On May 10, we broke ground on the new Resident Success Center at the Carriage House East apartment complex. This Indianapolis Business Journal article highlights the 10,000-square-foot center, which is scheduled to open in early 2019.
Officials from Glick Philanthropies and the City of Indianapolis attended the groundbreaking. Marianne Glick, chairman for the Glick Family Foundation board of directors, described the new center as “physical evidence of the transformation on the Far East Side [of Indianapolis].”
The center will host several on-site services, including an after-school program, a food and clothes pantry, cooking classes, and other community initiatives. City-County Council member LaKeisha Jackson said the center would “connect residents and neighborhoods to break the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency.” To learn more about the Resident Success Center and the services it will provide, check out the Indianapolis Business Journal.