An email from CEO David Horth to staff and volunteers said employees with decades of combined experience had been terminated, including the chief operating officer and director of animal behavior for the not-for-profit.
Lilly Endowment’s millions giving groups long-term footing
The Lilly Endowment awarded millions of dollars over the last three years to help several central Indiana human service agencies start endowments of their own.Read More
Catherine O’Connor, CEO of the Julian Center since March 2014, plans to retire at the end of the year, the domestic-violence shelter and services provider announced Thursday.
The wealthy in the Indianapolis area arenâ??t carrying their weight in supporting United Way of Central Indiana,
according to an analysis by the not-for-profitÂ Â Â comparing places including Cincinnati, Milwaukee and Columbus,
The Indianapolis chapter has 22 â??principalâ?? donors, defined as…
Thereâ??s nothing like a little time away from a job to refine oneâ??s perspective. Which makes John Myrlandâ??s
distance from the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce all the more interesting.
Myrland, 58,Â resigned as president of the chamber at the end of 2005…
Churches, which tend to ride out recessions better than many other institutions, are struggling to finish
building projects, reporter Kathleen McLaughlin writes in this weekendâ??s IBJ.
The recession and stock market downturn have forced parishioners to scale back commitments,…
As the economy slows and money gets scarce, banks arenâ??t the only organizations that should consider merging.
Thatâ??s how United Way of Central Indiana CEO Ellen Annala sees the landscape.
The Indianapolis area has a whopping 16,000 not-for-profits, she says, one for…
As fans of the late Milton Friedman gather at the Conrad Hotel tomorrow night to celebrate the libertarian
economist, theyÃ¢??ll have plenty to crow about.
Ironically, though, FriedmanÃ¢??s ideas about turning education over to market forces have failed to gain much…