Terre Haute, IND. – The Wabash Valley Community Foundation recently awarded a 25th Anniversary Grant in the amount of $1,000 to Clay Community Parks Association. The grant will be used to purchase a piece of playground equipment for Craig Park in Brazil, Indiana.
Cindi Monds, President of the Clay Community Parks Association, says members of the organization will add either a Jungle Gym or a Climbing Wall in the spring of 2018. The playground equipment will provide additional free play opportunities for local children and/or visitors to the area.
“The children who use the equipment will have increased opportunities for physical, mental and social benefits while enjoying the fun of playing in Craig Park,” explained Monds. “Some of these benefits include musculature development, strength and posture improvements as well as enhanced hand-eye coordination. Children will also have occasions to increase their imagination and problem-solving skills through creative play alone and with others.”
The Community Foundation is gifting 25th Anniversary Grants to non-profit agencies in the Wabash Valley in the amount of $1,000 per week until December 20, 2017. For a complete list of rules and/or to apply for a 25th Anniversary Grant, eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit agencies in Clay, Sullivan and Vigo counties should email email@example.com requesting an application or stop by our offices at 200 South 8th Street. The application is also available for online submission via www.wvcf.org/25th-anniversary-grants. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Only one application per agency may be submitted as entries will automatically be re-entered in subsequent weeks until either selected or the 25 weeks have passed.
The Wabash Valley Community Foundation, a tax-exempt public charity created by and for the people in the Wabash Valley, was to enable people with philanthropic interests to easily and effectively support the organizations and issues they care about – immediately or through their estate plans. Donors may give to existing funds or establish a charitable fund at the Community Foundation by contributing a variety of assets. For more information on the Community Foundation, please call 812.232.2234 or visit www.wvcf.org.