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August 04, 2015

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Can community-centered re-entry reduce recidivism?

Christopher Moraff, reporting fellow, Next City

During his speech this month at the annual gathering of the NAACP in Philadelphia, President Barack Obama exposed one of the fundamental challenges to reforming our broken criminal justice system when he observed that justice is "not only the absence of oppression, it is the presence of opportunity."

The message here is simple: While the process of reversing the tide of mass incarceration may start at the prison gates, it succeeds or fails in America's cities and towns - where roughly 700,000 returning inmates each year confront a complex array of barriers that impede their return to society.

The Washington, D.C.-based Urban Institute has spent more than a decade documenting ways of addressing these challenges, and in 2008, it put those lessons to the test with an five-year pilot program known as the Safer Return Demonstration, which focused on inmates returning to a small area of West Chicago. Read more.

Timothy Smith, 45, now manages a neighborhood cleanup crew and aspires to work as a commercial truck driver. Photo credit: Safer Foundation.


Can holistic prisoner reentry work

By Matthew Johnson, multimedia manager, Urban Institute

In the dark of night, on the west side of Chicago, a group of young men jumped onto a moving Union Pacific cargo train, pried a door open, and attempted to steal what was inside. But this was not their night. They were detected, police rushed to the scene, and the young men were arrested.

Thus began a long cycle of incarceration, release, and re-offense for then 18-year-old Timothy Smith. Not far from Smith's childhood home sits Garfield Park, a neighborhood on the west side of Chicago plagued by concentrated poverty, high unemployment, substance abuse, and crime.

Indeed, nearly a third of Garfield Park's residents have been to prison at one point or another, and some have been more than once. The reason is simple: coming home after serving time in prison is hard.


This story is based on prisoner reentry research by the Urban Institute's Justice Policy Center and exclusive interviews with program participants, administrators, case managers, and mentors from the Safer Return demonstration project.

Cutting prison and recidivism costs

By Christopher Ingraham, reporter, The Washington Post

You probably already know the jaw-dropping stats about American prisons: that the U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in the world. That we're home to 5 percent of the world's population, but 25 percent of its prisoners. That more than one in every 10 American men has a felony conviction. That more than 60 percent of people released from prison are back again within three years.

Prison is horrible for the prisoner and expensive for the state," write Mark A.R. Kleiman, Angela Hawken and Ross Halperin over at Vox. It doesn't have to be. Kleiman, Hawken and Halperin study criminal justice policy, and they've recently proposed an innovative solution to help cut America's incarcerated population, and ensure that those who are released don't come back. It's called "graduated re-entry." The idea is to let convicts out of prison early -- real early. Three-years-into-a-ten-year-sentence-early.

But here's the catch. Parolees wouldn't simply be dumped on the street with 40 bucks in their pocket and no clear path toward re-entering society, the way they are now.

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Taking on controversial issues in the workplace

By Bryan Brenner, CEO and founder, FirstPerson

When Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act was making headlines, a number of Indiana companies stepped up to make their support or opposition publicly known.

While companies' taking public positions on pending legislation isn't a frequent occurrence, it also isn't unusual. In the past, we've seen Indiana firms of all sizes take positions on matters such as gay marriage, education standards, mass transit and even global geopolitics.

The firms' positions might seem straightforward and logical, and their involvement might be relatively minimal (sometimes it's nothing more than adding a signature to a group letter), but, if they do it right, their approach to getting involved in such issues is well-planned and transparent to their employees. Otherwise, they run the risk of increasing their standing among peers but losing their standing among their own people.

How do companies manage this balance?

People on the move

Chris Beaman is now manager of marketing and communications for Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education. Chris was formerly the assistant director of membership and chapter services for KDP.

Harrison College has promoted Erin Burkholder to senior director of student affairs and Shannon Duggan to senior director of academic affairs. The school has also hired Jeff Biltz as director of accreditation compliance. -- Inside Indiana Business

Indianapolis-based Alerding CPA Group has appointed Patrick Smith tax senior. The firm has also named Jessica Bradley a staff accountant. -- Inside Indiana Business

Purdue University has named Trent Klingerman vice president for human resources. He has served as interim vice president since November and as the university's director of employee relations since 2012.

