Grants to LaGrange County, Indiana nonprofits and agencies for creative programs that address the needs of the local community. The Foundation is particularly interested in innovative programs in the areas of education, recreation, environment, health and human service
Grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 to Indiana organizations for programs that benefit residents of Owen County. Grants of up to $250 are also available to support area teachers. Funding is intended for both new charitable programs and projects that require durable equip
Grants of up to $3,000 to Indiana nonprofits to promote public awareness and knowledge of autism and provide support to individuals who are on the autism spectrum and their families. New and innovative ideas that support the funding source's mission are encouraged.
Grants to Warren County, Indiana nonprofit organizations, coalitions, civic groups, and community associations for programs and projects that primarily focus on the areas of education, recreation, arts and culture, citizenship, the environment, and/or economic developme
Grants to Wells County, Indiana nonprofit organizations for programs, projects, and services that will enhance the quality of life for residents. Funding is intended for the focus areas of arts and culture, education, youth, civic affairs, community development, environ
Grants to Montgomery County, Indiana nonprofits, agencies, and schools for a wide range of community benefit initiatives. First-time applicants must schedule an appointment with staff before applying. Funding is intended for the areas of arts and culture, community deve
Grants of up to $3,000 and grants of up to $10,000 to Michigan and Indiana nonprofits and agencies in eligible areas for programs that focus on poverty reduction, education, and community vitality. Priority is given to programs that support the most at-risk populations,
Grants of up to $5,000 and larger grants of up to $40,000 to Indiana nonprofit organizations, educational organizations, and government agencies to benefit communities in the City or Aurora, and Ohio and Ripley Counties. Applications will be considered in the areas of h
Grants of up to $10,000 to Indiana nonprofit organizations and individuals in Hancock and parts of Henry, Hamilton, Madison, Rush, Marion, and Shelby Counties for community benefit projects and financial assistance. Grants to individuals are made only to help individual
Grants to Indiana youth working with a nonprofit to develop a service project that will improve the quality of life for residents of Rush County. Funding is intended to support youth involvement and encourage philanthropy for the next generation of community leaders.