Advocates Inc. Expand the Family Crisis Advocacy Program to assist Marion County children involved in high-conflict custody disputes. $150,000
Arizona Child Crisis Arizona Support to provide holiday gifts and meals for children in crisis care. $10,000
Indiana Children’s Bureau Increase the practice of trauma-informed care in Indiana by providing training sessions to professionals who interact with the child welfare system and children who experience trauma. $125,000
Indiana Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Enhance the Mid-North Promise Program by delivering personalized educational planning support for families in the Mid-North neighborhood and implementing a post-secondary scholarship award. $75,000
Indiana Chosen Ministries Corporation Enhance and expand career coaching, mentoring and financial literacy education programs for single mothers. $40,000
Indiana Christamore House Inc. Reestablish the House of Teens after school program for teenagers living in the Haughville neighborhood. $120,000
Arizona Chrysalis Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence Implement trauma-informed practices to help trauma survivors recover and heal so they can live free of abuse and its residual effects. $180,000
Arizona City of Phoenix Human Services Department Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $22,800
Indiana Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and  Prevention of Greater Indianapolis Establish the Family Diversion Program, which would divert 200 families from homeless and domestic violence shelters into safe and stable housing. $190,000
Arizona College Depot Program at the Burton Barr Central Library Provide assistance for high school students earning their diploma or GED equivalent. $80,000
Arizona Common Sense Media To expand digital literacy programs and safe technology and media usage to children and families in Maricopa County. $267,000
Indiana Community Alliance of the Far Eastside Expand the Great Families 2020 Initiative programming to provide families with education and employment coaching services to improve their employable skill sets. $150,000
Arizona Concerned Citizens for Community Health Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,000
Indiana Dayspring Center Inc. Provide emergency shelter, outreach and food programs to low-income families. $25,000
Indiana DirectEmployers Institute Expand programming for STEM-based businesses and students in work-based learning opportunities to attract more underrepresented young people into STEM-related careers and employment. $50,000
Indiana Domestic Violence Network (DVN)  Assist victims of domestic violence eliminate or reduce barriers to independent living. $40,000
Indiana EmployIndy Increase the quality of services and capacity for workforce partner agencies, including the establishment of an embedded services model in community locations, in order to provide accessible and convenient services to low-income job seekers. $60,000
Arizona Experience Matters Expand learning resources and broaden the expertise of older adult volunteers as they repurpose their skills to serve the needs of local nonprofit organizations. $75,000
Indiana Food Rescue Implement 40 new K-12 food rescue programs in Marion County schools to capture unopened and unpeeled food items for donation to local food pantries and other agencies. $100,000
Arizona Foundation for Blind Children Support the College Readiness Program for blind or visually impaired students transitioning from high school to college. $100,000
Arizona Foundation for Senior Living Construct a new Glendale adult day center to assist seniors in the West Valley. $150,000
Arizona Friendly House Inc. Expand the I-BEST program to help low income adults earn their high school equivalency diploma and medical assistant certification. $60,000
Arizona Friends of Public Radio Arizona Establish on-demand podcast programming to meet the needs of Sun Sounds' visually impaired listeners. $195,000
Indiana Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Inc.  Support to aid in the distribution of surplus food to member charitable agencies serving the needy and expand public awareness of hunger and its root cause. $45,000
Arizona Guide Dogs for the Blind Support a guide dog team for a blind or visually impaired person's lifetime. $25,000
Indiana Hawthorne Social Service Association Inc. Assist families who live in extreme poverty through the Center for Working Families program, including quality child care, housing stability and employment. $100,000
Indiana Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County Sustain the Reach Out and Read program, which intertwines literacy promotion with pediatric care to promote parental engagement, increased family reading time and educational bonding experiences. $160,000
Arizona Homeless Youth Connection Increase the number of homeless youth served with case management, housing and life skills to ensure they stay in school and complete their high school education. $50,000
Indiana Horizon House Inc.  Provide daytime hospitality services for the homeless in downtown Indianapolis. $25,000
Arizona Human Services Campus LLC Expand intake hours to provide additional crisis intervention, outreach, engagement, assessment and housing referrals for adults experiencing homelessness. $225,000
Arizona ICM Food & Clothing Bank Provide emergency financial assistance to low-income and homeless individuals and families. $10,000
Indiana Indiana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Increase capacity to train and support staff at the Marion County health clinics operating a Reach Out and Read program so nearly 70,000 central Indiana children achieve gains in language development, social-emotional development, and improve school readiness. $210,000
Indiana Indianapolis Legal Aid Society Expand the Children’s Guardianship Initiative to help keep children out of the juvenile court and foster care systems by assisting family members or friends with obtaining guardianships. $125,000
Arizona International Rescue Committee Expand the Opportunity Passport program for youth aging out of the foster care system. $180,000
Indiana IU School of Informatics and Computing Expand IT certification training and courses for high school students participating in the iDEW information technology program. $120,000
Indiana Julian Center Inc. Enhance the agency's capacity to provide quality domestic violence services in central Indiana. $50,000
Indiana Junior Achievement of Central Indiana Inc. Increase student career and technical skills awareness related to jobs in high-demand industry sectors. $140,000
Indiana Kids’ Voice of Indiana Expand the Community Mobile Law Program to provide free legal services to both youth and adult clients at three community centers. $75,000
Indiana Local Initiatives Support Corporation Expand commercial lending and spur development and economic growth in Great Places 2020 neighborhoods. $180,000
Arizona Maggie’s Place Expand supportive housing programs for mothers who are in the process of reunification with their children in the foster care system. $110,000
