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Foellinger awards early childhood and family development grants

The Foellinger Foundation Board of Directors has approved grants in the Early Childhood and Family Development categories totaling $3,423,500 to support nonprofit organizations that provide services throughout Allen County.

What’s happening in the parks the week of July 26, 2021

What’s happening in Fort Wayne parks the week of July 26, 2021.

What’s happening with Riverfront Fort Wayne in July 2021

Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation is offering the following events and programs with Riverfront Fort Wayne in July 2021.

City awards grants to 10 non-profits

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry today announced that 10 local non-profits will receive funding from the City's federal Community Development Block Grant dollars.

United Way invests more than $4.68 million

Today, United Way of Allen County announced $4.68 million being invested in Allen County over the next year.
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Continuing Education graduates pursue dreams

The FWCS Adult and Continuing Education Department will celebrate the success of more than 165 graduates at its Commencement Ceremony on March 2nd.
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Free FAFSA assistance for residents

Several Northeast Indiana organizations are partnering to offer help to students and families in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

SCAN expands from 21 to 28 Indiana counties

SCAN announces that its services has expanded, growing from 21 counties to 28 counties throughout the Department of Child Services regions 1, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 11.
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Mad Ants spread joy to area organizations through toy donations

The Fort Wayne Mad Ants will be spreading much joy this holiday season, thanks to their partnership with the Indiana Pacers, the team will be donating numerous toys throughout the community.

The Courtyard recognized with IHCDA Award for Excellence

On August 28, 2015, The Courtyard was honored by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann.