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September 9, 2015

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For ambitious nonprofits, capital to grow

By David Bornstein, Fixes columnist, The New York Times

Imagine that you're an entrepreneur running a chain of coffee bars and you want to raise capital to open up in new locations. You meet a potential investor, and he says, "I'd love to finance your business, but only the chai latte operation, not the coffee, and only to support drinks you sell in Cleveland next year."

It might sound absurd, but this is the kind of thing that people running nonprofit organizations hear all the time. Whether they are providing housing or preschool or vocational training services, social organizations typically find their funding restricted to specific programs, locations and time frames. That doesn't make it easy to grow. Read more.


The doer and the payer: A simple approach to scale

By Kevin Starr and Laura Hattendorf, Mulago Foundation, Stanford Social Innovation Review

At the Mulago Foundation, we obsess on the notion of social impact that goes to scale. Since we're usually willing to pay for lunch, people often come to talk about "going to scale" and "scaling up our work." Most of the time, the word "growth" would better capture what they have in mind. Growth is a fine thing, but scale is what solves problems, and so scale is what we look for. When we talk about "going to scale," this is what we mean:

You've got a proven model at big scale -- the thing you do. Who's going to replicate -- do -- it, and who is going to fund that replication?

Read more.

Lack of money hampers expansion, study finds

By Nicole Wallace, senior writer, The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Nonprofit organizations that want to spread their programs are having a hard time raising the money to expand, according to a new report.

The report is based on a survey of 436 nonprofit leaders, 325 of whom said their organizations were in the process of expanding. Yet only 24 percent of those groups have started fundraising campaigns to finance their planned growth, and those that have are raising an average of only 17 percent of what they say they need to carry out their expansion plans.

Read more.

Sponsor's insight


Tips for overcoming growing pains

By Allie Petty-Stone, administrator, Alerding CPA Group

Like most nonprofits, you want to make the world a better place. With each positive result you gain, the more positive results you want to achieve.

However, as your achievements grow so will your organization. Are you prepared for this growth?

Growth is exciting, yet challenging, for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. During the last few years, Alerding CPA Group has experienced significant growth, most recently through a merger. We have learned a lot in the process and thought your organization would benefit from the insights we have attained.

Our growth has demanded that we recruit and cultivate a strong team of leaders and client advisors. Internally, we have strategized about what practices have kept us strong and vital and which should be halted. Our common goal is preserving and enhancing exceptional service to our clients, while keeping our staff engaged and challenged. Read more.

People on the move

Jesús Moya has been named manager of outreach services for the Indianapolis Public Library. He previously worked at the St. Joseph County Public Library in South Bend, where he held several positions, including branch manager, reference librarian and children's librarian. -- Inside Indiana Business







President and chief executive officer Dan Evans has announced plans to retire from Indiana University Health in May of 2016. Chief operating officer Dennis Murphy has been promoted to president, effective immediately, and will take over as CEO in May. -- Inside Indiana Business

Alek Boskovich has joined Indianapolis-based FirstPerson as an analyst. He most recently served as an underwriting manager at Blue Shield of California. -- Inside Indiana Business

IUPUI has named Alfreeda Goff interim director of athletics. She most recently served as senior associate commissioner of the Horizon League. She succeeds Michael Moore, who stepped down last month.

Tim Winders has been named vice chancellor of information for both Purdue University Calumet and Purdue University North Central. He currently serves as associate dean of information technology at South Plains College in Texas.

Little Star Center, a facility offering therapy and transition and programs for autistic children, has appointed Dr. Breanne Hartley clinical director. She has worked with children and young adults with developmental disabilities since 2002.

Janet Boyle has been named executive director of the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning at the University of Indianapolis.


Announcements

The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership is expanding its footprint. The organization investing nearly $400,000 to open a location near the University of Indianapolis, which it says will strengthen its presence on the city's Southside. To learn more, click here.

