THE HORSESHOE FOUNDATION of Floyd County awarded $397,566 in grants to 27 community organizations on June 28. The celebration was held at the Carnegie Center for Art & History, 201 East Spring St. in New Albany
Grant recipients include: $17,192 to Actors Theatre of Louisville; $10,000 to American Red Cross – Western Kentucky Chapter; $10,000 to Camp Quality Kentuckianal $4,088 to Cardinal Ritter Birthplace Foundation; $24,216 to Center for Lay Ministries; $8,000 to Commonwealth Theatre Center; $10,000 to Family Ark, Inc.; $19,675 to Floyd County Token Club; $10,000 to Floyds Knobs Community Club; $15,000 to Friends of the Town Clock Church; $25,000 to Fund for the Arts; $5,000 to Georgetown Elementary School;
$8,720 to Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana; $5,000 to Hazelwood Middle School; $8,100 to IUS School of Business; $10,000 to Ivy Tech Foundation; $24,711 to LifeSpan Resources, Inc.; $20,000 to Louisville Urban League; $25,000 to Maker Mobile Inc.; $25,000 to New Albany- Floyd County Education Foundation; $17,000 to New Roots, Inc.; $15,000 to Scribner Middle School; $11,114 to St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic School; $25,000 to St. Vincent de Paul of OLPH; $12,500 to StageOne Family Theatres; and $17,250 to Volunteers of America Mid-States.
Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County was established in 1999 to provide resources to nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies for the benefit of residents in Floyd County. Since 1999, the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County has awarded $44 million to benefit the citizens of Floyd County.
Learn more about the foundation at horseshoefoundation.org.