Rising Sun Regional Foundation announces 1st Quarter grants

September 24, 2020

first_img(19)        $2,500 to the St. Louis School toward STEM-related equipment and materials; and (16)        $12,500 to the Shiner Pride Band Boosters toward the purchase of a sound system; (10)        $40,000 to the Otter Creek Township Volunteer Fire Department toward the construction of a new fire station; (2)         $2,500 to the Aurora Riverfront Beautification toward its 2018 Red White & Boom festival; (4)         $2,400 to the Batesville Community School Corporation for the purchase of a vision screening machine; Grant applications for the next grants cycle are due Monday, April 16, 2018 by 4:00pm. Applications can be downloaded from the RSRF website at, and can be emailed to [email protected] (15)        $4,615 to the Rising Sun Volunteer Fire Department for new helmets; (3)         $20,000 to the City of Batesville Parks Department for playground surface for one of its new playground areas; (8)         $1,901 to the Ohio County Extension Office for renovations to its office; (18)        $5,000 to the South Ripley Community School Corporation for the purchase of a Smartboard and wobble stools; (17)        $18,600 to the South Dearborn Community School Corporation for new track and field equipment; The Rising Sun Regional Foundation was created in 1994 by the City of Rising Sun, and is now funded by the Rising Star Casino Resort, owned by Full House Resorts, Inc., which makes monthly contributions to the foundation based on a percentage of its Adjusted Gross Revenue. To date, the foundation has received more than $43 million in riverboat funds, of which at least 75% has been granted back to the community. (5)         $4,434 to the Batesville Community School Corporation for the purchase of a web-based math program; Rising Sun, In. —  The Rising Sun Regional Foundation awarded a total of $270,182 in 20 new grants in the first quarter of 2018. These grants included: (6)         $10,000 to the LifeTime Resources toward matching funds for Catch-A-Ride vehicles; (14)        $35,000 to the Rising Sun Ohio County Community School Corporation toward LED lighting upgrades at the elementary/middle school building; (9)         $5,000 to Ohio County Youth Development for crates to store animal pens; (13)        $25,000 to the Rising Sun Municipal Utilities toward the purchase of a new bucket truck; (12)        $10,000 to the Rising Sun Medical Center for upgrades to furniture and its phone system; (1)         $4,415 to the American Legion Post #337 – Sunman toward the purchase of a commercial water softener; (20)        $38,232 to the Town of Sunman for the purchase of a new police vehicle and related equipment. (11)        $10,000 to the City of Rising Sun/ Rising Sun Ohio County Community School Corporation for baseball/softball field improvements; (7)         $20,000 to the Milan Community School Corporation for video surveillance systems for school buses;last_img

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