Big Car received a $200,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to create community-focused public spaces using art and will continue these activities on Monument Circle until Oct. 16. To learn more, click here.

Indy Do Day needs nonprofits' volunteer projects. Post your organization's project needs for Oct. 1 to 3. In 2014, over 18,000 volunteers were involved in community projects. For more information, visit, www.indydoday.org or contact the Rotary Club of Indianapolis Executive Director Kelly Tingle at 317-407-1262.

On Sept. 18, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana, Inc. (RHI) team members will partner with IU Health for a Day of Service. Construction, landscape and other business providers will provide in-kind and volunteer support to build a 1/4 mile walk/run track at IPS #109 Jonathan Jennings Elementary School on the city's far Westside. The track will provide students and members of the community an opportunity to stay active and fit.

LISC Indianapolis requests proposals to facilitate a Quality of Life planning process in neighborhoods adjacent to the Shelby Street Corridor on the Indianapolis Southside. Proposals are due Sept. 25 to Thomas Orr at torr@lisc.org. For full details, click here.

What Indianapolis can teach us about parks and trails philanthropy. Making a city greener, and more walker and bike friendly is usually a bigger job than funders alone can take on. Inside Philanthropy reports on how a smart use of a chunk of funds in Indianapolis created a lasting ripple effect. To learn more, click here.

Ronald McDonald House of Indiana is pleased to announce it has received a grant from the Pacers Foundation to sponsor two rooms at its Limestone Street location: one features Indiana Pacers décor and one features Indiana Fever décor. Both are designed to bring comfort for families while their children are staying at Riley Hospital Children at IU Health.


Professional development

Reach new donors through LinkedIn webinar on Sept. 10 at 2:00 p.m. LinkedIn is big data, offering fundraisers access to a trove of accurate information about prospective donors, such as skills and experience, professional networks, and areas of interest. To register, click here.

HR Nonprofit Peer Group: Technology in the HR office on Sept. 17 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at Playworks (708 E. Michigan St., entrance on Spring St.). Join a panel discussion on technology with HR professionals sharing their experience utilizing technology. Bring your technology questions and take advantage of this opportunity to learn from your peers. To register, click here.

The role of the board president on 23 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. at United Way of Central Indiana (3901 N. Meridian St.). If you are a board president or moving into a leadership position on a nonprofit board, this workshop can provide tools and techniques for understanding group dynamics, handling conflict and conducting effective meetings. This is a workshop for board members only. To register, click here. For more information, central@inrn.org

The tough calls: Making strategic program decisions on Sept. 29 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Ball State University (Alumni Center, Meeting Room 1, 2800 W. Bethel Ave., Muncie). In times of increased competition and declining resources, nonprofits must rely on very sound, objective and consistent information about program performance to make decisions about how best to allocate the available resources, even if it means collaborating with other providers. To register, click here.

The fundamentals of proposal writing on Oct. 13 from 6:00 p.m. at East 38th Street Public Library (5420 East 38th Street.) This session concentrates on the eight steps of proposal writing, how to use and interpret data in the need statement, how to write your program description and organizational history, evaluation and budgeting and putting on the finishing touches. To register, contact Falicia Brewer at fbrewer@fbaresource.com or 317-275-4350.

How to engage Millennial donors webinar on Oct. 15 at 2:00 p.m. While younger donors are more likely to volunteer, they also demand more transparency and detailed information before donating to a nonprofit. To register, click here.

CFO Nonprofit Peer Group: Balancing resources between mission and operations on Oct. 15 from 8:30 -10:00 a.m. at the INCPAS Professional Development and Conference Center (8250 Woodfield Crossing Blvd., Suite #100.). To register: click here

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

Art With a Heart (AWaH) needs additional volunteers for fall programming. Volunteers work directly in kindergarten classrooms (during the school day with teacher present) to integrate art with learning letters and numbers. Commitment is two hours per week in the same classroom. No art experience is needed. For more information please contact cgarciaharris@artwithaheart.us or fill out the online application.