Indianapolis-based TriMedx Foundation, a nonprofit medical mission focused on addressing the international need for medical equipment repair and support, has named Audra Poe its director. She previously served as director of annual fund and special events for St. Richard's Episcopal School in Indianapolis. -- Inside Indiana Business

The Children's Dyslexia Center of Indianapolis has named Julie Bohannon the center's director. She served as a clinical instructor and adjunct lecturer at the Indiana University School of Nursing in Indianapolis for 26 years. -- Inside Indiana Business

Indianapolis-based USA Diving has named Terry Powers vice president. He previously was vice president of client services at Indianapolis-based Sport Graphics. In this newly created role, Powers will oversee marketing, advertising, promotions, and new business development for USA Diving. -- Inside Indiana Business


The Indiana Bar Foundation is seeking grant applications from Indiana civil legal aid organizations for foreclosure prevention legal assistance and/or community redevelopment legal assistance. The requests should provide civil legal assistance for foreclosure prevention and community redevelopment to residents of Indiana. Please click here.

The Indiana Arts Commission unveiled two grant programs in connection with the Indiana Bicentennial -- Arts in the Parks and Indiana Masterpiece. The effort will focus on public art projects and access to artistic exhibits, performances and celebrations throughout the state. For more information, please click here.

Marsh Supermarkets hosted its second annual golf outing benefiting the ALS Association Indiana Chapter and raised over $50,000.

Janus Developmental Services, Inc. has been awarded a grant in the amount of $5,000 from The Duke Energy Foundation in support of the Community Employment program. The funding will assist individuals with disabilities to receive crucial employment support at their community job sites.

Horizons, a full-day, five-day-a-week summer program, free for low-income kindergarten through seventh-grade students and housed at St. Richard's Episcopal School, has been awarded a $25,000 challenge grant from the IndyStar. The program plans to add a pre-K and an eighth-grade class; to accommodate the pre-K, the middle school would expand to Butler University. Gifts made by Aug. 28 will be matched. For more information, click on this IndyStar feature.

Indianapolis Power & Light Co. has awarded $75,000 in grants to nearly 30 nonprofit organizations in the state. For full list, please click here.

Ivy Tech Community College dedication and ribbon cutting event will be held Aug. 6 on its new Anderson campus. Please click here.

The Coordinated Entry program is a statewide pilot program designed to address issues related to chronic homelessness. The phase one communities are Evansville, Bloomington, Fort Wayne and Lafayette. Please click here.

Why is donor data so important? Jay Love, Bloomerang's CEO, shares donor data and retention tips in a videotaped interview. Please click here.

Professional development

Project management workshop on Aug. 6 and 7 from 9:00 a.m. - noon at United Way of Central Indiana (3901 N. Meridian St.). In this two-day workshop, participants will develop project management skills, review best practices and learn tips and tricks for successful project management. To register, click here.

Myth busters: nonprofit advocacy edition on Aug. 12 from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. at United Way of Central Indiana (3901 N. Meridian St.). If you are not sure how your organization can gain public support for a cause, join us for this session where we'll take the mystery out of nonprofit advocacy. For more information and to register, click here.

Organize cost-effective special events webinar on Aug. 13 at 2:00 p.m. For more information and to register, click here.

Exhibitors for Get on Board 2015. This annual event on Oct. 5 from 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is designed to link prospective board members with nonprofit organizations. Due to the high demand for exhibitor space, nonprofit organizations that wish to exhibit must complete an application. Deadline for application submission is Aug. 14 at 5:00 p.m. $75 exhibitor fee. For an application, click here.

Come join the CFO Nonprofit Peer Group on Aug. 13 from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. for a discussion about using the cloud, why to use and how to make the switch at INCPAS Professional Development and Conference Center (8250 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. Suite #100). Free. To register, click here.

