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April 28, 2015

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A guide to nonprofit overhead

By Jan Masaoka & Steve Zimmerman, Blue Avocado

Harvard's indirect cost rate is 68% while Iowa State's is 48%. Should the board members of either institution be concerned? As an alumnus of one or the other, should these numbers affect our donations? As a parent of a high school senior, do these numbers influence where we want our child to go? Should they?

Amid the crosstalk about nonprofit overhead, board members and staff do need to understand what the conversation is really about, and how to interpret "what is overhead" for our own organizations. Here are eight key ideas to know about overhead:

1. Apples, oranges, and alligators: One of the more surprising facts about overhead is that while it seems that everyone is talking about it, everyone is actually talking about the different things. The word "overhead" isn't an accounting term, so different people define it differently. Read more.

The nonprofit starvation cycle

By Ann Goggins Gregory and Don Howard, Stanford Social Innovation Review

Organizations that build robust infrastructure-which includes sturdy information technology systems, financial systems, skills training, fundraising processes, and other essential overhead-are more likely to succeed than those that do not. This is not news, and nonprofits are no exception to the rule.

Yet it is also not news that most nonprofits do not spend enough money on overhead. In our consulting work at the Bridgespan Group, we frequently find that our clients agree with the idea of improving infrastructure and augmenting their management capacity, yet they are loath to actually make these changes because they do not want to increase their overhead spending. But underfunding overhead can have disastrous effects, finds the Nonprofit Overhead Cost Study, a five-year research project conducted by the Urban Institute's National Center for Charitable Statistics and the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Read more.

The Overhead Myth

By Art Taylor, president, BBB Wise Giving Alliance, Jacob Harold, president/CEO, GuideStar USA,
Ken Berger, president/CEO, Charity Navigator

To the Nonprofits of America:

We write to ask for your help to end the Overhead Myth -- the false conception that financial ratios are a proxy for overall nonprofit performance. Last year we wrote a letter to the donors of America asking them to consider the results (especially outcomes and impact) created by nonprofits, and to not judge you solely on percent of charity expenses that go to administrative and fundraising costs. While overhead can help us identify cases of fraud or gross mismanagement and serve as a part of an organization's dashboard of financial management metrics, it tells us nothing about the results of your work (i.e., how you meet your mission). ... To that end, we ask three things of nonprofits. Read more.

Sponsor's insight

More cost effective and efficient
nonprofit accounting operations

By Jim Simpson, CPA and director, Financial Technologies & Management

Since 1999, we have helped over 350 nonprofit organizations throughout the Midwest improve their accounting operations and become more cost effective and efficient. Based on experience, here are some experience-based insights that can help boost your nonprofit accounting operations.

Let's start by dispelling the myth that a nonprofit has a complete and comprehensively-skilled accounting staff. There are simply too many required skills that a nonprofit accounting staff needs to have or develop for all these functions to be internally performed.

Additionally, the internal accounting staff typically has minimal accounting time available because typically they perform many other back-office functions, including information technology, human resources, facilities management, and office, program and fundraising administration. Many nonprofit organizations don't explore or under utilize an outside specialist because of the perceived costs of this resource. Read more.

People on the move

Janus Developmental Services, Inc. announced the selection of Christina Sorensen as president and CEO of the Hamilton County-based agency serving individuals with disabilities. She served as interim president and CEO since November.

EmployIndy is restructuring its leadership team. Marion County's work force investment board says the moves include Nicole Thompson transitioning to chief operating officer; hiring Steven Wakolbinger as chief financial officer; Leigh Anne Downes, vice president of business partnerships; and William Miller, director of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. ? Inside Indiana Business

BKD LLP has promoted Nathan Fox, Matt Gadus and TJ Tursi to managers at its Indianapolis office. ? Inside Indiana Business


The Arts Council of Indianapolis announced its ninth round of Creative Renewal Arts for 2015-2016. Fellows were awarded a $10,000 grant that they may use toward activities they believe will refresh their creativity and recharge their work. For full list of recipients, click here.

Molly Hansen, Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center's part-time social services assistant, received the Lynn Youngblood Award in recognition of outstanding commitment and service to the community from U-Indy's Phylis Lan Lin School Department in Social Work.

Westminster Neighborhood Services, Inc. announced it is now approved to host the federal Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). Children already registered to attend Westminster's preschool or afterschool are eligible for the benefit if they are members of households that receive TANF or food stamp benefits, are Head Start participants or are foster children. To learn more or register children, click here or call 317-632-9785.

