Betty Ann McCullough Education Grants Open Now for Funding Requests

January 2018–Three grant programs supported by the Betty Ann McCullough Education Fund of Gibson County are currently accepting funding requests, applications, and nominations. The deadline for all three programs is February 28, 2018.

These grant opportunities, administered by the Gibson County Community Foundation, are made possible through the Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grants Program, focused on supporting and improving the knowledge and skills of Gibson County educators; the Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grants Program, providing funds for innovative projects, programs, and equipment to enhance education opportunities for all Gibson County residents; and the Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant Program, to recognize a public school educator for outstanding dedication and success of their public school students in Gibson County.

Specific criteria and additional eligibility requirements for each of the Betty Ann McCullough Education Fund Grant Programs, can be found on the Gibson County Community Foundation grants page.

The Betty Ann McCullough Education Fund was created in 1998 to support educational endeavors in Gibson County. After Betty Ann McCullough’s death in 1997, friends and family created the fund in memory of Mrs. McCullough, who had been an educator for the North Gibson School Corporation for more than 40 years, had taught at Oakland City University, and was a strong supporter of education in her community. Along with a number of other civic memberships, Mrs. McCullough was a board member of the Gibson County Community Foundation.