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Hockley County Endowment announces 2017 grant awards

Hockley County Endowment presentation from 2016 (Source: Facebook) Hockley County Endowment presentation from 2016 (Source: Facebook)

Provided by Hockley County Endowment

The Hockley County Endowment (HCE) is proud to announce the 2017 grant awards.

Due to generous endowments and donations, the HCE now has over $623,000 in our fund balance, 26 designated funds, and is pleased to award $12,948.55 during this grant cycle.

This year we will be awarding grants to eight well deserving recipients.

  • City of Levelland – Animal Friends- Veterinary Services ($2,000)
  • Hockley County Veterans Assistance Office- Veteran’s Day Event ($2,000)
  • Levelland Academic Beginning Center-Flexible Seating ($700)
  • Levelland Chamber of Commerce – Leadership Levelland Travel ($1,500)
  • Levelland Ministerial Alliance- National Day of Prayer Breakfast ($1,000)
  • Morris Safe House – Veterinary Services ($3,500)
  • Ropesville Museum Association – Lighting Project ($1,425) (pending matching grant)
  • South Elementary School – Library Makerspace ($823.55)

Please see the attached document with more details on each of our grant recipients.

The Hockley County Endowment will host a grant presentation event on Friday, September 9th at 7:10pm at Lobo Stadium, prior to the Levelland High School Varsity Football game.

http://www.hockleycountyendowment.org/

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

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