Arizona Maricopa County Community College District Foundation Expand the MCCCD Bridging Success program to recruit, retain and support foster care alumni attending the college. $300,000
Indiana Meadows Community Foundation Inc. Establish a social services referral network to meet the needs of Avondale Meadows residents. $60,000
Arizona Midwestern University Provide high quality, comprehensive vision care services and eyeglasses for homeless and low-income populations in Maricopa County. $75,000
Indiana Operation: Job Ready Veterans Implement a community outreach plan to recruit older and more difficult to place veterans who can benefit from the agency’s employment assistance program. $100,000
Indiana Our Children Our City Assist agencies that improve food access for elementary school children. $25,000
Indiana Outreach, Inc. Expand services to the growing number of homeless teens and young adults utilizing the drop-in center. $150,000
Indiana Pass the Torch for Women Foundation Increase professional trainings, networking opportunities and executive mentoring for Marion County female college students. $75,000
Arizona Paz de Cristo Community Center Enclose and make improvements to the outdoor dining facility to provide expanded services and evening meals to homeless and other low-income individuals. $150,000
Arizona Phoenix Rescue Mission Provide meal services and shelter programs during the holiday season. $10,000
Arizona Resurrection Street Ministry Incorporated Purchase a stake bed truck and repair a refrigeration truck to expand food recovery, food preparation and delivery to senior centers and low-income charter schools, as well as assist individuals moving from transitional to permanent housing. $65,000
Arizona Season for Sharing Phoenix c/o Arizona Community Foundation Assist agencies that improve the quality of life for Arizona families. $50,000
Arizona SEED SPOT Increase the number of low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs empowered to launch ventures, create jobs and achieve economic self-reliance. $34,000
Indiana Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Indianapolis  Continue basic services to the hungry, homeless and working poor. $30,000
Arizona Society of St. Vincent de Paul Phoenix Continue basic services to the hungry, homeless and working poor. $75,000
Arizona Sojourner Center Expand the program to maintain optimum safety for survivors of domestic violence. $75,000
Arizona Southwest Human Development Provide low-income families with assistance during the holiday season. $9,000
Arizona St. Joseph the Worker Provide workforce development solutions for Sunnyslope's homeless and at-risk individuals seeking employment. $120,000
Indiana Starfish Initiative Expand services to low-income high school participants by creating new curriculum to align with the Indiana Employability Skills Benchmarks and by increasing volunteers' capacity to ensure students are best equipped for college success and in careers after graduation. $135,000
Indiana Summer Youth Program Fund Support summer youth programming to enrich, enhance and expand summer activities for Marion County children and youth. $150,000
Arizona Summer Youth Program Fund Support summer youth programming to enrich, enhance and expand summer activities for Maricopa County children and youth. $150,000
Indiana Teachers Treasures Inc.  Provide school and office supplies to teachers working in low-income neighborhoods. $20,000
Indiana TeenWorks Expand year-round workforce development training for economically disadvantaged teens in a multiyear career pathway program in five identified high-wage and high-demand sectors of Indiana’s workforce: health and life sciences; STEAM; advanced manufacturing; hospitality; and entrepreneurship. $125,000
Arizona Tempe Community Action Agency Inc. Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,000
Arizona The Global Orphan Project Reduce the number of children entering foster care through a collaboration of local faith-based communities, nonprofits and the Arizona Department of Children Safety. $105,000
Arizona The Salvation Army – Phoenix Provide shelter and services for low-income families. $75,000
Indiana The Salvation Army, Indianapolis Provide shelter and services for low-income families. $70,000
Indiana United Way of Central Indiana Assist with the funding of basic needs services. $100,000
Arizona Valley of the Sun United Way Assist with the funding of basic needs services. $100,000
Indiana Villages of Indiana Expand the number of foster families in central Indiana to respond to the growing number of fragile children coming into the state’s child welfare system as a result of the opioid crisis. $200,000
Indiana Villages of Indiana Inc. Provide foster families with diapers, formula, baby food, medical devices and other supplies needed to care for their foster children. $25,000
Indiana Wheeler Mission Ministries Provide emergency shelter services, medical and dental care, and employment assistance. $50,000
Indiana Winter Assistance Fund Provide emergency utility assistance for low-income households. $50,000
Indiana Young Actors Theatre Research, develop and perform peer-to-peer theatrical performances for at-risk middle and high school students about the dangers of drug abuse, specifically the local opioid/heroin epidemic. $150,000
Arizona A New Leaf Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Arizona A Stepping Stone Foundation Expand the Literacy Elevates Arizona Families program to Bret Tarver Isaac Preschool. $150,000
Arizona All Faith Community Services Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Arizona Arizona Center for Youth Resources Assist disconnected youth develop career pathways and education plans leading to a high school diploma. $58,000
Arizona Arizona Child and Family Advocacy Network Coordinate and enhance services for abused and neglected children. $50,000
Arizona Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Support for foster care youth to purchase items not covered by the state foster care system, such as tutoring, athletic fees and equipment, field trips and music lessons. $20,000
Arizona Arizona Lions Vision Center, Inc. Provide vision testing for children, the elderly and special needs adults. $70,500
Arizona Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped Purchase land that houses the ARCH campus to provide therapeutic and recreational activities for disabled individuals. $250,000
Arizona Arizonans For Children, Inc. Support to provide holiday gifts and meals for children in group homes and family foster care. $10,000
Arizona Assistance League of East Valley Arizona Provide school clothing and supplies to elementary school children from low-income families. $2,900
Indiana Assistance League of Indianapolis, Inc. Provide school clothing and supplies to elementary school children from low-income families.https://www.ninapulliamtrust.org/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=grant $20,000
Arizona Assistance League of Phoenix Provide school clothing and supplies to preschool and elementary school children from low-income families. $20,000
Arizona Association of Arizona Food Banks, Inc. Purchase and distribute turkeys or hams to families and use for congregate meals through area food banks. $30,000
