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Help Provide Nourishment and Peace

As you sit down for meals with your family and friends this holiday season, please think about Tristan and his aunt Connie, who are among the nearly 1,000 families who live at The Julian Center each year. For every one of those families, sharing a meal together in peace is a priceless gift. Read More >>

Gen Con Names The Julian Center as 2015 Charity Partner

Gen Con, North America’s largest and longest-running gaming convention, has selected The Julian Center as its charity partner for 2015. Each year, Gen Con partners with one charity, local to Indianapolis, fostering events intended to create donations for the partner organization. Read More >>

Colts and Irsay Family Support Domestic Violence Charities

Since moving to Indiana 30 years ago, the Indianapolis Colts have supported thousands of charitable organizations addressing hundreds of important community needs, including the awareness and prevention of domestic violence. Read More >>

Empowerment and Counseling Center

The Sara and Albert Reuben Empowerment and Counseling Center merges several critical services into one location including: one-on-one advocacy; extended case management; counseling; legal services, Protective Order clinic ... Read More >>

I Am Safer

"I love The Julian Center because the school is great and I like the toys they give us. Also I am safer when I'm here. I love the Julian Center park. It is fun for us there! Thank you!" Read More >>

New World Health Organization

"According to the new [World Health Organization] report, about 1 in 3 women age 15 and above has been physically abused or raped, and over 85% of those women were attacked by their own partners." Read More >>

How Art Can Help Heal

The use of art therapy is instrumental in helping many victims of domestic abuse work through their complicated feelings after leaving an abuser. Here is one woman's triumph after working on a therapy project... Read More >>




We are deeply saddened at the loss of our friend, attorney and community activist Lawrence M. Reuben. Larry was a giant in philanthropy and a transformational figure for all the organizations he touched. He didn't just give money; he truly cared about the impact of his investments and honoring the legacy of his parents, Albert and Sara Reuben.

Beyond his philanthropy, he remained passionate and involved in the work of our organizations. He was the first one to send an email or make a congratulatory phone call when there was news of a success, and he spared no criticism of something with which he disagreed.

He was someone we could count on, to show up at events, to offer ideas and assistance, to heap on the praise when it was deserved, and to continue to fertilize the seeds he had planted in organizations whose work makes life better for all people in Indiana.

Albert and Sara Reuben Senior Community Resource Center
American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana
Beth-El Zedeck, Jewish Education program
Bureau of Jewish Education
Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP)
Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana
Grameen Bank Indianapolis
Humane Society of Indianapolis
Immigrant Welcome Center
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky
Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University
The Julian Center
United Way of Central Indiana
WFYI Public Media

   Women's Fund of Central Indiana    Lilly Endowment Inc.   Avon Foundation   United Way of Central Indiana     
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