The Great Places 2020 initiative collected Co-Investment Commitments from partners that are working together to transform these three strategic places.  Partners were asked to indicate what they were committed to contributing and, where applicable, identify a dollar amount.  These commitments represent a fraction of the planned work in the Great Places, as many partners were not ready to reveal publicly their projects in the works.

As of May 10, 2016,  over $84 million has been pledged to Great Places 2020 from over 50 partners.

Great Places 2020 Co-Investment Commitments
Organization Commitment Through 2020
Arts Council of Indianapolis Will support the theatrical productions of Bryan Fonseca in the River West Great Place through the Transformational Impact Fellowship.
Bose  Public Affairs In-kind leadership support of Great Places 2020 Steering Committee and participate through employee volunteer support and financial sponsorship.
Buckingham Foundation Will provide grant funding and involvement of key leaders in the initiative. $25,000
Business Ownership Initiative Will provide 1:1 coaching, workshops, micro lending to existing area businesses to maximize their fiscal sustainability. $750,000
BWI, Inc Will provider developer insight and leadership to Vitality Committee
Central Indiana Community Foundation Will prioritize philanthropic investments to Great Places and support backbone $250,800
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Priority enrollment in the TCM Explorers After-School Program for and the Mid-North Promise Program to  children residents of Maple Crossing Great Place and those who attend IPS School 43. $3,000,000
Christamore House Will provide resources and support to at risk children who live in the River West Great Place.
Christel House DORS Will provide resources and support for adults to go to school and attain their high school diploma in the River West Great Place.
Classical Music Indy Will provide music programming in each Great Place. $62,454
Cummins Will prioritize its volunteer and philanthropic contributions in the Near East neighborhood,  benefitting Englewood Village Great Place. $58,500
Department of Public Words Will lead a community mural project in each Great Place.
Efroymson Family Fund To support Cat Head Press in Englewood Village $50,000
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art Will engage the River West Great Place in ongoing programming, festivals and activities at the museum and connect  our Native American artists in residence to community institutions $125,000
Equity Financial Services Will provide in kind leadership and business connections.
Eskenazi Health Will work in each Great Place to advance livability efforts that promote physical and mental well-being and prioritize our food procurement to businesses located in a Great Place. $45,000
Eskenazi Westside Clinic Will provide a health population nurse in the River West Great place to support healthy lifestyles by providing health education and linking individuals to primary health care. $160,000
Farm 365` Create jobs for Englewood Village residents by supplying vegetables to anchor institutions
Habitat for Humanity Build two new and rehab one homes in River West Great Place $190,000
Hawthorne Community Center Will prioritze ongoing jobs training and early childhood education opportunities for residents.  Provide discounted zoo passes to residents. $345,916
Health by Design Health by Design will work to ensure the Great Places are safe, accessible and connected for people who walk, bike and ride transit.
Hearts & Hands of Indiana Will rehab homes in the River West Great Place. $750,000
Humane Society of Indianapolis Will provide Animal Welfare Educational Programming for the River West Great Place,  and activate Triangle Park. $10,000
Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority Will provide services and resources in the Great places related to Homeowner Rehab and Homeownership Opportunities. $1,056,852
Indiana Landmarks Promote historic significance of buildings and acquire threatened historic buildings
Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis As anchor institution, IUPUI will convene neighborhood planning efforts and provide facility, technical, student and faculty support to implement the Entrepreneurship Center in the River West Great Place. $2,734,048
Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership Will provide services for housing and homeownership in the Great Places $12,747,500
Indianapolis Public Schools Will contribute quality neighborhood schools and choice program options.
Indy Chamber Will offer the services of the Regulatory & Permitting Ombudsman, actively market small business support services, and advocate for transit improvements. $250,000
Indy Hub Market Great Places through Hello Neighbor! Experiences and No Mean City stories
IU Public Policy Insitute Inform Great Places evaluation process
John H. Boner Community Center Will coordinate Innovation Network School creation in Englewood Village, financing for housing related projects, bridge programming for adult job seekers and the Promise Zone federal opportunities. $4,929,050
JPMorgan Chase & Co. Will prioritize workforce readiness, financial capability, community development and small business acceleration in the Great Places. $500,000
JumpIN for Healthy Kids Will provide 4 programs; Healthy Places: Schools, Healthy Places: Child Care, Healthy Worksites, Healthy Kids and Healthy Neighborhood: Food Access in the Great Places $675,000
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful KIB will give special consideration to the execution of its programs in the Great Places, including Adopt-a-Block, Greenspace, and Clean-up programs. $1,000,000
Kinney Group Projected to add over 20 jobs, expand commercial footprint by 10,000 square feet and expand existing urban farm. $1,500,000
Local Initiatives Support Corporation Will prioritize program grants and real estate financing to efforts that implement the goals of the Great Places plans. $50,000,000
Mapleton Fall Creek DC Façade grant to long-standing businesses in Maple Crossing Great Place $500,000
MIBOR REALTOR® Association Engage realtors in activating Great Place housing markets and support of backbone activities $10,000
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Provided funding for TeenWorks Transformations, employing teenagers during summer to beautify all three Great Places. $100,000
Office of Senator Joe Donnelly Consistent advocacy and support for HUD Section 4 Funding, key funding to all Great Places lead agencies
Pia’s Urban Café and Market Will hire employees locally from Englewood Village neighborhood.
PNC Bank Will provide in kind leadership and prioritize philanthropic investment to Great Places. $50,000
Purdue Extension of Marion County Will offer expert facilitation, visioning and planning tools and resources to enable community engagement.
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis Will work to rehab homes in the Haughville community along with WCDC and work on Pershing Park. $500,000
Renew Indianapolis Will prioritize resources, including vacant land assembly and blight elimination.
Riley Community Development Corporation Will provide construction management and property development in the River West Great Place. $400,000
MesaVerde Press Commit to keeping business headquarters in Maple Crossing
St. Anthony Parish Will provide educational programming in the River West Great Place.
The Lord’s Pantry at Anna’s House Will prioritized food pantry and job skills training opportunities to residents of River West Great Place $165,000
Tlaolli Restaurant Commit to hiring locally in Englewood Village
Westside Community Development Corporation Provide housing and commercial redevelopment activity and convening support to River West Great Place. $1,210,000
United Way of Central lndiana Conducting an assessment of availability of quality educational programming in the Englewood Village Great Place.
Total: $84,150,120