Funded by the County Option Income Tax and allocated by the City County Council, Central Indiana Community Foundation announced community crime prevention grants to 26 Indianapolis groups totaling $2.2M. Flanner House of Indianapolis received $50,000 and GroundWork Indy Youth Development Programs received $55,000.
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