Penny Power Grants Awarded

Thirteen applications were approved for funding this cycle.  $7,820.82 was granted to the following groups/organizations:

  • Augusta Senior Citizens—$1,150 toward cost of installing metal siding on back wall of senior center
  • Blessed Sacrament School—$278.33 for various building kits/materials to aid with engineering skills
  • Quincy Junior High School—$580 toward cost of providing sensory items for 7th grade sensory room
  • St. Mary School—$675 toward cost of purchasing leveled Readers for 1st grade classroom
  • Golden Friends—$800 for two outdoor benches for the Golden Community Park
  • Schuyler County Humane Society—$516 toward the cost of chew-proof dog beds for new dog kennels
  • Community for Christ Assistance Center—$700 for Camp Point Unit Dist. #3 Back to School Fair
  • Denman Elementary School—$350 for educational and recreational field trips for special needs students
  • Jensen Camp Foundation—$476.49 for supplies needed to create a safety zone around the new swing set
  • Adams County Fair—$565 to help offset cost of kids’ day contests during the fair
  • Lincoln Douglas Elementary School—$550 toward cost of tower garden project
  • Central High School Trap Program—$630 for supplies needed for new trap shooting program
  • Iles Elementary School—$550 toward cost of tower garden project

Penny Power grants to date now total $595,310.18! The next deadline to apply for a Penny Power grant is October 3, 2022.

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