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Grant Program

Congratulations to All INAPEF Grant Recipients

Since INAPEF's beginning, we have given more than $244,000 in grants to K-12 public education foundations in Indiana. Stay tuned for information on new grant programs from INAPEF.

2016 Professional Development Grants

  • Dearborn County Retired Teachers Foundation
  • Lawrence Township School Foundation
  • Portage Township Education Foundation

2015-2017 INFUSE SustainAbility Grants

  • Avon Education Foundation
  • Brownsburg Education Foundation
  • Clark-Pleasant Education Foundation
  • Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools
  • Greenfield Central School Foundation
  • Hammond Education Foundation
  • Lawrence Township School Foundation
  • Mt. Vernon Education Foundation
  • Noblesville Schools Education Foundation

Our most recent grant programs include:

INFUSE II Participants:

  • Batesville Community Education Foundation
  • Brownsburg Education Foundation
  • Franklin Education Connection
  • Greenfield Central School Foundation
  • Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation
  • Indianapolis Public Schools Education Foundation
  • Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools
  • North West Hendricks Education Foundation
  • Pike Township Educational Foundation
  • Springs Valley Education Foundation

Granting the Seed Grant Recipients:

Four of the state's newest education foundations received grants for operations and board development, made possible by a State Farm Insurance Companies grant to INAPEF.

Delaware Community Schools Educational Foundation: $750 for ACT database software to manage alumni, donor recognition, donor campaigns and other marketing campaigns

Nineveh Hensley Jackson Educational Foundation: $707 for marketing materials including foundation brochures, thank you cards, stationery and envelopes and postage.

North West Hendricks Education Foundation: $1,413 to pay filing fees to apply to become a 501(c)(3) organization and pay registration fees for 2 attendees to attend the NSFA conference in Indianapolis.

Yorktown Community Schools Education Foundation: $1,500 to help pay operational expenses associated with filing for 501(c)(3) status with the IRS including securing a person to assist with the process of establishing the foundation.

2011-2012 INFUSE Grant Recipients:

  • Anderson Education Foundation
  • Avon Education Foundation
  • Bartholomew Consolidated School Foundation
  • Beech Grove Education Foundation
  • Center Grove Education Foundation
  • Delaware Community Schools Educational Foundation
  • Franklin Township Education Foundation
  • Kokomo Public Schools Education Foundation
  • Lake Central Education Foundation
  • Mishawaka Education Foundation
  • Mt. Vernon Education Foundation
  • Public Schools Foundation of Tippecanoe County, Inc.

Why are education foundations important?

"Our foundation consists of a large number of dedicated volunteers who work to raise funds for scholarships for deserving students. The funds raised also go to give small grants to teachers to try new or innovative programs with their students. In both instances, students benefit greatly. What the foundation provides is not simply something more...the scholarships and grants impact lives forever."

- Dr. Mark Keen, Superintendent of Westfield Washington Schools

Please consider giving to INAPEF's Foundation Development Grants for 2009. We appreciate your support.

Contact us at:

1809 Woodfield Dr.
Greenwood, Indiana 46143
Phone: 317-697-2601

INAPEF is a member of the National Schools Foundation Association