The Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission recently launched a community survey and website for its economic recovery and resiliency plan.
Your valuable insight is needed in order to ensure that the plan is reflective of local priorities and not just a general document. Please take the survey below!
In coordination of PCSAC's mission, the committee is offering a community grant to assist local projects that align with preventing, reducing, and treating substance abuse. Please see the flyer below for more details or click the button to visit the PCSAC website page.
National Payroll Week, September 6-10, 2021, celebrates America's employees and the payroll professionals who work hard and dedicate time to their employees. Thank you to LHDC's payroll employees, Clint and Nicole, for their hard work each and every day!
Be sure to tune into 104FM WIKY tomorrow morning at 7:30 AM! LHDC will be live to share information about our mission, vision, and upcoming fundraisers.
Join us for the first virtual Perry County Poverty Awareness webinar! Register now below.
Are you headed to the 2021 Tell City Schweizer Fest next week?
Don't forget to stop by the LHDC booth to grab the perfect office accessory, gift, or home calendar - where you can take a piece of southern Indiana home with you, wherever you go. 📅💙
Are you wondering where you can get your COVID-19 vaccination? The flyer below lists COVID-19 vaccination sites in Crawford, Harrison, Perry, and Spencer Counties, along with their addresses and phone numbers.
To make an appointment at any of the locations listed, visit the site below and enter your zip code. Stay safe!
Lincoln Hills Development Corporation would like to congratulate Kelly Luker, Head Start Birth-5 Director, on her retirement. Thank you for your dedication to LHDC - and for helping people and changing lives!
LHDC is set to partner with local and state agencies to share poverty awareness and resources throughout 2021.
Tell City, IN, July 26, 2021 – In October 2020, Lincoln Hills Development Corporation (LHDC) was awarded a grant by the Perry County Community Foundation in conjunction with the seventh phase of the Lilly Endowment Inc. Giving Indiana Funds for Tomorrow (GIFT VII) initiative.
Emily Alvey, Regional Director of Community Engagement and Impact (Perry County Community Foundation), stated, "when determining where to focus our implementation grant efforts, the Perry County Community Foundation advisory board chose to emphasize the cycle of poverty to benefit the residents, businesses, organizations, and the Perry County community."
Lincoln Hills Development Corporation will utilize the Perry County Community Foundation funds to host two virtual workshops for the Perry County community. The first session will include poverty-related statistics for Perry County. The follow-up session will provide an opportunity to discuss local resources and referral mechanisms and allow participants an opportunity to network with their peers.