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Community Foundation DeKalb County - DeKalb’s VOICE
Grants to Indiana nonprofit organizations, including student-led school organizations, for positive contributions to the local community in eligible regions. The purpose of funding is to support programs that address local educational and community needs. Eligible programs are those that benefit the residents of DeKalb County.
The Community Foundation’s youth philanthropy group, DeKalb’s VOICE, is a grant-making advisory group. VOICE meets once a month during the school year to learn about the community and its charitable needs. VOICE has members from DeKalb, Eastside, Garrett, and Lakewood Park Schools. Students must be in grade 9 through 12. The Dekko Foundation and Community Foundation DeKalb County sponsor DeKalb’s VOICE, working together to grow a new generation of philanthropic leaders.
GrantWatch ID#: 165766
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Contact Ashton Willis at the Community Foundation DeKalb County office (260) 925-0311 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Foundation DeKalb County
700 S. Main Street
P.O. Box 111
Auburn, Indiana 46706
USA: Indiana: DeKalb County
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