ELANCO, The Kroger Co.'s Central Division, Rose Acre Farms, Gleaners Food Bank and Midwest Food Bank have joined forces to form a unique new pilot program, called HATCH, to bring together consumers, food stores and farmers to provide eggs to undernourished people of all ages. Read more.

Students at Lawrence's Brook Park Elementary School planted an American Heart Association Teaching Garden, the 10th teaching garden planted in the Indianapolis area in the past four years, and the second sponsored by Roche Diagnostics.

Professional development

Innovation, financial systems and the common good on May 5 from 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Christian Theological Seminary (1000 W 42nd St.). The Petticrew Faith-in-Action Program will explore innovation in finance and its connection to the common good, using real-life examples of how innovation, finance and the common good intersect. For more information and to register, click here.

Pivotal points: The board's role in leadership transitions webinar by BoardSource on May 8 from 1-2:00 p.m. Free. For more information and to register, click here.

HR outsourcing: How it can work for you on May 21 from 8:30 -10:00 a.m. at Ball State Indianapolis Center (50 S. Meridian Street, 2nd floor) for the HR Nonprofit Peer Group meeting. Join Jeremy York, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, lead consultant and president of InvigorateHR and human resources field representative for Synergy PEO, as he guides a discussion of strategies to maximize the impact of the HR function in an organization. Whether yours is a large HR staff, or just you, it is critical to develop a team of resources and vendors that you can count on. To register, click here.

Leadership United 2015-2016 begins Sept. 1 through June 1, 2016 at United Way of Central Indiana (3901 N, Meridian St.). Leadership United utilizes a combination of classes and practical experiences to help participants develop board leadership skills, knowledge of the community and acquire the skills necessary to be successful board members and community leaders. Cost: $1,500. To register, click here.

Opportunity Indianapolis on August 27-28. Participants hop on a bus for a two-day field trip around town to meet with community leaders and learn about opportunities for getting more involved in addressing civic issues. Perfect for colleagues and friends who are new to the city or new to their jobs. $600/person. To register, click here.

LEAD, skills development program, on Fridays from September 18 - October 16. Participants learn how to build trust, motivate team members, and manage conflict while also building their own confidence to lead. $1,000. To register, click here.

3rd annual symposium for Women in Nonprofit Leadership on October 2. Join nearly 200 nonprofit leaders from across Indiana to focus on personal development, leadership and management, fundraising and communication and professionalism. For more information and to register, click here.

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Volunteer opportunities

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Broad Ripple Art Fair needs individuals or groups to volunteer May 15 to May 17. Shifts are typically three hours. Each volunteer gets free admission both days to the art fair, and a Broad Ripple Art Fair T-shirt. Individuals can sign up to volunteer here. If you have a group who would like to volunteer together, please contact Pam Rosenberg at prosenberg@indplsartcenter.org.

Indianapolis Opera and Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra are recruiting volunteers for the inaugural Crescendo @ White River State Park concert on May 22. Volunteers will welcome patrons, sell tickets to chance to conduct orchestra, etc. It is a three-hour commitment. For more information, click here.

The Simon Youth Foundation need volunteers for the Color Run on June 5 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at a TBD location for packet picket-up. On June 6, at White River State Park from 7:00 a.m. through noon. Job responsibilities on Saturday will include race-day registrations and packet pick-up, water stops, color packet distribution, refreshments, course marshals, help at the finish line, merchandise sales, etc. Contact Sarah Woodmansee at swoodmansee@simon.com.

Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America?Indiana Chapter is looking for individuals/groups to fill various roles at the upcoming Take Steps fundraising walk on June 13 at Butler University. Event is from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m., with varied shifts between 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. For more information, contact Amy at aprzybylinski@ccfa.org or 317-259-8071.


National news

Postal rate hikes pushed to May 31. The United States Postal Service (USPS) on Thursday filed its response to the Postal Regulatory Commission's (PRC) order from last month, amending some rates and correcting parts of the filing, with a new increase slated to begin May 31. The USPS originally planned a postage increase for April 26.

U.S. underperforming on social progress.The United States ranks 16th in the world on social progress, with two of the most underperforming areas being "personal safety and "health and wellness."

11 practices of successful leaders.Leadership involves talents, true, but leading effectively also means doing it right -- on a regular basis. In his book, "Seven Disciplines of a Leader," Jeff Wolf wrote that highly effective leaders know and utilize 11 practices, which he says will both sharpen leadership skills and lead to better operation.

