Grants & Awards Received

If your organization or business is interested in supporting Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc., please consider monthly or annual donations, including our annual Sponsor A Pew, which can be made securely online via Square Market or by downloading and mailing this form along with a check made out to Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc., to:

Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc.
1274 Logan Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
Attn: Support


 

Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. has recently received the following grants:

 

Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. (LSS) is grateful to receive a 2018-2019 grant from Hamilton County Community Foundation (formerly, Legacy Fund), a CICF affiliate. The Hamilton County Community Foundation Board of Directors approved the grant to (LSS),  which was made possible by the support of the Hamilton County Community Foundation Community Endowment Fund, Noblesville Fund, and the Northern Hamilton County Fund. The grant will help LSS to continue to rent the historic building at 1274 Logan Street and support our diverse cultural arts programming.


 

 

We are so thrilled, and grateful, that NICE is a 2018 recipient of an Indiana Humanities Initiative grant! Our annual project got some wonderful support last year, thanks to this grant. Everything you’ll want to know about NICE, including our annual callout with Forms PDF, can be found here: http://loganstreetsanctuary.org/nice-noblesville-interdisciplinary-creativity-expo

This program has been made possible through a grant from the Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

In June 2018, the Indiana Arts Commission awarded Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. a FY2019 Regional Initiative Grant Arts Project Support grant to support the process of the 2019 publication of The Polk Street Review. The grant will help support our callout for participants (writers, artists, musicians), various workshops, book layout & formatting, printing, the February 2019 book launch celebration, and promotional events before and after publication in February 2019. The Commission approved grant allocations with state and federal funds for grants and programs provided by arts organizations and cultural providers throughout the state, including grants to individual artists. The majority of the grants approved by the Commission will be distributed through the IAC’s 11 regions to small and mid-sized organizations. A complete list of all Fiscal Year 2019 grants to organizations can be found at Indiana Arts Commission website. The IAC is dedicated to the vision of the arts everywhere, every day, for everyone in Indiana.


Past Awards:

June 2018: Indiana Arts Commission Regional Arts Project awarded a supporting grant for FY2018 project, The Polk Street Review.

In May 2017, Legacy Fund, a CICF affiliate, awarded Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. an operating grant of $5000 to help us grow our organization and continue to provide events and programs to our community.

In March 2017, Hamilton County Tourism awarded Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc.  an Operating grant of $750. You can find our events listed on their online calendar along with other great events in Hamilton County.

Noblesville, IN. (Sept. 2, 2016) – Thanks to a $1,000 grant from Legacy Fund, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. (LSS) is closing in on its goal to build a new safe and dependable ADA-compliant wheelchair ramp. The LSS RAMP IT UP Campaign was launched earlier this year after the existing ramp was deemed too dangerous for users and removed. LSS plans to leverage the Legacy Fund grant to raise an additional $1,500 to pay for materials required for the project—construction of the new ramp will be done by volunteers. “By building a new ramp, it ensures that everyone has access to LSS events,” said Alys Caviness-Gober, secretary, Logan Street Sanctuary. “With this $1,000 from Legacy Fund and the support of individuals and businesses in our community, I am confident we will have our replacement ramp in place this fall!”

LSS was the proud recipient of a 2016 Arts Midwest Touring Fund grant of $500, which supported the Annie & Rod Capps with Jason Dennie  events on October 21, 2016  at Logan Street Sanctuary. The events were a  Songwriting & Arranging Workshop and Concert performance. This presentation was supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Crane Group.


Our Artists’ News:

Alys Caviness-Gober, our LSS Secretary, recently completed on a year-long art project supported by a FY2017 Indiana Arts Commission Individual Artist Program grant. You can follow Alys’ project on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Alys2017IAPgrant/ . The grant period (July 2016 – June 2017) may be over, but Alys plans to continue to create paintings that reflect her own and other people’s experiences with life with hidden disabilities.

Here’s more info on her project:

Noblesville resident and Hamilton County Artists’ Association juried artist member Alys Caviness-Gober has been selected by The Indiana Arts Commission as a recipient of an IAP award for grant period July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017 (FY2017). Alys’ grant project consists of creating a series large-scale paintings that tell the story of the challenges faced by people with hidden disabilities. The grant covers the costs of materials, open houses and workshops, and an exhibit of the paintings.

Here are a few of the pieces Alys completed for the project:

Wistful

Wistful represents those moments when I dream of life with no disabilities ~ what must that be like?? The painting also represents the many times in my life, especially in childhood, when, during Winter’s months,  I was afraid that I would not live to see Spring arrive.

Hope

Hope represents my outlook on life. Despite all of the challenges I’ve faced in my life with so many Hidden Disabilities, I am basically a positive person. I believe in Hope!

Fault Lines

Latest project painting, Fault Lines ~ inspired by the lines in the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers song of the same title, that seem to echo within me as relevant to life with hidden disabilities (though that is probably not what the song is about!):
Yeah, I’ve got a few of my own
I’ve got a few of my own
fault lines
running under my life


 

If your organization or business is interested in supporting Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc., please consider monthly or annual donations, including our annual Sponsor A Pew, which can be made securely online via Square Market or by downloading and mailing this form along with a check made out to Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc., to:

Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc.
1274 Logan Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
Attn: Support

 

 

 

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