Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. Records, 1968-1995


Mss 001
15.0 c.f. (15 cartons)

 


ABSTRACT

The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. is committed to improving the health of community through funding qualified agencies and organizations that provide health related services primarily to low-income population of Indianapolis. Its mission is to improve the social, physical and mental health of the community. It was originally founded in July 1968 as the Metropolitan Health Council of Indianapolis, Inc., an Indiana non-profit corporation, intended to aid uninsured Indianapolis poor who could not get medical and nursing care, an innovative and radical concept at that time. At the beginning the Council coordinated activities, raised funds and evaluated the neighborhood health centers located in the inner city. From 1974-1984, the Council developed and operated its own HMO, the MetroHealth Plan. In 1985 the Council sold the MetroHealth Plan, changed its name to the Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc., and became a funding organization.

The records consist of legal and corporate records, board and committee records, meeting files, administrative and financial records, correspondence, publications, awarded grants, rejected grant proposals and photographs.

ACCESS

This collection is open to the public without restriction. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

PREFERRED CITATION

Cite as: The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. Records, 1968-1995, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

ACQUISITION

Presented by The Health Foundation of Indianapolis, Inc., Board of Directors, June 1996-January 1997. A1996-012 and A1997-002

Processed by Malgorzata Myc, June 1997.

HISTORICAL NOTE

The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. was originally founded in July 1968 as the Metropolitan Health Council of Indianapolis, Inc., an Indiana non-profit corporation, by representatives of several community medical and social institutions a nd agencies, and interested physicians. Its initial goal was: "to establish a limited system of local centers to serve the health needs of the disadvantaged areas of the city and county."

Between 1968 and 1972 the Council helped to establish three small community health centers (the Martindale Center, the Southeast Center and the Central Health Center) and assisted two others in opening their doors to provide medical services in low-incom e neighborhoods. The Council role was to coordinate activities, raise funds and evaluate the centers, which were managed primarily by two large hospitals, Marion County General Hospital and Methodist Hospital. Initially the Council obtained the funding an d worked with the Indiana State Board of Health, the Indiana Regional Medical Program, the Indianapolis Model Cities Program, the Community Action Against Poverty Program, the Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County and other local social service agencies such as Flanner House, all of which were committed to providing assistance for the development and expansion of health services for medically indigent citizens. The Indiana University School of Medicine donated some services. Funds were always g ranted for short terms and required continual grant writing efforts. In 1970-72 the institution tried to obtain longer term federal funding by submitting a proposal to the Office of Economic Opportunity to develop a Community Health Network. In 1971, the Washington OEO Office of Health Affairs awarded the Council a $98,000 planning grant to study the development of a prepaid community health network for the Indianapolis area, and in 1972 awarded the Council a $2.3 million grant for the development of this project.

On January 1, 1974, the MetroHealth Plan began operations. The Metropolitan Health Council founded the Plan as an alternative means of health care delivery to the people of Indianapolis. The Plan was designed to benefit the Indianapolis community by offe ring high quality comprehensive and personalized health services to a voluntarily-enrolled membership (family or individual) for a fixed, prepaid fee. The key to the program was regular medical check-ups to catch illnesses before they progressed to where they were they were more harmful and more costly to treat. On January 1, 1977 the Council obtained qualification of the MetroHealth Plan as a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) under the HMO Act of 1973.

By late 1981 it was clear that the Councils not-for profit status was restricting the ability of the MetroHealth Plan to grow. The federal loans and grants available to non-profit HMOs in the 1970s were ended by the Reagan administration, encouraging the operation of HMOs as for-profit entities. To insure continued growth the Board of Directors decided that MetroHealth Plan needed to be affiliated with a larger operator of HMOs. In January of 1985 the Plan was sold to the for-profit HealthAmerica, the largest independent investor-owned operator of HMOs in the United States, for $12.5 million. The Board believed that the sale of the Plan was in the best interests of its current and potential members.

In 1984 the Council had changed its name to MetroHealth, Inc., but after the sale of its assets the corporation changed its name back to Metropolitan Health Council of Indianapolis, Inc. After the transaction, the Council began planning its future operat ions as a charitable foundation. The proceeds from the sale were invested to be used to fund various health-related charitable, educational and research projects in the Indianapolis community. In 1986 the corporation's name was changed to the Health Found ation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc.

The Health Foundation is currently committed to improving the health status of adolescents, and to addressing issues of HIV and AIDS.

