Grants

Since 1963, the Women’s Club of Newburgh has made contributions totaling over $750,000 to local non-profits and the community.

The grant application will be available from September 2021 and must be submitted for consideration by January 19, 2022, for all applications.

The sponsoring Women’s Club of Newburgh member’s signature must be included on the application. Before applying please review all the steps necessary including the Cover Letter; Position Statements; Instructions; Application 2021-2022; Follow-up Report.

Grant Application Welcome

Grant Eligibility

Grant Application

Follow-up Report

All grants awarded in May 2022 require a representative from the non-profit organization receiving the grant to be present in order to receive the grant funds.

If you have further questions after reviewing each section above, please contact the 2nd Vice President of the Women’s Club of Newburgh and Grant Review Committee Chair at grants@womensclubofnewburgh.org.

Grant Recipients for 2021 were:

Bread of Life Ministries – $1,625.81.   Purchase self stable foods for food boxes

YWCA – $1,100.  YES program for women in crisis – bedding, towels, etc.

Muslim Association of Southern Indiana for Health Advancement (MASIHA) – $1,775.  Mobile food pantry food purchase and COVID prevention kits.

Smile on Down Syndrome – $400.  Cookbooks for cooking classes

TOUCH – $300.  Cancer patient assistance with non-medical expenses for 2 months must be Warrick County residents.

Newburgh Park Pals – $2,000.  Park bench at Lou Dennis Park (part of a renovation project).  A plaque will be installed with WCN on it.

Mrs. C’s Closet – $1,500.  Purchase underwear and new items for the clothing bank and consumable school schools.

Newburgh Chandler Library – $550.  Cricut to make items for their Take and Make kits.

Optimal Rhythms – $1,400.  Consumable activity kits for Warrick County clients/parents

Historic Newburgh, Inc. – $1,025.  Updated wayfinding sign downtown

Parenting Time Center – $450.  Children’s books to help with the crisis.  Kids will keep the books.

Newburgh Museum – $2,500.  Speakers’ Series equipment.  Portable PA system and cordless mic, Past Perfect and Office software programs, and external DVD drive.