Archives: Announcements

Back-To-School Shopping to Benefit the Foundation

Are you shopping for back-to-school supplies?  You can benefit the Foundation while making the purchases you need!  Go to smile.amazon.com, sign in with your Amazon account, and select the Greene County Foundation as your supporting organization – Amazon will donate a portion of eligible purchases direct to the Foundation.  It’s an easy way to help… [Read More]

2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship

High school seniors, mark your calendars!  The 2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship will be open to applicants starting on Tuesday, August 14th, 2018.  The deadline for applications to be submitted is 11:59pm on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018.  To apply after the opening date, proceed to the Foundation’s scholarship application portal at the following link: https://greenecountyfoundation.communityforce.com/Login.aspx For… [Read More]

1st Annual Greene County Hackathon

Sponsored by grant funding from the Greene County Foundation and Regional Opportunities Initiative, and administered by NSWC Crane, the 1st Annual Greene County Hackathon is coming up soon!  This event will be at the Linton Library on July 23-24, and at the Bloomfield Library on July 26-27. Students entering 7th grade or higher can work… [Read More]

Congratulations to Scholarship Winners

We would like to congratulate the winners of our General Scholarships for the graduating class of 2018!  We are proud to have each of the selected students represent Greene County.  All General Scholarships and their winner(s) are listed below: Angell Family Scholarship – Grant Sipes (WRV) Bart Burris Eastern Greene Football Scholarship – James Howard… [Read More]

Eastern Greene School Hosts STEM Event

Eastern Greene Elementary School hosted a STEM Family Night on Thursday, April 26, made possible by STEM Grant funds from the Foundation and Regional Opportunities Initiative!  EGES students and their families enjoyed an Earth Day-themed evening of fun STEM activities meant to inspire creativity and problem-solving.  The Greene County Daily World was on hand to… [Read More]