Arizona Avondale Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Arizona AZCEND Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Arizona Back To School Clothing Drive Provide school clothing and supplies to school-aged children from low-income families. $17,500
Indiana Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, Inc. Expand the College Readiness Program for high school students as they pursue graduation and explore career and college options. $150,000
Indiana Boys Scouts of America Crossroads Council Expand the co-ed STEM Scouts program to encourage youth to discover the world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. $150,000
Indiana Center for Victim and Human Rights Expand the legal supports available to domestic violence victims and their families. $120,000
Arizona Central Arizona Shelter Services, Inc. Address the unique needs of 18- to 24-year-old youth to resolve their homelessness. $150,000
Arizona Child Abuse Prevention Fund Provide matching funds for the sale of "It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Child" license plates program. $75,000
Indiana CICP Foundation, Inc. Partner with major employers and educational institutions to create new pathways for workers to enter high-demand careers. $225,000
Arizona City of Phoenix Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $22,800
Indiana Coburn Place Safe Haven II, Inc. Expand support services and housing options to clients and implement an evaluation process to measure program success. $100,000
Indiana College Mentors for Kids Extend mentoring programs to underserved youth. $150,000
Arizona Concerned Citizens for Community Health Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana Council for Adult and Experiential Learning Enable more adults to earn Ivy Tech credits for skills acquired through work and life experiences. $80,000
Indiana Dayspring Center, Inc. Provide emergency shelter, outreach and food programs to low-income families. $25,000
Indiana Domestic Violence Network of Greater Indianapolis Assist victims of domestic violence eliminate or reduce barriers to independent living. $45,000
Arizona Duet Expand services to grandparents and other kinship caregivers. $110,000
Indiana Edna Martin Christian Center Expand Center for Working Families and early childhood education programs to more parents and their children. $100,000
Indiana EmployIndy Support technical assistance to bolster the quality of neighborhood-based employment services available to job seekers. $81,000
Indiana Eskenazi Health Foundation, Inc. Expand the Future Promises Program for pregnant and parenting teens at the IPS Graduation Academy. $65,000
Indiana Flanner House of Indianapolis Create partnerships between employers, community organizations and educational institutions to boost job opportunities for near northwest side residents. $190,000
Arizona Fresh Start Women’s Foundation Enhance the computer literacy program for women pursuing personal and professional goals. $149,000
Arizona Gila Bend Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, Inc. Provide computer coding camps to middle and high school girls to introduce them to coding and technology-related college and career options. $100,000
Arizona Girls Ranch, Inc. Provide assistance to resident teen mothers and their children during the holiday season. $2,500
Indiana Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Support to aid in the distribution of surplus food to member charitable agencies serving the needy and expand public awareness of hunger and its root cause. $30,000
Arizona Glendale Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Arizona Guadalupe Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana Horizon House, Inc. Provide daytime hospitality services for the homeless in downtown Indianapolis. $25,000
Arizona ICM Food and Clothing Bank Provide emergency financial assistance to low-income and homeless individuals and families. $10,000
Indiana Indiana University Foundation Expand services offered to entrepreneurs and small business owners on the Indianapolis near westside. $125,000
Indiana Indiana University Foundation Endowment support for the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program at IUPUI. $3,000,000
Indiana Indiana University Foundation, Inc. Provide enhanced vision screenings to all Head Start preschoolers in Marion and Hamilton counties. $145,000
Indiana Indianapolis OASIS Expand the Hi-Impact Tutoring program for seniors to improve at-risk elementary students' reading skills and increase parent participation in the program. $75,000
Indiana Indianapolis Urban League Construct the Empowerment Training Center to help clients secure employment and obtain credentials in high demand industries. $225,000
Indiana Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library Foundation Continue the Ready to Read program to cultivate literacy skills in children up to age 5. $70,000
Indiana Indy Reads Provide literacy and/or English language classes to prepare adults for Adult Basic Education/High School Equivalency classes, job training and certification courses. $185,000
Arizona International Rescue Committee Expand the Opportunity Passport Program to provide financial literacy workshops and support services to former foster youth. $88,000
Indiana John H. Boner Community Center Establish the Great Families 2020 project at the Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School. $150,000
Indiana Marion County Commission on Youth, Inc. Engage potential employers to hire more youth, recruit youth into skill-building programs and support youth development agencies to prepare young people for positive work experiences. $40,000
Indiana Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center Expand occupational training and Center for Working Families financial/career counseling for low-income adults. $200,000
Arizona Mesa Arts Center Foundation Provide resources for Project Lit, an afterschool program focusing on literacy taught through creative expression. $150,000
Indiana Midwest Food Bank Purchase a new refrigerator truck to collect and distribute fresh and frozen foods to needy Hoosiers. $75,000
Indiana Near Eastside Area Renewal, Inc. Enhance business and entrepreneur opportunities to serve and employ near eastside residents. $90,000
Indiana Our Children Our City Assist agencies that improve food access for elementary school children. $25,000
Arizona Peoria Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Arizona Phoenix Rescue Mission Provide meal services and shelter programs during the holiday season. $10,000
Indiana Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Inc. Provide health care to low-income women who are un/underinsured and live in Marion County. $100,000
Arizona Power Paws Assistance Dogs, Inc. Support the Power Paws' New Lifecycle: Improving the Way We Generate Program Revenue dog assistance program providing life skills for people with disabilities. $25,000
Arizona Read Better Be Better Expand the after-school literacy program to third grade students in the Washington School District. $156,646
Indiana Riley Area Development Corporation Expand learning opportunities for entrepreneurs in the Ruckus Makerspace. $90,000
