Grants to Indiana nonprofit schools, libraries, institutions of higher education, and other public education organizations in eligible locations for education-related activities. Funding is intended for innovative programs and equipment purchases that enhance educational opportunities within specific academic disciplines. Organizations must be based in or have substantial programs in Gibson County.
The grant serves to provide funds for innovative projects, programs and equipment designed to enhance, at any level of instruction, mathematics, science and language arts education opportunities for youth and adult residents of Gibson County.
The Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grant, supported by a fund in the Gibson County Community Foundation, serves to provide funds and challenge grants to schools (including institutions of higher learning), libraries , and other public education organizations based or having substantial programs in Gibson County, Indiana.
Funding requests from nonprofit organizations not classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity may be considered provided the project is charitable and supports a community need. In some cases, organizations without the 501(c)(3) designation may be required to obtain a fiscal sponsor.