Volunteers are needed for Conner Prairie's second annual Festival of Machines. The event celebrates Indiana's rich history in transportation. There will be activities for all ages, vintage vehicles on display and an opportunity to take a ride in a Dallara IndyCar Factory two-seater. Volunteers are needed on Sept. 12 and Sept.13 for both morning and afternoon shifts. For more information or to sign-up, contact Jody Thomas, 317-214-4704 or jthomas@connerprairie.org.

Approximately 150 adult volunteers of all skill levels are needed for CICOA's sixth annual Safe at Home Day, a high-impact, half-day of service for low-income homeowners, on Sept. 19 from 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch is provided at Little Bethel Missionary Baptist Community Center (3279 Winthrop Ave.). For more information, click here.

School on Wheels seeks new volunteers to recruit, train and place for the fall school semester. Volunteers will tutor youth living in Indianapolis' homeless shelters. To become a School on Wheels tutor, you must be at least 11 years old; and ages 11-13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Tutors are asked to commit to one hour each week for a 15-17 week semester. For more information, contact Samantha Breeling at 317-202-9100 or at samantha@indysow.org.


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National news

What, your development director quit again?
Here's a way to stop the endless turnover. It's no secret that finding and keeping great development staff is murderously hard, but what's the solution?

Ad-hoc BYOD policies leave employers vulnerable. Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies often start out on an ad-hoc basis, rather than being instituted in a planned way. Learn about challenges and vulnerabilities.

Yes, donors require 'customer service'
Great service is always expected by the finest hotels and restaurants, but by great nonprofits? Absolutely, according to Pamela Grow who recommends several ideas to foster great service.

Which fundraising event is right for your organization? This info-graphic is chocked full of facts and statistics about popular methods of fundraising and outlines what fundraising events are right for an organization.


Sponsors' insights

BKD The IRS has issued temporary regulations ending the automatic extension option available for the W-2 form series in an attempt to curb identity theft; additional proposed regulations will -- when finalized -- alter the extension options available for many other information-reporting forms. For more information, click here.

FTM, LLC Eight ways to communicate financial info. Many financial officers encounter difficulty in delivering financial information to people who are not in the financial know. One presenter at a nonprofit risk conference shared tips to simplify communication. For more information, click here.

 

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Legal/Administrative

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Human resources

Synergy: professional employer organization (PEO), Synergy assumes the risk and liability of employing employees, and administers payroll, benefits and human resources.

FirstPerson: professional advisory firm that creates meaningful work experiences through benefits, HR and wellness solutions.

HR Partnerships, Inc.: HR Management firm that is dedicated to redefining the way organizations manage talent, resulting in a healthier company culture and increased profitability.

Technology, software, services

FTM LLC: software advisor to improve organization's financial operations with system implementation, training and support.

Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.

Finance/accounting/bookkeeping

Alerding CPA Group: accounting firm with nonprofit experience provides audits, accounting, tax services, planning and board governance.

BKD: CPAs and advisors offering services in assurance, tax, risk management, technology and forensic to closely-held businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals.

FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

VonLehman CPA and Advisory Company:nonprofit focused CPA- and advisory-firm providing accounting, tax, business advisory and turnaround services.

 

Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.

Transition/retirement

Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.

Education/training

School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: Our programs are the first in the nation to focus on philanthropy's history, culture and values. Through traditional or online master's degree programs, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further graduate study or to enter the field as a nonprofit professional.

