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P.O. Box 571 • 1216 Main St. • Highland, IL 62249 618.654.4727
Highland Area Community Foundation
We Are Community...
P.O. Box 571 • 907 Main St.
Highland, IL 62249
618.654.4727
Highland Area Community Foundation
We Are Community...
P.O. Box 571 • 907 Main St. • Highland, IL 62249
618.654.4727
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2010 GRANT RECIPIENTS
Earned income from investment of the Foundation's endowment is gifted annually in the form of grants to area not-for-profit organizations, agencies, and projects - along with donations received through our Sustaining Membership Program. See how HACF is making OUR COMMUNITY a better place for everyone!
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2010 GRANT RECIPIENT TOTAL - $51,112.00
2010 GRANT RECIPIENT TOTAL
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  • Alhambra Primary School
    $1,345.00
  • $1,345.00
  • Used to purchase one Activotes System
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Boy Scout Troop 40
    $1,128.00
  • $1,128.00
  • Used to purchase Boy Scout Gear
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Community Link, Inc. – Highland CILA
    $1,062.00
  • $1,062.00
  • Used towards their Rehab, Socialization & Beautification Project
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • EvUCC Wee Care Day Care
    $1,782.00
  • $1,782.00
  • Used towards a playground Shade Shelter
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Girls on the Run
    $500.00
  • $500.00
  • Used towards the 2010-2011 Program
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Grantfork Upper Elementary School
    $1,571.00
  • $1,571.00
  • Used to purchase a Promethean Board and LCD Projector
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Gravius Memorial Library (Marine)
    $865.00
  • $865.00
  • Used to repair the bottom board on their building
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Animal Shelter
    $2,446.00
  • $2,446.00
  • Used to purchase steel cages for hospital room
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Area Christian Service Ministry
    $1,798.00
  • $1,798.00
  • Used to purchase additional phone line & phone system, multifunction laser printer/fax, and toner cartridge
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Arts Council
    $1,000.00
  • $1,000.00
  • Used towards the purchase of a lighted sign for Art in the Park
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Bulldog Hockey Club
    $710.00
  • $710.00
  • Used to purchase three sets of jerseys
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Elementary School
    $3,529.00
  • $3,529.00
  • Used to equip two rooms with Promethean Board, projector, and sound set-up
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Garden Club
    $1,100.00
  • $1,100.00
  • Used to purchase equipment for maintaining Glik Park Gardens
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Market and Mehr
    $600.00
  • $600.00
  • Used to purchase equipment for their Fresh Produce Educational Project
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Middle School
    $2,097.00
  • $2,097.00
  • Used to purchase three projectors for Language Arts classrooms
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Primary School
    $1,120.00
  • $1,120.00
  • Used to provide speakers for their annual Friendship Fair
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Splash
    $1,139.00
  • $1,139.00
  • Used to purchase three lane ropes
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Youth Sports Council
    $1,720.00
  • $1,720.00
  • Used for Helmet Replacement Project
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library
    $2,000.00
  • $2,000.00
  • Used for their E-Read program (provide downloadable e-books, Audio books, videos, and music)
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Madison County Fair Association
    $1,695.00
  • $1,695.00
  • Used to purchase a portable Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Marine Elementary School
    $664.00
  • $664.00
  • Used towards their "Making the Right Connections" Project
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • New Douglas Mid-Elementary Schools PTO
    $645.00
  • $645.00
  • Used to purchase a BRICKLab Kit for their STEM Education Program
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • New Douglas Township
    $606.00
  • $606.00
  • Used towards new baseball dugouts
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Pregnancy Care Center
    $969.00
  • $969.00
  • Used towards their Center for Tomorrow Project (Online Text Program and one computer for counseling room)
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • St. Jacob Elementary School PTO
    $1,500.00
  • $1,500.00
  • Used towards library automation and upgrade
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • St. Jacob Park District
    $944.00
  • $944.00
  • Used to purchase Saf-Top Fence Guard for three baseball fields in Park
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • St. Paul Catholic School
    $2,028.00
  • $2,028.00
  • Use to purchase World Geography Curriculum for all grades
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Sister Justina Schaefer
    $400.00
  • $400.00
  • Used to purchase supplies for "More & More Tutoring Program
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Special Olympics IL –Southwestern Area 12
    $1,058.00
  • $1,058.00
  • Used for Young Athletes Program in Highland School District
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • 2010 Recipient – Dorothey Ratliff
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • To provide scholarship grants for mothers seeking higher education
  • HIGHLAND CIVIC WOMAN'S CLUB GERALYN M. REHKEMPER MEMORIAL FUND
  • Highland Garden Club
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • To be used for maintenance & enhancement of Lila’s Garden
  • RITA AND BOB HARDY CITY BEAUTIFICATION FUND
  • 2010 recipient – Danika Dale
    $350.00
  • $350.00
  • To provide scholarship grants for graduating seniors of Highland High School
  • Highland Lions Club Scholarship Fund
  • Hospice of Southern Illinois, Inc.
