Riley Area Development Corporation

Program for Investment in Micro-Entrepreneurs (PRIME)

In support of Riley Area Development Corporation’s work connecting residents to employment in small businesses and entrepreneurial ventures, the Small Business Administration funded the expansion of Ruckus Makerspace, which provides access to training and employment for low-income individuals while making available tools and resources for startups and existing businesses to grow, ultimately encouraging local production and consumption in accordance with Buy IndyEast goals.

Amount:

$75,000

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Arts Projects

Funding from the National Endowment for the Arts will support the Harrison Center’s artist residency program and community offerings. The Harrison Center offers residencies that ...
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Community Economic Development Projects

The John H. Boner Community Center, Inc. will use $800,000 in CED funds to support the renovation of their community center building that will create ...
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Promise Neighborhood

The IndyEast Promise Neighborhood is both a place and a strategy led by John Boner Neighborhood Center and Edna Martin Christian Center. The IndyEast Promise Neighborhood ...
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Community Economic Development Program

RecycleForce will use $800,000 in CED funds to expand its electronics recycling business in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. CED funds will be used as short-term ...
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