Hockley County Endowment Presents Grants

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Hockley County Endowment Presents Grants

June 17, 2016 News 0

The Hockley County Endowment has announced that 2015 saw some incredible gains for the foundation and in turn, their ability to impact Hockley County non-profits has improved.

Due to generous donations and endowments, the Hockley County Endowment now has over half a million dollars in fund balance, more than 17 designated funds and awarded $12,000 in grants in 2015.

They are pleased to announce that for the first part of 2016 they are able to award three deserving applicants with grants to benefit their projects.  The Grant recipients for the first half of 2016 include:

Morris Safe House–$500 to be used for medical care of animals at their shelter

Levelland Animal Friends–$2000 to be used for medical care for animals at Levelland Animal Shelter

Wallace Theater Project–$4,069 will be used for film screen equipment to allow theater to show films in loft area while work continues in the main theater.

The Hockley County Endowment held a grant presentation event Thursday afternoon and presented the grants to Wallace Theater and Levelland Animal Friends.  Morris Safe House representatives were not able to attend.

The Hockley County Endowment is an affiliate of the Community Foundation of West Texas.

Source: KLVT News

Hockley County Endowment Board Members present grant check to Alycyn Keeling, Executive Director for the Wallace Theater. Pictured are HCE Board Members: Tania Moody, Wanda Lawless, Denver Bruner, Ann Gregory and Steve Melton. Keeling and Hannah Stueart is representing the Wallace Theater.
Hockley County Endowment Board Members present grant check to Alycyn Keeling, Executive Director for the Wallace Theater. Pictured are HCE Board Members: Tania Moody, Wanda Lawless, Denver Bruner, Ann Gregory and Steve Melton. Keeling and Hannah Stueart is representing the Wallace Theater.