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by: Reed Parker, Inside INdiana Business

Posted: May 12, 2021 / 9:57 AM EST / Updated: May 12, 2021 / 11:13 AM EST

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – The Indiana Automotive Foundation’s Subaru has made capital grants to 17 Indiana nonprofits in 11 Indiana counties. The grants total more than $ 148,000 for arts and culture, health and welfare or education projects.

The foundation states that the grants are awarded twice a year to organizations seeking funding of up to $ 15,000. The new recipients represent Counties of Carroll, Crawford, Dearborn, Grant, Lake, LaPorte, Porter, Pulaski, Putnam, Tippecanoe, and Vigo.

The recipients include:

  • Castlemakers – $ 9,893 solar and photovoltaic systems
  • Crawford County United Ministries – $ 1,014 – Freezer
  • Dearborn Highlands Art Council – $ 12,700 – plate roller, pug, oven, extruder, and supporting equipment
  • Delphi Opera House – $ 4,000 – laptop, walkie talkies, power amplifier speakers, microphones, and ladders
  • Eastern Pulaski School Corp. – $ 15,000 CNC machine and robotic equipment
  • GrowLocal Urban Gardens – $ 7,200 utility vehicle trailer and tiller walk-behind tractor
  • Heart House – $ 5,000 – double convection oven
  • Indiana 4-H Foundation – $ 10,768 – Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and microcomputer kits
  • Indiana State University – US $ 5,215.78 – Electrotherapy and therapeutic exercise equipment with a mobile rack
  • Lafayette Sunnyside Intermediate School – $ 12,334.68 – chairs, table & monitors
  • Lincoln Hills United Methodist Church Pantry – $ 3,005.62 – Commercial Refrigerator and Freezer
  • Mayflower Mill Elementary – $ 5,301 – World Music Drums
  • Meals on Wheels in Northwest Indiana – $ 5,303.45 – Induction area, food processor, pots with lids and electric can openers
  • Noble Township Volunteer Fire Department – $ 14,963 – Training dummies and smoke generators
  • Riggs Community Health Center – $ 11,125.54 – Retinal Examination Device
  • Martin Community Center – $ 10,900 Retractable Walls
  • Portage Township YMCA – $ 15,000 – Door electrical equipment, security system, paging system, and AED