Tag: Scott County Community Foundation

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle presents a check for $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana Executive Director Kate Eder.

NEWS FROM:

Scott County Community Foundation, 752-2057

February 16, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Kiwanis grant to BBBS (1)

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle presents a check for $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana Executive Director Kate Eder. The grant was awarded from the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Fund at the Scott County Community Foundation and will be used to sponsor Bowl for Kids’ Sake, the annual fundraising event for BBBS. Scottsburg will host its 20th Bowl for Kids’ Sake on Sunday, March 4 at Scottsburg Lanes. For information on bowling times and to register your team, call (877)892-2447.

 

So. Indiana Early Learning Summit for Economic Development

SOINSUMMIT

Good afternoon!
We have heard from many of our local employers that they are struggling on a daily basis to find and retain a quality workforce. I suspect that you already know, national indicators confirm this trend will continue for many years to come. In this highly competitive environment, local employers are searching for a competitive edge to recruit talent and decrease turnover.
Recent studies demonstrate that an innovative approach to early childcare/early learning may be the answer. The SoIN4Early Coalition, a coalition focusing on high quality early care and education opportunities in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington counties, invites you to join other community leaders on Friday, February 23, 7:45 – 10:00 a.m. to explore how employers can gain a competitive advantage through early childhood education. This free event will take place at Ivy Tech Community College in the Horseshoe Foundation Community Meeting Room.
Attendees will learn and discuss:
  1. The business case for investing in early learning and the return on investment.
  2. The importance of early learning and brain development.
  3. Local and statewide data on access to high quality and affordable child care.
Feel free to share this invitation with others who deserve the opportunity to informed on this innovative approach. You can RSVP through the link below or by emailing me.
For further reading, please check out the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s report on “Workforce of Today, Workforce of Tomorrow: The Business Case for High-Quality Childcare.”
Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you there!
Thank you,
Jaime Toppe
Executive Director,  Scott County Community Foundation
p: 812.752.2057 a: 60 N. Main St./PO Box 25; Scottsburg, IN 47170
Please ask me about leaving a legacy for our community through your planned giving.

Scott County Kids First Treasurer Jessica Jones receives a grant for $1,000 from Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle

NEWS FROM:

Scott County Community Foundation, 812-752-2057

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 30, 2018

Kiwanis grant to Kids First

Scott County Kids First Treasurer Jessica Jones receives a grant for $1,000 from Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle. The grant was awarded from the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Fund at the Scott County Community Foundation and will be used to support children in Scott County year-round. For more information on how to donate to the Kiwanis Club Fund, call the Community Foundation at 812-752-2057 or stop in the office at 60 N. Main St., Scottsburg