 

 


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This week's jobs

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Executive

CEO - Barbara B. Jordan YMCA Inc. The CEO of the Barbara B. Jordan YMCA Inc. is responsible for establishing and implementing the mission, vision, goals, and values...more

Administration

Executive Assistant to the President - Senior Home Companions. Reporting directly to the President, the Executive Assistant provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship. The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies...more

Secretary, Part-Time - St. John Vianney Catholic Church. St. John Vianney Catholic Church, is accepting resumes' for a part-time Secretary. Hours are Noon - 5:00pm M-F. The candidate should be a practicing Catholic, enjoy working with people, detail oriented and a skill set that...more

Receptionist - Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). Looking to work with people as intelligent, dedicated, and passionate about the transformative power of philanthropy as you are? Then welcome to Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). CICF is seeking an...more

Fund Development

Donor Communication Manager - Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis. The Donor Communication Manager is an integral member of the development team and will be a central point of contact for donors and partners. We are seeking a professional to utilize his/her skills to connect donors...more

Director of Legacy and Estate Planning - DePauw University. At DePauw, we are seeking energetic, creative people to join our dynamic team in developing new and exciting ways to support a culture of intellectual engagement combined with unique social experiences that prepare...more

Corporate Sponsorship Manager - Child Advocates, Inc. Child Advocates, Inc. is seeking a Corporate Sponsorship Manger with strong interpersonal skills to help recruit and retain current and new...more

Prospect Researcher and Stewardship Coordinator - Cathedral High School. The Prospect Researcher/Stewardship Coordinator will be an integral part of a 9-person team charged with the success of the largest capital campaign in the school's 100-year history. Identifying and qualifying the individuals...more

Stewardship Assistant - The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation is the not-for-profit fundraising arm of The Indianapolis Public Library. The Stewardship Assistant tracks the Foundation's investment in approximately 60 Library programs and...more

Grants Admin and Data Systems

Grants Manager - USA Funds. USA Funds is currently recruiting for a Grants Manager. This position in our National Engagement & Philanthropy Division will develop, manage/contribute to strategic, administrative, evaluation and operational...more

Outreach/Marketing/Communications

Director of Marketing and Communications - Chimney Safety Institute of America. The Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for the development and direction of communications, marketing and public relations initiatives of the Chimney Safety Institute of America, or CSIA...more

Education & Outreach Manager - Fairbanks Hospital. The Fairbanks Education & Outreach Manager will oversee external training for Fairbanks and develop and maintain relationships with the recovery community. The Education & Outreach Manager will establish and direct...more

Assistant Business Development Manager – Proposals and Research - Barnes & Thornburg LLP. Under the direct supervision of the Business Development Manager - Proposals & the Director of Business Development, and according to policies and procedures, the Assistant Business Development Manager - Proposals...more

Ministry/Clergy

Unique part-time minister opportunity - entry.point church. Small lay led multi-faith church in Carmel, IN seeks a pastor one Sunday a month to grow with us. Must love modern music, movies, creativity and blue jeans and dislike dogma, hymns, pews...more

Programs

Program Manager - Students with Disabilities Internship. The Program Manager for the Eskenazi Health Initiative for Empowerment and Economic Independence (the "Program") is responsible for managing the operations and business components of the Program and establishing...more

Case Manager - HealthNet/ Homeless Initiative Program. This position exists to be part of a comprehensive case management team. Case managers work under the guidance of a Masters-level Social Worker. The incumbent in this position will assist homeless persons to reach...more

Immigration Intake Specialist - Catholic Charities Indianapolis Inc. Catholic Charities Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Immigration Intake Specialist to assist the Immigration Legal Services program with centralizing in-office legal services. The Intake Specialist is primarily responsible...more

Clinical Manager: Team Zenith - Adult and Child. Adult and Child is currently seeking a clinical manager for its downtown Indianapolis, IN office location. This position will manage program operations and provide supervision and leadership to a team of staff that provide...more

Courage Center Program Director - Children's Bureau. Career Opportunity Where You Can Strategically Make a Difference. Do you have a heart for abused and neglected children, and a passion for helping strengthen families? Are you a goal-oriented leader who is known...more

Therapist - Children's Bureau. Career Opportunity Where You Can Make a True Difference. Do you enjoy working independently to achieve results that improve others' quality of life? Are you known for your ability to juggle priorities in a fast-paced environment...more

