Grant decisions are based on individual program type, not any organizational type. Many types of organizations receive our support.
Hoover Family Foundation
1st Funding Cycle
- American Red Cross $10,000 for Home Fire Relief and Recovery program.
- Elkhart County Feral Cat Coalition $1,000 to buy pet food for people who cannot afford it.
- Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis $15,000 to support new High School Programs Manager staff position.
- Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation $10,000 for rapid rehousing for veterans not eligible for VA funded programs.
- Indianapolis Legal Aid Society $10,000 in support of Safe Housing Initiative.
- Outreach Inc. $10,000 toward Case Manager position for G.O.A.L. program, supporting homeless high school seniors.
- The Salvation Army $10,000 Pathway of Hope Program for families at the Ruth Lilly Women and Children’s Center.
- Adelante Mujeres $7,500 for Empresas Small Business development program.
- CASA of Clackamas Count $8,000 for recruitment, training and retention of volunteers to serve children in foster care.
- Children’s Center of Clackamas County $8,000 toward Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy services for traumatized children.
- Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon $8,000 for Second Home program for homeless students in the Beaverton School District.
- Girls Inc. of Pacific Northwest $6,000 for after-school outreach program for girls in high needs schools.
- Maybelle Center for Community $8,000 for Support Services coordinator for program for their low-income residents/clients.
- Open School $8,000 to support Step Up program’s Family Academy.
- SMART $7,500 for volunteer reading/books program.
- Oregon MESA $7,500 to support after school STEM education for underserved middle and high school students.
- Rahab’s Sisters $5,000 for group therapy/crisis intervention for houseless and marginalized women.
- Reading Results $7,500 for reading program for underserved early-grade students.
- Store to Door $6,000 for grocery delivery and visitation services for homebound seniors and adults with disabilities.
- Union Gospel Mission $8,000 to support Outreach Coordinator positions for Search + Rescue program for people who are homeless throughout the metro area.
- Wheel to Walk $6,000 to provide medical equipment/services to children with disabilities.
Hoover Family Foundation
2nd Funding Cycle
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis - $13,000 - for graduation counselor for at-risk teens.
- Domestic Violence Network of Greater Indianapolis - $10,000 - social services/housing program for domestic violence survivors and their children.
- Dove Recovery House for Women - $10,000 - case management services and residential (addiction) recovery program for women.
- Early Learning Indiana - $10,000 - Mentor Teacher professional development program.
- Fairbanks Hospital - $10,000 - Supportive Living Program for people in recovery from substance use disorder.
- Fathers and Families Resource/Research Center - $12,500 - education/certification programs for at-risk fathers.
- Indy Reads - $15,000 Foundations Level Literacy classroom for adults with the lowest levels of literacy skills.
- Horizon House $9,996 toward business attire, transportation and direct assistance for clients in R.I.S.E. employment services program.
- Keep Indianapolis Beautiful - $9,525 to support Leaders in Training on the Youth Tree Team, youth employment program.
- Public Advocates in Community re-Entry - $15,000 - for expansion of employment placement and retention programs, by increasing Employment Retention Coach position.
- Providence Cristo Rey High School $10,000 toward support of Hispanic and Family Outreach Coordinator position.
- Turning Point $10,000 to support counseling for women in a residential recovery program.
- United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana -$5,000 for Specific Assistance fund, used to purchase durable medical and assistive equipment.
- Westminster Neighborhood Services - $10,000 toward new case manager position serving families living in poverty.
- White River Yacht Club Foundation - $1,000 for removal/suppression of invasive Eurasian Milfoil.
- Bradley Angle - $5,000 - Youth & Family Support Services Program for children/youth who have experienced domestic violence.
- Elevate Oregon - $8,000 to support post-secondary success program for low income, diverse high school students.
- Medical Teams International - $8,000 to help fund Mobile Dental Clinics to serve impoverished individuals.
- Metropolitan Family Service - $8,000 - for Economic Empowerment services, financial education and support for low-income families.
- North by Northeast Community Health Center - $7,500 - help provide culturally specific primary care health services for uninsured patients.
- Northwest Catholic Counseling Center - $8,000 to provide counseling appointments to lower income uninsured/underinsured women.
- Oregon Children’s Theatre - $5,000 - Loud & Clear theatre/speaking skills residency program for students at low-income schools.
- Parrott Creek Child & Family Services - $8,000 - to provide year-round school and related educational/career programs for boys in their residential program.
- p:ear - $5,627 for training portion of p:ear barista school, job training program for homeless youth.
- Piano Santa - $599.97 to replace obsolete and non-functional office equipment.
- Portland Homeless Family Solutions - $8,000 to expand Life Lab classes/training to help homeless families get and keep permanent housing.
- Rosemary Anderson High School $5,000 to support its Construction Pre-Apprenticeship Program for low income young adults of color.
- St. Andrew Nativity School - $7,500 toward AmeriCorps Volunteer staff position in the Graduate Support Department to assist low-income 8th graders and high school students.
- Saturday Academy - $8,000 - high impact academic/STEAM summer camp programs for low-income youth.
- Serendipity Center - $7,500 for Farm-to-Community Project for students in a therapeutic school.
- Tucker Maxon School - $8,000 toward Early Intervention Program for infants and toddlers with hearing loss.
Hoover Family Foundation
3rd Funding Cycle
- Assistance League of Indianapolis - $8,000 to support Operation School Bell and provide books to kids to improve literacy.
- AYS - $11,000 - support before and after school programming for children who are homeless.
- Child Advocates - $10,000 - Educational Liaison Program to improve educational outcomes for children in foster care.
- Christamore House - $10,000 - Senior Program case management and supportive services for seniors living in poverty.
- Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra - $7,500 - to support Metropolitan Youth Orchestra, youth and family development program.
- Jameson Camp - $7,500 - Youth Leadership program to help teens develop skills needed to stay on track to graduate from HS and pursue postsecondary education.
- Little Red Door Cancer Agency - $7,500 - provide rides to chemotherapy and radiation appointments for low-income cancer patients.
- NJTL of Indianapolis - $1,000 - for after school program.
- Noble - $10,000 - to support Eli Lilly/CBRE Workforce Inclusion Project to place people with disabilities into meaningful, competitive-wage jobs.
- Otis R. Bowen Center/Enchanted Hills Community Partnership Center - $15,000 - Stable Housing Microloans and Job Training.
- Same As U, Inc. - $1,000 for program for young adults with developmental disabilities.
- Society of St. Vincent de Pau l- $10,000 - Changing Lives Forever intensive program for individuals experiencing poverty.
- TechPoint Foundation - $7,500 - to start five Science Action Clubs, serving low-income and minority students.
- ALS Association Oregon and SW Washington - $8,000 - Care Services Program of coordinated medical and support services for individuals with ALS.
- Constructing Hope Pre-Apprenticeship Program - $5,500 - support construction trades summer program for low-income and minority youth.
- Family of Friends Mentoring - $5,500 support for new Outreach and Recruitment Manager for youth mentoring program.
- Friends of the Children - $8,000 to support expansion of college and career readiness program for youth in grades 2nd – 12th.
- Oregon Museum of Science and Industry - $6,000 - Teen Science Alliance program.
- Oregon Robotics Tournament & Outreach Program - $7,831 for STEM/robotics programs for underrepresented/served children.
- Our House of Portland - $8,000 - Neighborhood Housing and Care Program for under-resourced individuals living with HIV.
- Portland Youth Builders - $6,000 - pre-apprenticeship training program for young people who have dropped out of high school.
- Shadow Project - $7,500 - expand reading mentoring program for special education students.