INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — Glick Philanthropies has announced over $800,000 in grants to support dozens of organizations in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The nonprofit set aside $821,600 for 107 organizations that are responding to meet basic needs of community members.
Glick Philanthropies granted funding to organizations offering affordable housing and arts initiatives, among many others. Of the organizations receiving grants, 62 of them are in Indiana, including CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions in Indianapolis, Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana in Fort Wayne and Hope Southern Indiana in New Albany.
A full list of the grantees can be found here.