2020 Penny Power Grants

2020 – 1st Quarter

$300 – Clayton Public Library; Very Ready to Read programming materials
$300 – St. Dominic School; knitting machine (needed to make hats and scarves for foster kids)
$350 – Southeastern High School; supplies for industrial arts classes
$400 – Adams County Farm Bureau Foundation; Ag in the Classroom program
$1,000 – Rushville Fitness and Community Center; AEDs for new facility
$400 – Unity Trap Program; supplies to support Trap program
$425 – Schuyler County Community Center; Wi-Fi setup and healthy snacks
$450 – Community for Christ Assistance Center; hygiene products for needy families
$550 – The Princess Theatre Foundation; toward cost of repairing railing/supports
$500 – Loraine Fire Department; town clock
$349.99 – Iles Elementary School; camera for AgriKids News project
$750 – Jensen Camp Foundation; safety lighting and all-terrain vehicle
$850 – Bowen Christian Church; Backpack Snack program
$300 – Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County; Black History month exhibit 

2nd Quarter

$580 – Payson-Seymour Elementary School; Chromebooks
$650 – Quincy Junior High School; classroom seating/supplies for sensory room
$400 – Quincy Junior High School; teaching materials for telling time and counting money
$110 – Quincy Hospitality House; firm pillows for guests
$250 – Brown County Public Library District; sensory items
$650 – Tri-State Area Center for Women’s Ministries; laptop and printer/copier
$400 – Southeastern Elementary School; classroom rug
$500 – Transitions of Western IL; platform swing and folding mat
$500 – Illinois Veterans Home; plants and supplies for memorial garden
$200 – Central Adams 4-H Club (through Community for Christ Assistance Center); “Meating the Need” project
$550 – Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools; Reading Recovery program 
$300 – Immanuel/Trinity Kids Club; snacks and supplies for kids’ club ministry
$500 – Cornerstone: Foundation for Families; car seats, diapers, and formula for needy families
$450 – Greater West Central Public Library District; activity table and chairs
$475 – Mt. Sterling T.T.T. Society; Adopt-a-Family book program
$1,000 – The Salvation Army of Quincy; food for needy families impacted by pandemic
$550 – Quincy Community Theatre; Boot Camp & Basic Training programs
$375 – Rocket Boosters Club; athletic programs 
$250 – Blessed Sacrament School; financial literacy program
$750 – Western IL FCA; huddle support and resources such as curriculum, books, Bibles, etc.