Noble Receives $10 Million Grant
We are thrilled to announce that Noble has been awarded a $10 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. This grant is for capacity building and long-term sustainability. It is one of 10 Lilly Endowment grants totaling $80 million designed to help agencies that serve persons with disabilities build stronger financial futures.
$9.5 million of the grant will be used to create an endowment fund to strengthen Noble’s capacity to turn future challenges into opportunities, allowing us to better serve our community for decades to come. With an endowment, the principal cannot be spent. It is invested, and then the earnings can be used for specific capacity-building purposes to help sustain Noble well into the future. The remaining $500,000 will be used to support staff retention strategies, enhance staff training and provide overall workforce development.
Sustainability grants do not take the place of ongoing support for day-to-day operations. Instead, the funds help agencies like Noble build the financial infrastructures needed to weather financial challenges and serve more people more effectively. A huge thanks to Lilly Endowment Inc. for its incredible generosity in awarding this grant!
Providing the Tools to Succeed
High school can be a tough time for anyone, and having a disability can make it harder.
That's where our Behavioral Therapy can be a real help. Shown in this selfie, Elliot certainly enjoys the time he spends with Behavior Consultant Patrick Jamison. One-on-one guy time offers them a chance to sort through issues and come up with solutions in a low-stress environment.
By working with you and your loved ones, our Behavioral Clinicians can help you identify stress triggers and put together a plan tailored to your specific needs. The goal is to provide you with the tools to cope with everyday situations, increase self esteem, enhance your social skills, boost your independence, and allow you to live a more fulfilling life. To learn more, please contact us today.