REFERENCES

The Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives at IUPUI possesses in its reference collection, A look back: examining the past and celebrating the present of The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc., by Beth Van Vorst Greene, Indianapolis, Ind .: The Foundation, 1995 [Call number: Spec. Col. Ref., RA424.G74, 1995].

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The collection consists of records of the Metropolitan Health Council of Indianapolis, Inc. (1968-1986), its successor, The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. (1986-1995), as well as MetroHealth Plan records (1974-1985). The history of The He alth Foundation of Greater Indianapolis , Inc, and its predecessors, is an integral part of the history of philanthropy, and health care history in Indianapolis. The Foundation records reflect the changes in the health care of the economically disadvanta ged of Indianapolis in the past thirty years, both from an administrative and a medical viewpoint through the minutes of its governmental and administrative bodies, legal and financial documents, correspondence, institutional reports and other publicatio ns, as well as grant files. Although the records kept during the early years of the Council's existence are fragmentary and incomplete, those for the MetroHealth Plan and the Foundation provide good documentation of their development and operation.

The records have been divided into twelve series: Legal/Corporate, Board of Directors, Board of Directors/Committees, Meeting Files, Publications, Administrative, Correspondence, Financial, Photographs, Grants awarded, Scholarship Fund, Rejected Grant Pro posals.

Legal/Corporate Files, 1968-1993, consist of copies of Articles of Incorporation, original and amended, (1968-1993), Certificate of Incorporation 1968, and Code of By-Laws (1968-1987). They include also the 197 6 Federal HMO Qualification Application for Metropolitan Health Council of Indianapolis, Inc. with attachments.These historical documents reflect the structure and functions of the corporation, which ensure its consistency and continuity.

Board of Directors Files, 1968-1992, records include Annual Reports and Reports for the People from the years 1972-73, 1976-83, 1988-1992, and 1995. Although it is not a complete set, the contents of existing r eports such as Board Actions, Chairman's, Executive and Medical Directors reports, and financial and statistical reports, is a valuable source of information on the development of MetroHealth Plan during its 1976-1983 period of operation.

The other part of this record group are minutes with attachments from regular and special board meetings (1968-1991), and from meetings with Price Waterhouse (1987). They also include Executive Committee minutes (1971-86, 1990-91), board member lists, an d correspondence regarding the IRS Report on Examination and the Foundation's protest (1987).

The history files contain the history and analysis of the prefunding stages of the MHC (1968-72) done by Department of Medical Care Organization, School of Public Health, The University of Michigan in 1976. The early history consists of a chronological na rrative of events and factors which led to the MHC's obtaining health network grants from the OEO and an analysis of the significance of them, particularly as they affected the subsequent development of the network. Statement of Facts, the other history summary, written in 1987 as a part of the MHC Protest to IRS, emphasizes the foundation's background and analysis regarding the Council conversion and sale of MetroHealth Plan. The sub-series also includes the Foundation's legal and brief histories.

This series consists as well of materials related to the 1991 summer workshop and special meeting for the board members on the policy governance model and policy development. Records include instructions and working documents for the Health Foundation, and proposed governance policies, which were accepted at the Special Board Meeting on December 5, 1991.

Board of Directors/Committees Files, 1970-1973, consists primarily of minutes with attachments and agendas from the following committees: Nominating (1972-89), Legal (1986-90), Finance (1970-73, 1986- 93), Grant (1986-93), By-Laws (1987-93), Grievance (1976-84), Public Relations (1988-93), and Medical Audit and Review committees.

The Grant Committee, whose role is to review proposals submitted to the Health Foundation, is particularly well documented from its inception. Records include meeting minutes, criteria for applying for funds, outline of the grantmaking process, summarie s of the grant commitments made by the board, and reviews of board actions on grant proposals.

Meeting Files, 1969-1985, include minutes and related materials from the general annual (1969-1984), and special meetings (1972-73) of the members, as well as from Stockholders meetings (1984-85), meeting for new members, and meetings of community representatives on MHC Board of Directors. Annual meetings records are only fragmentary.

Publications, 1972-1995, include: a few issues of the newsletter Metrogram (1980, 1984-85), program brochures, and special studies. Particularly significant studies include: "Special Stud y of Metropolitan Health Council" (a 1973 study by the Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia, which provided assistance to the Council in determining what laboratory services should be offered by those health centers participating in an experime ntal community health network), "Estimates of Numbers of Poverty and Near-Poverty Individuals, Marion County, Indiana, by Location" (a 1970 Council study done as part of the planing process to improve the delivery of health care for families in Marion Cou nty which had limited accessibility to care), and "General Practitioners in Marion County, Indiana; Number And Location Of Offices In April 1972" (prepared by MHC in cooperation with Health Services Management Corporation of Indianapolis).

