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Fall 2015 Grants

Organization    Project Discription    Awarded
Arts Institute-IU Southeast   For group Music Therapy sessions to benefit Floyd County children and teens with developmental disabilities.   $2,940
Best Buddies Indiana   To sustain the current Best Buddies chapter at New Albany High School.   $3,000
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Kentuckiana Inc   For Project REACH activities which help to increase skills, learning, and youth development.   $5,000
Brandon's House Counseling Center, Inc.   To provide 300 hours of free, Master’s level counseling to teens and families.   $9,300
Center for Lay Ministries/Bliss House   For Floyd County residents to receive recovery/treatment services while in residence.   $15,000
Challenger Team   To provide a sporting and team outlet for a group of individuals with disabilities.   $1,420
Dare to Care Food Bank   To support their Feeding Families program, helping to cover the cost of purchasing fresh produce and non-perishable foods.   $15,000
Down Syndrome of Louisville, Inc.   To provide speech therapy and communication development services for children and adults with Down syndrome in Floyd County.   $12,000
Education Matters Southern Indiana   To increase the enrollment, retention and educational completion rates of adults with some post-secondary education but no degree or certification.   $12,500
Floyd Memorial Foundation   To offer therapeutic massage during treatment at the Cancer Center of Indiana.   $12,500
Friends of the Town Clock Church-KNAC&G   To restore two of the twelve stained glass windows in the historic Underground Railroad Church.   $13,111
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana   To provide basic scout uniforms and scouting manuals to girls in need in Floyd County.   $2,500
Hoosier Hills AIDS Coalition   To provide emergency services for our clients with need that are affected by HIV/AIDS.   $5,000
Hope Southern Indiana   To fund the Emergency Needs Program which provides support for families in need.   $15,000
IU Southeast - Ogle Center   To support the 2016 performing arts season, which will enable them to offer free admission for Floyd County students who attend the Children’s Series performances.   $12,500
IU Southeast Counseling Services   To provide funds for Mental Health First Aid training.   $4,272
IU Southeast School of Education   To train students to integrate technology in their teaching.   $6,245
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc.   To support Junior Achievement classroom programs for 1,300 Floyd County students.    $10,000
Kentucky Harvest, Inc.   To fund operating costs of Kentucky Harvest Services.   $8,000
Louisville Public Media   To expand the Education Outreach Program so that Floyd County students will receive greater exposure to classical music through donated instruments, community events and school performances.   $5,000
Metro United Way   To fund Begindergarten, a 4-week program designed to help low-income, under-served children who have not attended preschool prepare to enter kindergarten.    $7,500
Mt. Tabor Elementary   To purchase Conscious Discipline items for our staff which will help them implement it in the classroom.   $4,857
New Directions Housing Corporation   To fund Repair Affair Neighborhood Impact Program to help elderly, disabled low income homeowners in Floyd County.   $10,000
Norton Healthcare Foundation   To fund yoga classes for individuals with M.S., Parkinson's, stroke, etc.   $2,500
Our Lady of Perpetual Help   To help fund the installation of a chair lift for those with mobility challenges.   $3,000
Piankeshaw Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution   To restore the exterior of the east and south side of Scribner House in New Albany.    $20,000
Region 10 Adult Education   To help pay the high school equivalency test fee for low-income students.   $5,625
Slate Run Elementary School   To fund school administrators to attend the Conscious Discipline Advanced Institute and complete the certification process.    $3,350
St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities   For construction costs of the Marie's Ministry Community Distribution Center which distributes essential items for infants to community residents in need.   $15,000
St. John Center, Inc.   To support client assistance and client-related shelter expenses.    $4,280
StageOne Family Theatre   To offer educational theatre arts programs and In-School Residencies that help teachers reach curriculum goals.   $15,000
The Healing Place   To expand The Healing Place's Men's Campus in Louisville.    $10,000
Volunteers of America Mid-States   To help replace two vehicles with new wheelchair-accessible vans.    $8,000
Walden Theatre/Blue Apple Players   To provide two of its early childhood learning programs to 397 preschool students.   $4,600
YMCA of Southern Indiana   To support the DIAMONDS / Y-CAP after-school groups for middle & high school students to help them overcome academic and life obstacles.   $16,000
Total:       $300,000