A bankruptcy judge on Thursday approved a proposal by the Boy Scouts of America to enter into an agreement that includes a fund to compensate tens of thousands of men who say they were sexually abused as youngsters by Scout leaders and others.
Hoosier families on average face limited access to child care — with most residents having a tough time finding quality care that meets their family’s needs, according to Early Learning Indiana.
Steven Stolen, who has built a lengthy resume in arts, education and not-for-profit fundraising in Indianapolis, has been named director of external relations for Child Advocates, the not-for-profit announced Monday.
Linda Broadfoot’s hiring coincides with the retirement of Jennifer Vigran, who is leaving Second Helpings in October after serving the hunger-relief organization in various roles for 20 years.
Tauhric Brown, 50, became Lawrence-based CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions’ first Black CEO in January 2020. He’s brokering research partnerships with Stanford University, Eskenazi Health and other organizations to create new efficiencies.
The Center for Leadership Development’s campaign aims to raise funding for a series of new satellite locations and a 20,000-square-foot building expansion to support a planned 63% increase in program capacity.
The group said Jonathan Weinzapfel would serve as interim president and chief executive officer through the end of 2021.
Wheeler Mission is set to open an expanded center for homeless women and children that will nearly double the space for services, add 160 short- and long-term beds, and enhance programming.
The streaming service, called Hoodox, launched June 17. It’s run by an Indianapolis not-for-profit organization whose goal is to provide a platform for Indiana filmmakers to share their work.
Since IndyRent launched last July, it has provided $96.1 million in emergency rental assistance to help thousands of residents stay housed in the midst of the pandemic’s economic fallout.
Darrianne Christian in May became the first Black woman to chair the Newfields board of trustees, just months after the art museum and gardens faced an uproar over its handling of race and inclusion issues.
Chris Handberg, executive director of Indy Pride Inc. for the past four years, cited “developments in his professional career” for the decision, Indy Pride said.
As the pandemic wore into the spring selling season, many troops nixed their traditional cookie booths for safety reasons.
Indianapolis-based OnBoard said it will expand its Indianapolis headquarters to accommodate staff growth as employees return to office-based work.
Jennifer Pace Robinson has worked her way up at The Children’s Museum over three decades, filling a variety of roles dealing directly with museum visitors and with the behind-the-scenes work that makes the museum tick.
Like most everyone, the organization last year made budget cuts to cope with the pandemic. But its expenses also dropped dramatically because it canceled the 500 Festival Parade and shifted to a virtual platform for other events.
The local community development not-for-profit also plans to tap into the national group’s technical and training resources.
The two highest-paid executives departed the powerful education not-for-profit in recent months, an indication the Indianapolis-based organization is rethinking aspects of its strategy.