(December 1, 2022) — Grants from the Coleman County Foundation and Friends of Coleman County have been awarded to Coleman
County nonprofits through grant cycles held this year.
Grants totaling $82,270 were awarded by the Coleman County Foundation to these fall recipients:
City of Novice – sidewalk and ramp ADA compliance updates
City of Santa Anna – warning siren purchase
Coleman County Medical Center District Foundation – patient room furniture for visitors
Coleman County Youth Activity Center – kitchen oven replacements at Bill Franklin Center
Coleman Police Department – traffic control equipment
Friends of Coleman Public Library – summer reading program
Santa Anna Historical Development Organization – Penatuhkah Comanche Trail signage
Santa Anna ISD – Pre-K classroom furniture and educational supplies
The Ark Domestic Violence Shelter – client assistance
Grants totaling $20,000 were awarded by the Friends of Coleman County Foundation to these spring recipients:
Coleman Heritage, Arts & Preservation Society – Heritage Hall/Coleman Museum updates
Coleman County Law Enforcement Center – protective equipment
Coleman County Medical Center District Foundation –trash receptacles for new medical campus
Coleman Park Police – police equipment
Cornerstone Community Action Agency – Certified Nursing Assistant program tuition assistance
About Coleman County Foundation
The Coleman County Foundation was established in 1999 as a vehicle for philanthropy in Coleman County. Since its beginning in 1999, the Coleman County Foundation has awarded more than $1.26 million in grants. The foundation's fund is managed by the Community Foundation of Abilene, and the earnings from these assets are used to make grants to nonprofits serving various needs in Coleman County.
About grant opportunities
The Coleman County Foundation (CCF) and the Friends of Coleman County Foundation each offer an annual grant cycle for nonprofits serving Coleman County. The CCF awards grants in the fall, and the Friends of the Coleman County Foundation awards grants in the spring.