New Indianapolis Grant: Community Crime Prevention

CICFDoes your organization run a crime prevention program? The Indianapolis Foundation will be accepting applications from July 1 – July 31, 2013 from organizations that have experience in local crime prevention and/or crime reduction efforts. The Indianapolis Foundation (a Central Indiana Community Foundation affiliate) manages the grant program for the City of Indianapolis. Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) public charitable organizations or a public entity partnering with a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as a fiscal agent. Additional details about the 2013 Community Crime Prevention Grant Program will be published on July 1st. A competitive applicant will be required to demonstrate its ability to: (1) serve Marion County residents, (2) provide quality program and services and (3) measure the Impact of program services.

Since 2007, the program has provided nearly $12 million in grants to local education, health, youth development, workforce development and ex-offender re-entry organizations focused on reducing and preventing crime. More information is available here. To find out how Transform Consulting Group can help your organization with this and other funding opportunities, click here.

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