We Are Community...
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
DONATE NOW
2013 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!
VIEW OTHER YEARS
2013 HACF Grants Banquet - Grant Recipeints
2013 HACF GRANT RECIPIENTS
Representatives of area organizations receiving grants from the Highland Area Community Foundation included the following:
Seated from left are Carole Drewer of Boy Scout Venturing Crew; Laura Wander of Highland School District Art Department; Joanne Snyder of Alhambra Primary School; Renee Iberg of Marine Elementary School; Liza Basden of Highland High School Science Department; Jeanne Meyer of Highland Area Christian Service Ministry; Amy Stephan of St. Joseph’s Hospital; Vernette Homann of Highland Community Food Pantry Garden; Carol Wieduwilt of Highland Garden Club; Angela Kim of Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library; and Margie Duncan of Highland High School Math Department.
Standing (1st row) from left are Don Johannes, HACF Grants Chairman; Heather Korte, HCWC Gerayln Rehkemper scholarship recipient; Dana Rakers of Highland Civic Woman’s Club; Terry Ohren of Highland High School Wrestling Team; Mark Rosen of Highland Parks & Recreation Department; Joe Jackson of Pierron Improvement Club; Tricia Blasdel of Relevant Pregnancy Options Center; Jay Simpson of St. Jacob Elementary School; Nikki Hemker of Community Link/Highland CILA; Cheryl Vohlken of Highland Bulldogs Hockey Club; Lynn Hargus of Highland Historical Society; and Gary Miller of Boy Scout Troop 1040.
Standing (2nd row) from left are Mike Mercer of Boy Scout Troop 1043; Steven Bartlett of Marine Voluntary Fire Department; Derek Hacke, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for Highland CUSD#5, accepting for Grades K-6 and New Douglas Mid-Elementary School; David Timmermann of St. Paul Catholic School; Scott Schuepbach of Highland Area Scouts and Scouters; Erick Baer of Highland Middle School; Vince Hughes of Grantfork Upper Elementary School; Kent Korte of Highland Knights of Columbus Council #1580; Charles Schatte of the Highland Home; and Jon Greve of TheBANK of Edwardsville, Banquet Sponsor.
2013 GRANT RECIPIENT TOTAL - $56,317.16
2013 GRANT RECIPIENT TOTAL
$56,317.16
  • Alhambra Primary School
    $1,141.07
  • $1,141.07
  • Used to purchase Promethean Board and Speakers
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Boy Scout Troop Venturing Crew
    $500.00
  • $500.00
  • Used towards the purchase of Equipment/Trailer Project
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Boy Scout Troop 1040
    $755.00
  • $755.00
  • Used for Tent Replacement
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Community Link, Inc.
    $449.00
  • $449.00
  • Used towards the purchase of a recliner for Highland CILA
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Grantfork Upper Elementary School
    $1596.00
  • $1596.00
  • Used to purchase four I-Pads
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Area Christian Service Ministry
    $600.00
  • $600.00
  • Used towards a handicap accessible door
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Area Scouts & Scouters
    $630.00
  • $630.00
  • Used towards canoe repair and update
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Boy Scout Troop 1043
    $1,150.00
  • $1,150.00
  • Used to purchase five tents for High Adventure Initiative
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Bulldogs Hockey Club
    $579.95
  • $579.95
  • Used to purchase one Slide Board
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Community Food Pantry Garden
    $500.00
  • $500.00
  • Used for an irrigation system
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland High School Math Department
    $4,199.00
  • $4,199.00
  • Used to purchase three TI Nspire Ten Packs - VIEW THE STORY
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland High School Science Department
    $2,511.00
  • $2,511.00
  • Used to purchase nine Samsung Chrome Books & Management Console for Enriching the Learning Environment w/Technology
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland High School Wrestling Team
    $1,000.00
  • $1,000.00
  • Used to purchase singlets
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Middle School
    $1,375.00
  • $1,375.00
  • Used to purchase five Chrome Books & Management Console
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland School District Art Department
    $2,106.20
  • $2,106.20
  • Used to purchase drying racks and kiln maintenance for Alhambra Primary, New Douglas Mid-Elementary and Grantfork Elementary
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Marine Elementary School
    $1,395.00
  • $1,395.00
  • Used to purchase five One-to-One Chrome Book Devices for Students in free/reduced lunch program
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Marine Volunteer Fire Department
    $750.00
  • $750.00
  • Used towards a new playground
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • New Douglas Mid-Elementary Center Schools PTO
    $1,275.00
  • $1,275.00
  • Used for a rolling I-Pad Lab expansion (3 I-pads)
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Pierron Improvement Club
    $2,900.00
  • $2,900.00
  • Used towards Diamond 2 Dugout construction
