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Spring 2015 Grants Awarded  

Organization   Project   Awarded 
Actors Theatre of Louisville   To help fund the FCHS and NAHS New Voices Young Playwrights Contest.   $10,000
American Legion Post 28   For roof flashing repairs, structural rafter repairs, and replacement of shingles for the roof.     $10,000
American Red Cross   To help purchase one Ford Escape.    $7,375
Arts Council of Southern Indiana   To support the production of arts education and programs.   $10,000
Christian Formation MInistries   To help fund the Successful Re-Entry mentoring and recovery program so that criminal offenders become gainfully-employed, law-abiding citizens.   $7,500
Clark County Youth Shelter and Family Services, Inc.    To supplement Safe Place and Family Education classes that addresses the safety and success of Floyd County families and youth in crisis.   $4,368
Community Montessori   To expand its infant/toddler childcare program and also increase the capacity of its Early Education.   $8,000
Family & Children's Place   For a technology upgrade to improve efficiency and efficacy of staff, advocates and partners to help eradicate child abuse.   $15,000
Floyds Knobs Christian Church   To renovate to provide a safe environment for our children in our Seeds of Knowledge program which cares for children ages 2 months through 4th grade for flooring, doors, and an electrical upgrade.   $14,622
French Creek Settlement, Inc   To repair the road to the cemetery which has been eroded by drainage issues.    $10,000
Friends of Culbertson Mansion   To help match a $50,000 matching grant by the Jeffris Family Foundation of Wisconsin to complete the restoration of the Mansion’s second floor.   $17,667
Fund for the Arts   To provide funding for 5×5, an arts engagement initiative that links students, families, and local Arts groups to provide at least five arts/cultural experiences, by the completion of grade five.   $13,500
Georgetown Optimist Club   For a new floor to replace the old one to improve safety and rentals.   $5,000
HELP - Harrison Education and Literacy Program   Continue the Freedom 101 4-day Intensive Seminars + the Extended Follow-up Sessions in the Floyd County Jail, with its demonstrated reduction in recidivism rates for incarcerated citizens.   $15,000
Holy Family School   To install a size-appropriate restroom in the preschool.   $5,000
Miles for Merry Miracles   To a youth led project that helps families in need during the holiday season while encouraging youth to form leadership and philanthropic skills.     $5,000
Muir Manor   For a storage shed and parking lot repair at our low income senior housing building.   $3,036
New Albany Floyd County Education Foundation   To provide engaging and creative supplemental classroom resources for teacher and students through the Great Classroom Projects    $12,500
Norton Healthcare   To provide no cost breast cancer screenings and education to medically underserved women in Floyd County using our Mobile Prevention Center and Nurse navigators.   $8,057
Open Door Youth Services    To partially fund renovations and improvements to the Open Door Youth Services facilities.   $25,000
Our Place Drug and Alcohol Education Services, Inc.   To support evidence based afterschool and classroom based prevention programming to 4th grade students as well as new financial software for grant and donor management.   $4,375
Rauch, Inc.   For funding to use as a match to purchase a van awarded through a Federal transportation grant.   $9,500
Serenity, Inc.   To provide recovery and support services to the homeless, chemically dependent men, women, and youth.    $15,000
Silver Hills Historical Society   To develop the Silver Hills Historic Nature Trail.   $10,000
St. Mary of the Knobs   To help with the St Mary of the Knobs Childcare improvements including new flooring, window coverings and painting.   $10,000
St. Vincent de Paul of OLPH   For emergency assistance to families for rent and utilities.   $10,000
The Louisville Orchestra   To help fund MakingMUSIC concerts, Martin Luther King Day concerts and school visits by chamber ensembles in partnership with the Ogle Center to introduce 3rd-12th graders to orchestral music.   $10,000
VFW Post 1693   To provide updated bathrooms for persons with physical problems.   $24,500
        $300,000