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We are so excited to celebrate 70 years of friendship and service in the Indianapolis community. All year, we will commemorate our 70th anniversary through service projects.
Cheers to 70 years...and counting!
70 Years of Service in Indianapolis
Established in 1951, the year marks 70 years of service to the Indianapolis community. We are honored to continue to render service.
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Who are We?
The Links, Incorporated is an international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946.
The membership consists of more than 15,000 professional women of color in 283 chapters located in 41 states, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. It is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of extraordinary women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.
Meet our President
Celebrate Women's History Month!
8- International Women's Day
13- Daylight savings time
17- Happy Charter Day, Indianapolis (IN) chapter!
20- Welcome Spring
Wishing you a safe and prosperous New Year!
1- Welcome 2022! Happy New Year!
10- Indy hosts the 2022 National College Football Championship
17- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
Celebrate Black History Month!
14-Happy Valentine's Day
21- President's Day
Carolene Mays Medley
28th President of the Indianapolis (IN) Chapter of Links
Meet our Chapter
The story of the Links, Incorporated speaks for itself. In the telling, there emerges the record of organizational experiences which is both spectacular and significant.
From its beginning, The Links has had a specialized approach to membership—personalized, controlled, evaluated and documented.
The Indianapolis chapter of Links was chartered on March 17, 1951 sponsored by Dayton and Cincinnati chapters; organized by Bess Simpson; fourteen charter members were installed by Letitia Rose, National Vice-President; Hortense Poindexter, Ruth Lewis and Ruth Jackson. This chartering increased the Central Area chapters to 13 and National chapters to forty-three.
The Links, Incorporated has made its name synonymous with effective programing. Each element of the three fold purpose of the Links—educational, civic and intercultural may be equated with one or more of the facets—Service to Youth, National Trends and Services, International Trends and Services, the Arts and Health and Human Services.
The purpose and true reason for the Links, Incorporated is to be of service to humanity.
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15- Good Friday
17- Happy Easter
20- Welcome Spring
March is National Kidney Awareness month. The Indianapolis (IN) chapter supports the black K.A.R.E. project.
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Help us kick off National Kidney Awareness Month to learn about the Black K.A.R.E. Project, which aims to increase awareness of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in Black communities. Black Americans account for 35% of the most severe form of CKD— kidney failure, but only makeup 13% of the U.S. population. Please join us as we provide information to help us better understand and combat chronic kidney disease.
Indianapolis (IN) chapter -Green Thumb project
The Indianapolis (IN) chapter hosted a Green Thumb project to help beautify the community.
Meet our GOTV Social Media Challenge Scholarship Winner
The Indianapolis (IN) chapter and the Circle City (IN) chapter congratulate our GOTV social media challenge scholarship Winner, Tiana Hall.
Tiana is a senior and biology major on the pre-med track at St. John's University New York campus. During her time at St. John's, She has participated in dance team, black student union, biology student club and university ministry community service programs. She is a mentor for incoming freshman through the RISE program.
Tiana plans to use her college degree to continue onto medical school to become a Cosmetic surgeon.
Tiana is a graduate of North Central High School.