Administrative Files, 1969-1988, are divided into six sub-series:

 

Agreements and contracts, 1972-1988, consists of various agreements with related documents including hospital agreements and negotiation documents with Methodist Hospital and Southeast Hea lth Center for the provision of hospital services (1973, 1982-84), drafts of management agreements between MetroHealth and HealthPlans (later became HealthAmerica) from 1981-82, and a 1981 Blue Cross proposal.

The records also consist of various lease agreements (1972, 1986-1988), and an agreement between MHC and Perry Associates Architects (1972-73) to provide the architectural services to develop and build a prototype ambulatory health care facility designed for out-patient primary medical and dental care (Meadows).

Benefits file, 1973-1974, include MetroHealth Plan Benefits and related materials prepared by the Council for Southeast Health Center Board and Methodist Hospital Administration.

Conversion files, 1983-1984, contains documents regarding MetroHealth conversion from a non-profit HMO to a for-profit HMO. They include alternative models for transformation and document s regarding the structured issues related to the MetroHealth conversion.

Publications, 1978, 1984, include "Associate's Handbook", containing personnel policies, procedures and benefits, and "MetroHealth Plan Professional Staff", which provides essential i nformation regarding the 1984 MHP professional medical staff.

Reports, 1972-1987, includes monthly staff reports (1972-73) which provide a brief summary of staff activities such as: coming conferences, directors' meetings, tours, governing bodies meeting highlights, and information on the network project development. This group also consists of reports (1973-74) which were part of the planning process to improve the delivery of health care for families in Marion County, including the report on the data from the patient medical records at Southeast Health Center, Nutrition Program Report of services rendered during 1973, and estimates of numbers of poverty and near-poverty individuals by age group and location in the county (1970). The 1987 HMO Valuatio n Report, prepared by Richard Bohn, contains facts regarding the conversion of five charitable HMO's to for-profit status.

Sale documents, 1982-1985, includes negotiation correspondence regarding the sale of MetroHealth Plan and its assets to NewMetro, Inc., and the purchase agreement with attachments and exhibits. Also included is a proposed sale valuation, correspondence, and other materials from E.F. Hutton and Co. In approving the sale, the Board relied on the opinion of E. F. Hutton (a nationally known investment banking firm with extensive experience in the healt h care area in valuating HMO's), that the transaction was fair to the Council from a financial point of view and in the best interests of the plan. In rendering its opinion, E.F. Hutton undertook an extensive study of the books and operations of MHP and t horoughly studied other HMOs.

 

Correspondence, 1969-1977, consist of MHC Presidents' few letters from the years 1969-73, MHP Executive Director Richard Bohn''s correspondence (1973-77), and Board Chairman, George Ludwig's, correspondence (1973-77), including correspondence with governmental officials regarding development of the Plan and grant funds for development of neighborhood health centers.

Financial, 1968-1993, records are divided into six sub-series:

 

Budget, 1971, 1986-1989, 1993, include the Foundation's budget summaries, proposed and operating budgets.

Correspondence files, 1972-1993, contain a few letters regarding specific costs of operating the health center (1972-73), and correspondence with auditors: Coopers & Ly brand, and Katz, Sapper & Miller.

Reports, 1969-1992, include sets of annual and summary financial statements (1969-92), financial disclosure reports (Section 1318 of HMO Act), 1979-1984, and reports on Reimbursable Medi care Costs, 1980-82.

Fund-raising records, 1968-1982, relate to funds granted to The Metropolitan Health Council, Inc. by Indiana Regional Medical Program (1968-1972), State Board of Health (1968-71), the National Health Service Corps (1972), Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO/HEW), 1970-73, and others. These records consist of grant proposals, requests for renewal, agreements, related correspondence, reports and guidelines.

The records related to the grants obtained from the Office of Economic Opportunity document the development of an experimental community health network in Marion County (1972-1973), one of 14 such demonstration projects nationally. In addition, they doc ument the restructuring of the Metropolitan Health Council, and the development of the MetroHealth Plan as required by the OEO.

Loan files, 1977-1984, include loan applications, correspondence, and agreements with attachments, related to the loans from National Consumer Cooperative Bank and Department of Health, Educ ation and Welfare.

