Greater Seymour Trust Fund: All Listings 

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The General Fund was established by the Board of Managers to accept funds which have not been directed to a specific fund. Distributions from the fund are used for specific grants and other uses as determined by the Board of Managers.

Mr. Thompson was a life-long resident of Jackson County who owned and operated Thompson Dairy, in Seymour. The fund was established by JoAnn Thompson in memory of her husband, James T. Thompson. Mr. Thompson was an outstanding community member in many ways and was described as "one great guy-one who comes along only once in a while." He was a member of many services and community organizations. Among the boards he served were the Ivy Tech Board of Tr ...

The scholarship fund was established by the family and friends of Amanda. Amanda was a 16-year old Seymour High School student who was active in her high school, 4-H, church and the community prior to her death in a car accident. Amanda planned to become a veterinarian. The scholarship recipient must be a graduate of a high school located in Jackson County, Indiana, pursuing a degree in Veterinary Science and/or Agriculture. Consideration shall be gi ...

Nellie and "Lou" were long-time residents of Seymour. While Lou and Nellie had no children, they wanted to insure that other children had the opportunity to pursue their education. Nellie Bauer established the fund under her Will. Eligible recipients must be graduates from the Seymour Community School Corporation. The scholarship may be used for any college or university that provides at least a four-year education. The scholarship is renewable annually ...

The Lauren Bayon Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Lauren's parents Shawn M. Brown and Amy J. Bechelli. Lauren was only two years old when she lost her battle with cancer. Family and friends donated to the memorial in honor of Lauren. The scholarship recipient must be a graduating senior of Brownstown Central High School or Seymour High School. A scholarship will be awarded to one Brownstown student and one Seymour student annually. ...

A bequest from Miriam Newkirk to provide money for projects benefiting youth of Seymour. An annual distribution as Special Grants is made to qualifying 501(c)(3) entities in Seymour, Indiana.

A bequest by Verna Robertson to benefit underprivileged children, elderly, physically handicapped or sick individuals in the townships of Hamilton, Jackson, Washington and Redding. An annual distribution as Special Grants is made to qualifying 501(c)(3) entities in Seymour, Indiana.

A bequest from Evie Scott to provide money for projects benefiting young people of Seymour. An annual distribution as Special Grants is made to qualifying 501(c)(3) entities in Seymour, Indiana.

Established by Estes Material Sales, Inc. in Hope, Indiana in memory of Garry Estes. This fund provides scholarships for residents of Hope, Indiana seeking diplomas or certifications in any technical or trade school, community college or major university in the United States. Preference is given to students working towards vocational or career-related certifications such as journeyman electrician or HVAC technician.

The MAKE A DIFFERENCE Career Fund was established by Joanna Myers in 2010 to assist adult learners wishing to pursue higher education or career advancement opportunities, but might not be able to do so without financial assistance. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships for college, advanced or technical training to adults to further their education in order to gain new skills, become more proficient in existing skills, advance in their field ...

The MAKE A DIFFERENCE Scholarship Fund was established by Joanna Myers in 2010 to assist financially needy students who wish to pursue higher education when life circumstances, financial or otherwise, might make achievement of such a goal unlikely. Mrs. Myers hopes these scholarships will truly make a difference in enabling recipients to achieve independence and skills necessary to have a comfortable standard of living and security. The scholarships may ...

The fund was established by Kelly Trask in memory of her late husband, Blair Trask, and is to provide scholarships to graduating seniors and adult learners of Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Crawford, Dubois, Floyd, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Orange, Scott, or Washington County, Indiana seeking out diplomas or certifications in any technical or trade school, community college or major university in Radio Broadcasting, Broa ...

The Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Club established the fund for the benefit of the Boys & Girls Club of Seymour. The Boys & Girls Club of Seymour receives an annual distribution from the fund to be used for the Club.

This fund was established by an anonymous donor for the purpose of providing spontaneous and recurring gifts to qualified 501(c)(3) entities chosen by select members of the donor's family. Annual gifts have been made to K9's for Warriors, Riley Children's Foundation, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, and many others.

Ed and Betty Elsner, Jr. Humanitarian Fund The fund was established by JCB to honor Mr. Elsner's many contributions to JCB and the community. The fund is for the benefit of Anchor House and Community Provisions. Anchor House receives two-thirds (2/3) and Community Provisions of Jackson County receives one-third (1/3) of the annual distribution from the fund.

Fred Kasting, a lifetime resident of Jackson County established the fund as a bequest under his Will for the benefit of Developmental Services, Inc. and American Cancer Society of Jackson County. Developmental Services, Inc. and American Cancer Society (benefiting Jackson County, Indiana) each receive an equal annual distribution from the fund.

Jacie E. Hanner established the fund through a bequest in her Will to provide financial assistance to the Humane Society of Jackson County. The Humane Society of Jackson County receives an annual distribution from the fund.

This fund was established by family of Jill D. Carlson to support organizations providing health care benefits to individuals suffering from mental illness in Bartholomew County, Indiana. Distributions will be made annually to Centerstone, Columbus Regional Health Foundation FBO Mental Health Action Team, Milestones Clinic, and Developmental Services.

This fund was established by a distribution from the Estate of Richard H. Ruddick to benefit Seymour First Baptist Church and Hayden Methodist Church. Annual distributions of equal value will be made to Seymour First Baptist Church and Hayden Methodist Church

Established by the Rotary Club of Columbus, Indiana to provide non-profit grants in support of the Club’s mission, and to provide scholarships to students in Bartholomew County, Indiana.