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Posted on by Jesika EllisVincennes, Indiana—On Wednesday, May 8, the Knox County Community Foundation announced 10 recipients of scholarships totaling $13,950 during their annual scholarship breakfast. Held at Vincennes University and sponsored by First Vincennes Savings Bank, the event celebrated the benefit of scholarship funds held by the Community Foundation. This year, 9 funds, established by generous donors, provided […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisKnox County, Indiana—The Knox County Community Foundation is now accepting online applications for their Community Good Grants Program. The deadline to submit applications is June 20, 2019. The Foundation awards Community Good grants to charitable partners located in or directly serving Knox County. Funding opportunities are available to support a broad range of local needs. […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisKnox County, Indiana The Knox County Community Foundation has announced that Grace Waggoner is the recipient of the 2019 Knox County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship(s). The scholarship provides full-tuition, required fees, and an annual stipend of up to $900 for required books and equipment for four years of full-time undergraduate study leading to a baccalaureate degree. Grace is the daughter of Charles and Kristi Waggoner of Vincennes. She is a senior at Rivet High School and plans to study business […]Read More