Records for Dec. 5-11, 2016

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Corporate Philanthropy
The Indiana office of AXA Advisors LLC volunteered its services at the Indianapolis Public School’s Center for Inquiry, School 70, to set up the school’s science lab for all grades.

Market District and GetGo, 11505 N. Illinois St., Carmel, are providing Gleaners with a donation to cover all costs associated with fueling its delivery vehicles this holiday season. In addition to donating a $2,500 GetGo gift card to use on fuel, Market District will make a 10-cent donation to Gleaners for every in-store customer transaction made using a Market District or GetGo Advantage Card (used to earn and redeem fuelperks+ rewards) throughout December up to $10,000. To sign up for the Advantage Card or download the app, visit

Assistance League of Indianapolis has received $2,500 from Sertoma Club of Broad Ripple to purchase new books for students who participate in Operation School Bell and $5,000 from The Glick Fund to support Operation School Bell.

In Recognition
Shannon Anderson has been awarded the Mal Atherton Award for Climate Advocacy by the Hoosier Environmental Council.

Retiring Indiana Senator Patricia Miller was honored as the 2016 INARF Lifetime Achievement award winner by the statewide association of providers of services to people with disabilities.

John M. Craddock has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement award by the Hoosier Environmental Council.

SolSmart, a program funded by the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative, is awarding a silver designation award to the City of Indianapolis for its significant action to promote a robust local solar market.

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