Name change and rebrand align with organizational mission and direction
We’re excited to welcome Kevin Brown and Chelsea Unogou—our first Trent L. Garrett Fellows—to the team!
Greater success comes through valuable partnerships! The team at Renew has provided a wealth of guidance towards strategic planning for all partners and extended access to training through NeighborWorks Training Institute for partners and staff.
In 2020, Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation (MBCDC) began a relationship with Renew Indianapolis as part of a collaborative trio delivering comprehensive community development programs.
Diversity of housing is what makes neighborhoods sustainable. Check out this video to learn how Renew helps people like Kris find affordable housing in communities they may have otherwise been priced out of.
Renew Indianapolis, a nonprofit that advances comprehensive community development through innovative financing and development solutions, announced today it has invested more than $2.6 million to preserve low-income homeownership through the Indy Affordable Modification Program (IndyAMP).
Sherri hadn’t had much luck in the housing market—that is, until her aunt recommended Renew Indianapolis. Now she’s in a wonderful neighborhood with a short commute to work. See what Sherri had to say about her experience.
Nathlie didn’t think an affordable home was out there. But with the help of Renew Indianapolis, she found the ideal space for her and her family. Find out what she had to say about using the Affordable Homeownership program.
A very warm welcome to our newest team member, David Herron, who will be taking on the responsibility of Build Fund Program Manager!
Cummins Inc. announced today a major grant of more than $1,000,000 to build Black homeowner equity in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood of Indianapolis.