FREEPORT, IL. – September 8, 2015 – The Freeport Community Foundation Board of Directors awarded a $4,000.00 grant from the John M. Drogosz Youth Substance Abuse Prevention/Treatment Memorial Fund to The Rosecrance Foundation at a grant reception on August 27 at Rosecrance’s Griffin Williamson Campus. Grants made from this Fund are directed to non-profit organizations with educational, prevention and/or treatment of substance abuse programs focused on helping youth ages 21 or younger in Stephenson, Jo Daviess, and Carroll Counties.
The Rosecrance Foundation will use the grant to acquire learning resources for the Rosecrance School, which is housed at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus. These resources include software that enables adolescents to prepare for their GED and four computers. This technology will enhance the students’ learning experience at the school, a vital component of the clients’ treatment plan and unique among adolescent treatment centers in offering four hours of schooling daily.
Also, the Foundation will announce its fall grant awards at the Foundation’s 40th Anniversary Fall Grant Reception on October 22 at the Freeport Eagles Club, 1200 West Galena Ave., Freeport, IL. Please RSVP to the Foundation by October 9 if you plan on attending.
The Freeport Community Foundation has a 40-year history as a community-based charitable organization guided by community leaders dedicated to providing financial solutions for current and future community needs. 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organizations from Northwest Illinois and the surrounding communities are eligible to receive funding.
For information or to apply for a Freeport Community Foundation grant, visit the web-site: www.freeportcommunityfoundation.org , or call 815.801.3035. The foundation is located at 524 West Stephenson Street, Suite 102, in Freeport, IL.
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