2020 Grant Recipients Announced
This year, we are proud to announce that eight local non-profit organizations were awarded a total of $23,500 during the City of Lincoln Council Meeting on January 28th. Here are the organizations with their program names and amount of grant funding received:
|Art League of Lincoln||Art 4 Kids – Summer 2020||$1,500|
|Friends of the Lincoln Library||School Bus Learning Trip with Tour of the Lincoln Library||$1,500|
|Golden Sierra Life Skills||Men, Infants and Children (MIC) – Male Parenting and Life Skills Program||$3,000|
|Lincoln Girls Softball Association||Operation Snack Bar||$4,000|
|Lincoln High School Art Department||Outdoor Kiln Yard Phase Two||$5,000|
|Lincoln High School Robotics||WPUSD Robotics Program||$1,500|
|Lincoln High School Science EXPO||LHS 15th Annual Science EXPO||$2,000|
|Lincoln Rotary Club Foundation||Rec2Go||$5,000|
From 2005 through January 2020, the Lincoln Community Foundation has awarded approximately $380,000 to 230 projects that benefit our local community.
Photo of the 2020 Annual Grantees shown above, from left to right: 3 students for the LHS Art Dept, Janet Hutchinson for Rotary, Marilou Edwards for LHS Science Expo and Robotics, Linda Derosier for Friends of Lincoln Library, Tammy Crosthwaite for Golden Sierra Life Skills, Paul Apfel for Art League of Lincoln, Linda Miller for the LHS Art Dept, Thomas Grayson for Golden Sierra Life Skills, Kris Knutson for LCF, and Carolyn George for Lincoln Girls Softball Association.