Tax files, 1972-1992, consist of Federal and State Income Tax Returns and correspondence with attached documents from Price Waterhouse Co. and Cohen & McKeithen regarding the IRS, taxes and MHC requests for a new determination of status as a private foundation, as a result of the sale of HMO. This series also contains the documents regarding the MHC appeal to IRS (1987) in response to its negative decision (a copy of the protest submitted t o the IRS, Statement of Facts for the MetroHealth protest, Price Waterhouse Co. Report of Examination - Exempt Organizations, proposing to revoke the Council's exempt status, with a set of copies of the supportive documents, as well as the IRS Report of E xamination)

Generally, the correspondence documents the long process of changing the institution's status from a not-for-profit corporation to a private foundation.

 

Grants, Awarded, 1985-1993, generally include grant proposals and agreements with related correspondence, close-out reports and evaluation of grants by the Foundation, grantee supportive information material s (mostly publications such as: newsletters, annual reports, informational booklets, and catalogs), and summaries of grant commitments.

Grant files illustrate the main Foundation's activity after the MetroHealth Plan was sold in 1985. They document how the foundation distributed money, how it operated its own foundation through the solicitation and consideration of requests from the gener al community, how it encouraged certain health related projects and programs, and how it promoted research and development in the provision and delivery of health care. It also shows the relationship with various Indianapolis area organizations and insti tutions. Important related information regarding grants, can be found in the Grant Committee minutes and related materials.

Scholarship Fund, 1984-1987, consists of letters to scholarship recipients and thank you letters from recipients.

Rejected Grant Proposals, 1985-1995, consist of rejected proposals with related correspondence and grant applicant information materials. Although this series does not include all of the rejected Foundat ion grant proposals (compare with Grant Committee minutes), it provides information on organizations applying for funds and the reasons they were rejected. These files clarify the boundaries of the Foundation's field of interest.

Photographs, 1994, nd., includes photos of board members (board retreat), HIV/AIDS Discussion Group, photos of health centers and buildings of supported organizations, neighborhood health clinics, Maternal a nd Child Health Day Nursery, Independent Living, etc. Photographs are partially identified.

 

 


 

