The Glick Company | Indianapolis Apartment Management Company

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It's an important part of our legacy, and it's what continues to make us special today. The Gene B. Glick Company was born out of a young WWII veteran's desire to help his fellow GIs build homes for their families. Eugene Glick founded the company in 1947 in Indianapolis, and by the early 1960s, it was the largest single-family home builder in Indiana.

Glick built its first apartment community in 1962, and by the mid-1970s the business focused solely on multi-family housing development and management.

Our company's reputation was built on our founder's commitment to integrity, quality construction, excellent service, and superbly maintained communities.

Today Glick is one of the largest privately held real estate management and development firms in the US, with more than 20,000 units in 12 states.

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Our History

The Eugene & Marilyn Glick
Family Foundation

Our company believes that business success comes with the responsibility to invest in organizations that impact the world in a positive way. Generous philanthropy is simply an expression of gratitude for and pride in our communities.

Gene Glick believed in giving back to the community. In addition to the company's commitment to providing quality housing for people of all income levels, he and his wife, Marilyn, established the Glick Family Foundation in 1982 to channel their philanthropic giving.

Glick's philanthropy focuses on four impact areas: 1) education, 2) arts and creative expression, 3) need programs and alleviating human suffering, and 4) self-sufficiency and job training. This focus is epitomized by the TeenWorks program, a summer internship program for economically disadvantaged youths that began as the foundationís Pro-100 program over 30 years ago. Today, TeenWorks is an independent 501(c)(3) organization that provides a six-week paid internship program for teens to gain real work experience. In addition to the internship program, TeenWorks provides college readiness and support services throughout the school year that assist teens in building professional resumes, gaining job skills, volunteerism, and much more. TeenWorks allows youths to explore opportunities for their future endeavors and believe in their skills and abilities. For more information, please visit www.teenworks.org.

The Glick Family Foundation has supported many other important organizations, including the following:
  • Glick Eye Institute at the Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Indianapolis Cultural Trail

  • Indianapolis Art Center

  • Second Helpings

  • Children's Bureau of Indianapolis

  • Wells Scholars Program at Indiana University

  • Indianapolis Museum of Art

  • Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

  • Riley Children's Hospital

  • United Way
In recognition of the Glicks' extensive philanthropy, they have received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Indiana Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives.

The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Foundation is not accepting grant proposals at this time. Please revisit this page for updates on our application process.

The Gene B. Glick Family Housing Foundation

The mission of the Gene B. Glick Family Housing Foundation is to acquire and maintain quality affordable housing, a valuable community resource. Each community in the Housing Foundation's growing portfolio operates as a nonprofit.

Its portfolio includes:

  • Hampton Court Apartments
  • Loper Commons Apartments
  • Wesley Park Apartments
  • Hathaway Court Apartments
  • Thompson Village Apartments
  • Suntree Apartments
  • Gardens of Greenbriar
  • Arden Woods
  • Windsor Park
  • Hunt Club
  • The Reserve at Chandler's Glen
  • Spring Hill Apartments
  • Timber Creek Apartments
  • Cambridge Square North
  • Colonial Square
  • Hammond Elderly
  • Santa Maria
  • Spruce Village
  • Carriage House East
  • Mann Village
  • Lake Oaks

The Glick Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis

The Glick Fund is a donor-advised fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis (JFGI). The Glick Fund of JFGI supports a number of Jewish organizations and agencies in Indianapolis, as well as programs and services that benefit the Indianapolis Jewish community. Past grant recipients include Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, the Jewish Community Center of Indianapolis, Hooverwood, Hillel at Indiana University, and a number of other constituent agencies of the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis. The Glick Fund of JFGI has also provided support for Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem and other programs and services in Israel. For more information, please visit www.jfgi.org.

The Glick Fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation

This Glick Fund was established by Gene and Marilyn Glick to support a variety of causes in central Indiana, including organizations and programs benefiting the arts, cultural and civic causes, health care and medical research, and numerous other community groups and organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life in central Indiana. For more information, please visit: www.cicf.org/page10003175.cfm.