On June 8th, community leaders joined Tangram in celebrating the grand opening of its new Connie J. Dillman Center for Autism and Behavioral Health. Located in the Broad Ripple area, the center will provide services to individuals and families and will specialize in serving “transition-aged” youth from 14-24. The center will provide on-site services as well as those in the community (school and home).
Today Tangram, Inc., a local not-for-profit serving Hoosiers with disabilities shared mid-point data from an on-going two year pilot matching their senior leaders and managers with certified professional coaches. The pilot, which began in 2021 was designed to provide additional support to leaders and managers as they navigate a tough employee recruitment and retention landscape in their industry. Tangram is partnering with Intentional Coaching + Consulting on the pilot program.
The early results are promising, seeing an increase in employee retention and decreased turnover. In addition, those participating showed improvement in several leadership domains, including time management, productivity and problem solving. Sam Criss, Tangram CEO stated “This pilot has proven the value of investing in non-profit leaders and the impact on not only those participating, but the entire organization”. The two year pilot will end this Summer, but Tangram plans to continue integrating the lessons learned from the pilot and continue practicing the leadership skills provided by the pilot.
Get your tickets here! Band Together for Tangram will be held on Sunday, May 7th,2023 at the historic Rathskeller Biergarten in downtown Indianapolis. The event will feature live music from The Jazz Director's Quintet and the headlining band, Toy Factory....
Join us in giving a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Tangram’s very own Liam Price for qualifying to compete in this years WORLD GAMES in Berlin! WOW! This is a HUGE accomplishment!
Liam is an extraordinary young man who has made his life purpose to promote inclusion of all with or without disabilities! Not only is Liam a very talented swimmer but he has also pushed out of his comfort zone to become a fantastic public speaker. He has been using his public speaking skills to encourage others to pursue their dreams and promote inclusion of all!
The Neighborhood Assistance Program (“NAP”) is a program of the State of Indiana, created by Indiana Code 6-3.1-9. Donors that receive state tax credits from an eligible non-profit organization may receive a reduction of their Indiana income tax liability valued at 50% of the amount of their donation. That means that if they donate $200 and receive tax credits for their full donation, they can receive a $100 tax credit, which is applied against their Indiana state tax liability (not their federal tax liability). That tax credit is applied when they file their next State tax returns.
Tangram, Inc., an Indianapolis-based non-profit announced today that it will begin offering new services for individuals with autism. Tangram has been serving Hoosiers with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Central Indiana since 1985 and is a United Way of Central Indiana partner agency.
Save the date for Sunday, May 7th for the next Band Together for Tangram fundraiser at the historic Rathskeller in downtown...
Tangram is proud to release its 2021-22 Annual Impact Report, summarizing our work supporting Hoosiers with disabilities throughout Central Indiana. We thank all of our dedicated employees, donors, stakeholders and the clients and families we serve. To support our...