Donors Help Washington County Community Foundation Award Over $26K in Grants
Thanks to our generous donors and the Foundation’s Touch Tomorrow Funds, Washington County nonprofits will be receiving over $26,000 in grants.
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana is the recipient of $2,500.00 for Junior Achievement Programs in Washington County School Systems. The programming utilizes education focusing on economic and financial literacy.
A grant of $5,000.00 will be issued to the Washington County Senior Citizen Housing to replace apartment building roofs in MeadowDell Senior Housing Village.
CARE Pregnancy Center will be the recipient of a $1,050.00 grant to assist with the “I Decide for Me” program in East Washington and West Washington school systems.
A $7,262.00 grant from the Donnie Brough Fund and the Foundation’s Touch Tomorrow Funds will be granted to the Washington County Historical Society for the preservation of the Carriage House on the JHC Complex.
Dare to Care will receive a $6,000.00 grant for their Backpack Buddy Program. The program ensures children receive proper nutrition on weekends.
The Northwest Washington Fire Department will be able to purchase new personal protective equipment for their volunteer firefighters with a $5,078.00 grant.
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