GRANTS AWARDED

Since its establishment in 1986, the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation has awarded more than $200 million in grants. Information on recent grantmaking is provided below.

You may search grants by keyword or filter by focus area, category, amount, and year awarded using the tools below. You may also access a list of the Foundation’s largest single grants and largest cumulative grants. Please note that the Foundation’s current funding focus areas are Education, Health, and the Vitality of Indianapolis.

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100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.

$15,000 | 2009 (12 MONTHS)
Small Grants Program | Self-Sufficiency
Financial literacy program

100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.

$10,000 | 2005 (12 MONTHS)
Small Grants Program | Self-Sufficiency
Financial literacy program

100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.

$15,000 | 2008 (12 MONTHS)
Small Grants Program | Self-Sufficiency
Financial literacy program
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16 Tech Community Corporation

$2,000,000 | 2017 (24 MONTHS)
Vitality of Indianapolis | Life Sciences
General operating support

Academy for Life and Learning, Inc. d/b/a Chrysalis Academy

$250,000 | 2005 (24 MONTHS)
Self Sufficiency | Self-Sufficiency
General operating support
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African Center

$70,000 | 2015 (24 MONTHS)
Health | Other, Safety Net System
General operating support for health services
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America’s Promise Alliance

$91,000 | 2016 (12 MONTHS)
Education | K-12
Civic Enterprises case study on Indiana graduation rates
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American Humanics

$2,000 | 2008 (12 MONTHS)
Vitality of Indianapolis | Small Grants
Support for the 2009 American Humanics Management/Leadership Institute in Indianapolis
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