Appalachian Fund

Education Grants

Provider Grant

Amount

Appalachian Artisan Center Funding for the business development and craft education programs focused on artisans in Eastern Kentucky

$5,000

Berea College Appalachian Center* General support and publications

$45,000

CHILD Educator and curriculum costs to support a childhood sexual abuse prevention program

$5,000

David School* Scholarships and educational materials for economically disadvantaged students

$30,000

Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing* Support for Southeastern Kentucky residents to attend the Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing

$10,000

High Rock for Girls Support of an internship program coordinator

$10,000

Hindman Settlement School* Scholarship assistance for students enrolled in the Summer Tutoring Program

$40,000

New Opportunity School for Women* Funds are intended for direct participant costs such as travel, room and board, health screenings and follow-up services for their low-income, middle-aged clientele

$25,000

Pine Mountain Settlement School Program to promote quality environmental education/reading instruction in local schools

$22,500

 

 Total

   $192,500

*Appalachian Fund Affiliate

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