10 Indiana Youth Receive Grants to Help Communities Around the State
In its third year, the grant was designed to encourage students to partner with a local organization to give back to their communities and allowed Indiana youth ages 13 and under to apply for individual grants up to $500. All winners will partner with non-profit organizations and schools to complete their projects.
This year, courtesy of Colts DT Darrell Reid, grant recipients also received two (2) tickets to a 2008 Indianapolis Colts home game and an autographed photo from Reid.
Below is a list of this year's grant recipients, partner non-profit organizations and the Grange Insurance Agencies involved in each Indiana city.
- Elizabeth Hall (Indianapolis Institute for Families) – Henson Insurance Agency
- Connor Lucas (American Heart Association – Midwest Affiliate) – Henson Insurance Agency
- Amber Kriech (East Tenth United Methodist – Children & Youth Center) – Stafford Insurance Group, Inc.
- Jonathan Kindmark (Jackson Elementary School) – Christine J. Newton Agency, LCC
- Junior Girl Scout Troop 1085 (The Ark Fostercare Program) – Robley Insurance, Inc.
- Kelsey Stolz (Exotic Feline Rescue Center) – Weaver-Sokol-Wenclewicz-Robbin
- Dani Williams (Food Link) – Walker & Associates Insurance
- Kendra Renae Mehling (Warrick County 4-H Clubs) – Kincaid Insurance
- Shawn Burks (Posey County 4-H) – Torres Insurance Agency, Inc.
- Marissa Hanley (Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville) – Galvin Insurance Services Inc. and Steve Huber Insurance Services
For more information about the Colts Student All Star Grant Program, presented by Grange Insurance, check out www.colts.com/allstar.