Census 2020 | Count Me INdy

In a few months, the 2020 Census will be underway. This nationwide count provides vital data to help determine how to distribute $675 billion in federal funding.   With an accurate count, there will be...

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Human Services Professional Renewal Program

The Human Services Professional Renewal Program provides hard-working, dedicated human services professionals an opportunity to regenerate and reinvigorate themselves, so they can bring fresh ideas and energy to the human care business.

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Employee Spotlight: Why We Love Lucy

Lucia Downton, better known around the office as Lucy, isn’t your average United Way employee (although we might argue that no United Way employee is just, “average!”). With over two decades of service to the...

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Women at Work: Meet Tracy Edmonds

Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion & Chief Diversity Officer at Anthem, Inc., Tracy Edmonds, was selected as one of four influential women in the Indianapolis community to serve as a panelist for the first...

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The Importance of Leaving a Legacy

Rod Cotton, longtime United Way board member and donor, recently endowed his Tocqueville Society gift to United Way of Central Indiana. Why?   “I’ve been blessed to be a part of United Way for so...

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Community Matters Most

By Kiko Suarez, Chief Community Impact Officer, United Way of Central Indiana   My new title is a mouthful: Chief Community Impact Officer. I had an interview this month with Telemundo, our local Spanish-speaking channel,...

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Diversity Leadership Circle Member Spotlight: Casey Cammack

Tell us about yourself. I am a recruiter at Lilly and grew up in Noblesville and Carmel. I went to school at Butler University and I love the Bulldogs! I’m excited about our new men’s...

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Women United Member Spotlight: Stacy Britt Hart

May 25th 7p-9p

Tell us about yourself (job, home town, any other fun facts) I have been working for JPMorgan Chase for 25 years now.  I grew up the northside of Indianapolis and attended Lawrence Central High School...

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School’s Out, but Indy LINC Encourages Summer Learning

United Way of Central Indiana is dedicated to fighting for the education, financial stability, health and basic needs of every person in our community. We take on the complex issues, so when the Julian Center expressed interest in teaming up to pack backpacks with critical summer items for the kids who take refuge there, we couldn’t wait to get involved!

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Governor Holcomb announces 15 additional counties selected for FSSA’s On My Way Pre-K program

Governor Eric J. Holcomb today announced 15 additional Indiana counties are now eligible to participate in On My Way Pre-K, making prekindergarten available in 2018 to 4-year-olds from low-income families in those counties. Earlier this year, the Indiana General Assembly expanded the program from five pilot counties to 20 counties in House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1004-2017.

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