Inside INdiana Business

Subaru of Indiana awards grants

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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Nonprofit organizations in seven Indiana counties will receive grants from Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette. The capital grants total more than $135,000 for arts and culture, health and welfare or education initiatives.

The SIA Foundation awards grants twice a year to nonprofits who are seeking up to $15,000.

The recipients include:

  • Advance Volunteer Fire Department – $5,284 for semi-automatic external defibrillators
  • Battle Ground Middle School – $10,997.50 for robotic kits
  • Beverly Shores Volunteer Fire Department – $8,086 for a rescue boat and motor
  • Burnett Creek Elementary School – $3,000 for water bottle dispensers
  • Boys & Girls Club of Greater Northwest Indiana – $8,000 for 3D laser printer/engraver, microphone and camera stabilizer
  • Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville – $15,000 for interactive fitness equipment
  • Town of Colfax – $12,855 for trail shelter house
  • The Foster Closet at Innovation – $5,669 for building supplies and air conditioning/heating unit
  • Jefferson High School – $14,986.57 for manufacturing lab equipment and protective gear
  • Mintoyne Elementary School – $5,219.99 for world music drumming package
  • Ouiatenon Preserve – $14,991.30 for utility terrain vehicle
  • Paws & Think – $2,400 for agility and training equipment
  • Pike County Christian Assistance – $14,000 for walk-in cooler
  • The Salvation Army in Tippecanoe County – $10,763 for refrigerators and freezers
  • West Lafayette Fire Department – $5,014.25 for rescue manikin


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