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  2018 Fall Grants Awarded     
Organization    Summary   Awarded
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Kentuckiana Inc   To provide activities for Floyd County youth. Project REACH activities will help to increase skills, learning, and youth development through social, cultural, academic and recreational events for children and youth.   $5,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana   To open the first middle school Club in Floyd County at Scribner Middle School, to reestablish a Club presence in the community.    $25,000
Brandon's House Counseling Center, Inc.   To provide 250 hours of free, Master’s level counseling which will allow Brandon’s House to provide 250 free, one hour counseling sessions to Floyd County families.   $7,750
Carnegie Center for Art and History, Inc   To fund a dynamic series of new programs and resources interpreting the Underground Railroad; and support updates to technology in the Underground Railroad exhibition, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage.   $21,120
Christian Formation Ministries   To provide sixteen full or partial scholarships for the children of inmates and addicts to participate in our My Club/Camp David mentoring program.   $10,000
Clark County Youth Shelter and Family Services, Inc.   To purchase materials for Family Education classes and items to give to each youth during Safe Place presentations in Floyd County.   $4,618
Down Syndrome of Louisville, Inc.   To help fund multiple developmental and educational programs, provided at Lifelong Learning Center in New Albany to build the developmental assets of Southern Indiana children and adults with Down syndrome.   $10,000
Floyd County 4H Purdue Extension    To purchase equipment and supplies for expansion of 4-H STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, Math) related clubs and programs targeted especially to middle school and elementary students in Floyd County.   $6,300
Floyd Memorial Foundation   To support establishing a Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Unit at Baptist Health Floyd to effectively and readily treat babies born dependent on drugs and opioids due to their mother's abuse of drugs during pregnancy.   $20,934
Frazier History Museum   To expand and continue the Underground Railroad Outreach Program to share the stories of the Underground Railroad and the continued relevance of this critical time in history.   $10,225
Greenville Elementary School   To purchased leveled readers for K-4 teachers to use in their daily guided reading groups with their students.   $5,000
Greenville Historic Preservation Commission   The grant will be used to fund the John B. Ford historic marker awarded to Greenville by the Indiana Historic Bureau.   $2,500
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.    $10,000
HELP - Harrison Education and Literacy Program   To continue the 4-day Freedom 101 Intensive Seminars and the Extended Follow-up Sessions for men in women in the Floyd County Jail.   $15,000
Home of the Innocents   To provide Parents Acquiring Skills and Strength (PASS) classes to parents to educate, prevent child abuse, and improve family functioning.   $10,000
Honor Flight Bluegrass   To fly military veterans of WWII, Korea and Vietnam to Washington, DC to visit the memorials to their service and sacrifice and to visit Arlington National Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknowns.   $23,621
Hoosier Hills AIDS Coalition   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
Hope Southern Indiana   To provide family stability in the area of basic needs and family self sufficiency.   $20,000
Hosparus Health Southern Indiana   To support palliative care to improve the quality of life for those suffering from complex and life-limiting illness.   $10,000
Indiana University Southeast - Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center   To bring high-quality arts and educational programming to Floyd County students through the 2019-2020 Children and Family Series and family-oriented programming.   $15,000
IUS School of Education    To establish and sustain a reading clinic within the existing Project AHEAD program to improve reading skills for struggling elementary students in grades 2 through 5 and create service-learning opportunities for IUS elementary education majors.   $12,555
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc.   To support Junior Achievement programs for 1,500 Floyd County students in classrooms and 150 students in YMCA summer camp settings.   $10,010
Kentucky Harvest, Inc.   For general operating costs for redistributing food from those who have a surplus to those who need it on a daily basis.   $4,500
Kentucky Shakespeare   To provide 28 hours of arts programming through “Arts Immersions” at Slate Run Elementary and New Albany Senior High School, bringing interactive performances and hands-on classroom workshops serving all students at both schools.   $7,900
Lafayette Township Fire Protection District   To purchase equipment for swiftwater rescues throughout Floyd County when there is flash flooding or river flooding.    $19,986
New Albany Youth Football League   To purchase needed shoulder pads, helmets and jerseys.   $2,500
Open Door Youth Services   To purchase a vehicle to transport children in the Open Door residential program to various appointments, activities, and outings.   $13,132
Partnership for Engineering and Technology Education of Southern Indiana  (Purdue Polytechnic New Albany)   To give underserved Floyd County students’ real world engineering experiences in the classroom and prepare them to compete in the Kentucky Derby Festival RoboRumble Regional Tournament by providing STEM classroom equipment, supplies, training, and mentorship.   $16,500
Rauch   To improve working conditions for all staff in the lower plant at Rauch Industries  by repairing all leaks and installing an insulating foam layer and a water proof silicone reflective coating on the 27,800 sq. ft.roof.   $25,000
St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities   To provide shelter and stability to homeless and parenting single women working to overcome poverty, chronic homelessness, domestic violence, and other barriers keeping them from living an independent life and supporting their families.   $15,000
St. John Center, Inc.   To purchase shoes for homeless clients with medical needs, ID bracelets that indicate medical conditions, and hygiene items.   $1,015
St. Marks Clothes Closet   To purchase underwear, socks, jackets, blankets, eyeglasses, readers, and bags of health information with healthcare items.   $10,500
Sunnyside Youth Master Gardener  Program   To replace twenty raised garden beds  allowing participants to learn the benefits of growing sustainable & environmentally-friendly crops.   $4,334
The BreakAway   To provide addiction recovery services, treatment and housing.   $20,000
Total        $400,000