Gene Glick and Marilyn Koffman marry and form Indianapolis Homes Inc., a builder of single-family homes.
Indianapolis Homes changes its name to the Gene B. Glick Company, Inc.
The Gene B. Glick Company becomes the largest single-family home builder in Indiana.
The Company enters the multi-family housing market, building its first apartment community, Williamsburg East, in Indianapolis.
Gene Glick founded Pro-100, a six-week summer youth employment program for economically-disadvantaged youth in Indianapolis. Pro-100 taught teens the importance of self-discipline, a hard day’s work and giving back to the community. Pro-100 has evolved into TeenWorks.
Gene and Marilyn Glick establish the Glick Family Foundation to support their charitable outreach.
Gene and Marilyn Glick established the Glick Fund at the Central Indiana Community Foundation and the Glick Fund at the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis to support a variety of causes in Central Indiana.
Gene and Marilyn Glick established the Glick Housing Foundation – dedicated to the acquisition, development and preservation of quality and affordable housing for all.
The Glick Family Foundation and The Glick Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, announce a $18 million gift for the construction of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
The Eugene & Marilyn Glick Family Foundation announces a $30 million gift to the Indiana University School of Medicine for the new Glick Eye Institute in Indianapolis.
The Glick Housing Foundation acquires its first two properties, Loper Commons in Shelbyville, Indiana and Hampton Court in Indianapolis.
Marilyn K. Glick passes away, 1922-2012.
Gene B. Glick passes away, 1921 – 2013.
After nearly 12 years of planning and construction, the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick officially opens as a completed project.
Glick Philanthropies was established to bring together Glick’s various philanthropic efforts including: affordable housing, community leadership and grantmaking.
Creation of the Far Eastside Success Initiative – a long-term, comprehensive community investment strategy on the Far Eastside of Indianapolis, led by Glick Philanthropies.
The Glick Family Foundation granted the Glick Housing Foundation $1 million to provide all foundation properties with a service coordinator to help residents fully leverage community services.
The Success Center at Carriage House East is opened to help residents achieve their goals.