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The IU Health Foundation announced the funding of 13 projects in Indianapolis suburbs totaling $126,000. The grants were made with $80,000 from the Foundation’s new regional grants program and $46,000 from donors who have given to Area of Greatest Need funds.
“Regional grants empower IU Health team members to improve the health of individuals, communities and our state,” said Crystal Hinson Miller, IU Health Foundation president and IU Health chief philanthropy officer. “This regional grants program is a new opportunity for our Indianapolis Suburban Region to leverage the power of philanthropy, and honors donors’ intentions by ensuring that dollars contributed locally fund local needs.”
The awarded grants are:
For information about how philanthropy supports suburban Indianapolis communities, contact Heather Perdue at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit iuhealthfoundation.org.