SERIES LIST

CONTENTS BOX FOLDER
Legal/Corporate
  Articles of Incorporation, 1968-69, 1972-73, 1975, 1984-85, 1993 1 1-5
  Code of By-Laws, 1968-69, 1972, 1977, 1984-85, 1987 1 6-10
  Federal HMO Qualification Application, 1976 1 11-15
Board of Directors
  Annual Reports and Reports to the People, 1972-73, 1976-83, 1988-92, 1995 1 16-18
  Awards, 1989-92, nd 1 19
  Board Governance/Brain Storming Sessions, 1991 1 20
  Board Governance/Proposed Policies, 1991 1 21
  Correspondence re: IRS Report on Examination (includes protest), 1987 1 22-24
  Executive Committee; Minutes, 1971-86, 1990-91 1 25-31
  History/MHC, 1976, 1987 1 32-33
  Member Lists, 1968-89 1 34
  Minutes, 1968-83 1 35-43
  Minutes, 1984-91 2 1-15
  Meetings with Price Waterhouse; meeting notices, 1987 2 16
Board of Directors/Committees
  By-Laws; Minutes, 1987, 1989, 1992 2 17-19
  Committee general lists, 1982-91 2 20
  Finance, Minutes, 1970-73, 1985-93 2 21-28
  Grant; Minutes, 1985-1993 2 29-37
  Grant Review; Minutes, 1990-91 2 38
  Grievances    
    Minutes, 1976-1978 2 39
    Appeal cases, 1981-1984 2 40
  Legal; Minutes, 1986-1990 2 41-42
  Medical Audit; Minutes, 1979-82 2 43
  Medical Review; Minutes, 1973 2 44
  Nominating; Minutes, 1972-75, 1977, 1979-82, 1984, 1986-89 2 45-47
  Personnel; Minutes, 1980-82, 1989-92 2 48-49
  Public Relations, 1986, 1988-92 2 50-52
Meeting Files
  Annual Meetings; Minutes, 1969, 1971-73, 1977, 1984 2 53-54
  Other Meetings; Minutes, 1971-72 2 55
  Special Meetings (general); Minutes, 1972-73 2 56
  Stockholders Meetings, 1984-85 2 57
Publications
  METROGRAM, 1980, 1984-85 3 1-2
  Program brochures, 1995 and nd 3 3
  Special Studies, 1972-1973 3 4-5
Administrative
  Agreements/Contracts    
    Computer Management Systems, Inc., 1973 3 6
    Lease Agreements, 1972, 1986-88 3 7
    Management agreement (drafts) with HealthPlans, 1981-1982 3 8
    Methodist Hospital, 1973, 1982-84 3 9-12
    Perry Associates Architects, 1972-73 3 13
    Provider Agreement (draft) 3 14
  Benefits/MHP, 1973 3 15
  Conversion/MHC    
    Alternative Corporate Models for the Operation of MHP, 1983 3 16
    MHC Conversion, 1984 3 17
  Publications    
    MHP Professional Staff, nd. 3 18
    MHP Associate’s Handbook, 1978 3 19
  Reports    
    HMO Valuation Report, 1987 3 20
    Other Reports, 1973-74 3 21
    Staff Reports, 1972-73 3 22
  Sale/MHP    
    Asset Purchase Agreement with attachments, 1984 3 23
    Asset Purchase Agreement/Exhibits, 1985 3 24-25
    Blue Cross Proposal to buy MetroHealth, 1982 3 26
    E.F. Hutton Opinion, 1984 3 27
    E.F. Hutton Valuation, 1984 3 28
    E.F. Hutton Opinion Review Committee, 1984 3 29
    Letter to members and Proxy Statement, 1984 3 30
Correspondence
  Bohn, Richard, 1972-77 3 31
  Ludwig, George, 1973-77 3 32
  President’s, 1969-73 3 33
Financial
  Budget, 1971, 1986-89, 1993 3 34-36
  Correspondence    
    General, 1972-73 3 37
    Coopers & Lybrand (auditors), 1992-93 3 38
    Katz, Sapper & Miller (auditors), 1985-86 3 39
  Fund Raising    
    Comprehensive Health Services Section of the U.S. Public Health Service, 1969 3 40
    Indiana Regional Medical Program, 1968-72 3 41-44
    National Health Service Corps, 1972 3 45
    Office Of Equal Opportunity (OEO)/HEW, 1970-72 3 46-47
    Office Of Equal Opportunity (OEO)/HEW, 1972-73 4 1-2
    Other (proposals) 4 3
    State Board of Health, 1968-71 4 4
    Urban Health Initiative, 1980-82 4 5
  Loans    
    National Consumer Cooperative Bank (application and Agreement with attachments), 1981-84 4 6-7
    Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1977-79 4 8
  Reports    
    Financial Statements, 1969-92 4 9-18
    Disclosure Reports (Section 1318 of HMO Act), 1979-1984, nd 4 19
    MHP Reports on Reimbursable Medicare Costs, 1980, 1982 4 20
  Tax Files    
    Correspondence/McKeithen (Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan)-IRS, 1987-90 4 21-24
    Correspondence/Price Waterhouse-IRS, 1985-87 4 25-27
