Foellinger Foundation Announces Grants

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The Fort Wayne-based Foellinger Foundation has announced more than $1.3 million in grants to nonprofits throughout Allen County. Foundation President Cheryl Taylor says the latest cycle of grants focused on organizations supporting Allen County youth.

The recipients are:

Organization/Project Title                                                                      Amount

Anthony Wayne Area Council, Boy Scouts of America                           $75,000

three-year Allen County program support

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana                                        $350,000

two-year Allen County program support

Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne                                                       $255,000

two-year operating support

Cornerstone Youth Center                                                                     $270,000

three-year operating support

Crossroad Child & Family Services                                                          $30,000

one-year operating support

Euell Wilson Center                                                                                $130,000

two-year operating support

Gateway Woods Family Services                                                            $15,000

one-year Allen County program support

Power House Youth Center                                                                     $10,000

one-year operating support

The Salvation Army                                                                                 $40,000

one-year Allen County program support

Youth for Christ of Northern Indiana                                                     $190,000

two-year Allen County program support

Grand Total                                                                                      $1,365,000

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