Show your support for those who protect our community.
The Indy Public Safety Foundation (IPSF) was founded in 2014 by motivated civic leaders to enhance the safety and quality of life in the greater Indianapolis community.
Under the leadership of Board Chair, Nichole Wilson (Community Health) and Executive Director, Dane Nutty, IPSF works alongside our city's public safety agencies to develop innovative solutions and resources for addressing public safety issues in our community. IMPD Chief Randal Taylor, IFD Chief Ernest Malone and IEMS Chief Dr. Dan O'Donnell serve on the IPSF Board of Directors to ensure our work aligns with agency goals and achieves maximum impact.
Since its establishment, IPSF has invested over $3 million to launch and support programs and projects that impact both first responders directly as well as the communities they serve. From providing free, mental health services for first responders and their family members to removing thousands of square feet of graffiti to re-launching the IMPD Cadet program for youth workforce development, IPSF needs your support to continue its work.
The Frontline Experience has two goals: 1) provide a unique, meaningful opportunity for business leaders and community members to engage with public safety and 2) help sustain IPSF’s growth and ability to support public safety agency needs and requests.
The Indy Public Safety Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization; contributions to IPSF are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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