Organizations

ORGANIZATIONS

HUNI – Historical Urban Neighborhood of Indianapolis –  was formed in 1985 as a gathering place and resource for the oldest and most vibrant neighborhoods in Indianapolis.  www.huniindy.org

IDI – Indianapolis Downtown Inc. –  Information regarding activities and events in downtown Indianapolis.  www.indydt.com

Indiana Landmarks –  Indiana Landmarks is a nonprofit organization, fighting to defend architecturally unique, historically significant, and communally cherished properties. We rescue them, we rehabilitate them, and we give them new purpose — saving our state’s shared heritage and bringing new life to communities.   www.indianalandmarks.org                               

Discover Indiana Avenue – Information on Indiana Avenue, an area that showcases Indianapolis’ rich African- American heritage. Indiana Avenue anchors the district that stretches from the Central Canal to the White River. This diagonal gateway to Downtown is home to the IUPUI campus, the city’s life sciences initiative and a collection of major medical campuses.  www.discoverindianaavenue.com

INRC – The Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center – a private non-profit organization established in 1994 to provide the information and assistance to neighborhood organizations so they can set their own priorities and effectively address the issues affecting the quality of life in their neighborhoods. www.inrc.org

Madame Walker TheatreThe Center upholds the traditions of days past, when the Indiana Avenue corridor was a bustling cultural, commercial, and community destination. At the same time, it enables today’s businesses, civic groups, and families, to add the Art Deco glamour of the past to today’s events.  www.walkertheatre.com

Freetown Village – Freetown Village’s mission is to educate the public about the African-American lives and culture in Indiana through living history performances, the collection and the preservation of artifacts, exhibits and allied programs.  www.freetown.org