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SIA Foundation awards grants

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Thirteen Indiana nonprofits have been awarded capital grants from Subaru of Indiana Foundation. The foundation awarded over $107,000 to the organizations in eight counties. 

Grants are awarded twice a year to nonprofits seeking up to $15,000 in capital funding for arts and culture, health and welfare or education-related projects. 

Recipients are:

  • Camp Tecumseh YMCA – $1,269.12 – Health center beds
  • Dayton Police Department – $5,829 – Radar speed signs
  • Delphi Community High School – $9,295 – CNA Program equipment
  • Hancock County Children’s Choir – $1,186.50 – Storage cart
  • Kouts Volunteer Fire Department – $7,475 – Fire helmets and fronts
  • LaCrosse Volunteer Fire Department – $8,500 – Bunker gear
  • Lewis Cass Schools – $14,581 – Factory simulator
  • North White School Corp. – $13,351 – Instruments, chairs, stands, uniforms
  • Wea Ridge Middle School – $9,112 – Water bottle refilling stations
  • West Lafayette Police Department – $5,800 – Aggressor suits, student suits, equipment bags
  • Westminster Neighborhood Services – $13,462.16 – Kitchen supplies and equipment
  • William Henry Harrison High School – $9,874.41 – Auditorium microphone equipment
  • YMCA Greater Lafayette – $7,277 – Handicap accessible ramp

More information can be found here

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