Welcome to CFI-Indiana
350 Canal Walk, Suite A
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Parking and Pedestrian Map
Parking: There is free parking on New York Street just east of West Street and a stairway and elevator at the west corner of the bridge. Walk down the stairs and the Center is about a half block away. There is metered parking just north on Senate Avenue. If you have trouble finding a parking space or there is inclement weather, call 317-423-0710 for other parking options.
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Support CFI-Indiana Today
Thanks to your help and hard work, CFI-Indiana has continued to grow—and thrive. You can be proud that ours is one of the largest and most active CFI branches, not only within CFI, but compared with any secular organization in the country. However, to to sustain—and expand—the tremendous level of programming, outreach, and advocacy work we do right here in Indiana we need your financial support.
- To support CFI-Indiana with a one-time gift click here.
- To support CFI-Indiana with a monthly gift click here.
- To make a donation via fax or mail, please click here to download a pledge form.
Keep the Light of Reason Shining in the Heartland of America
283--Friends of the Center
$49172.53 in donations for 2012
Our estimated budget for 2012 was. $65,000.
What's Your Reason?
Let us know what CFI means to you! Send an email to email@example.com with your personal story.
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Center for Inquiry
P.O. Box 741
Amherst, NY 14226
Testimonials for which we do not have a signed form on file cannot be published.
Indiana Civic Day—February 8, 2014, Indiana State House north atrium.
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