Nearly 30 Years of Grantmaking

    For nearly three decades, The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis has helped improve the health of central Indiana, especially for those who are underserved or marginalized.  Other organizations have come to rely on The Health Foundation to act fairly and thoughtfully in pursuit of health equity.

    The Health Foundation proactively seeks out programs, builds partnerships and encourages innovative solutions to some of our community’s most pressing health needs through targeted grant making. Together with partner organizations, The Health Foundation has built a reputation for funding the unfundable and seeks health justice for the disadvantaged.


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    News & Announcements

    December 17, 2014
    The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis responds to an article in the
    Chronicle of Philanthropy regarding donors to gay causes and their
    interest areas following successes in marriage equality. (Click here)

    October 27, 2014
    The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis awards $3.15 million to
    change the way HIV/AIDS is diagnosed and treated to end this the disease
    across Indiana in this generation. (Click here)

    June 10, 2014
    Scott Campbell, executive director, Elton John AIDS Foundation, urges
    renewed commitment to marginalized populations in the fight against
    HIV/AIDS in the June edition of the Chronicle of Philanthropy. (Click here)

    25 Years of The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis
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    25 Trailblazers in Health
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    Our Funding Priorities

    Ending HIV/AIDS in a Generation

    Despite the controversy that surrounded HIV/AIDS in the 1990s, The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis convened a group of service providers, medical professionals, state officials and funders to discuss the HIV/AIDS problem in greater Indianapolis and new collaborations that could help solve it. Today, the Indiana AIDS Fund, a fundraising program of The Health Foundation, raises funds for HIV testing and treatment as prevention in support of the national initiative to end AIDS in a generation.

    Providing Time and Talent for Better Health

    The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis is one of several local organizations that has hosted AmeriCorps members from both the national AmeriCorps program Public Allies, which focuses specifically on advancing new leadership to strengthen communities, non-profits and civic participation, and the AIDS United AmeriCorps program. Each year, our members are matched with HIV/AIDS host agencies and focus on capacity building as well as HIV/AIDS prevention, testing and counseling, case management and outreach. Read more >>

    The Health Foundation
    of Greater Indianapolis

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    Phone: 317.630.1805 | Fax: 317.630.1806

    The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis