United Way presents virtual educational series on racial equity

New four-part program beginning July 15 will feature local experts leading conversations about racism and how it affects United Way’s work within the Basic Needs initiative   INDIANAPOLIS – To better understand the history of...

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United Way and City of Indianapolis to provide Restart Grants to nonprofit organizations in Marion County

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, United Way of Central Indiana and the City of Indianapolis have announced their partnership to help nonprofit organizations in Marion County take the precautionary steps to safely re-open their facilities to the...

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United Way of Central Indiana grants $8.3 million to support food, housing, transportation, and healthcare programs in Central Indiana

Tied to its basic needs initiatives, United Way to unveil a new four-part series focused on racism and its effect on food, housing, transportation and healthcare in Black communities   INDIANAPOLIS – United Way of...

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May 25th 7p-9p

Statement from Ann D. Murtlow, President & CEO of United Way of Central Indiana:   We know the protests this weekend in Indianapolis are in specific response to the senseless death of George Floyd in...

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United Way calls on thrill seekers to go Over The Edge August 14

Unique fundraising opportunity for 80 participants to rappel down a 23-story building in downtown Indianapolis; proceeds benefit United Way’s Basic Needs Fund   INDIANAPOLIS – United Way of Central Indiana is looking for dozens of...

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United Way of Central Indiana grants more than $525,000 to community-based organizations for tech improvements

INDIANAPOLIS – Quickly recognizing the unique challenges of working with and serving people in need with social distancing restrictions in place during the COVID-19 crisis, United Way of Central Indiana has made grants through its...

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United Way provides grants to organizations in five Central Indiana counties to help meet community needs

INDIANAPOLIS – United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) has awarded a first round of unrestricted grants totaling $1.8 million to human services organizations serving individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks...

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Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund grants $4 million to 56 human services organizations

INDIANAPOLIS – The Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund (C-CERF) has made a third round of unrestricted grants totaling $4 million to 56 community organizations. Combined with two rounds of grants made since March...

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United Way adds three accredited partners

INDIANAPOLIS – United Way of Central Indiana announced today that three community-based organizations have been approved for accreditation and can apply for United Way grants in basic needs, family opportunity and social innovation as well...

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United Way of Central Indiana releases analysis on effect of COVID-19 on human services sector

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, United Way of Central Indiana released a community-wide analysis that sheds light on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the nonprofit community in central Indiana.   United Way surveyed 160 community-based...

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