Arizona Salvation Army, Phoenix Provide shelter and services for low-income families. $50,000
Arizona Save the Family Foundation of Arizona Expand rapid rehousing and support services to homeless families in the east valley. $150,000
Indiana School on Wheels Pilot and expand a mentoring program to pre-K students and their families who are impacted by homelessness. $125,000
Arizona Season for Sharing Phoenix Assist agencies that improve the quality of life for Arizona families. $50,000
Indiana Shepherd Community, Inc. Enhance the Shalom Project to connect neighbors to vital services. $25,000
Indiana Society of St. Vincent de Paul Continue basic services to the hungry, homeless and working poor. $20,000
Arizona Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Phoenix Continue basic services to the hungry, homeless and working poor. $75,000
Arizona Southwest Human Development Expand the Raising A Reader program to promote literacy in young children through partnerships with pediatric clinics. $100,000
Indiana St. Mary’s Child Center Expand the Family Engagement program to support preschool children and their families. $120,000
Indiana Summer Youth Program Fund Provide safe and positive experiences through academic enrichment, arts and recreational summer programs for underserved Indianapolis youth ages four to 19. $150,000
Arizona Summer Youth Program Fund through Arizona Community Foundation Provide safe and positive experiences through academic enrichment, arts and recreational summer programs for underserved Phoenix youth ages four to 19. $150,000
Arizona Surprise Resource Center Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana Teachers’ Treasures, Inc. Provide school and office supplies to teachers working in low-income neighborhoods. $20,000
Arizona Tempe Community Action Agency, Inc. Assist low-income families along pathways out of poverty by building income, developing savings and improving assets. $273,100
Arizona Tempe Community Action Agency, Inc. Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana The Salvation Army, Indianapolis Provide shelter and services for low-income families. $50,000
Arizona Tolleson Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana U.S. Dream Academy, Inc. Provide mentoring and academic support to students in high-risk communities. $50,000
Arizona UMOM New Day Centers Support for homeless youth and young adults. $100,000
Indiana United Christmas Service Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $40,000
Indiana United Way of Central Indiana Expand the ReadUP Readers program to six additional schools in Marion County to improve third-grade literacy skills. $150,000
Indiana United Way of Central Indiana Assist with the funding of basic needs services. $100,000
Arizona Valley of the Sun United Way Assist with the funding of basic needs services. $100,000
Indiana Visually Impaired Preschool Services Expand early intervention services to families with visually-impaired children in Marion County. $150,000
Indiana Wheeler Mission Ministries Provide emergency shelter services, medical and dental care, and employment assistance. $50,000
Arizona Wickenburg Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,100
Indiana Winter Assistance Fund Provide emergency utility assistance for low-income households. $50,000
Arizona Year Up Provide job skills training, stipends, internships and college courses to young, unemployed adults. $150,000
Indiana 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. Expand programs for underserved youth. $75,000
Arizona About Care, Inc. Provide independent living skills for elderly and homebound individuals. $60,000
Indiana Adult and Child Mental Health Center Expand support services to foster youth and their families. $120,000
Indiana Apprisen Provide financial coaching to low- to moderate-income workers. $75,000
Arizona Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Expand the Keys to Success program to provide individualized career planning, education and employment development services to foster youth. $100,000
Arizona Arizona State University for A New American University Provide mobile veterinarian servces for dogs of homeless individuals who frequent the Human Services Campus. $10,000
Arizona Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University (Bridging Success) Expand the Bridging Success program to support ASU students with foster care backgrounds. $62,000
Arizona Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University (Public Allies) Provide leadership training and nonprofit apprenticeships through the Public Allies program. $168,000
Arizona Arizona YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix Expand financial education programs to low-income women and families. $300,000
Arizona Arizona’s Children Association Provide kinship caregivers with support services and information to become licensed foster parents. $100,000
Arizona Banner Alzheimers Foundation Assist caregivers of family members with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. $50,000
Indiana Best Buddies Indiana Establish the Jobs program to secure employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. $150,000
Indiana Bethany Christian Services of Central Indiana Expand the foster care program to recruit and license foster families. $200,000
Arizona Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona www.bbbsaz.org $112,000
Arizona Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix, Inc. Enhance the Academic Success Program at the Phoenix, Avondale and Maryvale Clubs. $150,000
Indiana Business Ownership Initiative of Indiana Provide business coaching and microlending services to entrepreneurs. $100,000
Indiana Butler University Expand early childhood literacy programs in local preschools and day care facilities. $70,000
Indiana Center for Leadership Development Expand and enhance college readiness programs to serve minority youth and their parents. $75,000
Arizona Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. $250,000
Arizona Child & Family Resources Provide adult education and high school equivalency preparation classes for pregnant and parenting teen mothers. $105,000
Arizona Children’s Action Alliance, Inc. Improve outcomes for foster youth aging out of the child welfare system. $339,000
Indiana Connect2Help Relocate and renovate space for a new headquarters. $300,000
Indiana DirectEmployers Association Foundation, Inc. Provide hands-on STEM-related career experiences for underserved youth. $75,000
Arizona Dress for Success Phoenix Provide solutions that enable women to break the cycle of poverty. $37,000
Indiana Fathers and Families Research Resources Center Provide support services to low-income fathers and their families to increase family stability and economic mobility. $50,000
Indiana Food Rescue, Inc. Expand and establish food recovery programs in K-12 school cafeterias. $75,000
Arizona Gabriel’s Angels Provide pet therapy for at-risk children and youth. $70,000
Arizona Global Orphan Project Provide pet therapy for at-risk children and youth. $60,000
Indiana Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, Inc. Expand the Nurse Family Partnership program within the Haughville neighborhood. $275,000
