2020 Grant Entities

Thank you to all of our 2020 grant entities for their generous contributions and making what we do possible.

Central Indiana Community Foundation

Miller Summer Youth Fund

Lilly Summer Youth Fund

Hamilton County Community Foundation

PNC Foundation

Scott County Community Foundation

Scott County United Way

WHAS11 Crusade for Children

City of Noblesville

Harve and Joyce Rawson Fund at the Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County

The Rawson Fund was originally established by Professor Harve Rawson following the untimely passing of his beloved wife Joyce in 2008 in Cairo, Egypt, while on an around the world cruise.  Joyce was Harve’s right hand during the earliest days of the establishment of Englishton Park Children’s Remediation and Training Center.  Joyce was an elementary school teacher in Madison, Indiana.  She also served  on the Englishton Park Board of Directors for several years.  After Harve’s passing in 2011, friends and family contributed to the newly named Harve and Joyce Rawson Fund in memory of Harve and his life’s work at Englishton Park.  Investment proceeds from the Fund benefit the Englishton Park Children’s Remediation and Training Center each year.

Persons interested in making a donation to the Harve and Joyce Rawson in memory of the Rawson’s may contact the Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County at www.cfmjc.org

 

Chief John Wittich Fund at the Scott County Community Foundation

The Chief john Wittich Fund was originally established by Tami Ferguson Wittich, John’s wife, when he passed away following a brief battle with  cancer in 2015.  John had been a counselor at the Englishton Park Children’s Remediation and Training Center in summer of 1978.  He graduated from Hanover College in 1981 and received is Master’s degree in Psychology from Miami University.  John was President of the Hanover College Alumni Board of Directors.  After a brief stint working 

in northern Ohio, John worked as a school psychologist in the Lakota Community Schools in West Chester, Ohio , a suburb of Cincinnati.  Sadly, Tami also succumbed to cancer in 2017, just 20 months after her beloved John.  Investment proceeds from the Chief John Wittich Fund support the Englishton Park Children’s Remediation and Training Center.  Persons interested in making a donation in memory of Chief John Wittich may contact the Scott County Community Foundation at www.scottcountyfoundation.org.

Central Indiana Community Foundation

The Central Indiana Community Foundation is a catalyst for progress, and a supporter of visionary ideas with the power to improve our community and the lives of its residents. Englishton Park is supported by a generous gift from the Indianapolis Foundation segment of the CICF. The Indianapolis Foundation was begun in 1916 and received a large estate gift from our own visionary philanthropist Captain William E. English, the last member of the English Family to live at Englishton Park. The gift from the Indianapolis Foundation supports tuition fees for children who come from Indianapolis and Marion County. We are the oldest active recipient of continuous support from the Indianapolis Foundation. Find out more about the CICF at www.cicf.org

Hamilton County Community Foundation

The Hamilton County Community Foundation, formerly known as the Legacy Fund, is building a community where opportunity meets growth for everyone, and philanthropic efforts support not-for-profit organizations doing vital work. Affiliated with the Indianapolis Foundation in the CICF, the Hamilton County Community Foundation generously supports tuition fees for children attending the Englishton Park Children’s Summer Camp Program from Carmel and Hamilton County. You may email the HCCF at Hamiltoncounty@cicf.org.

Summer Youth Program Fund

Co-managed by the Indianapolis Foundation and the Lilly Endowment, Inc., the Indy Summer Youth Programs Fund focuses on providing safe and positive experiences for children and teens, ages 4 to 24, at little or no cost to families. A long-time supporter of the Englishton Park Children’s Summer Camp Program, the SYPF receives funding from several foundation partners including: Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation Inc.; Christel DeHaan Family Foundation; City of Indianapolis DMD; Indiana University Health; Kroger Central Division; Lilly Endowment Inc.; Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust; The Clowes Fund Inc.; The Indianapolis Foundation; and The Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund. Visit www.indysummeryouthprograms.org for more information.

