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LUM Emergency Shelter to Benefit from Grants


Twin Cities Recommend $21,290 to LUM

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Lafayette Urban Ministry has recently been recommended for two significant Community Development Block Grants from both the City of Lafayette & the City of West Lafayette.

LUM will be awarded $14,846 from Lafayette and $6,444 from West Lafayette — totaling $21,290.

Picture1CDBG is an important resource for local governments in their efforts to provide both transitional and permanent housing, as well as supportive services, to families and individuals experiencing homelessness. This grant money will be used to support our homeless clients.

Thanks to David Heckert, LUM Emergency Shelter director, for his work on these grants.


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City of Lafayette Recommends Grant for LUM

LUM Emergency Shelter to Benefit from Grant

Lafayette Urban Ministry has recently been recommended for a Community Development Block Grant from the City of Lafayette (IN). LUM has been recommended to receive $11,250 to support the work of the LUM Emergency Shelter.

Thanks to David Heckert, LUM Emergency Shelter director, for his work on this grant. CDBG is an important resource for local governments in their efforts to provide both transitional and permanent housing, as well as supportive services, to families and individuals experiencing homelessness. This grant money will be used to support the LUM homeless guests.

LUM Emergency Shelter to Benefit from Grants


Cities Recommend Community Development Grants

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Lafayette Urban Ministry has recently been recommended for two significant Community Development Block Grants from both the City of Lafayette & the City of West Lafayette.

LUM has been recommended to receive $17,590 to support the work of the LUM Emergency Shelter ($6,340 from West Lafayette and $11,250 from Lafayette).

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Thanks to David Heckert, LUM Emergency Shelter director, for his work on these grants.

CDBG is an important resource for local governments in their efforts to provide both transitional and permanent housing, as well as supportive services, to families and individuals experiencing homelessness. This grant money will be used to support our homeless clients.


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Emergency Shelter


LUM Shelter Awarded $17K+ in Grants


bilde (2)Lafayette Urban Ministry has recently been awarded two significant Community Development Block Grants from both the City of Lafayette & the City of West Lafayette.

LUM was awarded $11,250 from Lafayette and $6,240 from West Lafayettetotaling $17,490.

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CDBG is an important resource for local governments in their efforts to provide both transitional and permanent housing, as well as supportive services, to families and individuals experiencing homelessness. This grant money will be available on July 1 and will be used to support homeless services and programs at Lafayette Urban Ministry.

Thanks to the Cities of Lafayette & West Lafayette for their continued support of LUM’s services & programs for the homeless.


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LUM Nominated for SIA’s 30 for 30 Grants


LUM is urging all SIA associates to “Vote for LUM” in the 30 for 30 grant program.


Subaru of Indiana Automotive is celebrating their 30th Anniversary with gifts to community. SIA has dedicated $30,000 from their foundation for 30 grants of $1,000 each to go to 30 separate, local nonprofits. SIA associates nominate the nonprofits and they then vote to identify the 30 recipients. The grant winners will be announced in June.


So —

  • If you are an SIA associate, please VOTE for LUM!
  • If you know of an SIA associate, please urge them to VOTE for LUM!

 

LUM Shelter to Benefit from CDBG Grants


bilde (2)Lafayette Urban Ministry has recently been awarded two significant Community Development Block Grants from both the City of Lafayette & the City of West Lafayette.

LUM was awarded $15,000 from Lafayette and $6,800 from West Lafayette — totaling $21,800.

Picture1CDBG is an important resource for local governments in their efforts to provide both transitional and permanent housing, as well as supportive services, to families and individuals experiencing homelessness. This grant money will be used to support our homeless clients.

Thanks to Gina Williams, LUM Emergency Shelter director, for her work on these grants.


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Emergency Shelter