(Evansville, Indiana) Members of the Men’s Fund of Vanderburgh County recently selected three local organizations to receive a total of $40,000 in grants.
The Dream Center Evansville was selected to receive the 2020 Impact Grant of $30,000. This grant will support the organization’s Jacobsville Kids Zone project. In addition, the Men’s Fund awarded $5,000 grants to both the Borrowed Hearts Foundation in support of the Little Hearts Clubhouse Daycare Ministry and the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville to support afterschool programming.
“Members of the Men’s Fund appreciate the great work being accomplished by so many fantastic local organizations, especially in these unprecedented times. We are thrilled to lend our support,” stated Mark Logan, president of the Men’s Fund.
Including the 2020 grants, the Men’s Fund has now awarded $147,300 to local non-profits since 2017. Past impact grant recipients and projects include Easterseals Rehabilitation Center for pediatric mental health services; EVSC Foundation for the “Let’s Put the Shirts on Their Backs” Hangers program; Ozanam Family Shelter for fire protection and kitchen upgrades; and the Boys and Girls Club of Evansville for the Passport to Manhood Program.
The Men’s Fund of Vanderburgh County offers enjoyable social events and networking opportunities, all while raising funds to meet community needs. The group supports charitable causes in the community that address projects and programs important to the Men’s Fund of Vanderburgh County members. New members are welcome.
For more information about the Men’s Fund of Vanderburgh County, contact Sarah Wagner, Regional Development Director at 812.429.1191, ext. 105 or email@example.com.