Sponsors' insights

IU School of Philanthropy. Understanding of the key role faith plays in charitable giving to congregations and other nonprofits will be significantly advanced by a first-of-its-kind gathering of top scholars and expanded research funding from Lake Institute on Faith & Giving. The Institute also announces the latest recipient of its $22,000 doctoral dissertation award, a Yale student studying international humanitarian organizations. Read more.



Our sponsor marketplace serves to further connect our readers with our advertisers who are focused on serving nonprofits. Please keep in mind that you should always check references before hiring a consultant or vendor. Contact Bryan at Bryan@charitableadvisors.com or 317-752-7153 to learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor of the Not-for-Profit News.


Charitable Allies: nonprofit that provides affordable, experienced nonprofit legal services.

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.

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.


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.

Professional Development

Accent On Business: Develops public speaking and presentation skills, executive presence, and message delivery skills for nonprofit leaders and their teams.


Banking/asset management

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


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.


UIndy/MPH: Master's of Public Health is the newest graduate degree program at UIndy that prepares professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches.

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: The nation's first school of philanthropy is dedicated to improving philanthropy to improve the world by training and empowering students and professionals to be innovators and leaders who create positive and lasting change.

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Master of Jurisprudence graduate degree program prepares professionals with the legal knowledge to enhance, and potentially advance their careers.

UIndy/MAAS: Master's of Arts in Applied Sociology is a graduate degree program that prepares students for today's ever-changing world. Emphasis is on the practical application of social science research to solve contemporary social problems and develop skills for a variety of careers. Provides a strong foundation for Ph.D. programs.


Real estate

Get that extra office space leased or that extra building sold by using the new NFP News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more, contact Bryan at Bryan@CharitableAdvisors.com

IUPUI campus office space

Available office space is located on the IUPUI campus, just off Indiana Avenue and West Street. A full-service commercial office building with approximately 9,400 rentable square feet located on the third floor. The space is two individual suites (one approximately 1,900 rentable square feet and the second 7,400 rentable square feet). Close to Indianapolis downtown retail and dining. Parking available near the offices. The space becomes available for tenant occupancy by late July. For more detailed information, please contact Thomas M. Popcheff, CAE at tomp@stti.org or 317-634-8171.



Featured internship positions

Don't miss the window to recruit interns for spring and summer positions: This February and March, the Indianapolis Not-for-profit News is offering nonprofits an easy way connect with students, recent graduates and career changers to fill upcoming internship positions. For a special rate of $77, beginning Jan. 28, you can post your position for 30 days in this special-intern jobs section of the newsletter and on the jobs board. The special rate also applies to AmeriCorps positions posted in February and March. Submit your intern postings to ads@notforprofitnews.com.

Intern, Advancement, Summer 2015 - Sycamore School. Assist the Advancement and Alumni Coordinator with many aspects of outreach and fundraising for the summer. An ideal candidate is friendly, and a "people person." Candidates should also be comfortable making...more

Intern, Video & Digital Content - Sycamore School. August 2015 through May 2016. Part Time: 12 hours per week. Join the Marketing and Advancement team at Sycamore School as our Video and Digital Content Intern. Sycamore School exists so that academically gifted...more

Intern, Recreational Therapy - New Hope of Indiana. New Hope of Indiana is seeking a summer Recreational Therapy Intern to continue the development of our successful, rapidly growing Recreational Therapy program. New Hope of Indiana serves physically and developmentally...more

This week's jobs

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Fund Development/Grant Writing

Vice President For Strategic Engagement and Communications - Ball State University Foundation. The 60-year old, $230 million, 65-employee Ball State University Foundation is entering a new era-one with no barriers between advancement, alumni relations and stewardship. On the eve of our university's centennial...more

Director of Development - Family Service Society, Inc. Family Service Society, Inc. (FSSI), is seeking a full-time Director of Development and Fundraising. The Agency focuses on family wellness through our clinical services, home based visitation programs, domestic violence...more

Grant Writer - White's Residential and Family Services. Must have excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills along with the ability to utilize those skills to create successful proposals. The Grant Writer is responsible for conducting the full range of activities required...more

Senior Vice President for Development - Ball State University Foundation. The 60-year-old, $230 million, 65-employee Ball State University Foundation is entering a new era - one with no barriers between advancement, alumni relations and stewardship. On the eve of our university's centennial...more

Major Gift Officer - Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, Inc. (RMHI). The Major Gift Officer [MGO] will identify, qualify, engage, cultivate, solicit and steward current and prospective individual and corporate donors capable of gifts in excess of $5000. In doing so, the MGO will collaborate...more


