AWARDED

GRANTS

Community Foundation of White County

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2021 FALL COMMUNITY GRANTS

$2,900 to "All Aboard Monon" (via WC United Way) for lighting for new downtown gazebo

$409 to Boys & Girls Club of White County for the Umbrella Academy (purchase of umbrellas for Club members walking from school to new Club location)

$6,100 to Chalmers Community Church for playground renovation

$2,000 to City of Monticello Mayor’s ADA Advisory Council to support hosting "No Boundaries" Disability Awareness convocation with guest Brett Eastburn at a four county high schools

$2,783 to Junior Achievement for White County to fund 2nd grade "Our Community" curriculum for all Tri-County and Twin Lakes 2nd graders

$4,200 to Remington-Wolcott Community Development (for North Central Health Clinics) to purchase a back-up generator for Wolcott Health Clinic

$3,200 to Servants at Work (SAWS) for funding to build ramps for families facing access challenges into their homes

$1,000 to Therapeion Therapeutic Riding Center in support of Santa at the Stable event for families

$1,405 to Twin Lakes High School Theatre and Music Departments to purchase digital piano and case

$1,000 to Twin Lakes High School Robotics for funding toward competition fees and robot building costs for competitions

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2021 WOMEN GIVING TOGETHER GRANTS

$ 1860 to North White Elementary to purchase musical instruments
$ 5,250 to Monticello Fire & Rescue Association to fund training for the Community Paramedicine Car Seat Program
$ 6,812 to Boys & Girls Club of White County to support Learning Loss Recovery
$ 250 to Sycamore Audubon Society to support the Audubon Nature Club

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2021 Summer Grants

$ 4,000 to Tri-County School Corporation to support “Foundations for Success” training at Camp Tecumseh for 6th graders

$ 1,000 to Monticello First Presbyterian Church to purchase shoes for needy children for Soles for Souls, a Mission Team in collaboration with Shoe Show and Department of Child Services

$ 2,783 to Junior Achievement of White County in support of “JA Our Region” curriculum for Twin Lakes and Tri-County 4th grade classrooms

$ 3,000 to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry for processing costs for donated meat that is distributed to local food pantries through "Meat the Need" project

$ 5,400 to Servants at Works, Inc (SAWs) to build ramps for residents of White County

$ 5,430 to Boys & Girls Club of White County to purchase iPads and Chromebooks for its IN-MaC Design & Innovation Studio

$ 1,500 to Streets of Monticello Association, Inc (SOMA) to support funding for upgraded downtown Christmas Lights

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2021 SPRING GRANTS

$ 1,500 to Servants at Work (SAWs)/Rotary Club of Monticello in support of Ramp Up White County to design, build, and install ramps to individuals in need

$ 2,734 to Wolcott Community Public Library to fund the expansion of their Children’s Space

$ 2,000 to Bauer Family Resources in support of their billboard campaign

$ 575 to City of Monticello Mayor’s Advisory Council for ADA to provide funding for accessibility services for In Our Own Voice Presentation by the National Alliance for Mental Illness

$ 1,718 to Boys & Girls Club of White County to purchase First Aid supplies

$ 5,000 to Therapeion Therapeutic Riding Center to support costs for contracting a Strategic Planning Facilitator

$ 3,420 to the Honey Creek Volunteer Fire Department to purchase Grain Bin Rescue Equipment

$ 2,000 to Streets of Monticello Association, Inc (SOMA) to support funding for upgraded downtown Christmas Lights

$6,100 to Sagamore Council, Boy Scouts of America for the renovation of the Camp Buffalo Ranger cabin

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2020 FALL GRANTS

$ 1,250 Boys & Girls Club of White County in support of Growth Mindset and Kindness 5th-grade curriculum

​$ 2,000 to Frontier School Corporation for P.R.I.D.E. (together with North White and Tri-County School Corporations) for the continuance of this valuable work ethics/soft skills programming, initial funding for which was provided by CFWC in 2014

​$ 1,500 to Monon Civic Preservation Society for design, fabrication, and installation of new doors for the Monon Theater

​$ 1,425 to Monon Community Church (on behalf of Celebrating Our Differences) for funding to support programming and supplies for activities day for children with disabilities

​$ 2,500 to Remington-Wolcott Community Development Corporation (on behalf of Wolcott Main Street committee) for partial support for post and materials for new Wolcott Community electronic sign

​$ 2,500 to the Town of Brookston (in partnership with Frontier Rotary Club) for the redesign and beautification of Waugh Trust Park along Third Street

​$ 4,505 to Twin Lakes School Corporation (for TLHS Earth Science Department) to purchase 15 Virtual and Augmented Reality sets, cart, and charger

​$ 5,000 White County Council on Aging in support of programming and services

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2020 SUMMER GRANTS

$3,688 to North White School Corporation/ High School Music Department
Purchase of new percussion instruments

​$500 to Twin Lakes School Corporation/Meadowlawn Elementary Arts
iPad stands for Stop Animation/Video Recording projects

​$1,000 to Boys & Girls Club of White County
Purchase of additional radios/walkie talkies

​$353 to North White Middle-High School
Funding for "Let's Get Them Talking" for new English Learners

​$1,495 to Tri-County School Corporation
Purchase of new AED Cabinets with alarms for emergency stations within each school building

​$1,500 to Tippecanoe Arts Federation
Support of "WHIN Walls" project with funding toward Wolcott murals

​$2,500 to Brookston American Legion Post 251
Replacement of AC/Furnace in building

​$1,500 to Mayor's Advisory Council for the ADA
Sensory Bags for children with autism spectrum disorders

​$524 to Monon Civic Preservation Society
Installation of new ticket booth counter at the historic Monon Theatre

​$5,000 to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry
Meat processing costs for donated meat that is distributed to local food pantries through "Meat the Need" project

​$500 to Literacy Volunteers of White County
Provide ESL classes for adult learners in Monon

$830 to White County United Way/"All Aboard Monon Main Street Association"
Provide funding to design and install patriotic murals on a historic building in Monon