The Fulton County Community Foundation (FCCF) recently awarded three community grants to local non-profits.
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The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana has awarded the final grants for their fiscal year, awarding $234,655.00 to 50 local charitable organizations.
Wayne County Foundation was recognized for its charitable work associated with Hayes Arboretum at the Arboretum’s annual dinner, receiving the Ronald L. McDaniel Award for Charitable Giving.
The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs is launching regional capacity building workshops to assist communities interested in preparing for the Stellar Communities Program.
Legacy Foundation received a $226,119 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to address food deserts in Gary and East Chicago.
Marjie Vertrees, a third-grade teacher, was able to explore the Great Barrier Reef; view penguins, koalas, sea lions and other wildlife; and spend time in various parts of Australia, funded in part with money awarded from the Juan J. and Rudee Rodríguez Teacher Travel Fellowship Fund.
In 2016, 979,538 Hoosier households were unable to afford the basics of housing, food, health care, child care and transportation despite working hard according to the 2018 Indiana ALICE® Report released by Indiana United Ways.
Foellinger Foundation announces support for limited asset improvement (LAI) project funds.
The Community Foundation of Louisville will host the 5th annual Give For Good Louisville on September 13, 2018.
Two recipients of the 2018 Governor's Arts Awards will be honored for their commitment to arts education.