Indiana Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity, Inc. Establish the Homeowner Repair Program in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. $90,000
Arizona Guide Dogs for the Blind Provide guide dogs to the blind and visually impaired. $25,000
Indiana Health and Science Innovations Construct a new lab and work space for the Young Innovators program. $25,000
Arizona Homeless Youth Connection, Inc. $90,000
Indiana Indiana Canine Assistant Network, Inc. Enhance technology systems to increase clients, volunteers, partners and donors. $100,000
Indiana Indiana Connected By 25, Inc. Expand financial capabilities programs for foster youth. $237,000
Indiana Indiana University Foundation Expand orientation and support programs for former foster youth, wards of the court and independent students with no familial support. $203,000
Indiana Jameson Camp Construct a new activity building to improve and expand programming to youth and the community. $200,000
Arizona Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates Expand post-secondary education and employment services for disconnected youth. $120,000
Indiana Joy’s House Establish a second day center for adults who are mentally and/or physically challenged. $70,000
Arizona Justa Center Help previously homeless individuals remain in their homes. $35,000
Indiana Lutheran Child and Family Services of Indiana Construct a new facility for young men who are aging out of foster care. $250,000
Arizona Maggie’s Place, Inc. Provide self-sufficiency and parenting skills to mothers to help reunify them with their children in foster care. $75,000
Indiana Marion County Commission on Youth, Inc. Establish a comprehensive plan to support summer teen employment. $80,000
Indiana Martin University, Inc. Upgrade the NASA SEMAA lab to provide underserved youth STEM experiences. $35,000
Arizona National Center for Youth Law Expand the FosterEd program to provide foster students with an education champion and ensure academic success. $250,000
Arizona Native American Connections Provide homeless young adults with emergency shelter and support services at HomeBase Youth Services. $100,000
Indiana Nextech Expand experiential technology education programs for high school students $130,000
Arizona North Scottsdale United Methodist Church Expand employment opportunities and provide business connections to foster youth. $24,675
Arizona one n ten Assist LGBTQ youth gain employment and life skills. $25,000
Indiana Outreach, Inc. Construct a new Drop-In Center for homeless teens and young adults. $200,000
Arizona Phoenix Day Increase building safety and security and renovate the playground. $26,340
Arizona Planned Parenthood Arizona, Inc. Reduce unintended pregnancies and improve sexual health and life opportunities for vulnerable youth. $75,000
Arizona Prescott College, Inc. Support costs associated with college improvements. $50,000
Indiana Reach for Youth, Inc. Expand the Alternative to Expulsion program. $85,000
Arizona Resurrection Street Ministry Incorporated Recover and distribute perishable food to low-income Mesa residents. $46,000
Indiana Second Helpings, Inc. Expand the Culinary Job Training Program. $100,000
Indiana Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Indianapolis Expand a self-sufficiency project for low-income participants to break the cycle of poverty. $125,000
Arizona Society of St. Vincent de Paul- Phoenix Support the Building a Resilient Community Campaign to better serve those in need. $1,000,000
Arizona Soldier’s Best Friend Construct a centralized training facility for veterans with PTSD and/or traumatic brain injury and their companion dogs. $82,000
Indiana Stand for Children Leadership Center – Indiana Provide parents with the skills and knowledge to engage in their children's education. $125,000
Indiana Starfish Initiative Enhance career exploration services for economically disadvantaged high school students. $50,000
Indiana TeenWorks Expand the TeenWorks Transformations program to provide teen employment and neighborhood beautification projects. $50,000
Indiana The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Establish a program to support the educational goals of families in neighborhoods surrounding the Museum. $170,000
Arizona Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development Relocate the Donation Center to better serve homeless and vulnerable youth. $128,537
Arizona UMOM New Day Centers, Inc. Provide families involved in the child welfare system with housing and support services. $225,000
Indiana United Way of Central Indiana Build early literacy skills for low-income children and nurture a love of reading. $90,000
Arizona Valley of the Sun YMCA Support for Ensuring Our Future Campaign. $500,000
Indiana Volunteers of America of Indiana Expand employment programs for veterans at risk of homelessness. $120,000
Indiana YMCA of Greater Indianapolis Construct a new YMCA in Pike Township. $250,000
Indiana 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. Enhance programs for underserved youth of central Indiana. $75,000
Arizona A New Leaf, Inc. Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona All Faith Community Services Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona Arizona Career Pathways Expand the workforce development program to help adults reach their educational and career goals. $40,000
Arizona Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Support for the holiday gifts program. $20,000
Arizona Arizona Helping Hands Expand service hours to provide foster children with basic items including beds, cribs, mattresses and clothing. $150,000
Arizona Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University Support for the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program. $694,676
Arizona Arizona’s Children Association Provide kinship caregivers with information to become a licensed foster parent and access other support services. $100,000
Arizona Arizonans For Children, Inc. Provide tutoring and mentoring to school-aged children in the foster care system in Maricopa County. $125,000
Arizona Assistance League of East Valley Provide school clothing and supplies to elementary school children from low-income families. $5,000
Indiana Assistance League of Indianapolis, Inc. Provide school clothing and supplies to preschool and elementary school children from low-income families. $20,000
Arizona Assistance League of Phoenix Arizona Provide school clothing and supplies to preschool and elementary school children from low-income families. $20,000
Arizona Association of Arizona Food Banks, Inc. Purchase and distribute turkeys to families and use for congregate meals through area food banks. $30,000
Arizona Avondale Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona Back-To-School Clothing Drive Association Provide school clothing and supplies to school-aged children from low-income families. $99,750
Arizona Back-To-School Clothing Drive Association Provide school clothing and supplies to school-aged children from low-income families during the holiday season. $20,000
