$2.5M Available To Indy Groups For Crime Prevention

By Emily Cox:

July 9, 2019


Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced more than $2.5 million is available for community crime prevention grants. The Central Indiana Community Foundation is now accepting applications.

Starting this cycle, the grant program will offer money specifically for capacity building — a potential funding source for neighborhood-level organizations that have few resources. Also, new this year, organizations will be required to submit reports detailing how the funds are used.


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