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Protecting Vulnerable Youths: Three Nonprofits Meeting Critical Needs in Our Community

Join us on Tuesday, November 19th, from 5:30-7:30pm for an update on three of our recent Change Makers We’ll gather at Trinity Episcopal Church for an update on three of our recent Change Makers, each one addressing a pressing need in our community: Trinity Haven: Every night, an estimated 72 young people who identify as […]

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Impact 100 Young Philanthropist Scholarship Program

Impact 100 has always been about making a difference – both for the nonprofits to whom they offer grants, and among the Indianapolis community at large. Since 2013 Impact 100 has been making a difference in shaping the philanthropic perspectives of young women through its scholarship program, which covers the cost of membership for promising […]

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Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis Recognized as Indiana Philanthropy Association’s Outstanding Philanthropy Group of 2018

Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis was named as the 2018 Outstanding Philanthropy Group by the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Indiana Chapter. Impact 100 Board member Roberta Jaggers nominated us. Board member emerita Donna Oklak presented the award. At the awards ceremony on November 15th, Terry A.M. Mumford, President of the Board of Directors, accepted the […]

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Our Annual Giving Report–Why it’s important

Each year we update our annual Giving Report. This report provides all the information you expect to see in an organization’s annual report with an overview of the grants we have given since our first one in 2006. You’ll find our most recent annual budget, along with information on our membership. It even has charts […]

Impact 100 2019 Change Maker

Kennedy King Memorial Initiative Congratulations to Kennedy King Memorial Initiative!!! They are this year’s recipient of a $100,000 grant which they’ll use to support a cultural visitors center to educate and support individuals and groups as they work to address issues of inequality and injustice. In addition to the $100,000 grant awarded to Kennedy King Memorial Initiative, […]