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                        HFFC Fall 2016 Grants Awarded
Organization Name   Grant Purpose   Awarded
American Red Cross   To help fund a new bloodmobile to help secure more than 80% of blood in our region which is collected at schools, businesses, and organizations.   $8,500
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Kentuckiana Inc   To help to increase skills, learning, and youth development through social, cultural, academic and recreational events for youth ages 13 and over.   $5,000
Brandon's House Counseling Center, Inc.   To provide 225 hours of free, Master's level counseling to Floyd County families valued at $22,500.   $6,975
Center for Lay Ministries   For Floyd County residents to receive recovery, treatment and housing services while residing at Bliss House.   $15,500
Christian Formation Ministries   To help adult offenders make a permanent transition from incarceration to free society.    $7,000
Community Action of Southern Indiana    To help fund the Grassroots Family Life Academy, which will provide positive youth development for students who attend NAFC schools and crisis assistance for their families.   $18,695
Dare to Care Food Bank   To support Dare to Care’s Feeding Families program, helping to cover the cost of purchasing fresh produce and non-perishable foods as well as transportation expenses.   $17,500
Down Syndrome of Louisville, Inc.   To help fund multiple developmental and educational programs, provided at Down Syndrome of Louisville’s Lifelong Learning Center in Floyd County.   $8,000
Family Ark, Inc.   To make needed repairs to playground equipment.   $10,000
Floyd Memorial Foundation   To provide complimentary therapeutic massage treatments for cancer and other terminal or seriously ill patients receiving treatment at the Cancer Center or Baptist Hospital-Floyd.   $10,000
Friends of the Town Clock Church   To help fund the creation of an Outdoor Classroom/Garden plaza for students to gather for school tours and visitors for other public events at the Town Clock Church.   $10,000
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana   To provide membership assistance, basic scout uniforms and scouting manuals to girls in need in Floyd County.   $3,000
Hispanic Connection of Southern Indiana   To provide ESL classes for immigrants, Driver's Ed classes, and citizenship classes for legal residents.   $12,059
Hoosier Hills AIDS Coalition   To supplement our existing program with food /transportation vouchers, and to help with rent and utility payments for our indigent and low income clients that are affected by HIV/AIDS.   $5,000
Hope Southern Indiana   For Basic/Emergency Needs and Family Support services.   $20,000
Indiana University Southeast - Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center   To support the Children and Family Series of the Ogle Center's 2016-17 season, offering free admission for Floyd County students and residents to attend.   $15,000
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc.   To support Junior Achievement classroom programs for Floyd County students.   $10,000
Kentucky Harvest, Inc.   To help fund our People Feeding People food rescue program.   $5,000
Kentucky Shakespeare   To present Spring Shakespeare in Southern Indiana, providing six Floyd County middle and high schools and IU Southeast Theatre Department with training and experience in professional performance.   $5,907
Learning for Life, Lincoln Chapter   To cover the  youth participant fees to attend Adventure Camp.   $5,250
Louisville Orchestra   To provide free concerts celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Ogle Center at Indiana University Southeast.   $12,500
Metro United Way   To help support Begindergarten, a 4-week summer program designed to help children who have not attended preschool prepare to enter kindergarten at grade level.   $7,500
Miles for Merry Miracles   To help fund a youth led project that helps families in need during the holiday season while encouraging youth to form leadership and philanthropic skills that will  prepare them for college, careers and a lifetime of community service.   $3,750
Mt. Tabor Elemenatry   To fund two staff members attending the Conscious Discipline Summer Institute and to purchase additional materials for teachers and students to continue implementation of Conscious Discipline.   $6,676
New Directions Housing Corporation   To mobilize community-wide resources and volunteer support to assist vulnerable homeowners with essential home repairs.   $10,000
Norton Healthcare Foundation   To offer free yoga classes to individuals with neurological conditions i.e. Parkinson's, epilepsy, stroke, MS, etc.   $1,250
Our Place Drug and Alcohol Education Services, Inc.   For New Beginnings, an education program to support parents involved in high conflict separations and divorces  to improve the quality of the parent-child relationships.   $6,000
Providence House Self-Sufficiency Ministries   To help purchase psychological evaluation materials for adults and children who are referred by the Indiana Department of Child Services.   $10,000
Purdue University   To fund the Green Summer Camp.   $1,200
Serenity, Inc.   To deliver recovery and support services to homeless, chemically dependent men, women, and youth on the streets, in the jail, in the hospitals, and in the court system of Floyd County.   $23,760
Slate Run Elementary School   To fund a 2-day Conscious Discipline workshop for PreK-12 educators in public and private schools.   $6,000
St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities   To help pay for the creation of Holy Trinity Community Garden.    $5,000
St. John Center, Inc.   To help fund the emergency day shelter/social services center.    $3,500
St. Mark's UCC   To purchase new undergarments, socks, coats, and blankets for the Community Clothes Closet.   $7,500
St. Paul's Episcopal Church   To help fund safety and capacity building improvements to allow the Art on the Parish Green Festival to include more artists and vendors and to expand its ability to safely host community residents and visitors attending the 2-day event.   $7,210
StageOne Family Theatre   To provide students in the school system with an educational theatre arts programming, including customized In-School Residencies that help teachers reach curriculum goals.   $10,000
The Colon Cancer Prevention Project   To support community outreach and educational programming to boost colorectal cancer (CRC) screening of low-income, disadvantaged adults in Floyd County.   $6,295
Tri-County Health Coalition   To assist homeless veterans with community and social services in order to find stable homes and jobs and to provide each veteran with a backpack full of grooming supplies.   $2,500
Waterfront Botanical Gardens   To help fund the building of the Education Pavilion in the botanical gardens.   $5,000
YMCA of Southern Indiana   To support the DIAMONDS / YCAP after-school mentoring groups for high and middle school girls / boys, youth and their families to overcome obstacles that can stand in the way of academic and life success.   $16,000
 Total:        $350,027