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                         Fall 2017 Grants

Organization    Project Description   Awarded
Muscular Dystrophy Association   To send children from Floyd County, Indiana to MDA Summer Camp at no cost.   $2,742
Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana   To support an exercise class at Motion Studio and membership assistance for Parkinson’s patients at Full Moon Martial Arts for Rock Steady Boxing classes.   $4,500
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Kentuckiana Inc   To provide activities to help to increase skills, learning, and youth development through social, cultural, academic and recreational events for youth.   $5,000
Hoosier Hills AIDS Coalition   To be able to supplement our existing program to  with help with basic needs  for indigent and low income clients that are affected by HIV/AIDS with food/transportation, rent, utilities, medication and insurance co pays.   $5,000
Kentucky Shakespeare   To bring the interactive classroom performance workshop "Bard Buddies" to five Floyd County Elementary Schools.   $5,000
Louisville Orchestra   To fund two Children's Holiday free concerts at the Ogle Center.   $5,000
Open Door Youth Services   To purchase and install three industrial washer/dryer sets for a residential program serving 350 children per year.   $5,118
American Legion Post 28   Repair and upgrade current HVAC and install energy saving lighting and replace chairs   $5,355
Riverside Aquatic Club   To purchase starting blocks for Highland Hills Middle School’s (HHMS) pool, which is used by HHMS, Floyd Central High School (FC) and Riverside Aquatic Club (RAC) swim teams.   $6,424
IU Southeast Counseling Services   To increase understanding of mental health issues and effective treatment options, reduce social stigma of mental illness, and improve and save lives through the Mental Health and Wellness Seminar Series and the “Send Silence Packing” suicide prevention event.   $7,500
Metro United Way   To provide required matching dollars  for state-funded preschool through On My Way Pre-K for up to 100 low-income children.   $7,500
St. Marks United Church of Christ   To provide new underwear, socks, winter jackets, and blankets.    $7,500
NAFCS Schools   To purchase a WelchAllyn Spot Vision Screener VS100S-B with carrying case and neck strap.   $7,529
Brandon's House Counseling Center, Inc.   To provide 250 hours of free, Master's level counseling.   $7,750
Kentucky Harvest, Inc.   For operating costs.   $8,000
Lincoln Heritage Council Boy Scouts of America   Provide leadership, financial assistance, uniforms and supplies for a quality Cub Scout program at 5 targeted elementary schools with high population of minority and low-income families.   $8,000
St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities   To update St. Elizabeth's Emergency Women & Children's Shelter.    $9,216
Down Syndrome of Louisville, Inc.   To help fund multiple developmental and educational programs, provided at Down Syndrome of Louisville’s Lifelong Learning Center in New Albany.   $10,000
Floyd Central Marching Band   To purchase new marching band uniforms for Floyd Central Marching Band and Emerald Guard.   $10,000
Floyd Memorial Foundation   To support the Baptist Health Floyd Cancer Center massage therapy program for cancer patients.    $10,000
Grant Line Elementary   To connect our third and fourth grade students to the world wide web and technological resources that better enhance instruction, improve assessment,  and access online resources via Apple iPads.   $10,000
Holy Family Catholic School   To provide matching funds for the E-Rate monies we have been granted to improve the infrastructure of our school technology system.   $10,000
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc.   To support Junior Achievement classroom programs for 1,500 students fostering work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills.   $10,000
Miles for Merry Miracles   To improve and expand a youth led project that helps families and youth in need year round while strengthening their leadership and philanthropic skills and purchase indoor vertical gardens, lights and supplies   $10,000
New Directions Housing Corporation   For Repair Affair, which organizes resources and volunteers to assist low income people who are elderly and disabled with home repair.   $10,000
Southeast ISBDC   To fund services such as industry research, assistance with business planning, market research, assistance with financial planning and projections, establishing businesses within the state, seeking business financing to include the Horseshoe Revolving Loan.   $10,000
Waterfront Botanical Gardens   For a matching grant to buy smart classroom equipment for the indoor classroom at the Graeser Family Education Center.   $10,000
Our Place Drug and Alcohol Education Services, Inc.   To support Our Place's early intervention and outpatient program.   $10,239
The Healing Place   This grant will be used to aide the expansion building project of our men's campus at 1020 West Market Street in Louisville, KY.  We are currently turning away 300-400 men per month seeking help from their disease of addiction.   $12,500
Dare to Care Food Bank   To support Dare to Care’s Feeding Families program, helping to cover the cost of purchasing fresh produce and non-perishable foods as well as transportation expenses to deliver the food to families and individuals in need.   $15,000
Habitat for Humanity Clark & Floyd, Indiana   To provide materials to build a house for low-income families giving them an affordable mortgage, self-sufficiency and independence.  To our homeowners, a Habitat house means independence, strength, self-reliance, and a place to call home.   $15,000
Indiana University Southeast - Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center   To support the Ogle Center’s Children and Family Series and family-oriented programming for the 2017-2018 season.   $15,000
YMCA of Southern Indiana   To support the DIAMONDS / YCAP after-school mentoring groups for high and middle school girls / boys.   $17,000
Community Action of Southern Indiana   To offer the Life Literacy Academy Program to 275 students and family members.   $17,500
Hope Southern Indiana   To provide family stability in the area of basic needs and supporting wrap around services to families in crisis.   $20,000
Serenity House Inc.   To support recovery and services to homeless, chemically-dependent men on the streets, in jails, hospitals, and in the court system of New Albany/Floyd County.   $23,760
Total:       $353,133