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News and Events
UNCF Indianapolis Honors Volunteers
2018 Bowling for Scholars Raises Funds for Local Scholars
In celebration of Black History month and celebrating the mission of UNCF, more than 325 bowlers took over Woodland Bowl to have fun at the 14th annual UNCF Bowling for Scholars Bowl-a-Thon, presented by UNCF Indianapolis and UPS and conducted Feb 24. The event raised $51,000. Over the past 14 years, the Bowling for Scholars event has raised $610,000 to send Indiana students to and through college.
Gary 2018 Mayor’s Breakfast: Arkansas Mayor Touts Value of Education at [UNCF] Fundraiser
Mayor Shirley Washington of Pine Bluff, AR, spoke at the Mayor's Breakfast in Gary on Feb. 1. (click to page 4)
Leadership Council's Quarterly Meeting
The Indianapolis UNCF Leadership Council held its third-quarter meeting, Oct. 10, 2017, hosted by Federal Judge Tanya Walton Pratt, Spelman and Howard Law alum. The meeting was hosted in her chambers. UNCF Vice President for Advocacy Sekou Biddle attended this meeting and presented an update on the organization's advocacy work and a recent national board of directors meeting. Our UNCF intern, A’Jewelle, is a junior in high school and works with our council chair, and presented this quarter's Facebook and Twitter impressions report during the meeting. Eric Anderson has worked with our communications team for the past several years making sure our use of the social media tools are within our national policies and guidelines.