W4C3 was founded to reach out to women who may have not had access to coaching services and are ready to work with a coach to affect positive change in their lives. U.S. women who have an annual household adjusted gross income of $40,000* or less are eligible to submit an application. To learn more, visit them at www.women4changecc.org.


The mission of Dress for Success Indianapolis is direct, immediate, and simple: The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.  The purpose of our organization is to provide women with the supportive services they need to make life transitions that result in women achieving self-sufficiency and socioeconomic advancement.    www.indydfs.org

Project Purse Indianapolis is a 501c3 nonprofit organization operating in Central Indiana. A vision realized, PPI is the product of a millenial’s mission to couple the growing number of requests for peer-to-peer selling events and wanting to do something positive for the community. Chelsea Marburger, Founder of PPI, wanted a way to bring women together for the good of the community – not just to buy/sell candles, makeup, etc. – but to collectively make a lasting impact on other women. www.projectpurseindy.com

Since 1975, The Julian Center has been supporting victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crises.  Our mission is to provide the services victims need to recover and build a life absent of abuse.  Those services include counseling, safe shelter, case management, advocacy, education, transitional housing, and affordable housing.  Through outreach and consultation, we also seek to educate the community about the issue of domestic violence and its impact on all our lives.  Our programs and services are designed to contribute to a significant reduction in the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault, to support survivors in healing, and to help break the intergenerational cycle of abuse. To learn more, visit them at www.juliancenter.org.

Founded in 1943, Social Health Association offers a variety of school-based health education programs that meet both the Indiana Academic Standards for Health Education and the need to provide relevant, age-appropriate health information for Indiana students. All of our programs are offered by professional Health Educators in an engaging, respectful environment and can be tailored to fit individual school needs.

Social Health Association is the only agency serving youth across Indiana that requires our Health Educators to be professionally educated and have classroom experience. To learn more, visit them at www.socialhealth.org.

Susan G. Komen Central Indiana is battling breast cancer on all fronts. Beginning close to home, we use donated dollars wisely, locally and in ways that directly benefit women, men and families who are dealing with the costly challenge of breast cancer in our community. But we also empower local dollars to serve beyond our community as they fund a significant portion of the best breast cancer research around the world. To learn more, visit them at www.komencentralindiana.org.

Neo-Fight is an Indianapolis based organization dedicated to helping families experiencing a perinatal/neonatal crisis. Our original goal was to raise money for equipment for the local NICU's and provide support to families experiencing a perinatal/neonatal crisis. To learn more, visit them at www.neofight.org.


Strong families are the foundation of a healthy society. Families are the first nurturers, educators, protectors and caregivers. For most of us, family is the most meaningful part of our life story. Family is where our story begins. Family is where our identity is first shaped.

Over 8,000 individuals come through the doors of Families First each year with a broken family story – a relationship suffering due to addiction, a child coping with the loss of a parent, a single mother or father overwhelmed with financial stress. Families First has the resolve and expertise to create healthier communities by strengthening families and individuals during life challenges and changes. To learn more about Families First Indiana, please visit them at www.familiesfirstindiana.org.


The Mission of the Bally Foundation is to enrich the lives of people that face special challenges and their families.  The Bally Foundation empowers those families we serve to live more productive lives by offering community living and by directly connecting them to services and resources. To learn more, visit them at www.ballycanhelp.org.

Ovar'coming Together was founded in 1995 (and incorporated in 2003) by Pam Faerber, Nancy Hines and Kai Binford - three Indianapolis women who were united as a result of having been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The three were concerned with the lack of information available to women regarding ovarian cancer and recognized the importance and need for information and peer support. To learn more, visit them at www.ovariancancerin.org.


Indiana Latino Association - Our mission is to improve health and advance education for the Indiana Latino community through statewide advocacy, research, and culturally responsive programs.
Our vision is to be the source of authority and catalyst for change on all aspects of Health and Education that affect the Indiana Latino Community. To learn more, visit them at www.indianalatinoinstitute.org


CICOA is Indiana’s largest Area Agency on Aging and serves Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan and Shelby Counties, where more than 26 percent of Indiana’s population lives. CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions is a not-for-profit agency and one of 700 Area Agencies on Aging nationwide. Established in 1973 by an amendment to the 1965 Older Americans Act and incorporated in 1974, CICOA is not a government agency, but oversees state and federal funds and private donations to provide information, advocacy and support services for older adults, people with disabilities, and family caregivers. To learn more, visit them at www.cicoa.org.