Donors to the Washington County Community Foundation Award over $30K
Grants totaling over $30,000.00 were awarded to several Washington County organizations by donors of the Washington County Community Foundation for the Spring 2017 grant cycle. Grants are awarded from the Foundation’s Touch Tomorrow funds.
The newly organized Salem Mounted Search and Patrol will be receiving a $2,795.42 grant to purchase a break-away splint stretcher and one set of low angle rescue ropes and equipment.
Hoosier Hills PACT is the recipients of a $2,402.00 grant from the Women’s Fund. PACT plans to improve their playground area, landscape the buildings, and beautify the exterior of the domestic violence shelter.
A $9,000.00 dollar for dollar challenge grant has been awarded to the Town of Campbellsburg for a community play park. The Town of Campbellsburg would like to utilize funds to for the installation of updated, safe playground equipment in the town area.
Patrons of the Salem Senior Citizens Center might feel safer due to a grant of $1,657.00 for an AED and medical storage cabinet to be kept at the center.
Blue River Services’ Jackson Court Apartments will see improved resident amenities with the addition of a senior fitness zone that will give residents of the complex, including those with disabilities, on-site access to exercise equipment thanks to a $3,250.00 grant.
The Washington County Food Bank has the opportunity for a $10,000.00 grant to assist with the purchase of their new building and upgrades.
A $3,250.00 grant has been awarded to the Salem Municipal Airport Board of Aviation Commissioners to assist in relocating the existing fuel farm from its current location to the new facility.
Washington County Community Foundation is a nonprofit public charity established in 1993 to serve donors, award grants, and provide leadership to improve Washington County forever