    Income Tax Returns/Federal, 1972, 1977-79, 1985-89 4 28-30
    Income Tax Returns/State, 1973-74, 1976-79, 1988-89 4 31-33
    Income Tax Returns/Federal and State, 1990-92 4 34-36
Photographs
  AIDS Damien Center, n.d. 4 37
  Board Members and Retreat (Conner Prairie), n.d. 4 38
  Buildings/Grantees 4 39
  HIV/AIDS Discussion Group, 1994 4 40
  Health Centers, n.d. 4 41
  Independent Living, nd. 4 42
  Maternal and Child Day Nursery, n.d. 4 43
  Maternal and Child Vivan Smith House, n.d. 4 44
  Neighborhood health clinics/Marten House, n.d. 4 45
  Staff/THF 4 46
  Stop AIDS Indiana/ICAAN group photos, 1994 4 47
Grants, awarded
  Adult and Child Mental Health Center, Inc., 1991-93 5 1
  Alzheimer’s Association, 1989-1992 5 2
  American Cancer Society, 1992-93 5 3
  American Lung Association of Indiana, 1992-93 5 4
  American Red Cross, 1993 5 5
  Associated Patient Services, Inc., 1989-92 5 6
  Bangladesh Relief Fund, 1991 5 7
  Barrington Health Center Capital Campaign, 1989-93 5 8-9
  Big Sisters of Central Indiana, Inc., 1988-92 5 10
  Blood Research and Education Foundation, 1986-90 5 11
  Breaking Free, 1992-93 5 12
  Caring Community, 1992-93 5 13-14
  Center for Attitudinal Healing, 1991-92 5 15
  Central Indiana Council on Aging, Inc., 1987-92 5 16-17
  CHAMP Camp, 1992-94 5 18-19
  Child Advocates, Inc., 1991-93 5 20
  Children’s Bureau of Indianapolis, Inc., 1989-93 5 21
  Citizens Health Corporation, 1989-93 5 22-23
  Citizens Energy Coalition Education Fund, Inc., 1993 6 1
  Clinical Training Associates, Inc., 1993 6 2
  Community Centers of Indianapolis, Inc., NEMSC, 1986-95 6 3-6
  Community Centers of Indianapolis, Inc., Transportation, 1986-91 6 7-9
  Community Hospital Foundation, 1991-93 6 10
  Community Leaders Allied for Superior Schools (CLASS), 1991-93 6 11
  Community Services Council, 1990-91 6 12
  Council on Foundations, 1986-95 6 13
  Craine House, Inc., 1990-93 6 14-15
  Crossroads Rehabilitation Center, Inc., 1986-92 6 16
  Damien Center, 1989-94 6 17-19
  Dayspring Center, 1994-95 7 1
  Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana, 1989-93 7 2-5
  Fairbanks TLC, Inc., 1990-93 7 6
  Family Advocacy Center, 1993 7 7
  Family Services and Prevention Programs, 1985-91 7 8-9
  Firefighters’ Museum and Survive Alive, Inc., 1987-92 7 10
  Funders Concerned About AIDS, 1994-95 7 11
  Gennesaret Free Clinic, 1988-93 7 12
  Girls Clubs of Greater Indianapolis, 1987-90 7 13
  Girls Incorporated of Indianapolis, 1990-95 7 14
  Gleaners Foodbank of Indiana, Inc., 1985-94 7 15
  Grantmakers In Health, 1989-96 7 16-20
  Health and Hospital Corporation/ACTION Center, 1985-93 7 21-24
  Health and Hospital Corporation for Health Advisory Council Development, 1990-93 8 1-4
  HealthNet Community Health Centers, 1993-95 8 5-6
  Hear Indiana (The Association for Children with Hearing Impairment), 1985-95 8 7-8
  Hemophilia of Indiana, Inc., 1992-94 8 9
  I-STAR (Indiana Students Taught Awareness and Resistance), 1992-95 8 10
  Independent Residential Living of Central Indiana, 1990-91 8 11
  Indiana Cares/Stop AIDS Program, 1993-95 8 12
  Indiana Chapter Prevention of Child Abuse, 1990-93 8 13-14
  Indiana Community AIDS Action Network (ICAAN), 1992-94 8 15-17
  Indiana Donors Alliance, 1989-96 8 18
  Indiana Family Health Council, Inc., 1989-93 8 19
  Indiana Family Health Services, Inc., 1991-94 8 20
  Indiana Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped, 1990-93 8 21
  Indiana Primary Health Care Association, Inc., 1990-92 8 22-23
  Indiana Society to Prevent Blindness, 1985-90 8 24
  Indiana Society to Prevent Blindness, 1990-93 9 1-2
  Indiana University/Medicine Packaging Project, 1986-93 9 3
  Indiana University/Molecular Neurobiology Conference, 1987-1990 9 4
  Indiana University/Renal Disease Project, 1987-92 9 5
  Indiana University/School of Medicine; Indiana Hemophilia Comprehensive Center, 1989-91 9 6
  Indiana University School of Psychology/Child Abuse Consortium, 1987-94 9 7-8
  Indianapolis Campaign for Healthy Babies, 1990-93 9 9
