Indiana War Memorials Foundation

Indiana War Memorials Foundation

The Indiana War Memorial Commission preserves and showcases a portfolio of museums, monuments, and artifacts, telling the stories of Hoosier veterans and their service from the American Revolution to the present day. Among the IWM’s most treasured holdings: irreplaceable hand-made battle flags, many from the American Civil War, the majority endangered by wear, age, contaminants, … Continued …

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana provides organizational leadership for girls and adults in a large number of Hoosier counties: 35, at the time GSCI embarked on a capital campaign to replace its longtime office space with a building more suited to its mission and its people. B Plus C Communications researched, wrote, and designed a … Continued …

Tomorrow’s Canopy campaign

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

The emerald ash borer first reached the United States in the 1990s, stowing away in wooden shipping crates bound for Michigan from China. In the insect’s native habitat, many trees display natural immunity to it, but in the U.S., thousands fall prey to its devastating effects every year. At historic Crown Hill Cemetery, this invasive … Continued …

Annual Appeal cards

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

The third-largest non-governmental cemetery in the United States occupies 555 acres in the heart of Indianapolis. Founded in 1863 as a not-for-profit institution, Crown Hill Cemetery relies on its Heritage Foundation, also not for profit, to preserve and restore the historic treasures on its grounds. The Heritage Foundation calls on B Plus C Communications for … Continued …

Boone County Senior Services

Boone County Senior Services

Many not-for-profit organizations, especially those that provide vital social services to otherwise under-served populations, stand or fall on their infrastructure’s ability to support their programming. When Boone County Senior Services outgrew its longtime headquarters in Lebanon, Indiana, its not-for-profit foundation embarked on a capital campaign aimed at raising the $2,000,000 necessary to build a new … Continued …

Indiana/World Skating Academy

Indiana/World Skating Academy

At Indiana/World Skating Academy, world-class competitors train with elite coaches and families share fun on the ice. Since I/WSA opened its doors in 1987, it has nurtured talent, added ongoing revenue to the City of Indianapolis, and donated ice time to other community organizations. Faced with the need for a new facility that offered better … Continued …

Phoenix Theatre

Phoenix Theatre

The Phoenix Theatre, an Actors’ Equity member institution, presents diverse plays, including recent Broadway hits (which it’s often the first Midwest theatre to stage) and new works by Hoosier playwrights. It mounts productions on two stages in a renovated church that’s been its home since 1988. Faced with ongoing needs for updates to its physical … Continued …