Nearly $784,00 Awarded to Support the Terre Haute Community Plan

The Wabash Valley Community Foundation strives to create a stronger, healthier and thriving community by following the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce’s “See You in Terre Haute” Community Plan. In 2023 alone, the Wabash Valley Community Foundation awarded $783,995 in unrestricted grants to nonprofits in Vigo County.

Catholic Charities — $46,754 in support of Bethany House Life Recovery & Skills Class.

Chances and Services for Youth — $7,500 in support of Innovative Readiness Training to provide medical/health assistance.

Council on Domestic Abuse (CODA) — $4,800 for HVAC repair. — $5,000 for More Than A Phone Program. — $10,000 for flex funding.

Firefly Children & Family Alliance —$10,000 in support of domestic violence and substance use treatment programs.

Freedom Connection Recovery Center — $10,000 for PreVenture.

Ivy Tech Foundation — $87,500 in support of education and career development, Phase II with Next Steps Foundation.

Next Steps Foundation — $65,746 for recovery works jail treatment program.

Pathways Day Center — $50,000 to Reach Services to assist in the restoration and the reopening of the Center, which serves the homeless community.

Project Never Broken — $10,000 for a seminar series addressing mental health challenges of a public safety career.

Riverscape/Wabash River Development Beautification Inc. — $10,000 for Wabashiki Wetland Overlook.

United Presbyterian Church — $10,000 to develop and apple and pear tree orchard.

United Way of the Wabash Valley —$100,000 for the Choose Law Enforcement Recovery Program and 1 year licensure fee for e-Intervention referral program.

Vigo County Public Library — $25,000 — $10,000 for shower and laundry facilities.

Vigo County Veterans Treatment Court Court — $10,000 for program costs.

Wabash Valley Goodwill Industries — $10,000 to provide transportation for the Excel Center of West Central Indiana.

12 Points Revitalization — $8,000 in support of creating a “Historic Walking Tour” in 12 Points and Collett Park neighborhood.

14th & Chestnut Community Center — $22,200 for the renovations of their rooms.

Camp Navigate —$17,320 in support of a security guard at the Leaders Lab at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School.

Optimist Club — $20,000 in support of the Clothe-A-Child program.

Pathways Day Center — $50,000 to Reach Services to assist in the restoration and the reopening of the Center, which serves the homeless community.

reTHink — $5,000 to purchase a laptop for the plastic upcycling workshop and a T.V. for educational programming.

Riley Recreation League — $7,500 for parking lot renovations.

Riverscape/Wabash River Development Beautification Inc. — $10,000 for a winter light display at Fairbanks Park. — $10,000 for the Wabashiki Wetland Overlook.

Sheldon Swope Art Museum — $10,000 to implement a STEAM initiative for at-risk youth.

St. Joseph University Parish — $12,500 for utility assistance.

Terre Haute Humane Society — $25,000 to provide a low-cost veterinary clinic.

Terre Haute Symphony Association — $10,000 in support of Adventure Concerts Music Education Program.

Terre Women’s Club — $10,000 for new shoes for children in VCSC.

The Douglass Project — $15,000 for the creation and installation of a bas relief marker in downtown Terre Haute.

United Presbyterian Church — $10,000 to develop and apple and pear tree orchard.

Vigo County History Center — $5,625 for the creation of a 3D mural of the Tootooch Totem Pole.

Vigo County Public Library — $25,000 to purchase equipment and appliances for the community kitchen at the Twelve Points library site. — $10,000 for shower and laundry facilities.

Vigo Superior Court 2 — $20,000 in support of professional supervised parenting time.

Wabash Valley Goodwill Industries — $10,000 to provide transportation for the Excel Center of West Central Indiana.

12 Points Revitalization — $8,000 in support of creating a “Historic Walking Tour” in 12 Points and Collett Park neighborhood.

United Way of the Wabash Valley — $54,000 to provide a social worker within in the THPD for 3 years. In partnership with the THPD and Union Health Foundation. — $100,000 for the Choose Law Enforcement Recovery Program and 1 year licensure fee for e-Intervention referral program.

Vigo Superior Court 2 — $20,000 in support of professional supervised parenting time.

12 Points Revitalization — $8,000 in support of creating a “Historic Walking Tour” in 12 Points and Collett Park neighborhood.

Riverscape/Wabash River Development Beautification Inc. — $10,000 for a winter light display at Fairbanks Park. — $10,000 for the Wabashiki Wetland Overlook.

Sheldon Swope Art Museum — $20,250 in support of gallery lighting upgrades, including modernized track lighting with remote control settings. — $10,000 for a custom designed app providing museum information, gallery maps and a self-guided tour. — $10,000 to implement a STEAM initiative for at-risk youth.

Terre Haute Symphony Association — $10,000 in support of Adventure Concerts Music Education Program.

The Douglass Project — $15,000 for the creation and installation of a bas relief marker in downtown Terre Haute.

Vigo County History Center — $5,625 for the creation of a 3D mural of Tootooch Totem Pole.

THRIVE West Central — $20,000 in support a robust internship, focusing on direct employer engagement & professional development.

Wabash Valley Goodwill Industries — $10,000 to provide transportation for the Excel Center of West Central Indiana.