Arizona Banner Health Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona Be A Leader Foundation Expand support for Be A Leader Institute College program students as they progress toward a college degree. $186,450
Indiana Beacon of Hope Center For Women, Inc. Expand the Lilly's Lighthouse Foster Pet Program to provide foster pet care to domestic violence victims. $55,000
Indiana Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana, Inc. Expand the Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood and Far Eastside Neighborhood Impact Initiative. $125,000
Arizona Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix, Inc. Enhance the Academic Success Program at the Phoenix, Avondale and Maryvale Clubs. $150,000
Indiana Business Ownership Initiative of Indiana, Inc. Expand the Business Coaching Program to assist entrepreneurs with business advice and microlending services. $120,000
Arizona Chandler Christian Community Center Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona Child Abuse Prevention Fund Provide matching funds for revenue raised through the sale of It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Child license plates. $150,000
Indiana Child Advocates, Inc. Expand the Youth Advocacy project to assist foster youth transitioning to independent living. $100,000
Arizona Children’s Action Alliance, Inc. Develop the Fostering Advocates Arizona initiative to improve outcomes for foster youth aging out of the child welfare system. $341,000
Indiana Children’s Bureau, Inc. Implement the Teaching-Family Model to help foster youth develop pro-social, skill-building behavior. $125,000
Indiana Christamore House, Inc. Expand the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Experience for students. $100,000
Indiana Coburn Place Safe Haven II, Inc. "Evaluate and enhance the Adult Services Program to provide self-sufficiency services to Marion County domestic violence victims. " $150,000
Arizona College Depot Program at the Burton Barr Central Library Help individuals earn their high school diploma or GED and continue on to postsecondary education. $150,000
Arizona Concerned Citizens for Community Health Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Indiana Corporation for Supportive Housing Launch the Penn Place supportive housing project for chronically homeless individuals. $135,000
Indiana Dayspring Center, Inc. Provide emergency shelter, outreach and food programs to low-income families. $25,000
Indiana Domestic Violence Network of Greater Indianapolis Assist victims of domestic violence eliminate or reduce barriers to independent living. $50,000
Indiana Dress for Success Indianapolis Expand programs that help women obtain and maintain employment. $100,000
Indiana Early Learning Indiana Establish two early childhood Centers of Excellence to prepare preschoolers for success in school. $200,000
Indiana Easter Seals Crossroads Conduct Rally Point Resource Fairs and events to provide services to veterans in central Indiana. $125,000
Indiana Edna Martin Christian Center Expand the Village Works community-based mentoring program in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood. $165,000
Indiana Eskenazi Health Foundation, Inc. Expand the Future Promises Program for pregnant and parenting teens at Arsenal Tech High School. $125,000
Arizona First Place AZ Create an education curriculum to assist young adults with autism as they transition to independent living. $150,000
Arizona Gild Bend Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Indiana Girls Incorporated of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. Enhance the Advancing Girls Towards Self-Sufficiency program for underserved girls. $75,000
Arizona Girls Ranch, Inc. Provide assistance to resident teen parents and their children during the holiday season. $2,400
Indiana Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc. Expand the Community Cupboard food pantry to improve services. $250,000
Arizona Glendale Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona Guadalupe Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Arizona Helen’s Hope Chest Provide clothing and books for foster children, kinship children and foster families. $22,000
Arizona Homeward Bound Expand job readiness training and day care for single mothers and their children. $230,000
Indiana Horizon House, Inc. Provide comprehensive services to homeless individuals and families. $125,000
Indiana Horizon House, Inc. Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $25,000
Indiana Indiana Latino Institute, Inc. Increase job readiness programs to empower Marion County Latinas to become self-sufficient. $52,000
Indiana Indiana University Foundation Support for the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program. $704,371
Indiana Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership, Inc. Open a new office to serve individuals and families in southern Marion County. $150,000
Indiana Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center, Inc. Expand the Indianapolis Public Allies Program to provide additional support for its younger members during and after their apprenticeships. $75,000
Indiana Indianapolis OASIS Expand the Hi-Impact Tutoring program for seniors to work with at-risk K-2 students in Marion County schools to improve reading skills and increase self-esteem. $75,000
Indiana Indianapolis Urban League Enhance the New Beginnings job training program to assist unemployed and underemployed individuals. $150,000
Indiana Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library Foundation Continue the Ready to Read program to cultivate literacy skills in children up to age 5. $70,000
Indiana Indy Reads Provide free literacy services to adults and families. $100,000
Arizona Interfaith Cooperative Ministries Provide support services to the elderly to allow them to remain independent. $29,000
Arizona Interfaith Cooperative Ministries Provide  emergency help to low-income and homeless individuals and families. $10,000
Indiana IU School of Informatics and Computing Implement informatics learning programs in three Indianapolis high schools to prepare students for IT careers. $120,000
Indiana Ivy Tech Foundation Support for the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program. $342,291
Arizona Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates Provide support to JAG students through college graduation and transition into career-related employment. $300,000
Arizona John F. Long Family Services Center Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,600
Indiana John H. Boner Community Center Establish the Near Eastside Career Opportunities Center to assist low-income adults obtain advanced employment. $225,000
Indiana Junior Achievement of Central Indiana Inc. Expand financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness programs for underserved middle and high school students. $50,000
Arizona Justa Center Help previously homeless individuals remain in their residences. $42,900
Indiana Local Initiatives Support Corporation Expand the Centers for Working Families' Bridges to Success program to provide financial coaching and employment skills training. $100,000