    $250.00
  • $250.00
  • For services provided in the Foundation’s service area
  • Nan Carpenter Memorial Designated Fund
  • Knights of Columbus Council #1580
    $200.00
  • $200.00
  • To benefit charitable giving programs of the Highland KC’s
  • Knights of Columbus Council #1580 Charitable Giving Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $8,600.00
  • $8,600.00
  • To benefit the operations of the Korte Recreation Center
  • Recreation Center Operations Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • To provide non-sports programs administered by the Highland Parks & Recreation Department
  • Edgar & Dorris Haller Memorial Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $100.00
  • $100.00
  • To provide water safety training & water therapy
  • Hamlin Water Safety Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $125.00
  • $125.00
  • To provide admission to the Korte Recreation Center for those less fortunate
  • Ron & Kathy Schneider Recreation Center Membership Fund
  • Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • To be used for general library purposes
  • Ruth & Leland Steiner Fund in Memory of Milda & Charles Casper
  • Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library
    $200.00
  • $200.00
  • To be used for technology purposes to benefit the library
  • Eunice L. & Victor H. Koch Technology Fund
  • Bill and Peg Pierce Police Education Fund
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • Will be used to provide scholarships and/or educational assistance for second year or above Criminal Justice students or scholarships and/or specialized law enforcement training for existing law enforcement officers
  • Bill and Peg Pierce Police Education Fund
  • Pregnancy Care Center
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • Used to benefit various client programs
  • Gloria Loebel Fund
  • Scholarship Recipient – Andrea Hosto
    $550.00
  • $550.00
  • Used to provide scholarships for future teachers (K-12) from HCUSD#5, and to provide books and technology to support the curriculum in Grades K-6.
  • Dwight and Carol Rogier Fund
  • Books/Technology to support curriculum Grades K-6
    $750.00
  • $750.00
  • Used to provide scholarships for future teachers (K-12) from HCUSD#5, and to provide books and technology to support the curriculum in Grades K-6.
  • Dwight and Carol Rogier Fund
  • 2010 recipient – David Ammann
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • To provide scholarships for graduating seniors in the Agriculture/Business Field.
  • Bill and Joan Sackett Family & Oberbeck Grain Company Scholarship Fund
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital, Highland
    $900.00
  • $900.00
  • To provide needed assistance and medical programs
  • Nan Carpenter Donor Advised Fund
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649 Grants
Bestowed since 1995
127 Funds
At the Foundation
127 Funds
At the Foundation
$61,569
Endowed in 2017
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P.O. Box 571 • 907 Main Street | Highland, IL 62249
phone: 618.654.4727 | fax: 618.654.8966
email:info@hacf.org
Highland Area Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3)
P.O. Box 571 • 907 Main Street
Highland, IL 62249
phone: 618.654.4727 | fax: 618.654.8966
email:info@hacf.org
Highland Area Community Foundation
is a 501(c)(3)
Highland Area Community Foundation
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In the Greater Highland, Illinois Area
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