Community Impact

Grant History

$1,881,785.97 to the Town of Corydon for Stellar projects: Rice Island, Urban Trail and downtown enhancements.

$4,500 to Fund for the Arts Inc. for the Cultural Pass Program -- free access to arts and cultural venues.

$171,000 to the Harrison County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition to rehabilitate women's transitional housing (Genesis House).

$2,500 to Battle of Corydon Memorial Park Committee Inc. for its Living History Event on July 13 and 14, 2019.

$5,000 to Kiwanis Club of Historic Harrison County to partially purchase fireworks for its annual community event held in July 2019.

$2,500 to North Harrison Community School Corporation for funding for 7 students to attend the FFA Leadership Conference in DC from 6/24-6/30, 2019.

$13,550 to Hayswood Theatre Group Inc. for a new roof.

$1,500 to Repair Affair of Harrison County to cover construction costs of the organization's annual event in 2019.

$5,000 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana for adopt a night stays for Harrison County families.

$5,000 to Metro United Way to support its Build-a-Bed project in Harrison County.

$6,750 to Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana, Inc. to support JA programs for Harrison County students during the 2020 calendar year.

$5,000 to Main Street Corydon to purchase LED lights for Light Up Corydon 2019.

 

Emergency Grant - $79,307

$79,307 to YMCA of Harrison County, Inc. to purchase Desert Aire System for Lap Pool.

 

Agency Block Grants - $60,000

$195,000 to Blue River Services Inc. to build ten affordable apartments in the New Salisbury area, to be known as Apple Orchard. The grant request was amended to 14 apartments.

$5,000 to Kiwanis Club of Historic Harrison County to purchase fireworks for the annual 4th of July event.

$6,000 to Main Street Corydon to support the Arts Midwest World Fest April 14-22, 2018

$3,100 to Metro United Way to support the Build a Bed project in the South Harrison Community School Corporation November 30, 2018. 

$17,500 to Personal Counseling Service, Inc. to provide counseling services to uninsured and under-insured Harrison County residents. 

$12,000 to the Town of New Middletown to provide a portion of the required match for the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) grant. This grant will allow the town to purchase and renovate a building to serve as a Community Center and town government office space. 

 

Agency Block Grants – $120,000

$27,000 to Dare to Care for the food bank in Harrison County.

$30,000 to Harrison County Community Services Inc. to assist with operating services, payroll, and basic needs assistance:  food, shelter, medical.

$3,000 to Hayswood Theatre Group Inc. to support their theatrical productions.

$18,000 to Hoosier Hills PACT to support victim safety and advocacy services.

$27,000 to Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana Inc. for Economics and Financial Literacy programs for Harrison County students.

$15,000 to YMCA of Harrison County Inc. to provide a swim lesson program for Harrison County 3rd graders.

 

Evan Bayh 21st Century Scholars Incentive Project Awards – $38,382.65

Lanesville Community School Corporation $1,606.64

North Harrison Community School Corporation $15,919.80

South Harrison Community School Corporation $20,856.21

 

Dual Credit Awards – $100,000

Lanesville Community School Corporation $13,851.00

North Harrison Community School Corporation $37,045.00

South Harrison Community School Corporation $49,104.00

 

Indiana Arts Commission Matching Grant Awards – $26,948.00

$5,000 Hayswood Theatre Group Ind. to support their 2018-2019 season.

$5,000 Lanesville Community School Corporation to support providing fine art professionals into classrooms to explore music, theater, visual arts and storytelling with students in grades K-12 during the 2018-19 school year.  

$2,361 Main Street Corydon Ind Inc. to provide support for the Fall 2018 Arts Midwest Festival.

$5,000 North Harrison Band Boosters Inc. to support their 2018-19 Winter Performance Ensemble.

$4,587 South Harrison Community School Corporation to support providing expanded arts education by giving their students exposure to professional artists and art institutions in the community. 

$5,000 IU Southeast Ogle Center to support the Family & Children’s programming for Harrison County students. 

 

Jump Start Preschool Program – $540,067.80

$169,632 to Blue River Services Inc. to provide preschool services for up to 38 students at Morgan and North Harrison Elementary Schools. 

$5,000 IU Southeast Applied Research and Education Center to provide a preschool data analysis for the school year 2018-19.

$276,768 South Harrison Community School Corporation to provide preschool services for up to 62 students at Corydon, Heth-Washington, and South Central Elementary Schools. 

