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Spring 2016 Grants

Organization   Grant Purpose   Awarded
Indiana Youth Institute   To bring together youth workers and local leaders to learn about youth development topics, resources, and address community needs as related to youth and families.   $3,000
Develop New Albany   To re-design the Website to promote economic development and tourism to our Downtown.     $3,449
Louisville Visual Art   To provide intensive, in-depth art experiences to talented elementary and middle school students.    $3,500
Georgetown Optimist Club   For sidewalk repair to provide safe passage into the club.   $3,600
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.   $3,624
New Roots, Inc.   To work with fresh food insecure communities in New Albany to create sustainable systems (New Albany Fresh Stop Market) to access farm-fresh food.   $5,000
Purdue Extension Floyd County Office   To purchase a Lanier DD 4450 digital duplicator to replace a outdated Risograph machine.   $5,200
St John's Lodge#8   To renovate the Lodge's Kitchen to include sub floor, updated fire suppression system and purchase new commercial kitchen equipment.   $6,500
St. Vincent de Paul of OLPH   To provide contributions for emergency assistance to families for rent and utilities in the New Albany area to prevent evictions.   $7,500
Home of the Innocents   To provide individual and family therapy services in our Southern Indiana office designed to prevent child abuse, to stop children from entering out-of-home care and to help improve family functioning.   $8,000
Indiana University Southeast   To create online access to stories of students, faculty, staff and our community through the student newspapers microfilming and digitization.   $8,000
Our Lady of Providence Jr.-Sr. High School   To create an interference and diffraction lab to be used in its STEM program.     $9,000
Actors Theatre of Louisville   To fund playwriting residencies to teach students critical academic and life-skills through the creation of dramatic works and participation in the New Voices Young Playwrights Contest and Festival, which offers a chance to see their work produced live on stage at Actors Theatre.   $10,000
Arts Council of Southern Indiana   To provide funding for the many arts programs and educational experiences that are provided by the Council for our community.    $10,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana   To help expand and provide more impactful year-round educational programming for the Ed Endris Club.   $10,000
Friends of Open Door Youth Services   To improve the experience and health of the children who call Open Door Youth Services home by expanding opportunities for a fit and safe lifestyle.   $10,000
Fund for the Arts   To help provide five arts/cultural experiences by the completion of grade five for students through the Funds 5x5 program.   $10,000
Guerin, Inc.   To fund an Art Therapy program for elders and residents who experience memory loss primarily through dementia, Alzheimer's or other related illnesses.   $10,000
HELP - Harrison Education and Literacy Program   To continue the Freedom 101 Intensive Seminars and Follow-up Sessions in the Floyd County Jail, which reduces jail incidents and recidivism rates for our incarcerated men and women.   $10,000
Personal Counseling Service, Inc.   To provide 50 hours of psychiatric care through the innovative process, tele-psychiatry.   $10,000
St. Mary of the Knobs   To provide partial funds for new paint and flooring for our 2nd through 6th grade classrooms, new desks and chairs and renovation of the bathrooms.   $10,000
Family & Children's Place   To upgrade the digital video recording system used to investigate and prosecute child abuse cases in Southern Indiana.   $10,325
LifeSpan Resources   To provide home delivered meals to Floyd County elderly/disabled citizens who are currently on a waiting list.   $12,500
Carnegie Center for Art & History, Inc.   To create a Bicentennial exhibition on the New Albany band Houndmouth that has experienced an unprecedented rise in popularity, with a local, national and international fan base.   $12,706
Rauch, Inc.   To purchase computers and monitors vital to the work of the organization.   $12,750
New Albany Parks Department   To purchase a new van to transport citizens of all ages to community events and recreation programs throughout the New Albany area.   $13,637
New Albany/Floyd County Habitat for Humanity   To provide materials to build houses for low-income families giving them an affordable mortgage, self-sufficiency and independence.   $15,000
Town of Georgetown   To help fund the construction of a walking path, public restroom facilities and parking lot improvements for Ashley Mariah Park in Georgetown.   $15,000
The Center for Women and Families   To update the safety and security of our Southern Indiana Campus by replacing fire alarm system and updating security door access control system.   $16,383
Ohio Valley Creative Energy   To fund a lease to own agreement with the Clark-Floyd landfill for property that will provide methane gas energy for artists and educational programming.     $17,500
Green Valley Elementary    To help supply chrome book tablets a for approximately 100 students involved in the after school program.   $20,000
Scribner Middle School PTO   To turn the existing school courtyard into an outdoor learning space with raised garden beds for hands on experiments, benches for reading and tables with shade cover for classroom instruction.   $22,826
New Albany Floyd County Education Foundation   To fund Great Classroom Projects for NAFC students, teachers, and schools.   $25,000
Total:       $350,000