Midtown Indy has received a grant totaling $15,000 from the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership® (INHP).
The community grant supports a wide range of programming at the Concord Building throughout the year. This programming will include events promoting neighborhood history, entrepreneurship, and infrastructure and public safety concerns.
“INHP is a tremendous partner in improving the vitality of Indianapolis neighborhoods through innovative homeownership resources. Their support of the Concord at Maple Crossing series will directly enhance neighborhood amenities, honor neighborhood history and strengthen community relationships,” said Michael McKillip, executive director of Midtown Indy.
With this funding, Midtown Indy will work to engage residents in all four neighborhoods that comprise Maple Crossing – Butler-Tarkington, Crown Hill, Mapleton Fall Creek and Meridian Kessler – by honoring the history and importance of each of the communities.
“INHP is pleased to partner with Midtown Indy so they can highlight, honor and uphold the many unique assets Maple Crossing has to offer,” said Moira Carlstedt, president and CEO of INHP. “We look forward to seeing how community engagement and neighborhood stories come to life through this programming.”
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) increases affordable and sustainable housing opportunities for individuals and families in Marion County, and serves as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization. INHP enables families to become and remain long-term, successful homeowners through homebuyer education, mortgage and credit advising and lending services. INHP also provides thought leadership, technical assistance, financial support and programming to community partners dedicated to neighborhood revitalization. For more information, visit INHP.org.
For additional information about Concord at Maple Crossing:
Phone: (317) 600-3141