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SIA Foundation awards grants to 16 Indiana nonprofits

Organizations from 11 counties received funds totaling nearly $160,000

LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) today announced 16 Indiana nonprofit organizations from 11 counties will be awarded capital grants totaling an unprecedented $158,260.90 by the SIA Foundation.

Since its establishment in 1997, the SIA Foundation has awarded more than $2 million to fund nonprofit projects across Indiana. The newest recipients represent Allen, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Delaware, Elkhart, LaPorte, Newton, Orange, Tippecanoe and Warren counties.

The SIA Foundation awards grants twice annually to nonprofit organizations seeking up to $15,000 in capital funding for arts and culture, health and welfare, or education projects. More information can be found at

Recipients for the fall grant cycle are:

• A Better Way Services (Delaware County) – $13,363.04

Bunk beds

• Center for Healing and Hope (Elkhart County) – $8,170

Vision screener, lead analyzer, hemoglobin analyzer and audiometer

• Delaware County Historical Society (Delaware County) – $2,991

Security system

• Delphi Community High School (Carroll County) – $13,947.31

Three-bay sanitation sinks, stainless steel tables and shelving

• Heartford House (Tippecanoe County) – $3,565

Security system for Quinton’s House

• Group Homes for Children (Tippecanoe County) – $14,816.94

Replacement windows and storm door

• L & A Park Foundation (Carroll County) – $13,614.93

Solar-powered parking/security lights

• LaCrosse Volunteer Fire Department (LaPorte County) – $14,414.65

Portable radios

• Lafayette Citizens Band (Tippecanoe County) – $13,456.59

Sound equipment and bass clarinet

• Learning Network of Clinton County (Clinton County) – $6,066.77

Computers, network equipment and tablets

• Lewis Cass Schools (Cass County) – $14,991.92

Plastic recycling filament production equipment

• Matthew 25 (Allen County) – $8,170.75

Electrocardiogram machine, vital signs monitor and cart

• NICHES Land Trust (Tippecanoe County) – $13,669

Utility vehicle

• Orange County Community Development (Orange County) – $1,450

Lumber and materials

• South Newton High School (Newton County) – $9,548

Livestream equipment

• Town of Williamsport (Warren County) – $6,025

Personal thermal cameras

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