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More than 100 nonprofits hope to connect with potential board members during a Lacy Leadership Association event this afternoon in Indianapolis. Get on Board organizers say the event has led to more than 2,200 new board members since it began 10 years ago. In a Studio(i) interview, Lacy Chief Executive Officer Linda Kirby says the program also includes board training sessions. The 11th annual Get on Board event takes place today from 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
Kirby says more than 500 people have pre-registered for the event.
This year's exhibitors include:
1.Adoptions of Indiana
2.Aftercare for Indiana through Mentoring, Inc. (AIM)
3.Afterschool Coalition of Indianapolis
4.The ALS Association Indiana Chapter
5.American Cancer Society
7.Answers for Autism
8.Art with a Heart
10.Arts for Learning
11.Autism Society of Indiana
13.Back on My Feet Indianapolis
14.Beacon of Hope Center for Women, Inc.
17.Catholic Charities Indianapolis
18.The Center for the Performing Arts
19.Center for Victim and Human Rights
20.Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP)
21.The Cheer Guild
22.CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions
23.Cities of Refuge Ministries Inc
24.Crohn's and Colitis Foundation, Indiana Chapter
25.The Damien Center, Inc.
27.Domestic Violence Network
28.Drug Free Marion County
29.Dyslexia Institute of Indiana
30.Easter Seals Crossroads
31.Ensemble Music Society of Indianapolis
32.F.I.D.O., Inc. aka Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside
33.FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
34.Fair Haven Foundation, Inc.
36.Fathers and Families Center
37.Fay Biccard Glick at Crooked Creek Neighborhood Center
38.Federated Campaign Stewards
39.Fine Arts Society Classical Music Broadcasting
40.First Book-Greater Indianapolis
41.Fletcher Place Community Center
42.Freewheelin' Community Bikes
43.Girls on the Run of Hamilton County
44.Girls Rock! Indianapolis
45.Happy Hollow Children's Camp
47.Hearts & Hands of Indiana
48.Hope & Help Centers, U.S.A.
49.Horizons at St. Richard's
50.Human Energy Initiatives, Inc.
51.Humane Society of Indianapolis
52.HVAF of Indiana, Inc.
53.Iibada Dancers Inc.
54.Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition
55.Indiana Center for Children and Families
56.Indiana Jewish Historical Society
57.Indiana Perinatal Network
58.Indiana Youth Institute Young Professionals Board
59.Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra
60.Indianapolis International Film Festival
61.Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art
62.Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC)
63.Indianapolis Parks Foundation
67.John H. Boner Community Center
68.Joy's House Adult Day Center
69.Junior Achievement of Central Indiana
70.Kaleidoscope Youth Center
71.Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library
73.Marion County Agricultural & 4-H Fair Inc.
74.Marion County Commission on Youth Inc. (MCCOY)
75.Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
76.Meals on Wheels of Central Indiana
77.Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis, Inc.
80.Muscular Dystrophy Family Fund (MDFF)
81.My Sister's Place
82.Nationalities Council of Indiana, Inc.
83.Noble of Indiana
84.Options Charter Schools
85.Partners in Housing Development Corp.
86.Paws and Think, Inc.
87.People for Urban Progress
88.Pro(ACT) Community Partnerships, Inc.
89.Project Home Indy
91.Reach For Youth, Inc.
92.The Rivoli Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
93.School on Wheels
94.SEND (Southeast Neighborhood Development)
95.The Social of Greenwood
96.Social Health Association of Indiana, Inc.
97.Southeast Community Services, Inc.
101.Theatre on the Square, Inc.
102.Timmy Global Health
103.Trinity Free Clinic, Inc.
104.Trusted Mentors Inc
105.Volunteer Gift Shop, Inc. at Wishard Health Service
106.Volunteers of America of Indiana, Inc.
108.Westminster Neighborhood Ministries
109.Women for Change Coaching Community
110.YMCA of Greater Indianapolis
Source: Lacy Leadership Association