HCCF awards 2019 Cycle II grants totalling $85K to various groups

Some of the organizations that recently received 2019 Cycle II grants from the Huntington County Community Foundation are (front row from left) Craig Reese, Oak Hill Farm; Karen Gize, Kate’s Kart; Jean Pasko, Drake Goetz Memorial Park; Donnie Foster, Indiana Dream Center; Dawn Zahm Wilson, Rapid Rehousing and Homeless Prevention/Huntington House; and Nate Perry, Huntington University; and (back row from left) Leisa Drinkwater, Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana; Sarah Wright, Family Centered Services/Healthy Families; Kelley Miller, Love INC; Suzanne Jepsen, Friends of the Huntington City-Township Public Library; Renee Shultz, Huntington House; and Janelle Taylor, Huntington University.
Some of the organizations that recently received 2019 Cycle II grants from the Huntington County Community Foundation are (front row from left) Craig Reese, Oak Hill Farm; Karen Gize, Kate’s Kart; Jean Pasko, Drake Goetz Memorial Park; Donnie Foster, Indiana Dream Center; Dawn Zahm Wilson, Rapid Rehousing and Homeless Prevention/Huntington House; and Nate Perry, Huntington University; and (back row from left) Leisa Drinkwater, Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana; Sarah Wright, Family Centered Services/Healthy Families; Kelley Miller, Love INC; Suzanne Jepsen, Friends of the Huntington City-Township Public Library; Renee Shultz, Huntington House; and Janelle Taylor, Huntington University. Photo provided.

The Huntington County Community Foundation announced that 2019 Cycle II grants totaling $71,117 were awarded to the following nonprofits: Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, Community and Family Services, Community Choirs of Huntington County, Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana, Drake Goetz Memorial Park, Family Centered Services/Healthy Families and Friends of the Huntington City-Township Public Library.

Also, Huntington County Humane Society, Huntington House, Huntington University, Indiana Dream Center, Kate’s Kart, Love INC of Huntington County, McMillen Health, Oak Hill Farm and Parkview Huntington Family YMCA.

Huntington County educators awarded Classroom Education grants totaling $14,675 were Amber Nevius, Amy Ball, Andi Helms and Cheryl Simms, Barbara Martin, Britten Friar and Marci Roller, Bryan Ringo, Christy Neuenschwander, Dayna Stump, Jan Hildebrand, and Stephanie Wiley, Denise Zahm, Diana Miller and Marta Waldfogel, Ingrid Mattes, Jackie Thomas, Jami Cale, Jo Keller, Hailey Schmidt, Cassidy Sheehan and Jill Slagel.

Also, Joan Gardner, Jordan Bitzer, Julie Ramp, Kristine Call, Leah Street, Liesl Haupert, Mallory Carroll, Marla Becker and Eric Gerdes, Mary Gradeless, Jamilyn PeGan and Erin Toll, Nicole Warpup and Heather Moore, Rachel Nelson, Rebecca Livingston, Lori Kline and Nikka Palmer, Stephanie Till and Danielle Doctor.