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Dubois County Community Foundation is unique in our ability to make an impact in so many diverse areas of community need. Our donors make gifts that allow us to continue to improve our communities… today and tomorrow. Following are just a sample of the grants made in recent years.
Fifth Street Elementary receives $75,000 in collaboration with Old National to establish The Leader in Me Program.
A grant to TRI-CAP to fund a new children's dental care program for low-income families.
Ferdinand Folk Fest receives $7,500 to support the free, family friendly festival promoting music and the arts.
An $8,000 grant to American Latin Association of Southern Indiana (A.L.A.S.I.) to deepen its presence of the Hispanic culture and Latino community.
Dubois County Community Foundation announces a $100,000 grant to Next Act, Inc., a nonprofit that intends to acquire the historic Astra Theatre downtown Jasper.
Community Foundation Invests $50,000 Stellar Grant to City of Huntingburg.
A Dubois County student has been named recipient of a four-year, full-tuition scholarship as the Dubois County Community Foundation 2017 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar.
A $50,000 grant to the Sisters of St. Benedict's for a new Benedictine hospitality center.
Promoting STEM initiatives by granting $10,000 to the Blended Coders program of Current Blend. Middle school students learn the basics of coding including robotics all helping build the next generation workforce.
A $58,000 grant to Dubois Ruritan Club builds a new playground in Dubois Community Park.