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Improving Indiana’s Black mortality rate one delivery at a time

Indiana currently has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the United States. The risk of death related to pregnancy is higher for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) patients.

AES receives $100,000 to help aid customers in need 

AES Indiana’s initiative the Power of Change program will offer customers facing financial hardships with a significant boost in aid.  

Fight for Life Foundation receives grant to help students utilizing technology 

Fight for Life Foundation, a nonprofit that helps underserved youth develop by providing social-emotional learning programs, has been awarded a $200,000 Elevation Grant.  

Bank of America Student Leaders program applications now open through Jan. 17 

As high school students think about their future career and plan for summer internships, Bank of America’s Student Leaders program is a great option for teens who want to gain early experience and the tools and resources to join the workforce. 

Veterans Art Day provides free workshops for veterans

More than 70 veterans will participate in art-making workshops designed to promote healing and community during the 11th annual Veterans Art Day at the Indianapolis Art Center.

RISE INDY’s Freedom Readers, transforming parents into powerful literacy tutors

Empowering communities and nurturing young minds through literacy, RISE INDY’s Freedom Readers program certifies parents and guardians to tutor their K-8 children at home.

Students and educators weigh in on 21st Century Scholars bill

Purdue Polytechnic High School Schweitzer Center at Englewood coach Sophie Longest testified for the bill at the Statehouse and said she sees a lot of eligible students who do not apply for the program.

Unique program offers real life experiences to local youth

Etiquette, manners, and the art and skill of understanding the expectations that come with different situations are among the life lessons 60 young men...

Bereavement program for youngsters to open Indiana camp

Special to the Recorder Community Health Network has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Moyer Foundation to open Camp Erin Indianapolis, a free...

Nominations now being accepted for annual awards program

Drug Free Marion County is now accepting 2011 nominations for its Annual Awards program, which recognizes individuals with outstanding commitments to and achievements in...
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