Retail Sales Associate, Part-time - Eiteljorg Museum. The Museum Store at the Eiteljorg Museum is accepting resumes for the position of Temporary Part-time Retail Sales Associate for our kiosk during our Gold Exhibit, which ends 8/09/15. This position could transition...more


Director of Marketing and Communications - School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI. The School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Marketing and Communications. The position will direct and conduct marketing...more

Digital Coordinator-USA - Building Tomorrow, Inc. (BT). Building Tomorrow, Inc. (BT), an international social-profit organization uniting communities and individuals in support of access to quality education in East Africa invites interested individuals to apply for our Indianapolis...more

Manager of Marketing and Communications - White's Residential and Family Services. The Manager of Marketing and Communications leads marketing and communication development management with internal and external communications, marketing, meeting planning, and media relations. Collaborates...more

Marketing Manager - Minnetrista. The Marketing Manager is responsible for developing integrated approaches to marketing that leverage a wide range of traditional, online and emerging techniques aimed at promoting Minnetrista. The Marketing Manager...more


Afterschool Youth Coordinator - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. Afterschool Youth Coordinator for IPS middle school/high school students (FT/PT opportunity) - Strong 21st Century Learning Center afterschool program looking for great youth leader and afterschool provider...more

Director for Healthy Families Program - Family Service Society, Inc. Family Service Society, Inc. (FSSI), is seeking a full-time Director of Healthy Families Program,. The Agency focuses on family wellness through our clinical services, home based visitation programs, domestic violence intervention...more

Director of Health and Wellness - Indianapolis Urban League. The Director plans, directs, and coordinates activities of the designated department to ensure that goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames and funding...more

Volunteer Services Manager - Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. The Volunteer Services Manager will write and oversee e-learning for volunteers, increase and maintain relationships with assigned facilitators, support the screening process of new volunteers, coordinate outdoor learning...more

Director of Education - Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis. Do you have a passion for mental well-being? Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis seeks a Director of Education to plan, present, and evaluate the effectiveness of public education programs about mental...more

Skills Development Specialist: Adult Services - Adult and Child Center. Since the 1990's, Adult and Child Center's services to adults has focused on delivering evidence based practices to those who experience serious mental illness. Our community based mental health programs are delivered...more

Care Coordinator: Adult Care Coordination - Adult and Child Center. The Adult Care Coordinator position serves as a liaison between internal staff, government supports, and community organizations to help people get stabilized so they can work with our care teams on their long-term goals...more

Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor (LCAC): Adult Service Line - Adult and Child Center. Since the 1990's, Adult and Child Center's services to adults has focused on delivering evidence based practices to those who experience serious mental illness. Our community based mental health programs are delivered...more

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW): Adult Service Line - Adult and Child Center. Since the 1990's, Adult and Child Center's services to adults has focused on delivering evidence based practices to those who experience serious mental illness. Our community based mental health programs are delivered...more

Near West Great Places 2020 Convener - Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, in collaboration with the Westside Community Development Corporation (WCDC) and the Near West Collaborative, seeks a qualified applicant to serve as the...more

International Program Coordinator - Latin America, MLJ Adoptions. MLJ Adoptions, a Hague-approved international adoption agency, located in Indianapolis, IN is seeking an International Program Coordinator - Latin America. The successful candidate shall have a Bachelor's Degree in Social...more


Accounting Manager - Downtown Indy. The Accounting Manager is an exempt position, reporting to the Vice President of Finance and Operations. Downtown Indy exists to continually improve Downtown Indianapolis and is the only non-profit organization charged...more

Director of Finance - Covering Kids and Families of Indiana. This individual is responsible for the agency's financial management, accounting and assists with resource development activities. The Director of Finance will work with all local coalitions to develop and manage their annual...more

Financial Controller (part-time) - Cancer Support Community Central Indiana. Cancer Support Community is currently seeking an experienced Financial Controller to undertake all aspects of financial management, including corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting, budget and forecasts...more

Assistant Director of Accounting - National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). We are a member-led, higher education association that appreciates the impact a college degree can have in transforming a life. NCAA employees come to work every day believing in their ability to make a difference. We support...more

Accountant - Drum Corps International, Inc. Seeking a qualified Accountant to join the dynamic staff that supports Drum Corps International (DCI), the world leader in producing events for the world's most elite and exclusive marching ensembles for student musicians...more

Accountant/Controller, part-time - Peace Learning Center. Peace Learning Center has a flexible part time Accountant/Controller position available. You must have experience in non-profit accounting and using QuickBooks or similar software. You will...more

