FHLBank Indianapolis participates in many activities that give back to the community by matching employee donations to qualifying non-profit organizations and supporting qualifying non-profit organizations such as United Way. In addition, employees are encouraged to participate in community service projects, such as Habitat for Humanity and Indianapolis Public School #55.

You can see the many ways our employees serve our communities in our Corporate Social Responsibility Report. 

2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Below are updates of the latest initiatives from our employee groups. 

  • Rae Ann Wilson receives 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Citizenship Award

    Continuing a decades-old tradition, FHLBank Indianapolis has awarded the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Citizenship Award to Bank HR Generalist Rae Ann Wilson of Brownsburg. The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Citizenship Award was created in 2000 to showcase the talent, character and citizenship of the Bank’s employees, those who exemplify the principles and ideals championed by Dr. King. Nominated by their peers, 21 current and former employees have received the award for their dedication to local organizations, charities, church, and community activities.
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  • 2021 Intern Class Serves Residents of AHP Grant Recipient Pathway to Recovery

    On July 13th, the 2021 FHLBank Indianapolis intern class helped to put together hygiene kits for residents at Pathway to Recovery.
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  • United Way Fundraiser Helps Communities Across Michigan

    The 2020 United Way Campaign at FHLBank Indianapolis was one of the largest fundraisers that the bank has hosted, and the benefits of our employees’ charitable giving are still being seen well into this year. Last year, through employee donations and matching contributions, the bank raised a total of $103,000.
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  • Cultural Ambassadors Session – “Embracing Our Muslim Team Members”

    The celebration of Ramadan is an excellent opportunity to share information about Islam and Muslim culture. On April 12, our Cultural Ambassadors employee group held an educational session “Embracing Our Muslim Team Members.” Our Cultural Ambassadors assist the bank in expanding our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives.
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  • GEM Awards

    ​Recently, FHLBank Indianapolis held its eighth GEM Awards, an employee recognition program that awards outstanding employees quarterly. This peer-to-peer focused program has an emphasis on our Guiding Principles: Foster Collaboration, Champion Inclusion, Drive Transparency, Exemplify Trust, and Empower to Deliver Results.
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    On February 4, FHLBank Indianapolis celebrated Mitesh Doshi, our winner of the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Citizenship Award. Twenty-one current and former employees have received this honor for their dedication to local organizations, charities, church, and community activities. The award was introduced in 2000 to showcase the talent, character, and citizenship of its employees.
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  • Meals on Wheels Employee Match Program

    FHLBank Indianapolis employee groups like our Committed And Responsive Employees (C.A.R.E.) Committee continue to help those in need during the pandemic. They have developed a donation matching program for Meals on Wheels in Indianapolis and Detroit in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees donated $13,907, which will be matched by the bank for a total of $27,800.
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Our Guiding Principles provide a framework to help create and maintain the desired culture of FHLBank Indianapolis. It is how we work and interact as employees. It is the expectation of every employee to uphold and model the bank’s guiding principles. Further details on each of the bank’s five guiding principles can be found here.