BEDFORD – The Lawrence County Community Foundation (LCCF) Board of Directors awarded Boost Grants totaling $11,876 to eight organizations through the 2022 LCCF Open Grant Cycle.
“Boost grants are great,” Kim Sipes, LCCF Grants Chair, shared. “Even though these grants are smaller, they are able to be processed more quickly and have a more immediate effect in our community. Boost grants also have more flexibility which is particularly beneficial to smaller organizations. This year’s Boost Grants cover a wide variety of needs from developing a tree nursery to educating expectant parents.”
The 2022 Boost Grants were funded by the Patrick & Sharon Robbins Humanitarian Fund, M. Jeanette Norman Fund, LCCF Education Fund, David Allen Jacobs Community Fund, Sargent Family Fund, Smithville Charitable Foundation Fund for Lawrence County, Betty R. Hilderbrand Bedford Parks, and Recreation Fund, and the Ferguson Community Fund.
The 2022 Boost Grant recipients and projects include:
- Families Forever Recovery Services Enhancement
- Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry “Meat” the Need 2022
- Hope Resource Center Expectant Parent Education
- Huron Baptist Church Fun, Fun, Funball!!
- Lawrence Co. Cancer Patient Services Monitoring O2
- Lawrence Co. Soil and Water Conservation District Developing a Tree Nursery
- Lawrence Co. Foster Support Group, Inc. Storage and Technology
- Lawrence Interfaith Endeavor, Inc. Life Blessings Program for Shawswick
The Lawrence County Community Foundation is a public charity recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to be proactive in creating and growing an enduring source of charitable assets and to identify and respond to the changing needs of Lawrence County.
For more information about making a forever gift to benefit Lawrence County, contact Hope Flores, CFP CEO, at 812-279-2215 or email@example.com .