South Shore Arts 2nd Grade Program Begins

On Friday, implementation of a literacy-based book-to-project workshop began for all second-grade classes in Highland. The program, administered by South Shore Arts, held its first workshop at Our Lady of Grace School. The program is being funded by a grant from HCF...

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HCF Begins New “Highland Has Art” Grant Cycle

The Highland Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for its next round of Highland Has Art grants to Highland art-related organizations and projects. This is part of the Foundation’s ongoing initiative to promote the arts in Highland. Through funds...

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“Highland Roast” To Get A New Look

"Highland Roast", a special roast developed in partnership with Smalltown Coffee Co., is getting a facelift, with the introduction of new packaging and branding. Smalltown recently completed refreshing their brand, bags and labels, leading to the creation of...

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Have a #Meal4HCF at MOD Pizza On August 18th

Please help HCF on Sunday, August 18th, between 10:30 am and 9pm and have a #Meal4HCF at MOD Pizza, 10441B Indianapolis Blvd. (Highland Grove Shopping Center). We need 20 to RSVP to be able to lock the event in. Tell your friends! To RSVP, go...

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HCF Approves Grant For Highland Second Graders

The Highland Community Foundation is proud to announce approval of a grant request by South Shore Arts to fund a literacy-based book-to-project workshop for all second-grade classes in Highland. The grant funding includes all second-grade classes of the School Town of...

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HCF Looks Ahead Following A Strong 2019 To Date

The Highland Community Foundation looks ahead to the closing months of the year, after the completion of a successful first half of 2019. This year has included many achievements to date. These include: • The successful re-launch of the Foundation’s website following...

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Highland Community Foundation Makes Donation To #GrowHighland

The #GrowHighland Community Garden project is underway in Downtown Highland, and HCF is proud to be a donor to this project. The Highland Redevelopment Commission approved use, by Highland Main Street, of a lot it owns next to the Central Fire Station to begin a...

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Help Improve Our Community

The Highland Community Foundation is working to improve the Quality of Life of our town. Quality of Life is vital to the well being of a community and its residents. Through our work, we are looking to help make Highland the best it can be, so it will remain a wonderful place to live, work, play, visit and do business.