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Posted on by Jesika EllisVincennes, Indiana / May 12, 2017— Knox County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for their 2017 Community Good grant cycle. The Foundation awards Community Good grants to charitable partners located in or directly serving Knox County. Grants are normally given as one-time support of a project but may be considered for additional support or […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisMay 9, 2017 / Vincennes, Indiana—Today, the Knox County Community Foundation announced recipients of scholarship awards during their annual scholarship breakfast. Scholarships totaling $13,250 were awarded from 9 funds established by generous donors. Held in the Fort Sackville Room in the Student Union Building at Vincennes University and sponsored by First Vincennes Savings Bank, the event celebrated the […]Read More
Posted on by Melinda WaldroupThe Salvation Army’s Pathway of Hope Program has been awarded a $40,000 TLC (Target Lasting Change) grant from the Knox County Community Foundation. The program lifts participants out of poverty and away from dependency on public assistance. According to Chris Hertel, President of the local Board, the TLC grant initiative is a fitting celebration for […]Read More