Arizona Maricopa County Community College District Foundation Support for the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program $474,281
Indiana National Center for Youth Law Ensure that foster youth have meaningful education plans, engaged educational champions and teams supporting their school success. $75,000
Indiana Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic, Inc. Establish the Homeless Youth Justice Project to provide civil legal assistance to homeless teenagers and young adults. $125,000
Arizona New Pathways for Youth Expand the Transformative Mentoring Program that serves low-income Phoenix youth who drop out of high school. $150,000
Indiana Operation Job Ready Veterans Expand the Veterans Employment Transition Seminar program to assist veterans with job placement and retention. $100,000
Indiana Our Children Our City % Central Indiana Community Foundation Assist agencies that improve the quality of life for Indiana families. $25,000
Indiana Peace Learning Center, Inc. Expand the One Indy school-based conflict resolution and community building program to five IPS sites. $125,000
Arizona Phoenix Indian Center Increase high school graduation rates and academic achievement for American Indian young men. $290,355
Arizona Phoenix Rescue Mission Provide meal services and shelter programs during the holiday season. $15,000
Indiana Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Inc. Ensure access to essential reproductive health care services and supplies for low-income women in Marion County. $150,000
Arizona Respite Shelter for Homeless Men, Inc. Expand the SOAR program to advance the number of homeless individuals who attain social security/disability benefits. $50,000
Arizona Season for Sharing % Arizona Community Foundation Assist agencies that improve the quality of life for Arizona families. $50,000
Indiana Shepherd Community, Inc. Enhance the Shalom Project to connect neighbors to vital services. $125,000
Indiana Society of St. Vincent de Paul Continue basic services to the hungry, homeless and working poor. $20,000
Arizona Society of St. Vincent de Paul Continue basic services to the hungry, homeless and working poor. $75,000
Indiana Southeast Community Services Upgrade technology for the Center for Working Families initiative. $26,000
Arizona Southwest Human Development Expand the Raising A Reader program to parents and caregivers to improve their children's literacy development. $60,000
Arizona St. Joseph the Worker Provide resources for homeless/low-income job-seekers to secure employment. $70,000
Indiana Stand for Children Leadership Center – Indiana Expand the Stand UP program to provide parents with the skills and knowledge to engage in their children's education. $50,000
Indiana Starfish Initiative Enhance career exploration services for economically disadvantaged high school students and provide internship opportunities. $50,000
Arizona Summer Youth Program Fund Provide academic enrichment, arts and recreational summer programs for children of low-income families $150,000
Indiana Summer Youth Program Fund Provide academic enrichment, arts and recreational summer programs for children of low-income families $150,000
Arizona Sunnyslope Family Services Center Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,600
Indiana Teachers Treasures, Inc. Provide school and office supplies to teachers working in low-income neighborhoods. $20,000
Indiana TeenWorks Initiate the TeenWorks Transformations program to provide paid work experience and postsecondary preparation skills to teens. $100,000
Arizona Tempe Community Action Agency, Inc. Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Indiana The Salvation Army Ruth Lilly Women and Children’s Center Support for the Emergency Bedspace Program. $80,000
Indiana The Salvation Army, Indianapolis Provide shelter and services for low-income families. $50,000
Arizona The Salvation Army, Phoenix Distribute food, toys and gifts to low-income families and individuals during the holiday season. $50,000
Indiana The Villages of Indiana, Inc. Increase the number of foster families to care for abused and neglected children. $300,000
Arizona The Welcome To America Project Provide basic home furnishings and clothing to newly arrived refugee families. $45,500
Arizona Tolleson Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Indiana Travis L. Williams Family Services Center Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $7,600
Indiana Trusted Mentors, Inc. Expand mentoring for young adults. $125,000
Indiana United Christmas Service Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $50,000
Indiana United Way of Central Indiana Assist with the funding of basic needs services $100,000
Arizona Unlimited Potential Expand GED and ESL classes to prepare adults for employment or higher education. $140,000
Arizona Valley of the Sun United Way Support for the Rapid Rehousing program to provide homeless individuals with housing and support services. $125,000
Arizona Valley of the Sun United Way Assist with the funding of basic needs services. $10,000
Indiana Wheeler Mission Ministries Provide emergency shelter services , medical and dental care, and employment assistance. $50,000
Arizona Wickenburg Community Action Program Provide low-income families and individuals with assistance during the holiday season. $6,650
Indiana Winter Assistance Fund Provide emergency utility assistance for low-income households. $65,000
Arizona Arizona Career Pathways Expand the workforce development program to help adults reach their educational and career goals. $60,000
Arizona Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped Expand the multipurpose room to provide developmentally or physically disabled individuals, 8 to 22 year olds in Maricopa County, with therapeutic and recreational activities. $50,000
Arizona Arizona State University Foundation Support for Bridging Success, to provide case management, mentoring and other support to former foster youth attending ASU. $109,000
Arizona Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona Provide 100 youth with professionally-supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. $100,000
Indiana Bosma Enterprises Expand the Orientation and Mobility & Adjustment Counseling Services Project to assist central Indiana seniors who recently became visually impaired or blind to cope with their vision loss better and increase their independence. $64,600
Indiana Boy Scouts of America Crossroads Council Expand the ScoutReach program with the Hispanic Outreach Initiative to involve central Indiana Hispanic youth in Boy Scout programs. $160,000
Indiana Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, Inc Support the IPS School 102 Interim Club site to serve 75 registered Club youth per year on the far eastside of Indianapolis. $120,000
Indiana Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, Inc. Construct a new club on the far eastside to provide a wide array of programming to 1,200 youth annually. $250,000
Indiana Center for Leadership Development, Inc. Expand and enhance the college readiness programs to serve and additional 600 minority youth and their parents. $100,000
Arizona Central Arizona Shelter Services, Inc. Support for a youth case manager, targeting a minimum of 400 homeless individuals, ages 18 to 24. $100,000
