United Way of Central Indiana recently awarded the final round of unrestricted grants totaling more than $1.7 million to human services organizations serving individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Hamilton, Boone, Hancock, Hendricks and Morgan counties.
The grants, combined with the first round of grants totaling $1.8 million, were distributed to 50 organizations. They were made possible by Lilly Endowment Inc.
The largest Hamilton County grant was for $240,000 and went to the Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development.
“This grant will allow us to help keep our low-income neighbors safely housed despite the impact COVID-19 has had on our community,” HAND Executive Director Andrea Davis stated. “Losing income due to a public health emergency is devastating enough, but thanks to the generosity of Lilly Endowment, United Way of Central Indiana and other donors, these families won’t have to worry about losing their homes as a result.”
Hamilton County recipients:
- Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville: $50,000
- Family Promise of Hamilton County: $70,000
- Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County: $100,000
- Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development: $240,000
- Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic: $50,000
- Prevail: $75,000
- Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County: $125,000
- YMCA of Greater Indianapolis: $50,000
- Youth Mentoring Initiative: $40,000