Fort Wayne Announces Nonprofit Grants – Inside Indiana Business

The YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne is one of the grant recipients

The City of Fort Wayne announced more than $490,000 in federal grants to 21 local nonprofit programs. Funding is from the Emergency Solutions Grant and the Community Development Block Grant to assist low- and middle-income residents with domestic violence support, youth development, job skills and accommodation.

“Fort Wayne is fortunate to be home to so many organizations that are making a lasting and meaningful difference to individuals and families in our community,” said Mayor Henry. “Now more than ever, it is essential that we come together to encourage each other and provide opportunities for current and future success. We are also committed to being good fiscal stewards of federal funds that come to Fort Wayne to improve the well-being of our residents.

Recipients of the Community Development Block Grant include:

  • A mother’s hope
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • Light point
  • Building a stronger family
  • Euell A. Wilson Center
  • Housing Opportunity Program
  • just neighbors
  • Language Services Network – English as a Second Language
  • Language Services Network – Interpretation and Translation
  • Lutheran Social Services
  • Mental Health America
  • The Alliance for Literacy
  • Turnstile Center
  • Saint-Vincent-Village
  • Source
  • YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne

Emergency Solutions Grant recipients include:

  • YMCA of Northeast Indiana
  • Saint-Vincent-Village
  • Housing Opportunity Program
  • Catholic charities
  • Saint Joseph Missions

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