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2024 INDI Grant Recipients Announced

INHP selects eight grantees to receive funding for neighborhood development initiatives

$900,000 to be awarded across Marion County

INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 29, 2024) – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP) board of directors is pleased to announce eight grant awards to support the operating costs of Marion County neighborhood-serving organizations. With these resources, the recipients will continue to focus on affordable housing preservation and development, and collaborations that will enhance affordable housing in Indianapolis. This year, $900,000 will be distributed through the program – called the Indianapolis Neighborhood Development Initiative (INDI) – to the following grantees:

  • Community Action of Greater Indianapolis (CAGI)
  • Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation
  • Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation
  • Near Eastside Collaborative Partnership (Near East Area Renewal, Englewood Community Development Corporation, John Boner Neighborhood Centers)
  • Near North Development Corporation
  • Partners in Housing Development Corporation
  • Southeast Neighborhood Development
  • Westside Community Development Corporation.

“The purpose of this grant program is to fuel our partners’ efforts in the affordable housing system so they can continue to increase housing opportunities in our City’s neighborhoods,” said Gina Miller, president and CEO of INHP. “We are proud to be able to support their goals and work alongside them in this effort.”

The grant criteria included:

Community need:  What affordable housing challenge will be addressed.

Impact:  Emphasis on substantive affordable housing production or preservation.

Leverage:  Ability of the applicant to attract other capital sources to support their housing activities.

Partnerships: Level of engagement in city initiatives and/or other partnerships that achieve neighborhood benefit.

Since 1999 and through the support of Lilly Endowment Inc., INHP has provided more than $28.7 million in Indianapolis Neighborhood Development Initiative grant funds to community-based organizations. This competitive application process was open to all nonprofit organizations creating or preserving affordable, sustainable housing opportunities in Marion County.


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