Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities, Inc. (Turnstone Center) is northeast Indiana’s only not-for-profit organization that provides a full range of rehabilitative, wellness, athletic and recreational programs and facilities to persons with disabilities and their families. Since 1943, Turnstone Center has continually evolved and expanded to respond to the needs and desires of […]
Construction loan for community learning and health center. The first structure, 12,000 sq. ft., will feature an affordable childcare and learning center, workforce development programs and office space for United Way Marshall County (UWMC) and Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF). The second facility, a 33,00 sq. ft. aquatic and fitness center, will also include a […]
Fort Wayne Boys & Girls Clubs, $8 million. The Fort Wayne Boys & Girls Clubs is a local non-profit that provides after-school and summer programs to low-income, school-aged children. A new 2.3 acre campus and building are currently under construction.
Byron Health Center, $12.5 million. Byron Health Center is a non-profit facility that provides long-term health care, memory care, skilled nursing care and physical and occupational therapy for vulnerable populations who have multiple diagnoses. The center will be re-locating from Lima Road to the corner of Beacon Street and Lake Avenue.
Avondale Town Center is the third and final phase of our Avondale Choice Neighborhood Implementation Grant that TCB received in 2012. The current TCB-led Avondale Choice Neighborhoods initiative focuses over $100 million of redevelopment on the Reading Road corridor and designated investment areas related to Choice outcomes. The Avondale Town Center is a struggling, suburban-style […]
In the fall of 2006, a small group of public school educators and education reformers began a discussion about the current state of education, trends in education reform, and identifying shared core beliefs about teaching and learning. As the group began to articulate their vision for a 21st Century School to which they would feel […]
The project is a new state-of-the-art 72,000 SF Kosciusko County YMCA facility. The facility includes a health and wellness center, group exercise studios, a pool, teaching kitchen, and gathering/program spaces.
Granted $97,500, The Second Helpings Culinary Job Training Program promotes productive citizenship and provides an opportunity for individuals to gain industry recognized skills and certifications upon which future successes can be built. Since 1998, the Culinary Job Training program has focused on serving unemployed and underemployed adults in and around the Indianapolis urban core that […]
The Corporate College and Culinary Arts Training Center is a remarkable example of how resources from the CDFI Fund are put to use. Three local community development organizations – the Cinnaire, Local Initiatives Support Corporation Indianapolis, and the city’s Indianapolis Development CDE – used more than $33 million in New Markets Tax Credits allocated from […]
Fort Wayne Rescue Mission, $10 million. The Rescue Mission is a local non-profit organization providing restorative care to men, women and children experiencing a homeless crisis. The Mission is building a new facility at 400 E. Washington Blvd.