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Category Archives: Civic Engagement

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Want to retain talent? Onboard to the community, not just the company.

Posted by: Blake Johnson
Posted: April 19, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

While companies are reviewing and refining their onboarding practices, cities – and their placemaking organizations – need to consider the role we play and how we onboard people not to their company, but their community.

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After-hours party at Central Library to celebrate 50 years of Foundation-funded Library programs

Posted by: Indianapolis Public Library Foundation
Posted: April 4, 2019
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Civic Engagement, Community Partners

With 23 branches, the beautiful Central Library and a robust bookmobile service, Indianapolis’ library system is one of the city’s gems. But did you know that IndyPL also has a Foundation that raises funds for Library programs? While […]

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Putting the “Fun” in #ParksFunLunch for 17 Years

Posted by: Laura Granieri
Posted: March 12, 2019
Categories: Civic Engagement, Community Partners

Each year, I look forward to the IPL Mayor’s Lunch for Parks in support of the Indianapolis Parks Foundation. This year was no exception, and after 17 years of #parksfunlunches and nearly 30 years in service to our community, they’ve raised over $80 million dollars in support of Indianapolis parks!

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Help Determine the Future of the White River

Posted by: Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development
Posted: January 28, 2019
Categories: Sustainability, Civic Engagement, Community Partners

The White River’s future has been determined by all of you – the central Indiana community. Over the last six months, we have received loads of feedback regarding what you would like to see happen along the river, as well as what you don’t want to see happen. There’s a clear passion for engaging with and stewarding the river presently within the region, and many of you see the plan as an opportunity to continue to improve the quality of life within Marion and Hamilton County.

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