9 non-profits receive grant money from Wabash Valley Comm. Foundation

$84,000 in grant money will now help serve our community.

Posted: Oct 13, 2017 5:55 AM
Updated: Oct 13, 2017 5:55 AM

WABASH VALLEY (WTHI) - $84,000 in grant money will now help serve our community.

Wednesday morning was the "Fall Grant Awards put on by the Wabash Valley Community Foundation.

Nine non-profits received grants including the CANDLES Museum and CODA received $18,000 for security upgrades.

And one recipient with the Riley Township Lions Club says this will have a major impact on their reading action program.

"Our program wouldn't exist without it,” Raymond Collins said. “It's very simple, without these funds, we'd be very limited at what we'd be able to do."

Below is a complete list of the organizations that received grant money:
CANDLES - $10,000 
CODA - $18,000
United Campus Ministries - $12,000
Miracle on 7th Street - $5,000
Camp Navigate - $10,000
Hamilton Center - $4,000
Riley Township Lions Club - $3,600
Union Health Foundation - $10,000
Friends of Seelyville and Lost Creek Township $12,000

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