GALESBURG COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES GRANT RECIPIENTS
Galesburg Community Foundation’s board, grants committee and staff are pleased to announce the local nonprofit organizations receiving grant awards through the annual grant cycle, The Turnout.
GALESBURG, Ill. (Nov. 12, 2018) ─ As part of Community Foundation Week activities, Galesburg Community Foundation’s board, grants committee and staff are pleased to announce the local nonprofit organizations receiving grant awards through the annual grant cycle, The Turnout. This grant cycle combines dollars from generous community donors who hold charitable funds at the Community Foundation along with dollars from the Community Foundation’s Impact Fund to fully fund nonprofit proposals providing services that better our region.
Community Foundation Director of Grants & Programs Tiffany Springer said, “The Turnout connects community members who love their community with local nonprofits providing valuable services in Knox and Warren Counties. This is the first time in our Community Foundation history, along with our Donor Advised Fund holders, that we are able to fully fund 42 or 75% of nonprofit proposals. This is an increase in funding by 50% from 2017’s annual grant cycle. This truly speaks to the power of donors connecting with the causes they care about. The grants awarded in this cycle support exciting and important initiatives in the areas of art, health, education and physical activity that greatly contribute to the well-being of our communities.”
Thanks to generous community fund holders and donors supporting the Community Foundation’s Impact Fund, through The Turnout, the following 42 nonprofits serving Knox and Warren Counties will receive full funding for the proposals submitted during this grant cycle:
|Buchanan Center for the Arts
Camp Big Sky
Carl Sandburg Historic Site Association
Choral Dynamics of Galesburg, Inc.
Christmas In Action Galesburg
City of Galesburg Parks & Recreation
Court Appointed Special Advocates of West Central Illinois
Cremation Assistance Foundation
Discovery Depot Children’s Museum
Family Planning Service of Western Illinois, Inc.
First Lutheran Church of Monmouth
FISH of Galesburg
Galesburg Community Chorus
Galesburg CUSD #205
Galesburg Public Library
Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois, Inc
Heart of Illinois Big Brothers Big Sisters
Historic Ellisville Restoration Organization
Jamieson Community Center
Knox County Community Health Center
|Knox County YMCA
Knox Jazz Year
Knox Prairie Community Kitchen
Loving Bottoms Diaper Bank
Monmouth-Roseville Education Foundation
National Stearman Fly-In
Prairie State Legal Services, Inc.
Rainbow Riders Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program
Roseville Kids Place
ROWVA Public Schools Foundation
Safe Harbor Family Crisis Center
Special Olympics Illinois
The Helping Hands of Roseville, Inc.
The Orpheum Theatre
The Salvation Army
Triumph Services Camp Kidz
Warren Achievement Center
Warren County Historical Society
Warren County YMCA
About Galesburg Community Foundation
Galesburg Community Foundation develops and supports the efforts of local people and organizations to promote healthy communities. The Community Foundation makes giving easy and believes that generosity can positively change Knox and Warren Counties forever. The Community Foundation partners with individuals, families, businesses and nonprofits to help them have the greatest impact with their giving. The Community Foundation is working for the good of your community.
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