授予的补助金

Since its establishment in 1986, the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation has awarded more than $300 million in grants. Information on grants awarded since the Foundation’s inception can be found below. Information on the Foundation’s largest grants awarded can be found on the 授予的最大一笔赠款 page.

You may search grants by keyword or filter by focus area, category, amount and year awarded using the tool below. Please note that the Foundation’s current focus areas are 教育, 健康 and the 印第安纳波利斯的活力.

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胜利大学预科

$150,000 | 2023 (24 MONTHS)
Education | College Matters
College Matters: Meeting the Moment implementation grant
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The PourHouse, Inc.

$25,000 | 2023 (12 MONTHS)
Vitality of Indianapolis | Charitable Grants
一般运营支持
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The Indianapolis Foundation

$500,000 | 2023 (12 MONTHS)
Vitality of Indianapolis | Other
一般运营支持
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Teach Indy

$175,000 | 2023 (12 MONTHS)
Education | K-12
Support to develop a three-year strategic plan to address the Marion County teacher shortage
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Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs

$1,000 | 2023 (12 MONTHS)
Other | Memberships / Philanthropic Support
Membership to National Substance Use Disorders Funders Collaborative
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Shepherd Community Center, Inc.

$250 | 2023 (12 MONTHS)
Other | Other
Gift honoring Irene Jackson’s service to the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation
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普渡理工高中

$1,750,000 | 2023 (24 MONTHS)
Vitality of Indianapolis | STEM
Support to help establish a campus on the west side of Indianapolis, and to develop technology that maps student project-based learning outcomes to Indiana Academic Standards
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普渡理工高中

$160,000 | 2023 (24 MONTHS)
Education | College Matters
College Matters: Meeting the Moment implementation grant
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大学事务 is the Fairbanks Foundation's $15 million initiative to increase the number of Marion County high schoolers who enroll in college. Learn more.
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