 

Lilly Special Projects Grants

The Lilly Foundation, Inc. has a special place in its mission for children of central Indiana. From time to time, Englishton Park is invited to apply for a Special Project Grant from the Lilly Foundation. Over the years they have helped with the dock at the lower pond, new windows for the Barn, renovation of the dormitory bathrooms in the Barn, and a new, large gas range for the Camp kitchen, to name a few. With assets exceeding $15.1 billion (2018), the Lilly Foundation is one of the 

largest private charitable philanthropic organizations is the United States. Their website is www.lillyendowment.org

Presbyterian Foundation, Presbyterian Churches, USA

The Presbyterian Foundation of the Presbyterian Church USA holds several trust funds which support the Children’s Summer Camp Program at Englishton Park specifically. These trusts were established through the years by friends of our great early supporter Katharine McAfee Parker, the wife of Albert Parker, 12th President of Hanover College (1929-1959). Mrs. Parker encouraged Dr. Rawson to put his summer camp program at Englishton Park. The funds include: The Elizabeth Spencer Fund, the Dr. and Mrs. John Gray Rhind Fund, the Anna Lodge Fund, the Ethel Goodrich Fund, The Elsie Folkening Fund, the Katharine McAfee Parker Fund, and the Englishton Park Endowment Fund. Go to www.presbyterianfoundation.org to learn more about establishing a fund with the Presbyterian Foundation.

PNC Charitable Sponsorship

PNC Charitable Sponsorships proudly commit resources to community organizations that drive the success of our neighborhoods. To achieve this, PNC supports initiatives and organizations connected to education, community, and economic development which include areas such as arts, culture and financial education. A long-time supporter of the Children’s Summer Camp Program, the PNC Charitable Sponsorships support tuition fee for children from counties where PNC has a banking center: Bartholomew, Boone, Brown, Cass, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Miami, Montgomery, Putnam, Ripley, Shelby, Tipton . To find out more about the PNC Charitable Sponsorships visit their website at www.pnc.com

 

WHAS-TV Crusade for Children (Louisville, Kentucky)

Started in 1954, the WHAS Crusade for Children is an annual telethon broadcast by WHAS-TV and WHAS Radio in Louisville, Kentucky. The telethon benefits a wide range of children's charities throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana. The Crusade is proud to say that every dollar of money raised by the Crusade is spent on the needs of children. Englishton Park Children’s Summer Camp has benefitted from gifts from the Crusade for Children since in mid-1970’s. The Crusade is particularly interested in supporting special projects which support the Camp Program at Englishton Park. You can make a gift to the Crusade anytime by visiting their website at www.whascrusade.org

Scott County United Way

Englishton Park Children’s Summer Camp Program is proud to be supported locally by the Scott County United Way in Scottsburg, Indiana. United Way is particularly interested in promoting its’ “building blocks for a good life”, including especially helping children and youth achieve their potential through excellence in education. Typically, more children come to Englishton Park from Scott County than any other county in Indiana. The learn more about the Scott County United Way at their website: www.scottcountyunitedway.com

Scott County Community Foundation

The Scott County Community Foundation is a community leader in philanthropy, stewardship, giving and serving for the common good in Scott County. The Foundation mobilizes the leadership and resources needed to improve the quality of life for residents of Scott County. Englishton Park Children’s Summer Camp Program receives gifts to help pay tuition fees for Scott County Children who attend the Summer Camp. The Chief John (Wittich) Fund is established at the Scott County Foundation. You will find them at www.scottcountyfoundation.org

Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County

The Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County houses the Harve and Joyce Rawson Fund, and the Foundation is a generous supporter of special projects which support the Summer Camp Program at Englishton Park. Also included is the Women’s Giving Circle Fund, which has made many special gifts to Englishton Park through the years. A significant number of campers come from nearby Jefferson County each summer. Find more information at their website: www.cfmjc.org

Executive Director: Larry Truax

Children's Program Supervisors: Thomas and Lisa Barnett

Groundskeeper: Terry Alcorn

Call us:

Summer: (812) 889-2046

Other:      (812) 889-2681

Find us: 

2426 S. English Dr. Lexington, IN 47138