The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County (HFFC) is a private foundation, established in 1999 by Caesars Indiana in partnership with Floyd County and New Albany officials. Originally named The Caesars Foundation of Floyd County, it was renamed in 2008 when Caesars Indiana rebranded as Horseshoe Southern Indiana. The Foundation was created to provide an additional funding source for community organizations in Floyd County.
Numerous nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies that benefit residents of New Albany and Floyd County have received funds from the Foundation.
The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County has awarded $7.49 million to local organizations in Floyd County through the two annual grant cycles, with a total of $26.53 million including scholarships and major grants.
The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County is providing monthly FREE hardbound books to all Floyd County children under the age of five who are registered with the
Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
Go here to register your child!
The deadline for the fall grant cycle is now August 31st. Please contact our office if you would like to register for the fall grant writing seminar being held Thursday, August 9th at 6:00 pm at the Scribner Place YMCA.
Does your Floyd County organization need additional funding to pursue your program goals? As you look through our Web site, make sure you visit our Grant Applications page, review our guidelines, and the very helpful grant application tips. And don't forget to check out the organizations that received grants from us in past years, browse the history of our foundation, and read through our annual report.
The more you know about the projects we fund and how the application process works, the better your chances of successful grantseeking. Good luck!
The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County is now on Facebook! Please visit us!