Foundation / Corporation
Indiana Youth Institute and Ball Brothers Foundation
In-kind grants to Indiana nonprofit youth-serving organizations in eligible counties for capacity-building activities. Grants are intended to provide professional consulting support, funding to attend professional development courses and training, and a registration and travel stipend to participate in the 2022 KIDS COUNT Conference. Eligible organizations are located in and serve the East Central Indiana counties of Delaware, Randolph, Henry, Jay, Madison, Grant, and Blackford.
Youth-serving organizations are invited to apply for assistance to improve their current effectiveness and their capacity to serve in the future.
Each grant recipient will receive the following:
GrantWatch ID#: 198833
Two grants will be awarded per year; one organizations will receive a stipend to attend the conference
Services valued at over $10,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online on the URL for Full Text, below.
Indiana Youth Institute
603 East Washington Street, Suite 800
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2692
USA: Indiana: East Central Indiana: Delaware, Randolph, Henry, Jay, Madison, Grant, and Blackford counties
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