CIAVA's monthly meeting: Developing and delivering volunteer training on Aug. 13 at 8:00 to 10 a.m. at Indiana Landmarks Center (1201 Central Ave.). This is an introduction to developing and designing meaningful volunteer training sessions, and includes needs assessments, program development, and creation of objectives and evaluation. Fee includes hot breakfast at 8 a.m. with program beginning at 8:30 a.m. $12 members/$17 non-members. To register, click here.

Program development on Sept. 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Central Library (40 E. St. Clair St.). In this seminar, you will discover the main components of a solid program plan to help provide quality services for your community. Best for those who have already established nonprofit organizations. Presented by Gail Thomas Strong. Free and open to the public. To register, click here.

Effective grant proposals and management on Sept. 12 from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. at Central Library (40 E. St. Clair St.) This seminar will provide a practical approach to developing the most effective grant-seeking strategies for your organization. You will learn useful tips on how to write compelling proposals and effective post-grant procedures. This seminar is best for those who have already established nonprofit organizations. Presented by Gail Thomas Strong. Free and open to the public. 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.

Hamilton Center, Inc. Wellness Fair needs volunteers to assist with the event set-up and clean-up, parking, greeting and directing guests, sign-in table and monitoring booths (like kids' zone). Six-hour commitment. Contact Tanisha Mayers at tmayers@hamiltoncenter.org or 317-937-3700.

Girls Inc. ® of Greater Indianapolis is currently seeking adult volunteers to help us deliver its fun, hands-on programming for girls in the Indianapolis area. Help us kick off the school year by inspiring girls to be strong, smart and bold. Commit to one hour a week, one day a week, for six consecutive weeks, and make an impact on the lives of girls in our community. Visit our website: www.girlsincindy.org and apply today. For more information, contact Nakisha Jones njones@girlsincindy.org or 317-522-2608.

School on Wheels seeks to recruit, train and place new volunteer tutors for Tutors in Action. Tutors must be at least 11 years of age, and a parent or guardian must accompany ages 11-13. Tutors are asked to commit to one hour each week for a 15- to 17-week semester. For more information and for an application, click here.


NEED: The Hamilton Center needs donations for "We Care" packages of travel-size items, hand sanitizer, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, tissue, body wash, q-tips, bar soap, lip balm, toothbrushes, toothpaste and nonperishable food items that will be distributed to individuals and families at its National Recovery Month Wellness Fair in September. Contact Tanisha Mayers at tmayers@hamiltoncenter.org or 317-937-3700.

NEED: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis is in need of five worktables that are easy to break down and carry with 10 to 20 folding chairs. Contact Sherita Robinson at 317-445-7719 or SRobinson@BGCIndy.org

DONATE: St. Andrew's Lutheran Church in Speedway would like to donate tan-vinyl floor covering. There are five pieces each 10-foot wide by 49-foot long. Two of the five pieces have a 4-by-4 foot section cut out of each end. Must arrange a pick up. If interested, please call the church office at 317-243-6684.


National news

Clear fuzzy thinking about nonprofit reserves. To push nonprofit leaders to think about finances more comprehensively ask them to imagine that a surprise from a loyal and honorable donor, with no restrictions or strings attached. What would they do with this windfall?

Nonprofit-merger motivations and brand. Although nonprofit mergers are often "sold" on the basis of efficiency, these objectives can take time and difficult to achieve. More often, as is motivated by an intention to expand or improve services rather than for financial goals.

Investing in fundraising. The world's 50 largest humanitarian NGOs spent $1.5 billion on fundraising last year, up from $500 million 10 years prior, according to the Thomson Reuters Foundation. Those groups also doubled their annual spending to $18 billion during that period.

Three ways corporations can partner more effectively with nonprofits. Corporations have tried to apply business strategies to philanthropic efforts with varying success. New findings suggest that giving nonprofit partners more freedom in how the gifts are used is important to building the strength of the social sector.