Program Director - Back on My Feet (BoMF). Based in Indianapolis, the Program Director (PD) will report to the Indianapolis Executive Director and the BoMF National Program Director. The Program Director's main responsibility is to ensure a sustainable, effective...more

Director of Youth Development - Christamore House. The Director of Youth Development at Christamore House will lead the out-of-school time youth programs to give youth in the Haughville area academic coaching, STEM activities, fun experiences, and post-secondary readiness...more

Assistant ECE Teacher (part-time) - Christamore House. As a part of our Early Childhood Education Program staff, the Assistant Teacher will help the children learn through play and hands-on experiences. Christamore House provides a foundation for learning both socially and...more

Finance/Accounting

Microloan Officer - Business Ownership Initiative (BOI). Applies the principles of lending within an assigned area of Business Ownership Initiative (BOI) a division of the Indy Chamber's Entrepreneur Services Division. The Microloan Officer directs the BOI micro lending activities...more

Operations & Finance Coordinator, Part-Time - Indiana Music Education Association. State-wide professional association seeks a detail oriented, customer service focused individual for operations & finance related...more

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Last week's jobs

Administration

Operations Manager/Executive Assistant (bilingual preferred) - Indianapolis Congregation Action Network. IndyCAN seeks a justice-focused, strategic, operational leader to accelerate IndyCAN's ability to revitalize democracy, and build racial and economic equity. Data saavy candidate will lead all internal operations with focus...more

grant writer

CDBG Grant Coordinator - Noblesville Housing Authority (NHA). The Noblesville Housing Authority (NHA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of CDBG Coordinator. The NHA, serving on behalf of Hamilton County, is the entity responsible for administering the Community...more

Grant Writer - Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). The primary role of the Grant Writer is to research, develop, write, and submit proposals, letters, reports and other materials as necessary to secure grant support from foundation and government funding sources. Prima...more

fund development

Development Director - Global Orphan Foundation. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Development Director will spearhead development efforts that align with continued and exponential growth of Global Orphan Foundation. The position...more

Foundation Director - Great Parks Foundation (Cincinnatti, OH). The Great Parks Foundation is accepting resumes for the position of Great Parks Foundation Director centered at Winton Woods. The selected candidate will act as the key management leader of Great Parks Foundation...more

Associate Director of Advancement – Alpha Chi Omega Foundation. The Associate Director of Advancement is primarily responsible for stewardship and volunteer management of the Alpha Chi...more

Director of Development, Teachers College - Ball State University Foundation. Professional position available immediately. Responsibilities: Identify, engage, and successfully solicit individuals for the purpose of securing major and annual gifts for Ball State University Foundation; plan, coordinate...more

Gift Officer, Riley Society - Riley Children's Foundation. Working as part of the fundraising team and reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Statewide Initiatives, the Riley Society Gift Officer plays a critical role in developing and executing strategies to build and expand individual...more

Director of Advancement Services - Phi Kappa Psi Foundation. The Phi Kappa Psi Foundation is a growing organization and is currently seeking a talented and motivated Director of Advancement. The Director is a full-time position responsible for several functions within the advancement...more

Development and Community Outreach Coordinator (part-time) - ACE Preparatory Academy Charter School. Are you committed to community-based education efforts in NE Indy? ACE Prep's Development and Community Outreach Coordinator will (a) build and maintain community partnerships that align with the mission...more

Corporate Development Manager – Humane Society of Indianapolis. The Humane Society of Indianapolis seeks an experienced corporate development manager to seek out and develop corporate partnerships in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. Partnerships will support events, shelter...more

Database Coordinator - Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is seeking a Database Coordinator to serve as a valuable team member within their comprehensive fundraising program. The successful candidate will focus on the gift processing...more

events

Special Events Manager – Humane Society of Indianapolis. The Humane Society of Indianapolis seeks an experienced special events manager to provide executive-level oversight to IndyHumane's two largest events - Mutt Strut and a donor breakfast - as well as up to three (3) other...more