Arizona Children’s Action Alliance, Inc. Develop the Fostering Advocates Arizona initiative to improve outcomes for 600 foster care youth aging out of the child welfare system each year. $300,000
Arizona Chrysalis Increase the capacity of the Outpatient Counseling Program to serve 275 adult and child victims of domestic abuse. $160,000
Arizona Circle the City Support to purchase and customize two new electronic systems for medical coding and insurance billing/reimbursements of 3,500 ill and injured homeless individuals yearly. $250,000
Indiana Connect2Help Expand referrals to an additional 6,500 Marion County residents eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. $32,000
Arizona Dress for Success Phoenix Support for a mobile unit to provide job preparation services and business attire for 250 low-income women in Maricopa County. $75,000
Indiana Flanner House of Indianapolis Enroll unemployed parents on the city's near west side in the Center for Working Families' programs to become employed. $75,000
Arizona Fresh Start Women’s Foundation Support for the Jump Start program, a one-week, comprehensive series of workshops providing employment, self-confidence and self-esteem workshops to women. $30,000
Arizona Girl Scouts – Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Inc. Support for the "Campaign for Girls in Arizona" to build a new Leadership Center, Aquatic Center, cabins, amphitheater and trails on 15 acres at the base of South Mountain. $400,000
Indiana Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, Inc. Construct a new Leadership and Learning Center facility at Camp Dellwood for use by 12,000 girls and adults. $500,000
Indiana HVAF of Indiana, Inc. Expand the Employment Program to provide employment preparation, placement and job retention to 300 homeless and near homeless veterans each year. $75,000
Indiana Indiana Black Expo, Inc. Expand the Youth Media Institute (YMI) programming to include services to up to 62 youth, ages 13-19. $64,000
Indiana Indiana Legal Services, Inc. Expand the Medical Legal Partnership with Midtown Community Mental Health to help remove civil legal barriers to self sufficiency for 100 to 150 patients. $110,000
Indiana Indianapolis OASIS Expand the Hi-Impact Tutoring program for seniors to work with at-risk K-2 students in IPS and other Marion County township schools to improve reading skills and increase self-esteem. $75,000
Arizona International Rescue Committee Assist nearly 40 single-parent refugee families reach self-sufficiency and provide after-school and summer program for their children. $50,000
Arizona Justa Center Help 100 previously homeless individuals stay in their residences and not return to homelessness. $29,000
Arizona Maggie’s Place, Inc. Prepare 75 homeless, pregnant and parenting women for self-sufficient, independent living. $84,000
Arizona Maricopa County Community College District Foundation Support for the Foster Youth Student Success Project to provide support services to former foster youth attending a Maricopa Community College. $198,000
Arizona National Center for Youth Law Establish the Foster Ed program to ensure that foster youth in Maricopa County have meaningful education plans, engaged educational champions and active education teams supporting their school success. $75,000
Indiana Noble, Inc. Enhance opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities to participate in pre-vocational classes to prepare them for competitive employment. $70,000
Arizona one n ten Assist 100 youth gain employment and life skills through the Youth Education and Success Program at the central Phoenix center and satellite locations. $75,000
Indiana Paws and Think, Inc. Expand the Marion County Justice Youth Canine Program to at-risk youth to train dogs in basic obedience skills, improving the dogs' chances of adoption from Indianapolis Care and Control. $
Arizona Paz de Cristo Community Center Provide clients seeking employment with clothing, showers, haircuts, bus tickets, state identification cards and birth certificate vouchers. $20,000
Arizona Planned Parenthood Arizona, Inc. Improve women's access to quality health care by establishing a primary care program in northeast Phoenix. $75,000
Indiana Progress House, Inc. Expand the Next Steps and Permanent Housing programs with employment and career services for men who struggle with addiction as they move toward self-sufficiency. $75,000
Indiana RecycleForce Establish the Work Court Project for ex-offenders charged with technical rules violations who the court has referred to continue to receive training, find temporary employment, job placement and support services as an alternative to another prison sentence. $200,000
Indiana School on Wheels Provide tutoring and mentoring support in three Indianapolis schools to homeless youth who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence. $80,000
Arizona Soldier’s Best Friend Support to construct a centralized training facility for approximately 75 veterans with PTSD and/or Traumatic Brain Injury and their companion dogs. $40,000
Arizona St. Mary’s Food Bank Support for costs associated with repairs and replacement of the roof at the Del E. Webb Distribution Center. $150,000
Indiana Stand for Children Leadership Center – Indiana Expand the Stand University for Parents program into 13 additional IPS schools to provide parents with the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to engage in their children's education, increase family involvement and improve student learning. $75,000
Indiana Starfish Initiative Enhance career exploration services for economically disadvantaged high school students through a College and Career Fair, and provide internship opportunities at different businesses. $50,000
Arizona Tempe Community Action Agency, Inc. Support for the Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program to provide shelter, meals, showers and case management services for homeless adults. $50,000
Indiana The Villages of Indiana, Inc. Provide home visitations services and parenting skills for first-time parents who are at risk of abusing or neglecting their children but are ineligible for Healthy Families Indiana program services. $40,000
Arizona Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development Provide drop-in center support for 1,000 homeless youth annually between the ages of 12 and 25, and shelter for 168 youth ages 18 to 25. $100,000
Indiana U.S. Dream Academy, Inc. Accelerate reading levels and math skills of struggling third through eighth grade students at IPS #105 through an innovative literacy program. $75,000
Arizona UMOM New Day Centers, Inc. Address the negative impact that homelessness has on nearly 440 children residing with their families annually in the Child Development Center. $50,000
Arizona Wesley Community Center, Inc. Support for exterior capital improvements to the Golden Gate Community Center. $79,000
Indiana YMCA of Greater Indianapolis Support the Avondale YMCA Young Achievers program to provide mentoring and college readiness programs for 320 adjudicated teenagers living in the Meadows neighborhood. $100,000