The Crown Point Community Foundation The Crown Point Community Foundation

Latest Grants Awarded


1886 Church Foundation

Remove existing foam stucco sheathing to examine brick wall condition and repair where necessary.


Best Buddies

To support the current Best Buddies school chapters in Crown Point.

$4,279.90 (match)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana

Provide Digital Arts Device/Equipment to the Cedar Lake Club for Digital Arts Programs.


Cancer Resource Center

To assist with the continuation of their Expressive Art Therapy.


Catholic Charities, Diocese of Gary

To assist South Lake County residents avoid homelessness.

$3,573.50 (match - ($704.52 Unrestricted Fund + $2,868.98 Community Literacy Fund)

Crown Point Community Library

To assist with the purchase of STEM coding equipment for use in programming for children and teens.


CPCF Emergency Aid & Relief Fund

To provide support to residents or organizations for sudden severe economic hardships or natural disasters due to fires, floods, tornados, health related (pandemics), or other disasters affecting the community.


Crown Point Emergency Management Agency

To purchase portable radios for new and existing members of the department.


Crown Point Fire Rescue

To help purchase ballistic vests and trauma equipment to protect paramedics which will allow them to provide care to any victims during an active threat situation.


Dunes Dogs Training Club

To help support Pets N Vets Program for U.S. Military Veterans returning with PTSD and/or Traumatic Brain Injury.


G.A.P. Food Pantry

Purchase a commercial upright freezer to efficiently store perishable food for distribution.


Girls on the Run of Northwest Indiana

To provide scholarship assistance to girls in South Lake County so they can be a part of the Girls on the Run team to be joyful, healthy and confident through social-emotional learning and physical activity.

$3,240.84 (match - ($3,000 Unrestricted Fund + $240.84 The Manis Family Fund)

Golden Hope Ministries

To provide biweekly sessions and meals.

$1,500 (match)

Hanover Jr Wildcat Football

Help offset cost of helmet reconditioning so additional items can be purchased as needed.


Hearts in Motion

The New Directions program assists families who have faced hardship through domestic violence, a house fire, or homelessness in transitioning from a shelter into a new home.


Holy Spirit/St. Vincent DePaul Society

Purchase necessary food items for distribution to our food insecure neighbors.


Humane Indiana

To provide lifesaving care for nearly 300 homeless, abandoned, and at-risk animals in South Lake County and support the nurturing and healing connection between pets and people for 1,000 South Lake County residents.

$1,000 (match)

Indiana Elite F.C.

Upgrade the grounds, entrance, driveway & parking lot to facility.

$5,000 (match)

Lake Region Christian Assembly

To expand access to programs to students in South Lake County.

$2,500 (match)

Love Moves Us

To provide support, education, and nurturing to families in the Cedar Lake area who have made the choice to adopt and/or foster children.


Mommy’s Haven

To provide therapy to new mothers living in the maternity home.


Northwest Indiana Symphony Society

To secure underwriting for the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra’s entire 2022-23 concert season to be performed in South Lake County.


Pathway to Adventure Council

To support Cub-O-Ree, an overnight camping experience designed to give both new and existing Cub Scouts an exciting adventure at the start of the new school year.


Saint Mary Catholic Community School

Improve gym floor and make it a safe floor for students and school community to enjoy.


Second Life Resale Shoppe

To purchase a new outdoor donation bin that will allow the community to donate items after hours.


Solon Robinson Elementary School

To establish a Robotics Club for the students at Solon Robinson Elementary School.

$5,000 (match)

South Lake County Agricultural Historical Society

To support the purchase of a handicap accessible people mover to be utilized at various farm shows in the region.


Tradewinds Services

Support for Tradewinds Community Pantry serving residents of Lake County who are food insecure.


Wheelchair Ramp Ministry (St. Michael’s Church)

For continued purchase of used Aluminum wheelchair ramps.

$7,933 (match)

Youth for Christ of Northwest Indiana

To help preteens and teens who attend Hanover Central High School and Hanover Central Middle School make good choices, establish a solid foundation, and positively impact their school and community by combining healthy relationships with creative programs.