NE Indiana Nonprofits Land Grants

WFWA was awarded more than $100,000 in grants. WFWA was awarded more than $100,000 in grants.
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The Fort Wayne-based Edward D. and Ione Auer Foundation has awarded over $400,000 in grants to more than 20 area nonprofits. The largest grant will go to PBS 39 for high-definition production equipment.

The latest round of grants include:

Artlink, Educational programs, $12,000
Associated Churches, Neighborhood Food Bank Network, $10,000
Big Brothers Big Sisters, Mentoring Programs in Allen County, $25,000
Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, Client Advocate Program, $10,000
Civic Theatre, Support for general operations, $25,000
Community Harvest Food Bank, Food distribution programs, $10,000
Fort Wayne Center For Learning, Program support, $10,000
Fort Wayne Trails, Support for further development of trail network, $25,000
Girls Scouts of Northern Indiana Michiana, After School Troop Program, $10,000
HearCare Connection, Hearing programs and clinics, $10,000
Lifetime Sports Academy, Kids Play Free program, $25,000
Little River Wetlands Project, Stewardship, education, wetland plantings, and operations, $12,000
Mad Anthony Children’s Hope House, Pediatric hospitality house, $5,000
McMillen Center for Health Education, Drug, Alcohol, & Tobacco prevention programs, $10,000
PBS 39, Production and broadcasting of local programs, $20,000
PBS 39, Capital funding for HD production equipment for community productions, $100,000
The League for the Blind and Disabled, Capital support for In-Home Care program, $10,000
Turnstone, Core program support, $25,000
Vincent Village, Vincent House Transitional Shelter operations, $20,000
Visiting Nurse, Charity/Sliding Fee Financial Assistance Program, $10,000
YWCA, Domestic violence programs and services, $10,000
YWCA, Capital support, $25,000

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