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August, 2019

Horizon House offers more than a roof

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors{see also: City has high hopes for housing-first strategy} When it comes to fighting homelessness in Indianapolis, there’s a new mindset in town. And since early 2018, Lillian Herbers-Kelly and Horizon House have been on the front lines. This intensive approach at Horizon House, for which there was no blueprint, involves a team assembled by Herbers-Kelly from the […]

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City has high hopes for housing-first strategy

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors  {see also: Horizon House offers more than a roof} Around the country, homelessness continues to be a chronic, complicated problem. Despite their best intentions, cities and agencies have struggled to find solutions to an issue for which there are no easy answers. Rodney Stockment is well aware of the difficulty. Since 1981, Stockment has immersed […]

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Two philanthropy alumni shed light on relationship building in their arena

By Abby Rolland, communications project manager, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Foundation giving represented about 18 percent of the estimated $427 billion Americans gave to charitable organizations in 2018, according to the Giving USA 2019 report recently released by Giving USA Foundation and the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. That is the largest […]

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Getting your retirement account compliant: A burden and a blessing

By Kevin Kidwell, vice president national tax-exempt sales, OneAmerica® If your organization offers a 403 (b) retirement plan, then you may have already received — or should be receiving — a notice from your plan provider regarding a new Internal Revenue Service (IRS) document requirement. For the first time, the IRS has pre-approved prototype plan […]

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What’s covered in the Undoing Racism workshop

The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond was founded in 1980 by longtime community organizers Ronald Chisom of New Orleans, and Dr. Jim Dunn of Yellow Springs, Ohio. It is located in New Orleans. Undoing Racism® is its signature workshop and is designed to understand the foundation of race and racism and the barriers they create. […]

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Workshop offers fresh look at issues of race

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors A decade ago, Marilyn A. Moores, then a presiding judge of the Marion County Juvenile Court, was concerned about the disproportionate number of children of color coming before her. She wasn’t the only one. Cindy Booth, the chief executive officer of Child Advocates, felt the same way. She recognized […]

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