Convention Specialist - Kiwanis International. The Convention Specialist will be responsible for logistics coordination of one or more of the Kiwanis family conventions including convention management functions such as bid review, site surveys, vendor coordination...more

volunteer management

Organizing Representative - Sierra Club. Sierra Club is looking for a passionate and creative person to build power in Southern Indiana/ Western, KY. For generations coal has been king, leaving a legacy of dirty air and water. Your job is to recruit and build everyday...more

Manager, Corporate Volunteerism - United Way of Central Indiana. Promote volunteerism, recruit volunteers and develop committed United Way supporters through the development of strategic partnerships. This will be accomplished by managing the coordination, training, and...more

volunteer management

Director of Communications - Planned Parenthood of IN & KY. Our mission is to serve persons in Indiana and Kentucky - without bias or judgement, without fear, without fail - by providing access to high-quality health care confidentially and compassionately; by reducing unintended...more

Director of Statewide Outreach - Partnerships for Early Learners. Our statewide early childhood campaign is seeking an exceptional leader to be the campaign-and organization-ambassador across the state. This individual will lead statewide outreach, as well as leadership, local...more

finance/accounting

Director of Finance Department - Indiana Black Expo Inc. Position incumbent is responsible for the development and implementation of finance and operational strategies across the organization including a comprehensive set of controls and budgets that mitigates risk and...more

programs

Case Manager - John P. Craine House. Craine House is a non-profit work-release facility for non-violent female offenders who are pregnant or have up to preschool age children. Our Case Managers provide resources and support for the mothers to facilitate rehabilitation...more

Enrollment & Matching Specialist (part-time) - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. The Enrollment & Matching Specialist is instrumental to Big Brothers Big Sisters mission of providing professionally supported 1-to-1 youth mentoring relationships that result in impact...more

College Prep Program Coordinator - Center for Leadership Development, Inc. The mission of the Center for Leadership Development (CLD) is to foster the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional, business and community leaders by providing experiences that encourage...more

TOTS teacher (part-time) - St. Paul's Episcopal Church. TOTS (Time Out to Socialize) parents' group is looking for three daycare workers for our little ones. This group meets twice monthly at St. Paul's Church near Kessler Blvd and North Meridian Street. Hours are...more

Graduation Counselor - Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis. Are you looking to make a difference? Do you want to help a kid succeed in school? Are you passionate about serving young people from distressed backgrounds? If so, consider this full-time AmeriCorps opportunity...more

Leadership Specialist - Sigma Theta Tau International. Our purpose is to support learning and professional development of nursing professionals through knowledge dissemination. We have 130,000 active nurse members residing in countries across the globe who...more

Social Worker - IU Health. IU Health is seeking an experienced Social Worker to join our exceptional Hospice team. IU Health is the largest and most comprehensive health system in Indiana, and IU Health Hospice is the preeminent hospice provider...more

Program Assistant (part-time) - Groundwork Indy. Groundwork Indy is committed to "changing places and changing lives" through on-the-ground projects that support communities in their renewal efforts. The mission of Groundwork Indy is to bring about the sustained...more

Community Organizer (Bilingual Spanish required) - Indianapolis Congregation Action Network. IndyCAN & Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis seeks experienced, energized, and self-motivated person to engage people of faith in prophetic ministry to promote racial and economically equitable communities...more

Male Street Outreach Worker for male clients - Outreach, Inc. The Male Street Outreach Worker (SOW) will initiate and develop positive relationships with male homeless youth in order to guide them towards the beginning stages of stability. This includes weekly visits to male shelters...more

IndyEast Promise Zone VISTA Members – John H. Boner Community Center. The John H. Boner Community Center is looking for five IndyEast Promise Zone VISTA members to work with committee chairs to achieve goals related to Housing, Education, Public Safety, Economic Development and...more

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