Lippert Components, Inc. is pleased to announce the expansion of its charitable giving program by launching the new Lippert Cares Community Impact Grant. The purpose of the grant is to provide additional funding to support the needs of communities today.
The grant will fund new programs and projects or support the continuation of existing programs or projects in two key areas: mental health programs serving K-12th grade students, and leadership programs serving at-risk youth. Beginning March 1st, non-profits that serve residents in Elkhart, St Joseph and Allen counties (Indiana) or Eau Claire and Chippewa counties (Wisconsin) can submit a letter of intent by going to www.lci1.com/social-impact. Letters must be submitted no later than March 29th.
“The needs of children in our communities continues to be one of our main priorities,” stated Jason Lippert, President and CEO of Lippert. “We want to provide resources that support mental health, overall well-being, and leadership to help them face the challenges of today while developing them into the leaders of tomorrow. So many nonprofit organizations across our communities are doing pretty incredible work. Our hope is that this grant will provide another opportunity to support them and the impact they’re having on our youth.”
“We’re excited to partner with these communities to improve the lives and futures of our youth. We acknowledge the need for innovative mental health programs, and we look forward to providing financial support for the exceptional organizations that are committed to this cause,” said Michilah Grimes, Director of Corporate and Community Impact.
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Read the original press release from Lippert here.