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How to Apply for Funding

Thank you for your interest in the Komen Central Indiana grants program!

The 2014-15 Online Grant Application process is now closed.

To be eligible to apply, your organization must be:

  • A federally tax-exempt entity — nonprofit organization, government agency, educational institution or Indian tribe. Individuals cannot apply.
  • Located in one of the following 21 counties in our service area: Bartholomew, Boone, Brown, Clinton, Decatur, Delaware, Grant, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Montgomery, Morgan, Rush, Shelby, Tippecanoe and/or Tipton. 
  • Must address priorities identified in the Community Profile (see below).


2014-2015 Grant Cycle Timeline
Mandatory Grant Writing Workshop - Tuesday, September 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. @ Pyramid #3 basement conference rooms
Application Deadline - Friday, November 1 by 4:30 p.m. (please note application is no longer online after Tuesday, October 29)
Award Notification - February 2014
Award Period - April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015   

Community Profile Priorities

1. Ensure all women in Komen Central Indiana's 21-county service area have access to early detection, with specific focus on African American and Hispanic women and women located in Grant and Delaware Counties.
2. Eliminate barriers that prohibit women from entering the continuum of care and receiving treatment, such as time away from work, transportation and child care.
3. Target education and outreach strategies toward behavior change to ensure women among all populations actually receive mammograms and complete the continuum of care.
4. Increase access to diagnostic and treatment services for the working poor and underinsured/uninsured, particularly for those living at or just above the 200 percent federal poverty level (defined as $44,700 for a family of four).

Special consideration and attention will be given to organizations that develop innovative programs addressing issues around the Affordable Care Act. Examples are programs addressing gaps in care, system improvements and those providing effective response to navigation for all entering the breast continuum of care.

To find out more about our application opening and processes, please email our Grants & Outreach Manager -