Fifteen organizations will receive grants from NIPSCO to help fund their safety education and training projects throughout northern Indiana. This year NIPSCO has granted a total of $50,000.  Since this grant program was initiated two years ago, a total of 28 projects have been funded with $100,000 in grant donations.  
This year’s recipients include:
-Angola Parks and Recreation, Trail Safety Education
-Crown Point Fire Rescue, Safety Education
-East Allen County Schools, Training
-Franciscan Health, Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detectors
-Hammond Indiana Police, First Responder Training
-Idaville Volunteer Fire Dept., Firefighter Training
-Indiana Operation Lifesaver, First Responder Training
-LaGrange County Sheriff’s Office, Safety Education
-Pines Fire Department, CPR Community Safety
-Poe Volunteer Fire Department, Safety Education
-REAL Services, Inc., CPR Training
-St. Joseph County PSAP, 911 Gives Back
-Trustees of Indiana University, Self-Defense Classes
-Warren Township, Safety Education
-Wheatfield Volunteer Fire Dept., Safety Education
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