Community Impact:  2010 to Present

Indiana Members Foundation (IMF)
ndiana Members Foundation was organized in 2010, exclusively for the purpose of being a positive influence in
the communities served by Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU); specifically, providing school children in these
communities with the necessities essential for learning and succeeding in their education.

Key Contributions:

  • One of the primary programs of IMF is to supply backpacks for local underprivileged children. IMF hasprovided 54,000 backpacks to area students.
  • IMCU members have contributed nearly 1 million school supplies to area schools through branch collections.
  • 3,800 School uniforms have been provided to area schools.
  • 3,000 books have been donated (Salvation Army’s Ruth Lily Women & Children’s Center).
  • $87,000 in grants has been provided from three different grant programs.
  • $126,000 in scholarships has been awarded from the Robert E. Martin Scholarship fund.

Additional community involvement:

  • Franciscan Health Foundation – IMCU has provided over $150,000 in support in the several decades ofpartnership with the foundation.
  • IMF offers Canvas for a Cause group painting classes as a fundraiser for charities that might not fit the IMFcontribution guidelines. IMF has helped over 80 organizations raise nearly $70,000.
  • IMF supplies a monthly lunch for Ronald McDonald House guests, served by IMCU employees.IMCU employees deliver for Meals on Wheels twice a month.
  • 20.5 tons of food provided to local food pantries since 2010.
  • $78,000 in Friday Employee Jeans Days contributed to local charities since 2016.
  • IMCU employees volunteer over 15,000 hours annually in the communities where they live and work.
  • Room sponsor of the new St. Vincent Education and Simulation Center.
  • Annual sponsor of The Chin Community Center and Chin National Day.