Free Tax Assistance Available Beginning Today for Eligible Central Indiana Residents

Last year, more than 8,500 tax returns were prepared for individuals and families at no cost, resulting in more than $10 million in refunds   Each year, thousands of Central Indiana residents pay hundreds of...

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Advocates for a Bias Crimes Law Kick-Off Campaign to Move “Indiana Forward” in 2019

Leaders from Indiana’s business, nonprofit, advocacy, education and faith communities today formally kicked off the Indiana Forward campaign, a united and bipartisan effort to pass a clear and comprehensive bias crimes law in the 2019...

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United Way of Central Indiana Promotes Sara VanSlambrook to Chief Impact Officer

INDIANAPOLIS – United Way of Central Indiana announced today the promotion of Sara VanSlambrook to the position of Chief Impact Officer effective January 2, 2019. As a member of the executive team, VanSlambrook will assume...

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Passing Hate Crimes Legislation: Nothing to Lose and Everything to Gain

For all of the gains our city and state have made in the effort to create communities that celebrate diversity and difference, there is still much more work to do to ensure that all Hoosiers...

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Employers, Advocates, Business Leaders and More Announce a United Effort to Pass a Hate Crimes Law

A broad and bipartisan group of employers, business leaders, nonprofit organizations, colleges and universities, faith leaders and more today announced their membership in Indiana Forward, a coalition that will advocate for a clear and inclusive...

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Gene B. Glick Company and United Way Form Strategic Partnership to Focus on Long-term Community Impact

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Today, the Gene B. Glick Company and United Way of Central Indiana strengthened their longstanding relationship by formalizing a strategic plan designed to drive positive, measurable change in the community. A proud...

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In Tribute to Matthew Tully, columnist for the Indianapolis Star 1969-2018

Central Indiana lost a talented, hard-working and loyal community advocate on October 29, 2018. Matthew Tully’s passing prompted condolences and accolades from many public officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, Senators Joe Donnelly and Todd...

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Colts, United Way & Indiana Wesleyan to Unveil Colts Fitness Room at Eagle Creek Salvation Army

Indianapolis – On Monday, the Indianapolis Colts, United Way of Central Indiana and Indiana Wesleyan University will unveil a new Colts-themed fitness room at the Eagle Creek Salvation Army, which will provide local youth a...

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United Way of Central Indiana Names Goodpaster New VP of Public Policy, Promotes VanSlambrook to VP of Community Impact

INDIANAPOLIS, October 22, 2018 – United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) today announced that Mindi Goodpaster has been named the organization’s Vice President of Public Policy, while Sara VanSlambrook has been promoted to Vice President...

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United Way of Central Indiana Announces Leadership United Class of 2019

29 Indy-area leaders selected for competitive leadership program   Last week, Leadership United kicked off programming and welcomed the class of 2019 participants. Leadership United is United Way’s community leadership and board development program, which...

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