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           Horseshoe Foundation Fall 2014 Grants Awarded  

Organization Name Project Description Requested 
Floyd Action Network To help fund the FAN FAIR exposition of building products and technology designed for sustainable living. $1,500
Best Buddies Indiana To provide social inclusion for youth with disabilities through peer friendships among all students at New Albany High School. $1,500
Challenger Baseball Team To provide a sporting and team outlet for a group of handicapped individuals. $1,580
St. John Center, Inc. To replace aging heating units. $1,824
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana, Inc. To provide curriculum-based activities to children matched in the one-to-one mentoring program. $2,500
Cooperative Purdue Extension Floyd County To offer iPad Essential Workshops for Adults to be taught by 4-H Junior Leaders. $3,500
IU Southeast Career Development Center To create an online training module for students who are interested in completing an internship. $3,500
NAFC Schools Educational Support Center To establish a library to reflect the interests and vocabulary appropriate to students reading below grade level. $4,125
Hoosier Hills Aids Coalition To help subsidize the financial needs of HIV+/Aids clientele living in Floyd County. $5,000
IU Southeast School of Education To purchase Einstein Tablets with appropriate probes to prepare education majors for the classroom. $5,000
Voiture Locale No. 1250 To support the purchase a walk-in cooler to better serve our veterans and community. $5,000
Miles for Merry Miracles, Inc. To improve and expand a youth-led project that helps families in need during the holiday season. $5,000
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, Inc. To provide IU Southeast students with experience working with a professional theatre company. $5,000
Camp Quality Kentuckiana To fund a week- long camping experience and year round support for children with cancer. $6,030
USA Cares, Inc. To expand and promote programs and services to military families in Floyd County. $6,910
St. Anthony School To help purchase tablets to expand educational opportunities and improve technological literacy for grades 5-8, special needs students, and enrichment programs. $7,500
Family Ark To fund a Learning Lab to help youth develop new skills for successful living. $7,500
Visually Impaired Preschool Services To provide visually impaired children with early intervention and educational services. $8,000
Brandon's House Counseling Center, Inc. To offer free Master's level counseling to Floyd County families. $8,525
The Center for Lay Ministries/ Bliss House To fund ongoing renovations and repairs to the facilities. $8,775
Falls of the Ohio Foundation To partially fund renovations for the new exhibit-the Messaging Interactive Panel. $9,500
Blue River Services To fund education equipment and carpet for Rainbow's End Child Care Center. $9,700
New Directions Housing Corporation To bring intensive repair help to elderly and or disabled low income homeowners in Floyd County through Repair Affair. $10,000
Dress for Success Louisville To help disadvantaged women increase their preparedness for employment through the Career Transformation project. $10,000
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc. To teach financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness programs to Floyd County students. $10,220
St. Mark's United Church of Christ To provide clothing to individuals and families in need. $12,600
The Boys & Girls Clubs, Inc. To partially fund the purchase of a van and to install a gym divider curtain. $15,000
Hazelwood Middle School To implement iPad Technology in classrooms to enhance learning. $15,000
Dare to Care, Inc. To support the Feeding Families Program. $15,000
Carnegie Center for Art & History, Inc. To support the placement of 3 temporary, public art installations in downtown New Albany. $16,500
Floyd Memorial Foundation To provide therapeutic massage to patients suffering from cancer and other serious medical conditions. $18,000
Indiana University Paul Ogle Cultural and Community Center To support the Ogle Center's 2014-2015 performing arts season and to offer free admission for students to the Children's Series performances. $20,000
NAFC Habitat for Humanity, Inc. To build a 'Habitat' home in 2015 in the 2nd Annual Women Build project. $20,000
Town Clock Church Fund: KNAC&G, Inc. To continue the restoration of the historic Town Clock Church; focusing on the front of the building including the doors, lanterns as well as window repairs. $22,500
Hope Southern Indiana To support the basic and emergency needs program. $23,000
LifeSpan Resources, Inc. To provide home delivered meals through Meals To Go to the homebound and elderly. $24,711
    $350,000