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LOUDER THAN WORDS GRANTS
As part of our $1 million contribution to fuel long term solutions, we launched a nationwide grant cycle and greater investment in the Far Eastside of Indianapolis. These grants were awarded throughout 2021 to organizations nationwide that make a difference in communities of color.

We are not currently accepting grant applications. Please follow us on social media for updates on future grant cycles.

CYCLE 1 HONOREES

Indianapolis
Clean for Green $50,000 to pay youth for cleaning up their neighborhood and provide mentorship.
Coburn Place Safe Haven II Inc. $25,000 to provide flex funds for survivors when leaving an abuser.
EmployIndy $50,000 to connect individuals to the Job Readiness Training Program for Justice-Involved Opportunity Youth.
Happy Hollow Children's Camp, Inc. $25,000 to support 400+ children to attend summer camp and provide them an opportunity to see life outside their neighborhood.

 

National
1000 Ties (Lindhurst, Ohio) $17,400 to support the 1000 Ties Etiquette Program including materials, incentives and workshops.
Equal Justice Initiative (Montgomery, Ala.) $25,000 to support the development of digital content and other resources to educate people about the history of injustice.
Gary Comer Youth Center (Chicago, Ill.) $10,000 for the Bike Club that provides youth the opportunity to become safe riders and repair their bicycles.
Los Angeles Parks Foundation (Los Angeles, Calif.) $25,000 for Girls Play Los Angeles which provides sports programming to approximately 3,000 girls in low-income neighborhoods.
Reclaimed Hope Initiative (Charlottesville, Va.) $25,000 to expand their Camp Hope program for children with special behavioral or mental needs.

CYCLE 2 HONOREES

National
Sylvester Broome Empowerment Village $25,000 for construction of the Flint Sportsplex which will host sports programs for Flint residents at no cost.
A Place Called Home $25,000 to address basic urgent needs for youth and families in South Central Los Angeles including food insecurity.
TrackGirlz $25,000 to to involve girls in empowerment workshops and street race events.
The Thinkubator $25,000 to place 50 Black, Latinx, People of Color, and LGBTQ+ youth in paid internship opportunities.

CYCLE 3 HONOREES

National
The Access Foundation $25,000 to provide basic needs and mental health support for 4,900+ families.
Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico $25,000 for construction of a play and green space for bereaved youth to augment specialized peer support groups.
Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation $25,000 to provide gap services for visually impaired children including beep baseball and other sports equipment.
Teaching Young Women in Society Truth  $25,000 to support young women involved in gangs, bullying and/or violence.

Contact Us

Finish Line Youth Foundation
3308 N. Mitthoeffer Road
Indianapolis, IN 46235
317-899-1022

Email:
Youthfoundation@finishline.com