$7,000 Southeastern Indiana Economic Opportunity Corporation (SIEOC) to support Paths to Quality training for Harrison County child care providers. 

$11,971.80 St. John’s Lutheran School to provide preschool services for up to 3 students at St. John’s Lutheran School.. 

$17,856 St. Joseph Catholic School to provide preschool services for up to 4 students at St. Joseph Catholic School.

$51,840 Unity Chapel to provide preschool services for up to 12 students at Noah’s Ark Preschool.

$13,600 to Comfort House to provide a match to obtain a $109,122 VOCA grant; funds will reimburse rent and partial insurance expenses. 

$21,350 to Greater Clark County Schools to support Alignment Southern Indiana.

$350,000 to Harrison County Parks Department to complete the Indian Creek Trail.

$5,000 to Kiwanis Club of Historic Harrison County to purchase fireworks for the annual 4th of July event.

$212,500 to Main Street Corydon Ind Inc. to purchase and rehabilitate the “Harper” section of the J.J. Bulleit building.

$17,500 to Personal Counseling Services, Inc. to provide counseling services to under-insured Harrison County residents. 

 

2017 Agency Block Grant – $203,000.00

$40,500 to Dare to Care for the food bank in Harrison County.

$45,000 to Harrison County Community Services Inc. to assist with operating services, payroll, and basic needs assistance:  food, shelter, medical.

$4,500 to Hayswood Theatre Group Inc. to support their theatrical productions.

$27,000 to Hoosier Hills PACT to support victim safety and advocacy services.

$40,500 to Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana Inc. for Economics and Financial Literacy programs for Harrison County students.

$10,000 to LifeSpan Resources Inc. to provide Meals on Wheels for Harrison County clients.

$3,000 to Repair Affair of Harrison County for their annual home repair event.

$10,000 to Trustees of Indiana University on behalf of IU Southeast to support family and children’s programming at the IU Southeast Ogle Center for Harrison County residents.

$22,500 to YMCA of Harrison County Inc. to provide a swim lesson program for Harrison County 3rd graders.

 

2017 21st Century Scholars – $55,679.60

$9,415.86 to Lanesville Community School Corporation

$16,631.97 to North Harrison Community School Corporation

$29,631.77 to South Harrison Community School Corporation

 

2017 Dual Credit Program – $150,000

$20,506 to Lanesville Community School Corporation

$56,028 to North Harrison Community School Corporation

$73,466 to South Harrison Community School Corporation

 

2017 Indiana Arts Commission Matching Grant Awards – $20,000.00

$5,000 to Harrison County Arts Inc. to paint decorative historic murals on the four exterior metal panels at the Habitat for Humanity Re-Sale building in downtown Corydon.

$5,000 to Historical Society of Harrison County Inc. to support professional refurbishing/repair of a rosewood vintage Square Grand Piano (Hallet & Davis Co, c. 1860) that was donated from the Indiana Repertory Theater in Indianapolis. 

$5,000 to Lanesville Community School Corporation to support providing fine art professionals into the classrooms to explore music, theater, visual arts and storytelling with students in grades K-12 during the 2017-18 school year.

$5,000 to North Harrison Band Boosters Inc. to support the winter percussion ensemble competition by supplying professional judges and providing artistic instructors who will work with band students creating preparatory and performance experiences.

 

2017 Jump Start Preschool Program – $846,794.20

$41,000 to Blue River Services, Inc. to fund a Healthy Families caseworker. 

$214,272 to Blue River Services, Inc. for 2017-18 preschool services for up to 48 students.

$5,000 to Indiana University Accounts Receivable for the 2017-18 preschool data analysis.

$446,400 to South Harrison Community School Corporation for 2017-18 preschool services for up to 100 students. 

$7,500 to Southeastern Indiana Economic Opportunity Corp. to support Paths to Quality training for Harrison County child care providers.

$18,675 to St. John’s Lutheran School for 2017-18 preschool services for up to 5 students. 

$33,595.20 to St. Joseph Catholic School for 2017-18 preschool services for up to 8 students. 

$80,352 to Unity Chapel for 2017-18 preschool services for up to 18 students. 

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HCCF uses unrestricted funds to meet various community needs. From grants to nonprofits for basic human services to large-scale programs such as preschool - these are made possible by using unrestricted funds. HCCF is participating in the Lilly Endowment Inc. GIFT VII Challenge in order to bring more unrestricted dollars into our community.

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