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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.

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Banking/asset management

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



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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: 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.

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.

UIndy/International Relations: Master of Liberal Arts' students will develop advance research skills through a design and methodology course, study international conflicts and resolutions, learn how history still has an impact on the world today and have opportunities for real-world experiences.


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This week's jobs

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Administrative Assistant - Girls Inc. National Resource Center. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing more than 140,000 girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face. The Girls Inc. Experience...more

Office Manager - Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter. Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter is looking for an Office Manager. The ideal candidate will be smart, solution-oriented and adaptable. The Office Manager needs top office skills and must be able to work at...more

Administrative Ally - Autism Society of Indiana. The Administrative Ally performs activities that directly support the Chief Executive Ally. Position is responsible for initiating and coordinating the clerical, secretarial and some bookkeeping functions required of effective...more

Program Associate - Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center. The Program Associate contributes to meeting INRC goals to strengthen, develop, and empower neighborhood organizations by assisting with the oversight and coordination of INRC's administrative and capacity...more

fund development

Annual Giving Program Officer - 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

Fundraising Coordinator - The Society of Professional Journalists. Assists with all aspects of fundraising efforts of the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation and the Society of Professional Journalists, the nation's largest and most broad-based membership association for journalists...more

Development Specialist, WTEA Support and Third Party Events - Alzheimer's Assoc of Greater Indiana. Manage multiple aspects in the growth of the statewide Walk to End Alzheimer's program, as well as third-party fundraisers, including the Association's cause running/walking program, ALZ Stars and provide support for...more

Senior Associate Director for Major Gifts - Indiana University School of Medicine. The Indiana University School of Medicine seeks an experienced development professional to secure major gifts of $50,000 or more to support the school's research and education missions, with an emphasis on identifying...more

Development Coordinator - Fairbanks Hospital. As a key member of the Fairbanks Development Team, the Development Coordinator will be committed to advancing the mission of Fairbanks and Hope Academy by increasing contributed resources and creating a donor-centered...more


Senior Level Project Director (Prefer Part Time) - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. To provide overall leadership facilitating collaboration on a major community and educational improvement initiative to strengthen students and families in inner-city school communities...more

Prevention & Education Coordinator - Chaucie's Place. Chaucie's Place is a child advocacy organization that focuses on child sexual abuse and youth suicide prevention. The nonprofit's staff works passionately to ensure the welfare of children by offering evidence-based...more

(Part-Time) Case Manager/Parenting Time Specialist for Hancock Co - Childrens Bureau. This is a part-time position, providing home-based case management and Supervised Visitation services to at risk families and youth involved with the Department of Child Services due to abuse and neglect issues, or...more

Neighborhood Specialist - Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center. The Neighborhood Specialist contributes to meeting INRC goals to strengthen, develop, and empower neighborhood organizations by working with neighbors, neighborhood-based groups and community partners...more

Training & Curriculum Specialist - Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center. The Training & Curriculum Specialist contributes to meeting INRC goals to strengthen, develop, and empower neighborhood organizations by planning, developing, and delivering INRC's training programs, in collaboration...more

Female GOAL Case Manager for female students - Outreach, Inc. Outreach, Inc. is searching for a female G.O.A.L. Case Manager for female students who will build and develop positive relationships with a diverse population of female homeless high school students in order to assist...more


Staff Accountant - Girls Inc. National Resource Center. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing more than 138,000 girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and real solutions to the unique issues girls face. Girls Inc. gives girls...more

Director of Business Administration, DePaul Cristo Rey High School(Cincinnati). DePaul Cristo Rey, a college-preparatory Catholic high school for families who can't afford other private high schools, is seeking a full-time Director of Business Administration to oversee all financial activities including human...more

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Last week's jobs


Executive Director - Su Casa. Su Casa is seeking an Executive Director to build community engagement and improve the lives of Latinos of the Bartholomew County through education and resolution of integration issues and needs. This is an exciting...more


