about us

Glick Housing Foundation is an Indianapolis-based public charity providing affordable apartment homes with a focus on supporting resident well-being.

Our Approach

We ensure that existing affordable housing remains available and accessible to those who need it through preservation.

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history

Glick Housing Foundation was established in 2005, but our roots were planted in 1947.

The Glick Company was born out of a young WWII veteran’s desire to help his fellow GIs build homes for their families. Eugene (Gene) Glick and Marilyn Koffman married and founded the company in 1947 in Indianapolis. By the early 1960s, it was the largest single-family home builder in Indiana. The Glick Company built its first apartment community in 1962, and by the mid-1970s the business focused solely on multifamily housing development and management. With 58 years of housing experience under their belts, Gene & Marilyn Glick established Glick Housing Foundation in 2005.

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TODAY

Nearly 20 years later, the Indianapolis-based public charity provides affordable apartment homes to more than 11,000 residents in 46 communities across 11 states.

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Board of Directors

The team driving our mission forward.

  • David O. Barrett

    President
    Chairman, President and CEO,
    Glick Company
  • Adam Richter

    Secretary
    Executive Vice President & General Counsel,
    Glick Company
  • Stacey Sunderman

    Treasurer
    Chief Financial & Operating Officer,
    Glick Company
  • Dean Donnelson

    Director
    Retired,
    Glick Company
  • F. Brooke Dunn

    Director
    Counsel,
    Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Marianne Glick

    Director
    Board Chair,
    Glick Family Foundation
  • Drew Miroff

    Director
    Partner,
    Ice Miller
  • Kathy Overbey

    Director
    Retired,
    Glick Company
  • Thomas Schnellenberger

    Director
    Retired,
    Ice Miller
Resident Spotlight

Resident Spotlight

We love it here.

I have two kids and a husband. We’ve lived here for about ten years now. As our family grew, we grew into a larger apartment home here. It’s very nice. Now, we’re working toward a house. 

-Maryetta

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Glick Housing Foundation currently acquiring communities?

Yes. We are actively acquiring based on the following criteria:

  • Communities with 80+ units
  • Stabilized affordable, workforce, and naturally occurring affordable housing (Section 8, Tax Credit, and market rate)
  • Primary, secondary, and select tertiary markets
  • Open to considering acquisitions in any state. Glick Housing Foundation currently owns communities in Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

For more information, visit our acquisitions page.

I’m interested in applying to live in a Glick Housing Foundation community. Where should I start?

Thank you for your interest!

We recommend exploring the Communities page to find which communities best meet your needs. Each community page includes a website link where you can learn more and contact the team.

Do Glick Housing Foundation communities accept housing vouchers?

Yes, Glick Housing Foundation communities accept a range of housing vouchers.

Please contact the specific community to inquire about the types of vouchers they accept and current availability.

Is Glick Housing Foundation the same thing as Glick Philanthropies and the Glick Company?

Glick Housing Foundation, Glick Philanthropies, and the Glick Company are different initiatives that serve unique purposes.

Glick Housing Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity. It is one of the charitable initiatives within the Glick Philanthropies family. Glick Housing Foundation hires the Glick Company to manage its apartment communities.

To learn more about Glick Philanthropies, visit glickphilanthropies.org.

To learn more about the Glick Company, visit genebglick.com.

Does Glick Housing Foundation provide grants?

No, Glick Housing Foundation does not provide grants. Glick Housing Foundation provides affordable apartment homes and invests in onsite services to support resident well-being.

We’re currently providing a place to call home for more than 11,000 people.

 

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