Give To Grant Community Impact Fund

Total Granted as of March 13, 2020
$1,134,021.92
Total Raised Since Fund Established
$3,986,190.24

*updated monthly

Fund Purpose:
These funds allow the Foundation to make grants to address our most pressing community needs.

Fund Story:
It’s because of uncertain times like this that we created our GIVE TO GRANT COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND many years ago. This Fund provides flexible financial support to trusted nonprofit partners across Grant County who are responding to critical needs. The Fund also allows the Community Foundation Board to be nimble in their response to addressing our community’s most pressing and emerging needs, specifically with organizations working with our most vulnerable citizens.

COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants:
To expedite our regular granting procedures in this evolving situation, our Board of Directors has chosen to distribute awards from the GIVE TO GRANT COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND utilizing a method called “rapid response grantmaking”. Our COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants will sustain and develop vital community services for residents who stand to lose the most from the unfolding emergency. This is why the ability to rapidly provide flexible resources to nonprofit organizations who are working on the frontlines, engaging and supporting individuals impacted by COVID-19 and the broader ramifications of this health crisis, will be paramount.

The Rapid Response Grant application is now CLOSED.

 

Total COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant Awards ($129,127): 

May 26th ($7,000):
Hope House Ministry, Inc.
Hands of Hope

May 5th ($12,500):
Bridges to Health
Ivy Tech Foundation

April 28th ($18,939):
Grant County Senior Center
Carey Services of Grant County
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Home
Gas City Rescue Squad

April 7th ($17,488):
Affordable Housing
Gas City EMS
Lift Eastbrook Afterschool, Inc.

March 31st ($26,200):
Bridges to Health
St. Martin Community Center
Children’s Bureau (Grant County)
Hope House Ministries
Grace House for Transition and Recovery
Life Stream Services
People for Animals Working Side by Side (PAWSS)

March 24th ($47,000):
Family Service Society
Carey Services
Project Leadership
Second Harvest Food Bank
Grant County Rescue Mission

 

General Fund Impact:
The Give To Grant Fund has also impacted Grant County through grants given to the following organizations:

 

Affordable Housing Corporation Veterans Service Office Meals on Wheels, Marion Area, Inc
Carey Services WonderSpace Oak Hill United School Corp
CSA – Community School of the Arts Marion Design Co.  Science Central
Fairmount Police Department Family Service Society St. Martin Community Center
Friends of the Gardens of Matter Park Hoosier Shakes Taylor University
Gilead Ministries Marion Parks and Recreation United Way of Grant County
Grant County Family YMCA Cancer Services of Grant County Walkway of Lights
Grant County Shriners Community Foundation Team Wilson-Vaughan Hostess House2
Jonesboro Historical Society Eastbrook Community School Corporation Marion Youth Judo
Launch Marion, Inc. Family Service Society Thriving Grant County
LEAD, Inc. dba YES Network Gas City Concerts in the Park Cancer Services of Grant County
Little Giants Preschool Grace House for Transition & Recovery Junior Achievement
Main Street Marion Grant County Sheriffs Chaplaincy
Marion Grant County Senior Center Indiana Wesleyan University
Marion Public Library Lakeview Christian School
Mississinewa Valley Band Launch Marion, Inc. – The Refinery
Quilters Hall of Fame Lift Eastbrook Afterschool
Services for the Visually and Hearing Impaired Madison-Grant United School Corp
St. Paul Catholic School Marion Community Gardens Association
The King’s Academy Marion High School Alumni Association

 

Fund Page Details:
Donating to this fund will increase the impact of its charitable fund purpose and grantmaking abilities. Clicking “Give Online” will allow you to make a charitable gift to this fund held at the Community Foundation of Grant County. Or mail your check to our office instead by using this donation form. Additionally, gifts of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, insurance, and estate plans are also accepted.

*The amount listed above may not be up-to-date. Call the Community Foundation for the most up-to-date fund balances.

 

 

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Loretta Tappan

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