Neighborhood Initiatives

Neighborhood Initiatives

“Neighbors helping neighbors” is how the museum approaches its neighborhood outreach initiatives. And no one better exemplifies this commitment than the museum’s own Director of Community Initiatives, Anthony Bridgeman. In 2012, Anthony was the proud recipient of Indianapolis’ Best and Brightest award from Junior Achievement in the Education and Nonprofit category. Bridgeman was instrumental in the development and implementation of the museum’s Neighborhood Club, Access Pass, and the Foster Family Membership programs.

Mid-North Quality of Life Plan

The Mid-North Quality Of Life (QOL) Plan began implementation in early 2012. Sponsored by the Local Initiatives Support Corporation-Indianapolis (LISC), the plan sets out a vision for substantial improvements in the quality of life experienced by Mid-North neighborhoods.

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StarPoint Summer Camp

StarPoint Summer Campwas established in 1986 to serve youths living in the museum’s neighborhoods, as well low-incomes families who may not have the financial resources to provide an engaging, curriculum-based summer experience for their children. The program offers...

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