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INDIANAPOLIS – On July 3 at 11:30, Marianne Glick, Director of the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Family Foundation and Tina Cloer, President of the Children’s Bureau will gather with students from this year’s Pro-100 program for a celebration lunch in the penthouse suite of the Ivy Tech Culinary Center located in the former Stouffers Hotel. Eighty-two…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Stephanie McFarland – 317.709.8728; stephanie@mcfarlandpr.com Statewide Candle-Light Ceremonies Will Mark Need to Make Children a Priority INDIANAPOLIS (April 12, 2013) – At 7 p.m. throughout Indiana on April 16, communities across the state will gather together simultaneously to hold candle-light ceremonies marking the need to prevent child abuse in Indiana. The…

The Children’s Bureau, Inc. Board of Directors today announced that Tina Cloer has been named as its new President and CEO. The selection was made after an extensive national search process. Cloer replaces Ron Carpenter, who left the Children’s Bureau in August after 16 years as President. “We are very pleased to announce this appointment”,…

Children’s Bureau, Inc. is proud to announce its new board members. Each member commits to aiding the Children’s Bureau with its mission, which is to preserve families and protect the future of Indiana’s children. New Board Members elected for three year terms include: Myra Borshoff Cook, Borshoff; Theresa Farrington Rhodes, Buckingham Foundation, Inc.; Chris Fetes,…

Ron D. Carpenter, President and CEO of Children’s Bureau, Inc. announced his resignation effective August 1, 2012 to accept a position as President of the Indiana State University Foundation. Carpenter has been with Children’s Bureau since 1987 and has served as the President and CEO since 1997. During his tenure as CEO, Carpenter has directed…

Children’s Bureau, Inc. received two Merit Awards for the Gene Glick Family Support Center at Indianapolis’ Monumental Affairs Event. Children’s Bureau was recognized in the Downtown Development Category with Shiel Sexton and (re)thINk Award sustainability category, along with Schmidt Associates. Children’s Bureau’s new state of the art facility also recently was awarded “Best Small Project”…

Children’s Bureau, Inc. welcomes nine newly appointed members to its Board of Directors. Board members serve a three year term, with an option to renew membership after their term expires. Board members are volunteers that are fully supportive of the mission of Children’s Bureau, which is to “Help Indiana Children in Need”. New Board Members…

Children’s Bureau, Inc. recognized two outstanding child advocates during their 2010 Annual Meeting. The Roberta West Nicholson “Child Advocacy Award” was presented to JauNae Hanger and The Indianapolis Star for their pioneering work that has brought attention to the many important youth issues in our community. Because of their efforts, youth have been made better…

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (ISO) and Children’s Bureau, Inc. have partnered to bring holiday joy to Indiana families facing financial hardship. You can give these families the wonderful gift of Duke Energy Yuletide Celebration for the special price of only $10 per ticket. Companies and individuals alike can participate in this effort and help local…

According to the Every Child Matters Education Fund millions of American children live in poverty, are alone every day after school, are without health insurance, have no early learning opportunities and are abused and neglected. The U.S. ranks 20th in child well-being among 21 rich democracies and federal spending on children are declining sharply as…