The Circle City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, encourages you to vote on this Election Day. The President of The Circle City Chapter, Debra Simmons Wilson shares her personal thoughts about ...Read more
Circle City (IN) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated is hosting a workshop for African American young women in 9th – 12th grades called Real World for Real Girls. This year’s theme is “Women ...Read more
Join us for the 2nd installation of our Informative Heart Health Series presented by the Indianapolis (IN) Chapter and the Circle City (IN) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. FREE to the Public ...Read more
To close out the 2014 year on a high note, on December 31st, the Circle City (IN) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated presented over $500 in gift cards to help the clients of Coburn Place. Link ...Read more
Exciting news! Shalom Health Center has post-humously renamed their annual Back To School Health Fair after Dr. Dannee Neal, who was a member of Circle City (IN) Chapter at the time of her death. ...Read more
Circle City Chapter announces its STEM Scholarship for African American ladies who are high school seniors! We will be unveiling the STEM Scholarship at this year’s Jazz Brunch. The deadline is ...Read more
Since its inception in 1995, this Chapter has been a part of the international network of The Links, Incorporated. Links Chapters can be found in 41 states across the U.S., District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Bahamas. Our founding and guiding principles are Friendship and Service.
We serve our local communities with a specific focus on Health and Human Services – Services to Youth – The Arts – National Trends and Services – International Trends and Services. In Indianapolis, the Circle City (IN) Chapter has supported programs in collaboration with The Asante Children’s Theater, Marion County Health Department, Dress for Success, Shalom Health Center, and Coburn Place, just to name a few. Now in our 20th year, we continue to collaborate with community partners and civic leaders to channel our financial resources to address specific needs. Our primary focus is helping minority women and youth through our program facets mentioned above. Our passion is rolling up our sleeves to do the work that is necessary to transform lives and make a noticeable difference in our community. Our mission is Links FRIENDS working together to plan and SERVE through our program facets.
We welcome you to this website – a glimpse into who we are and what we do. We also invite you to stay connected to the Circle City (IN) Chapter through Facebook and follow us on Twitter @CircleCityLinks
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