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Joplin Tornado Recovery Fund Grant Application

City of Joplin Grant Application

Rotary Grant Application

Joplin Special Events Grant

Joplin Community Events Grant

Timmons Foundation Grant

Wendy Istas Memorial Grant Fund

DMH Shelter Plus Grant

Gratitude Grant Applications

Crosslines Grants

Together Green Grant
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American Academy of Family Physicians Grant

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Community Foundation of the Ozarks
Springfield Office
PO Box 8960
425 E. Trafficway
Springfield, MO 65801
Phone: (417) 864-6199
Fax: (417) 864-8344
Toll Free: (888) 266-6815
mlemmon@cfozarks.org
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Able Mfg Employee Benevolence Fund
Able Manufacturing and Assembly, LLC, established this fund to support emergency needs of local residents with priority given to Able Manufacturing employees and their families, then to others residing in the Joplin area.

Cable One Joplin Tornado Relief Fund
Cable One established this corporate grant making fund to assist them with their fundraising efforts for the Joplin tornado relief.

City Pointe Beauty Academy Charitable Fund
The City Pointe Beauty Academy will host the H.E.R.O. (Helping Education Rebuild Opportunity) program to raise funds for Joplin Public Schools, Martin Luther School and St. Mary’s Elementary School to assist with tornado relief.

Community Foundation of Southwest Missouri
3510 E. 3rd St.
Joplin, MO 64801

877.359.5534
417.206.0087

EaglePicher Employee Relief Fund EaglePicher Technologies established this fund to support the immediate needs of current and future EaglePicher employees displaced by the tornado.

Forest Alumni Relief Fund Forest Institute established this fund to assist alumni who have been affected by disaster, specifically the Joplin tornado at this time.

Jasper Products-Stremicks Heritage Foods Employee Benefit Fund Jasper Products established this fund to support the unmet emergency needs of current and future Jasper Products’ employees.

Joplin Recovery Fund
This fund will address the needs of nonprofits serving the Joplin area as they work on mid- to long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts.

Joplin Schools Recovery Fund
This organizational capacity fund as part of the Joplin R-VIII School Foundation will assist the school district in its rebuilding efforts.

Joplin Schools Tornado Relief Fund
Attn: Kim Vann

3901 East 32nd Street

Joplin
, MO 64804

Joplin Tornado First Response Fund
The City of Joplin established this fund to meet the short-term needs of the Joplin area.

Joplin Tree Relief Fund
Nate Reaves and Craig Reaves established this field of interest capacity fund to help the City of Joplin replant suitable trees in the hardest hit areas of the city from the May 22 tornado.

Kiwanis Club of Ozark Empire Disaster Relief Fund
This giving circle fund was established by the Kiwanis Club of Ozark Empire to accept charitable donations for disaster relief. For now, grants will be made to assist Joplin tornado relief.

LaBarge, Inc. Benevolence Fund
LaBarge, Inc., established this fund to support the unmet emergency needs of current and future LaBarge’s employees who are victims of major disasters.

Leggett & Platt, Incorporated Benevolence Fund
Leggett & Platt, Inc., established this fund to meet the emergency needs of their current and future employees and their immediate families resulting from major disasters. This is a component fund of the Carthage Community Foundation.

MAPP Joplin Benevolence Fund
Mid America Precision Products established this fund to support unmet emergency needs of current and future MAPP employees resulting from a sudden incident such as, but not limited to, accident, fire, tornado, medical issues.

Midcon Cables Company Employee Relief Fund
This fund will assist those who have unmet emergency needs resulting from a major disaster, incident or illness. Preference is given to Midcon Cables Company employees and their families.

Project JOMO Fund
Russel Jay Gehrke esablished this fund to disburse to Missouri Enterprises to help Joplin community members who do not have the financial resources to be able to install storm shelters in their homes.

Rebuild Joplin Parks Fund
The Joplin Parks and Recreation Department established this capacity fund to specifically assist with recovery and rebuilding following the tornado.

Relief Spark Joplin Fund
This field of interest capacity fund will support rebuilding projects in the Joplin area through Relief Spark.

School Supplies for Joplin Kids Fund
The News-Leader established this fund to provide school supplies for Joplin students.

Trees for Joplin Fund Southwest Missouri Resource Conservation & Development established this fund to assist with replanting efforts in the Joplin area.

Tri State Motor Transit Co. Employees Benevolence Fund This fund was established to support unmet emergency needs resulting from major disasters such as accident, fire, tornado, medical issues. Preference will be given to Tri State Motor Transit Co. employees and their families.

West Plains Fund for Joplin Recovery
The City of West Plains established this fund to assist the City of Joplin with relief and recovery efforts.

 

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Joplin's Ozark Center has received $670,000 to create a program called Healing Joplin After the Storm. The funds were awarded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Missouri Department of Mental Health

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AmeriCares
Children’s dental care: A $48,473 grant to enable a Joplin free clinic to offer rehabilitative dental care for children, after a massive tornado destroyed 13 dental offices

Women’s health care: A $40,810 grant a local nonprofit to expand women’s health services in Joplin.

Women’s health care: A $40,810 grant a local nonprofit to expand women’s health services in Joplin.
Diagnostic services: An $8,942 grant to a Joplin clinic to install electricity to power a donated x-ray machine
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