Words for Good is pleased to announce that Southeast Community Services (Southeast) has been awarded $50,000 from the Clowes Fund to further its Center for Working Families (CWF) initiative which provides employment support and long-term asset-building services for disadvantaged residents of southeast Indianapolis. A leading Center among the six local Centers within the Indianapolis CWF Network, Southeast has seen a 35 percent increase in the number of job seekers attending its orientation in the past year. The Clowes Fund award will support personnel, including one of Southeast’s three full-time Employment Coaches, as well as barrier busting services (support given on a case-by-case basis to assist job-seekers with overcoming specific barriers to employment). Established in 1952 by Dr. George H.A. Clowes and his family, the Clowes Fund supports education, the arts, and social services, giving priority to organizations in Indianapolis, New England, and Seattle. Click here for more information.