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Last week's jobs


Executive Director - Theta Xi Fraternity. The Theta Xi Fraternity Executive Director works in partnership with Board of Directors - known as the Grand Lodge - and a small staff to provide leadership, vision, and direction for the organization and execute organizational...more


Office Administrator - Christamore House. Christamore House is seeking an experienced, customer-focused individual to serve as the first point of contact for all who call and enter the organization. This person will ensure a smooth operation of the office by exhibiting...more

Association Management

Association Manager - Mattison Corporation. The association manager provides complete administrative support for the organization, as empowered by the Executive Director. This individual is the first point of contact for members, organizes all support services...more

Fund Development

Fundraising/Family Events Coordinator (part-time) - Down Syndrome Indiana, Inc. Down Syndrome Indiana is the leading privately funded organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with Down syndrome. This PART-TIME (20-25 hours) position assists the Executive Director with coordinating...more

Donor/Prospect Research Manager - National FFA Foundation. Primary responsibility is to collaborate with all relevant Foundation teams to develop and implement a strategy for identifying and researching current and potential donors for the National FFA Foundation. Obtains...more

Database Coordinator - Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, Inc. The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana (RMHI) is seeking an experienced database professional to coordinate all aspects of our comprehensive database system supporting both fund development and program...more

Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager - Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. Keep Indianapolis Beautiful seeks a fund raising professional with successful grant and proposal writing experience, as well as a corporate relations background, to develop and nurture key relationships with foundations...more

Director, Development Operations - Riley Children's Foundation. Working as part of the Finance team and reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director, Development Operations oversees all systems and business processes related to Development Operations and plays a critical...more

Annual Giving and Sponsorship Coordinator - The Orchard School. The Orchard School has an exciting opportunity for an experienced development professional to fill the role of Annual Giving and Sponsorship Coordinator. Founded in 1922, The Orchard School is an independent, non-sectarian...more

The Mounds Greenway Campaign Director - Hoosier Environmental Council. The Mounds Greenway Campaign Director will be responsible for overseeing an effort to build the scientific and economic case for preserving a rich ecological area of the White River while engaging civic and business leaders...more

Director of Advancement - Evansville Day School. The Director of Advancement is responsible for leading the School's fundraising program (including planning, management, and implementatio.n) as adopted by the Board of Trustees. With the goal to attract the maximum...more


SNAP Outreach Specialist - Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Inc. The SNAP Outreach Specialist will provide support to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Primary focus will be outreach to Marion County with secondary focus on other communities in the remaining...more

Public Relations and Communications Specialist - Indiana Black Expo, Inc. Indiana Black Expo, Inc. was founded in 1970. Today, an eighteen person staff lead by Tanya Bell, President and CEO serves to be an effective voice and vehicle for the social and economic advancement of Americans of...more

Manager, Event Rentals - The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is looking for an extraordinary professional who has a proven passion, talent, and track record for events management to direct and produce rental events at the world's largest...more

Marketing and Design Coordinator (part-time) - Global Gifts. Global Gifts is seeking a marketing and design coordinator. Design and promotional work will be in areas including, social media, website design, customer emails, print advertising and in-store signage. This position...more


Worship Leader (part-time) - Covenant Community Church. Covenant Community Church is seeking an experienced Part-Time Worship Leader who will be responsible for building, enhancing and developing the adult, teens, and youth praise and worship choirs while ministering...more


Correctional Family Officer (part-time) - John P. Craine House. Great part time entry level position in a residential facility for non-violent women and their pre-school age children. Unique criminal justice organization. Bachelors or Associates degree...more

Therapist - Region 11 (part-time) - Children's Bureau Noblesville. The Children's Bureau Noblesville office is seeking an individual to add to our team to provide therapy services to families in the office and the local schools. Referral sources include self-referrals, school personnel...more

Coordinator of Client Services (part-time) - Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County. Position is responsible for all day-to-day operations of the client aspect of Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County (MOWHC) program. This individual works directly with clients to ensure they are properly enrolled in the meal...more

Youth Advocate - Prevail, Inc. Prevail, Inc. provides crisis intervention and restorative support services for adult, adolescent and child survivors of crime and abuse to residents of Hamilton and surrounding counties. Prevail is seeking a full-time...more


Staff Accountant - Indianapolis Art Center. Are you looking for a small, supportive environment where you can do your best work every day? Are you tired of the cold bureaucracy of the corporate world? The Indianapolis Art Center is looking for someone who is organized...more


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