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    HFFC Spring 2017 Grant Recommended 
Organization Name   Grant Purpose   Awarded
Central Christian Church   To help purchase hats, gloves, school supplies, toys, food and a Scholastic book to be placed in a holiday bag to be given to 300 students at S. Ellen Jones School.    $1,725
Develop New Albany   To fund reusable bags in an attempt to encourage the Community to shop/utilize cloth bags instead of plastic bags.   $2,000
Clark County Youth Shelter and Family Services, Inc.   To purchase class materials for Family Education classes and items to give to each youth during Safe Place presentations in Floyd County.   $4,043
Floyd County Health Department   To promote the newly established Addiction Hotline of the Floyd County Health Department as a primary referral source to treatment facilities and organizations that assist in the recovery process.   $5,000
IU Southeast School of Nursing   To increase understanding of poverty and improve quality of life for low-income individuals in Floyd County through an intensive learning experience for students and human service professionals.   $5,000
St. Vincent de Paul of OLPH   For emergency assistance to families in Floyd County for rent and utilities in order to prevent evictions.   $5,000
Georgetown Optimist Club   To correct a storm  water drainage problem into a Rain Garden habitat.   $5,860
Let us Learn   To inspire underserved children to make healthy food choices by growing vegetables from seed to harvest, then experiencing them through preparation and tastings.   $6,250
Speed Art Museum   To provide an interdisciplinary school outreach program, "Art Detectives", that takes works of art from the education collection into all 5th grade classes.    $7,000
The Center for Women and Families   To improve fire safety for our Southern Indiana Shelter and clients by adding fire panel lights and sirens in each of the client's sleeping rooms.   $7,835
IU Southeast School of Education   To improve educational outcomes for Floyd County K-12 students by supporting and retaining beginning teachers and increasing their effectiveness in the classroom.    $8,625
Personal Counseling Service, Inc.   For the “Mental Health in the Schools” pilot program; contracting a therapist in designated schools.    $8,900
Frazier History Museum   To fund The Underground Railroad Outreach Program to share the stories of the struggle and strife with audiences across Floyd County to promote understanding of this critical time in our shared history and its relevance to today.   $9,000
Carnegie Center for Art & History, Inc.   To fund the construction of Phase I of the redevelopment of the New Albany Riverfront Skate park into a skate-able work of public art, for the 2017 New Albany Public Art Project.   $10,000
Home of the Innocents   To provide Behavioral Health Services to children and their families in Southern Indiana, designed to prevent child abuse, and to help improve family functioning.   $10,000
Muir Manor   To provide new flooring for residents’ apartments in our low income senior housing building in order to provide a safe, appealing atmosphere in the homes of the older adults we serve.   $10,000
Our Lady of Perpetual Help   To purchase new Science textbooks and resources for Grade K-8 students to meet Indiana's new Science/Technology teaching standards.    $10,000
The Salvation Army   To help maintain a day shelter for homeless individuals and families while providing case management services for permanent housing.   $10,000
Visually Impaired Preschool Services   To provide in-home early intervention services to Southern Indiana children, age birth to 3, who are blind or visually impaired.   $10,000
Floyd County Token Club   To fund restoration work that will repair and stop water leaking in the building.   $11,096
Fund for the Arts   To fund 5x5 schools in New Albany/Floyd County Schools, which provide at least five arts/cultural experiences by the completion of grade five for students.   $15,000
HELP - Harrison Education and Literacy Program   To continue the Freedom 101 4-day Intensive Seminars and the Extended Follow-up Sessions in the Floyd County Jail  for our incarcerated citizens.   $15,000
Dress for Success Louisville, Inc.   To provide business-appropriate clothing, mentoring, & professional development programs necessary for unemployed and underemployed women in Floyd County.    $16,320
Actors Theatre of Louisville   To provide Playwriting residencies  which teach students critical academic and life-skills through the creation of dramatic works and participation in the New Voices Young Playwrights Contest and Festival.   $17,000
Rauch   To improve access to the community for individuals of the Rauch transportation program with the purchase of three wheelchair accessible vehicles.   $17,648
Floyd County Community Action Agency   To replace 155 Child Restraint Seats that are reaching mandated replacement.    $18,014
Louisville Urban League   To fund Financial Empowerment programs and foreclosure prevention counseling. Graduates of this HUD certified program may be eligible for down payment assistance and mortgage delinquency resolutions.   $18,750
Knights of Columbus   To restore tuck-pointing for failing brickwork and restoration of historic windows.   $21,250
TheatreWorks of Southern Indiana   To help create a community arts center to offer quality entertainment to the community, and promote the education of cultural arts in the county.   $23,685
Leadership Louisville Foundation Inc.   To help construct a new headquarters and community space to serve as the region's hub for problem solving, idea generation, and connections across economic, racial, and geographic divides.   $25,000
New Albany Floyd County Education Foundation   To fund Great Classroom Projects for NAFC students, teachers, and schools.   $25,000
Total       $360,001