Funding from the National Park Service will be used to rebuild and preserve 14 historic and archeological sites across Indiana, including a church in Angola, an iron bridge in Fort Wayne, old campsites near in Monroe and Morgan counties and an aging school building in Monticello.
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After years of decay, the Friends of the Chapel of Our Sorrowful Mother in Ferdinand, Indiana are excited to begin restoring a piece of their history that dates to the founding of their town with the help of the state’s Historic Renovation Grant Program.
A bipartisan group of Indiana lawmakers want Gov. Eric Holcomb to reconsider his decision to freeze and then eliminate a $30 million grant that was to fund an expansion of Indiana’s network of hiking and walking trails.
I hope everyone is staying healthy as we take a moment of silence on this beautiful Memorial Day to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our ideals.
This grant will support Dan Grossman's “Coronavirus Diary” series for NUVO, the Indianapolis-based alternative-weekly-turned-nonprofit-news-site.
The Salvation Army’s Indiana Division has received a $5 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to support The Salvation Army’s immediate COVID-19 response and to sustain long-term service to the Indiana community.
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On April 6, the museum unveiled $21.7 million in gifts and grants, and detailed ongoing plans, including the clearing of “nonnative invasives” in order to create a pollinator meadow.
On Wednesday, at the historic Elder W. Diggs School, Indianapolis-based Crossroads Education announced it had been awarded $750,000 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand its Learning Commons model at four Indianapolis schools.
Arts and culture projects large and small receive funding through Indy-based endowment.