Indiana United Ways (IUW), the state membership association for 42 of Indiana’s 44 United Ways serving Indiana counties, is pleased to announce a new Statewide Capital Projects Initiative, supported by Lilly Endowment Inc. From 2024 through 2028, this Initiative will make available $80 million in capital project matching grants to select nonprofit organizations working in collaboration with local United Ways. The long-term goal of the Initiative is to accelerate development and completion of capital projects across the state that help to increase the availability and quality of essential health and human services.

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