Register to Attend an INAPEF Regional Meeting
INAPEF's regional meetings are a great way to learn and network with education foundation colleagues. Whether you're a staff member
or board member, the regional meetings will provide information you can take back to your foundation to help it raise more money and improve its operations.
Register by emailing email@example.com with the name(s) of the attendees and meeting you are registering
for. Money for the lunch ($10 per person) will be collected at each of the meeting sites. Registration deadline is April 3.
North Regional Meeting
April 13, 11:00am to 1:00pm EDT in Mishawaka
More Than a Miracle
Education was a key factor in the greatest sports moment in United States history. In February 1980, Coach Herb Brooks and 20 young men stunned the dynasty
Soviet hockey team and won gold in Lake Placid. They galvanized our hurting nation along the way. All 20 players were college educated. Coach Brooks had a
degree in psychology with a minor in economics. The players understood the importance of a strong work ethic, love for one another, and pride in their country.
Charlie Adams is on a mission to share their entire story. This program will touch all of your emotions, as he shares their remarkable journey toward Olympic gold.
South Regional Meeting
April 16, 10:00am-1:00pm EDT in French Lick
Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County Executive Director Jerry Finn will present on getting community buy-in for your foundation.
Central Regional Meeting
April 28, 10:00am-1:00pm EDT in Indianapolis
Donor Retention Workshop
Bloomerang Co-founder and CEO Jay Love will present a session on donor retention - what is it and why it is important? In this presentation and interactive
workshop, we will identify the root causes of poor donor retention rates, and equip attendees with the knowledge to measure and improve the metrics that
have the greatest impact on donor loyalty and engagement.
2 Members Receive $1,500 Grants from INAPEF
& State Farm
Congratulations to our 2 $1,500 Telling Our Story grant recipients based on Facebook voting: Franklin Education Connection and Public Education Foundation of Evansville, Inc.
The voting was very close...only 14 votes separated 1st from 3rd place. Thanks for all of the votes casts and thanks to State Farm for making the grant possible.
Congratulations to our INFUSE II Class
The following 10 INAPEF members have completed the 2014 INFUSE program and are splitting $37,500 in grant
money to put toward such projects as strategic planning training, bookkeeping and donor management software, new websites and
marketing materials, board development training, and more. Congratulations to our successful members!
- Batesville Community Education Foundation
- Brownsburg Education Foundation
- Franklin Education Connection
- Greenfield Central School Foundation
- Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation
- Indianapolis Public Schools Education Foundation
- Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools
- North West Hendricks Education Foundation
- Pike Township Educational Foundation
- Springs Valley Education Foundation
New Member Benefit: INAPEF Networking Grid
INAPEF is providing a grid online of its member foundations and many of
their attributes. Want to know which other foundations have a part-time executive director?
Looking for foundations that are similar to yours in terms of grant money awarded? Use the
INAPEF Networking Grid in the Members-Only section of the website to find other similar
groups in particular categories and network with your peers.