Indiana Youth Services Association
With funding from Lilly Endowment Inc., Indiana youth serving intermediaries announces a multi-year, phased plan to support youth serving professionals across the state The Indiana Coalition of Youth-serving Intermediaries (The
More than a pay raise: Retaining Indiana’s nonprofit employees requires a comprehensive wellness approach
“Without adequate insights about the challenges nonprofit employees face and a comprehensive approach to address them, nonprofit organizations could be undermining their ability to achieve their mission” ~David Westenberger Indiana
Indiana Youth Services Association announces the request for proposals for the 2023-25 YSB Fund. All electronic submissions are due by 5 pm Eastern time, October 21, 2022 to email@example.com. Please see the attachment for more details.
Indiana Youth Services Association hosts an Annual Business Meeting. Unfortunately, this past year’s event in December had to be canceled due to safety and city restrictions around COVID-19 in Indianapolis, IN. During this event IYSA’s award recipients were announced and recognized.
Media Inquiries: Kenneth Allen firstname.lastname@example.org 317-909-7159 There has been an increase in interest surrounding Human Trafficking, especially child sex trafficking, in recent weeks. The Indiana Trafficking Victims Assistance Program is
Para publicación inmediata 21/8/2020 Consultas de los medios: Kenneth Allen email@example.com 317-909-7159 stas semanas ha habido un incremento en el interés acerca de la Trata de Personas (o Human Trafficking en
Indiana Youth Services Association and it’s partners the Indiana Afterschool Network and 21st Century Community Learning Centers are committed to enhancing organizations’ ability to serve youth and families in need