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Category Archives: Community Partners

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Join the movement as The Exchange at the Urban League welcomes thousands to National Urban League annual conference in Indy

Posted by: Adrianne Slash
Posted: July 16, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, Volunteer Opportunities, Community Partners

Being engaged with events that are bigger than your city yet still remaining relevant to your city is an enormous task for local affiliates of national organizations. This is the life members of The Exchange at the Urban […]

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Young Indy Entrepreneurs: Adam Odgaard

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: July 2, 2019
Categories: Food & Drink, Community Partners, IndyHub

We feel like there is always an awesome local business popping up in our city. And more times than not, there’s a young go-getter behind the scenes working their tail off to make it all happen. In partnership with 1 Million Cups Indianapolis, we’re working to highlight these outstanding entrepreneurs and share their story.

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Playing with the cards you’re dealt

Posted by: United Way of Central Indiana
Posted: May 28, 2019
Categories: IndyVolved, Community Partners

I am your friend. I am your neighbor. I have a job, maybe even two or a side hustle. Yet, I still struggle to make ends meet. I am ALICE.

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Cancer Support Indy ensures that no one faces cancer alone

Posted by: Cancer Support Community Central Indiana
Posted: May 7, 2019
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Community Partners

Cancer Support Community Central Indiana exists so that no one faces cancer alone. For more than 23 years now, we have led the charge in Indiana to build a vibrant community of cancer survivors and their loved ones. […]

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