  Indianapolis Public Schools/Moratorium on Violence, 1993 9 10
  Indianapolis Public Schools/PASS Program, 1992-94 9 11
  Indianapolis Youth Group, Inc., 1991-95 9 12
  Julian Center, 1985-95 9 13
  Kaleidoscope Church and Community Partnership, 1991-93 9 14-15
  Lafayette Urban Ministry, 1991-94 9 16
  Lawrence City/DARE Program, 1992-93 9 17
  Life Center of Indianapolis, 1992-93 9 18
  Life Leadership Development, Inc., 1986-90 9 19
  MSD Lawrence Township/National Youth I-CARE Hotline, 1992-93 9 20
  MSD Washington Township, 1991-93 9 21-22
  Marion County Family Advocacy Center, Inc., 1991-93 9 23-24
  Marion County Health Department/ACTION Center, 1992 9 25
  Martin Center, Inc., 1991-92 9 26
  MacDonald, Dan Intership Fund, 1992 9 27
  Mental Health Association in Hamilton County, 1993 10 1
  Mental Health Association in Marion County, 1994 10 2
  Methodist Hospital/Teen-Tot Pregnancy and Parenting Program, 1990-91   3
  Minority Health Forum of Marion County, 1991-93 10 4
  National Center for Achievement, Inc. (NCA), 1991-93 10 5
  National Institute For Fitness and Sport, 1989-93 10 6-7
  National Kidney Foundation of Indiana, 1986-91 10 8
  Noble Centers, Inc., 1984-90, 1994 10 9-10
  Offender Aid And Resoration, Inc., 1988-94 10 11-12
  Opening Doors/Greater Southeast Healthcare System, 1993 10 13
  People’s Health Center, 1985-94 10 14-19
  Planned Parenthood, 1986-93 10 20-24
  Pleasant Run Children’s Home, Inc., 1986-95 10 25-26
  Poor People’s Action Council, Inc., 1993 10 27
  Ruth Lilly Center For Health Education, 1991-95 11 1
  Ruth Lilly Center for Health Education/Evaluate and Enhance Curriculum, 1991 11 2
  Ruth Lilly Center For Health Education/5th Grade IPS, 1992-1993 11 3
  Salvation Army, 1991-93 11 4
  Sigma Theta Tau International, Inc., 1987-92 11 5
  Social Health Association Of Central Indiana, 1994 11 6
  Southeast Health Center, 1985-90 11 7
  Southeast Youth Council, Inc,, 1992-94 11 8
  St. Elizabeth Home, 1993 11 9
  St. Mary’s Child Center, Inc., 1992-93 11 10
  St. Vincent Hospital Foundation/New Hope Group Homes, 1985-87 11 11
  St. Vincent New Hope, 1987-91 11 12
  Teen Track, Inc., 1993 11 13
  Tribute To Frank Johnson, 1992 11 14
  United Cerebral Palsy of Central Indiana, Inc./Summer Camp 11 15
  United Way, 1992-95 11 16-17
  United Way/Community Service Council, 1993 11 18
  United Way/Transportation Plan, 1992 11 19
  Visiting Nurse Home Care Foundation, 1986-95 11 20-21
  Vivan Smith House Teen Parenting Program, 1989-93 11 22-23
  Weed and Seed Program, 1992 12 1
  White, Ryan Foundation, 1988-96 12 2
  Wishard Memorial Foundation/Child Maltreatment Assessment Clinic, 1992-93 12 3
  Wishard Memorial Hospital/Community Health Centers, 1991-1993 12 4-5
  Women’s Health Task Force, 1990-91 12 6
Scholarship Fund
  Scholarship Fund; correspondence, 1984-87 12 7-8
Rejected Proposals
  Advisory Council for Women, 1993-94 13 1
  American Cancer Society, 1983-86 13 2
  American College of Sports Medicine Foundation, 1991-92 13 3
  American Heart Association, Indiana Affiliate, Inc., 1986 13 4
  American Heart Association, Marion Co. Chapter, 1986-89 13 5
  American Heart Association, 1993 13 6
  Anderson University, 1992 13 7
  Ball State University/Project Smart Start, 1989-90 13 8
  Bao-Ti Chen Scholarship/Methodist Hospital, 1985 13 9
  Beds And Britches, Etc. (BEBE), 1994-95 13 10
  Blood Research and Education Foundation of Indiana, Inc., 1991 13 11
  Caring Community, 1990-91 13 12
  Child Advocates/Law Library, 1993 13 13
  Citizens Health Corporation, 1986-89 13 14
  Clinical Training Associates, Inc., 1994-95 13 15
  Coleman Adoption Services, Inc., 1993 13 16
  Community Centers of Indianapolis, Inc., 1991 13 17
  Community Hospitals Indianapolis, 1986 13 18
  Creating Positive Relationships (CPR), 1994-95 13 19-20
  Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, 1990-92 13 21
  Damien Center/HIV Services Planning Program for Indiana, 1989-90 13 22
  Damien Center II, 1991 13 23
