The Porter County Community Foundation recently awarded a grant to Frontline Foundations from the Porter County Community Fund to help the nonprofit expand its technology capacity and satellite counseling locations. Each year the Foundation awards grants to a variety of nonprofit organizations throughout Porter County.
Frontline Foundations serves as a source of hope to young men and women suffering from alcohol and drug abuse while also providing an effective treatment and recovery support system. Frontline is exclusively designed to meet the needs of young men and women ages 18 to 28.
Last year the Porter County Community Foundation was able to provide more than $1.9 million in scholarships and grants to nonprofit organizations. The Foundation leads, unites and supports giving to make a difference in Porter County today, tomorrow and forever. To make a donation or to learn more, contact the Foundation at 219.465.0294 or visit online at www.portercountyfoundation.org.
Photo: (L-R) Pastor G. Thomas Jones, Frontline Foundations Board Member; Amber Hensell, Frontline Foundations Executive Director; and Brenda Sheetz, Porter County Community Foundation Vice President