Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis received two grants from the Trust totaling $370,000 to help young
people on the far east side of Indianapolis. (Photo by Danese Kenon)

$2.7 million in grants
to 19 Indiana nonprofits

Today, the Trust announces the second round of 2014 grants: $2,701,000 to 19 Indiana nonprofit organizations in the Trust’s focus areas of
Helping People in Need, Protecting Animals and Nature and Enriching Community Life. For more detailed information on the grants, please
see the project descriptions.

The breakdown by program category:

Helping People in Need (10 organizations for a total of $1,681,000)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis

$370,000

Center for Leadership Development

$100,000

Community Alliance of the Far Eastside

$80,000

Connect2Help

$32,000

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

$500,000

Hawthorne Social Service Association

$250,000

HVAF of Indiana

$75,000

Indiana Black Expo

$64,000

Indiana Legal Services

$110,000

YMCA of Greater Indianapolis

$100,000

 

 

Protecting Animals and Nature (6 organizations for a total of $815,000)

Cope Environmental Center

$50,000

FACE  (Foundation Against Companion Animal Euthanasia)

$100,000

Friends of the White River

$135,000

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

$100,000

Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana

$60,000

Sycamore Land Trust

$370,000

 

Enriching Community Life (3 organizations for a total of $205,000)

Indiana Repertory Theatre

$80,000

Joseph Maley Foundation

$50,000

Claude McNeal’s Musical Theatre Training Program

$75,000

 

 

Total Indiana Grants — 19 organizations                                       

Since its inception in 1998, the Trust has granted more than $235 million in Indiana and Arizona

$2,701,000

 

Our next proposal deadline is January 12. The second deadline is June 29. For more information, please visit our website.