  Damien Center/Substance Abuse Education/Counseling, 1994-95 13 24
  Fairbanks Hospital, 1990-91 13 25
  Family Service Association of Indianapolis, 1991-92 13 26
  First Meridian Heights Presbyterian Church/Family CARES Program, 1995 13 27
  Foundation for Neurobehavioral Studies, 1992 13 28
  Franklin United Methodist Home, 1991 13 29
  Hands Across America, 1986 13 30
  Hemophilia of Indiana, 1986, 1994 13 31-32
  Independent Residential Living/Nanny Program, 1992 13 33
  Indiana Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 1991 13 34
  Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1991-92 13 35
  Indiana Community AIDS Action Network, 1992, 1994 13 36-37
  Indiana Council on Adolescent Pregnancy, 1992 14 1
  Indiana State University, 1991 14 2
  Indiana University/Department of Applied Health Science, 1989 14 3
  Indiana University/Infant Mortality Department of OB/GYN, 1989 14 4
  Indiana University/Medical Educational Resources Program, 1993 14 5
  Indiana University/Riley Hospital for Children; Sickle Cell Center, 1991 14 6
  Indiana University/School Liaison Child Abuse Forum, 1991 14 7
  Indiana University/School of Dentistry; Minority Student Services, 1991 14 8
  Indiana University/School of Medicine; Child Maltreatment Assessment Clinic, 1992 14 9
  Indiana University/School of Medicine; Institute of Women’s Health, 1987 14 10
  Indianapolis Alliance for Health Promotion, 1989-90 14 11
  Indianapolis Campaign for Healthy Babies, 1990-92 14 12-13
  Indianapolis Public Schools/School 86, 1993 14 14
  Indianapolis Speech & Hearing Center, 1992-93 14 15
  Indianapolis Resource Center for Independent Living, 1990-91 14 16
  Indianapolis Retirement Home, Inc. 14 17
  Irvington Pleasant Run-Run, 1989-92 14 18
  Leukemia Society of America, Inc./Patient Care Provider, 1992-94 14 19
  Leukemia Society of America, Inc./Patient Service Coord., 1993-94 14 20
  Lugar, Charlene S. Birth Defects Grant Fund, 1988-89 14 21
  Lutheran Child & Family Services/Family Prevention, 1993-95 14 22
  March of Dimes, 1986 14 23
  Marian College, 1985-86 14 24
  Marion County Health Department, 1987-88 14 25
  Marion County Healthcare Center, 1986-88 14 26
  Marion County Prosecutor’s Task Force/Drug-Affected Infants, 1989-90 14 27
  Meals on Wheels, 1990-92 14 28
  Methodist Hospital/Dale Benson-AMBUQUAL, 1986-87 14 29
  Methodist Hospital/Teen-Tot Pregnancy & Parenting Program, 1991 14 30
  Metropolitan Center, Inc., 1989-92 14 31
  Metropolitan Center, Inc./Adult Day Care, 1992 14 32
  MOM Prenatal Home Visiting Program, 1994 14 33
  National Institute for Fitness and Sport, 1992 14 34
  National Handicapped Sports & Recreation Association, 1985-86 15 1
  National Partnership of Indiana/Media Campaign, 1994-95 15 2
  Network, The/Info & Referral Network, 1994-95 15 3
  Noble Centers, Inc., 1989-91 15 4
  Noble Foundation, Inc., 1990-91 15 5
  PASS Project/Blue River Career Programs, 1993-94 15 6
  Pathway Family Center, 1994-95 15 7
  Planned Parenthood, 1990-91 15 8
  Planned Parenthood/HIV/AIDS Counceling & Testing, 1995 15 9
  PREVAIL, Inc., 1989-91 15 10
  PRIDE World Drug Conference (Indianapolis, March 23-25, 1995), 1994-95 15 11
  Raymond Park Middle School, 1993-94 15 12
  Riley Hospital for Children, 1993 15 13
  Shepherd Community, 1993-94 15 14
  Sigma Theta Tau International, 1985-88 15 15
  Sigma Theta Tau International/Research, 1991-95 15 16
  Southside Youth Council, 1995 15 17
  St. Elizabeth Home, 1992 15 18
  St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1990-91 15 19
  Third Christian Church, 1989-90 15 20
  United Cerebral Palsy of Indiana, 1987-91 15 21
  United Senior Action Foundation, Inc., 1987-90 15 22
  University of Indianapolis, 1991 15 23
  Villages of Indiana, Inc., The, 1989-92 15 24
  Wishard Memorial Hospital/Nicotine Replacement, 1994 15 25
  YWCA Encore Pilot School Wellness Program, 1989-92 15 27
  YWCA Planning Grant, 1992-93 15 28
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