September 7, 2022, Fort Wayne, IN — The Mad Anthonys Foundation unveiled a new program enabling all northeast Indiana-based nonprofits to apply for grants, effective immediately. Previously, the Foundation had donated funds raised through its two signature events – the Pro-Am golf classic and Red Coat Gala – to a small number of nonprofits on […]
August 31, 2022, Fort Wayne, IN — The Mad Anthonys Foundation has announced Savaná Griffing as its new executive director, effective Sept. 1. Griffing replaces Kathy Eikenberry, who is stepping down after several years of service to Mad Anthonys. Griffing brings nearly 10 years of experience in operations, administration, leadership and education to the role. […]
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Fort Wayne, IN (April 21, 2022)—One of northeast Indiana’s most venerable and well-known organizations unveiled a new brand identity that pays tribute to its past, present and future.
Fort Wayne, IN (January 13, 2022)—Mad Anthonys has named Purdue’s men’s basketball coach Matt Painter, as well as Rick and Vicki James of Metal Technologies Inc. and the James Foundation, as its 2022 Red Coat recipients.
Fort Wayne, IN — Mad Anthonys is recognizing the co-author of one of Indiana’s great entrepreneurial success stories as its 2021 Red Coat honoree.
Fort Wayne, IN — The Mad Anthonys is celebrating a return to an in-person golf charity event in 2021 by returning to its roots.
Fort Wayne, IN—Leaders from the Mad Anthonys Children’s Foundation presented Mad Anthonys Children’s Hope House with a check for $115,000 raised through the 2019 Red Coat Dinner and Charity Golf Classic held last month.
We’re pleased to name Fort Wayne native and NFL star Jaylon Smith, as well as local business leader and philanthropist John Tippmann, Sr. our 2019 Red Coat recipients. Click here to learn more about the nominees.
Click below to find out how Coach Donley’s career stands out and how he continues to make Fort Wayne proud. http://www.journalgazette.net/sports/colleges/local-colleges/20180918/legend-continues-to-grow