The University of Southern Indiana’s Historic New Harmony announced Jeremy Efroymson and the Efroymson Family Fund has generously made available $10,000 to fund individual $500 grants for beautification projects in the town of New Harmony.
Historic New Harmony is responsible for managing and administering the program which is open to an individual, business or entity in the town of New Harmony for public facing projects that add to the beautification, safety or flow of the town.
Only one grant will be awarded per project, however an individual, business or entity can apply for multiple grants.
Examples of beautification projects could be, but are not limited to:
"What a fantastic opportunity and generous show of support for our amazing town. Jeremy and his family’s foundation not only work to help connect our town with other cultural centers, but also work to creatively help improve the quality of life here in New Harmony,” said Dan Mason, Assistant Director of Historic New Harmony.
Mason stated it was important to Jeremy to make this process as simple as possible so anyone has an opportunity to make an impact on the New Harmony community.
The process of applying for a $500 beautification is as follows:
“The Efroymson Family is proud to support the work of the University of Southern Indiana Foundation and its mission to attract, acquire and manage donors' charitable gifts to support and sustain the goals of USI,” stated Brian Payne, President and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation and The Indianapolis Foundation.
Additional questions about the grant can be emailed to Dan Mason, Assistant Director of Historic New Harmony at email@example.com or call 812-682-4488.