The Clinton County Community Foundation has awarded over 130-thousand dollars during 2021. A few of the groups awarded money included the Clinton County sheriff’s department for purchase of a forensic device called a “grey key” which helps them investigate people in the “cloud” particularly in child exploitation and domestic cases. Purdue Extension of Clinton County will receive 52-hundred dollars to support cultural awareness. 10-thousand dollars will go to build six ADA compliant wheelchair ramps. The Community Foundation was created in 1996. A complete list is below:
The following nonprofit agencies and programs were awarded grants from community endowment unrestricted funds:
- $9,533 to the Clinton Co. Sheriff’s Office provides funding to purchase a forensic device known as “GrayKey.” This device and its software will allow the Sheriff’s Office to conduct in-depth investigations of cloud-based evidence, specifically in child exploitation and domestic violence cases.
- $4,500 to Food Finders Food Bank will support three additional mobile food pantries in Clinton County for January, February and March 2022.
- $1,000 to Frankfort High School supports the implementation of a new Positive Behavior Intervention Support model, “The Hot Dog Way.”
- $5,200 to Purdue Extension of Clinton County will support two Cultural Awareness Workshops and the Intercultural Development Inventory in Clinton County.
- $10,400 to Servants at Work (SAWs) supports building six ADA-compliant wooden wheelchair ramps for individuals in Clinton County.
- $1,000 to Servants at Work (SAWS) supports building an ADA-compliant wooden wheelchair ramp.
Clinton County Community Foundation Special 25th Anniversary Drawing
- $2,500 – Abilities Services
- $2,500 – Clinton County Fair Council
- $2,500 – Friends of the Rossville Library
- $2,500 – Open Door Health Clinic
- $2,500 – WeCare of Clinton County