Third Issue 2005

Fall has been a busy time for the Trust and its family of grantees, especially those who have provided help and hope to the many individuals, families and pets who unexpectedly found themselves uprooted from their Gulf Coast homes by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and relocated to Indianapolis or the Valley of the Sun. Our thanks and appreciation go out to the organizations and volunteers who extended their talents and resources to help more than 1,000 people start to rebuild their lives as well as the hundreds of men and women in our communities who traveled to the stricken areas to provide emergency assistance.


Next Application Deadline - January 6, 2006.

Bringing the Issue of Domestic Violence Out of the Shadows
During her life, Nina Mason Pulliam helped countless women gain self-sufficiency and provided many with educational scholarships to better their lives. Her legacy of empowering women continues today. Since its beginnings in 1998 the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust has awarded more than $5 million to 63 organizations in Arizona and Indiana that work to improve the lives of women and children affected by domestic violence. more>>

Third Round of Grants for 2005 Announced
The Trust awards $4,173,300 to 49 organizations in Indianapolis and Arizona. more>>

40 New Nina Scholars Begin Studies
The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust recently welcomed its fifth cohort of Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars to the new academic year. Trust president and CEO, Harriet M. Ivey, welcomed the Scholars and participating school program advisers, staff and officials to celebratory luncheons in Phoenix and Indianapolis. more>>

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