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Relevant Pregnancy Options Center
    $1,224.94
  • $1,224.94
  • Used for client and volunteer education procedure improvements
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • St. Jacob Elementary PTO and School
    $1,000.00
  • $1,000.00
  • Used towards One-to-One Student to Device Program
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • St. Paul Catholic School
    $2,600.00
  • $2,600.00
  • Used for Instructional Technology Student Access Project
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • The Highland Home
    $1,425.00
  • $1,425.00
  • Used towards reconstruction of bathtubs for convenience & safety of residents
  • GRANT FROM GENERAL ENDOWMENT
  • Highland Area Community Foundation Operations
    $245.00
  • $245.00
  • Used to benefit operations of the Foundation
  • BILL AND JOAN SACKETT FAMILY FUND
  • Highland Area Community Foundation Operations
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • Used to benefit operations of the Foundation
  • BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK FUND
  • 2013 Recipients – Heather Korte & Sara Tanner
    $450.00
  • $450.00
  • To provide scholarship grants for mothers seeking higher education
  • HIGHLAND CIVIC WOMAN'S CLUB GERALYN M. REHKEMPER MEMORIAL FUND
  • Highland Garden Club
    $195.00
  • $195.00
  • To be used for maintenance & enhancement of Lila’s Garden
  • RITA AND BOB HARDY CITY BEAUTIFICATION FUND
  • Highland Historical Society
    $230.00
  • $230.00
  • To benefit Highland Historical Society
  • Margye Liebler Baumgardner Fund
  • 2013 recipient – Josh Hinkle
    $500.00
  • $500.00
  • To provide scholarship grants for graduating seniors of Highland High School
  • Highland Lions Club Scholarship Fund
  • Hospice of Southern Illinois, Inc.
    $335.00
  • $335.00
  • For services provided in the Foundation’s service area
  • Nan Carpenter Memorial Designated Fund
  • Knights of Columbus Council #1580
    $475.00
  • $475.00
  • To benefit charitable giving programs of the Highland KC’s
  • Knights of Columbus Council #1580 Charitable Giving Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $14,500.00
  • $14,500.00
  • To benefit the operations of the Korte Recreation Center
  • Recreation Center Operations Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $280.00
  • $280.00
  • To provide non-sports programs administered by the Highland Parks & Recreation Department
  • Edgar & Dorris Haller Memorial Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $155.00
  • $155.00
  • To provide water safety training & water therapy
  • Hamlin Water Safety Fund
  • Korte Recreation Center
    $175.00
  • $175.00
  • To provide admission to the Korte Recreation Center for those less fortunate
  • Ron & Kathy Schneider Recreation Center Membership Fund
  • Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library
    $165.00
  • $165.00
  • To be used for general library purposes
  • Ruth & Leland Steiner Fund in Memory of Milda & Charles Casper
  • Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library
    $280.00
  • $289.00
  • To be used for technology purposes to benefit the library
  • Eunice L. & Victor H. Koch Technology Fund
  • Bill and Peg Pierce Police Education Fund
    $220.00
  • $220.00
  • 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
  • Relevant Pregnancy Options Center
    $500.00
  • $500.00
  • Used to benefit various client programs
  • Gloria Loebel Fund
  • Relevant Pregnancy Options Center
    $155.00
  • $155.00
  • Used to benefit various client programs
  • Wick Charitable Fund in Memory of Martin Wick
  • 2013 Scholarship Recipient–Kelsey Newcomb
    $2,000.00
  • $2,000.00
  • 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
    $2,000.00
  • $2,000.00
  • 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
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital, Highland
    $1,095.00
  • $1,095.00
  • To provide needed assistance and medical programs
  • Nan Carpenter Donor Advised Fund
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital, Highland
    $150.00
  • $150.00
  • To benefit operations of the hospital
  • Clinton “Pete” Kerin St. Joseph Hospital Fun
  • St. Paul Catholic School
    $180.00
  • $180.00
  • Used for Music & Technology programs
  • James A. Apken St. Paul Music and Technology Fund
  • Patsy Schwarm Education Fund
    $220.00
  • $220.00
  • Will provide scholarships for future teachers and school administrators from HCUSD#5 and to provide materials to enhance the joy of reading in children
  • Patsy Schwarm Education Fund
SIGN UP
To receive email updates
about our work.
Enriching Our Community
649 Grants
Bestowed since 1995
127 Funds
At the Foundation
127 Funds
At the Foundation
$61,569
Endowed in 2017
RECENT HAPPENINGS
Stay up to date with our
latest news on Facebook
RECENT HAPPENINGS
Stay up to date with our latest news on Facebook
DONATE NOW
Contact Us
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
Highland Area Community Foundation
For a Better Tomorrow
In the Greater Highland, Illinois Area
For a Better Tomorrow
In the Greater Highland, Illinois Area
© 2013-2018 Highland Area Community Foundation | Privacy Policy | Sitemap
© 2013-2018 Highland Area Community Foundation
Privacy Policy | Sitemap