Legal Administrator-Paralegal - ACLU of Indiana. The ACLU of Indiana is seeking a full-time Legal Administrator-Paralegal who will be responsible for ensuring the smooth and orderly functioning of the legal side of the office. The ACLU of Indiana - a leading non-profit, civil rights...more

Administrative Assistant/Receptionist - Rock Steady Boxing, Inc. The mission of Rock Steady Boxing is to empower people with Parkinson's disease to fight back. The successful candidate will have a friendly, compassionate personality and attitude consistent with the encouraging...more

Administrative Assistant - Carmel Clay Public Library. CCPL is a thriving public library with over 569,000 visitors, 2.1 million checkouts, and 2,000 programs offered in 2014. We have just added a mobile library to enhance outreach and services to the residents of our...more

fund development

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

Director of Development - Food Finders Food Bank. The Director of Development has responsibility for planning, implementing and directing all aspects of fundraising activities of Food Finders Food Bank. This includes, but is not limited to, Corporate/Foundation Gifts...more

Director of Development, College of Sciences and Humanities - 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

Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, Annual Giving - Marian University. Marian University seeks qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, Annual Giving, reporting to the Director of Alumni and Donor Relations. This person is primarily responsible for execution...more


Program Communications & Events Assistant - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. The Program Communication & Events Assistant is instrumental to Big Brothers Big Sisters mission of providing professionally supported 1-to-1 youth mentoring relationships that result in impact and lasting change...more


Female Drop-In Center Coordinator for female clients - Outreach, Inc. Outreach, Inc. is searching for a Female Drop-In Center Coordinator (for female clients) who will offer the hospitality of Christ to all youth who attend a Drop-In Center program. In conjunction with the Male Drop-In Center...more

Licensed Professional Guidance Counselor - Center for Leadership Development, Inc. Licensed Professional Guidance Counselor for youth development organization whose mission is to foster the advancement of minority youth. Exciting and fulfilling opportunity for a licensed professional guidance counselor...more

Financial Coordinator – Health Care Education and Training, Inc. Responsible for maintaining assigned journals, ledgers and preparing specific periodic reports. Works under the supervision of the Business Operations Manager....more

Project Manager – Health Care Education and Training, Inc. Health Care Education and Trainings, Inc.'s (HCET) mission is to provide comprehensive program development, education, and training to improve reproductive and sexual health outcomes. The Project Manager...more

Director of Supported Living - Carey Services, Inc. Responsibilities include comprehensive management of person-centered community living and habilitation services for existing and expanding services including supported, semi-independent, and residential living...more

Parent Life – City Coordinator (part-time) - Youth for Christ. Part time (20-25 hours) Parent Life reaches expectant and parenting teens along with their children through intentional relationships with trained adults and community partnerships, empowering the teens to make good...more

Director, Health and Financial Capabilities Strategies - Indiana Connected by 25. This position supervises the implementation of the Financial Capabilities and Health strategies for the organization. This includes direct management of the Opportunity Passport and Healthy Connections Learning...more

Community Liaison for Region 11 - Serving Hancock and Madison Counties. The Community Partners for Child Safety Program is a free and voluntary program for families with minor children. The Community Partners program is a home based program that offers case management services by...more

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional QIDP - Tangram. Tangram is currently seeking a QIDP for group and residential Supported Living Services. Our QIDP must have the drive to: Review and evaluate the effectiveness of existing programs...more

Director of Operations, Tangram. Tangram is a growing organization adding a dynamic person to our Group and Residential Supported Living Services operations team. This position is responsible for leading eight (8) Program Directors...more

Program Manager - Tangram(Indianapolis). Are you someone who enjoys seeing a person grow, and willing to help them accomplish their goals? Are you a people person? Tangram is currently seeking a Program Manager for Residential Supported Living Services...more


Controller - Pension Fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The Pension Fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) serves the financial needs of more than 12,800 ministers and lay employees of the Church through the Pension Plan, Tax Deferred Retirement Accounts...more


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