The Crown Point Community Foundation The Crown Point Community Foundation

Latest Grants Awarded

$10,000 (match)

Cedar Lake Fire Dept/Town of Cedar Lake

Update old Firefighting hose and nozzles.


Chasing Dreams

Help fund the Dream Summer Camp program.

$2,400 (match)

Crown Point Bulldogs Touchdown Club

Purchase 80 Guardian football helmet pads to reduce risk of concussion and head trauma in the student athletes.

$3,333 (match)

Crown Point Lacrosse Club

Assist in field rental costs in order to keep family costs low so all kids have the opportunity to participate.


Crown Point Swim Club

Help fund the purchase of paddles and bouys to improve swimmers strength, efficiency, and skills and utilize them for the different levels of our program.


Dunes Learning Center

Outdoor research and career exploration for Crown Point High School Environmental Science students.


Food Bank of Northwest Indiana

Agency Training and small-appliance purchase for distribution and special programming.


Haven House Inc.

Healthy Relationship Program to reduce domestic violence.


Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry

Pay for the processing of approximately 3,500 pounds of donated large game and livestock within Lake County, providing 14,000 more meals for hunger relief.

$5,000 (match)

Lakeshore Public Media

Support the replacement of outdated studio equipment that is used to conduct interviews and relay news and information to listeners throughout Northwest Indiana every day of the year.


MAAC Foundation

To fund a Breecher door within the new Residential Tactical Training Village for First Responders.


Meals on Wheels of NWI

To deliver nutritional meals to those in need with support of community volunteers.


Open Hearts Therapeutic Riding Center

Funding to ensure a safe environment for program participants and horses and to ensure availability of a quality horse for program use.


Pack Away Hunger

To purchase meal ingredients in an effort to pack 100,000 meals for food insecure residents of Lake County and engage at least 250 community volunteers.


Paladin Inc.

Help fund programs developed for the individuals participating in the day programs.


Phil’s Friends

Funding for blankets for care packages, provided to cancer patients.


REAL Services, Inc.

To provide caregiver resources in Crown Point through our Alzheimer’s and Dementia Services programs.


The Safe House Inc.

To provide a safe environment, programs, and support for the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of homeless men.


Tri Town Safety Village

Funding for Crown Point students to attend the Tri Town Safety Village.


Young Life NWI

To improve the social, emotional and spiritual health of middle and high school teens in Lake County.