2023 Grant Recipients
Provides programs and resources for caregivers and patients affected from memory and movement disorders.
$20,700 - to update information technology equipment to accommodate a growing number of people served
Inspires and enables all young people to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
$28,000 - to replace four air conditioners for the Sebastian Boys & Girls Club
Tranformational shelter for homeless and at-risk men of Indian River County.
$54,000 to renovate office and resident rooms
Strives to prevent and end homelessness on the Treasure Coast by supporting the development and acquisition of affordable housing.
$100,000 to construct an affordable housing Accessory Dwelling Unit
Helps those most in need to STET program of year-round basketball and one-to-one academic mentoring.
$53,000 to purchase study cubicles and furniture for Crossover's Center for Academics; and to purchase training equipment
Education Foundation of Indian River County, Inc. Funds school programs and services that support opportunities for students to achieve academic success.
$8,000 to purchase conference room AV system, printer, and room partition
Educates, inspires, and empowers all people to be active stewards of the environment and their own well-being.
$50,000 towards main dock replacement used for environmental education programs
Offers quality programs for children of all ages that will develop self-esteem, teach character, encourage each individual to reach his or her ultimate potential, and nurtures partnerships with various community entities in Gifford and the surrounding municipalities of Indian River County.
$92,000 to complete installation of upgraded hurricane impact windows
Develops housing solutions that provide working families with a sustainable, long-term solution for housing.
$50,000 to purchase two pickup trucks for transporting materials to affordable home building sites
Maintains a safe shelter for abused, abandoned or neglected children through prevention, early intervention, and advocacy services.
$50,000 and $25,000 match to purchase a whole house generator for the Hibiscus Children’s Village
Transitions families from homelessness to sustainable permanent housing by providing a safe, clean environnment with supportive services.
$29,000 to purchase washers and dryers, toilets, a smart TV, and to replace a freezer condenser
Provides resources, education and help with planning from pregnancy, labor, delivery and developmental milestones for a smooth transition to motherhood and family well-being.
$20,000 to renovate support group meeting area
Provides mental health services for all ages and income levels.
$50,000 to upgrade electronic medical records system, furniture, and office equipment
To preserve and protect the animals, plants, and natural communities in Indian River County, and the land and water on which they depend through advocacy, education, and public awareness.
$55,000 to purchase a 15 passenger van for educational fieldtrips
Provides transitional housing for homeless families living in Indian River County. (Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach, Inc.)
$50,000 towards a complete rebuilding of their parking lot
Provides transport services, Meals on Wheels, and other services to senior citizens.
$55,000 to purchase two immediate response vehicles for case managers
Fosters personal achievement through equine assisted activities and therapy for special needs individuals.
$20,000 for two horses for their equine assisted special needs program
Provides affordable, independent apartments to senior citizens on a limited income in an attractive, safe, and socially supportive environment.
$74,000 to install a generator and LP tank to power a safe place for residents to gather during extended power outages
To reduce the impact of substance misuse in Indian River County through prevention, education, treatment, and recovery support.
$20,300 to purchase two high output, multi-function copiers
Provides best-practice and research-based assessment, counseling, case management, and psychiatric services to children, their families, and adults in the Treasure Coast area.
$20,000 to enhance technology and outreach equipment
Offers comprehensive programs that provide hope and support every day to special needs individuals and their families.
$50,000 to install insulated/hurricane impact windows
Provides accessible, cost effective, high quality, comprehensive healthcare to all persons, regardless of their socio-economic circumstances.
$34,000 to rejuvenate patient clinical care areas with new furniture and flooring
Provides case management and financial assistance to prevent and end homelessness on the Treasure Coast.
$50,000 to upgrade office technology and replace plumbing in three affordable homes
Serves those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidies, employment training and placement, and referrals to other collaborative social service providers.
$77,635 to purchase a new maintenance vehicle and forklift for the grocery program
Supports Veterans and their families.
$50,000 to the Veterans Helping Veterans program, providing capital repairs to veterans' homes
Provides compassionate, innovative care of the highest quality, setting the standard for patients and caregivers needing home health, hospice, and community health services.
$3,000 to purchase a bus driver’s seat and medical grade scale for the mobile health clinic
Provides access to affordable healthcare to at-risk populations in Indian River and St. Lucie Counties.
$25,000 towards a mobile medical office van
The longest running mentoring program in Indian River County, providing positive adult role models for children from low-income and single parent families since 1973.
$50,000 to install a commercial grade generator for their building
Youth Sailing Foundation provides Indian River County with educational, recreational, and competitive sailing programs for all ages in a fun and safe environment. 48% come from underserved homes. 28% from minority communities. 16% have special needs/disabilities. 8% are homeless. Between after school and summer camp programs, over 250 children are served.
$100,000 to fund a classroom, part of the planned Community Sailing Center
Agencies eligible for capital needs funding are those that serve people in need in Indian River County and whose programs are directed towards meeting needs or assisting with issues related to food, shelter, disabilities, health, age, abuse or children’s education.