Community Giving Program

Integrity Data is honored to be a part of the Lincoln, Illinois business community. The ability to give back to the community to help it grow and prosper is important to our team and considered a measurement of the company’s overall success.

What is the Community Giving program?
Community and family are at the center of all that we do at Integrity Data. Our Community Giving Program was established in 2008 with the goal of having a meaningful impact on the Lincoln, IL community, which most of us call home. The program provides grants for local organizations involved in helping those in need, as well as well as other community progress initiatives focused on improving the quality of life in our community through education, arts, technology, beautification and more. Many have received funding from the program since its inception. A list of past recipients can be viewed below.

Integrity Data is excited to announce that the 2019 program will provide $10,000 in funding.
This amount may be granted to a single initiative or divided among multiple initiatives. Applicants may apply for any amount up to $10,000. The intent of the program is to fund specific projects or to provide special use funding. Applicants should not apply for grants to be used for general administrative funds.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is eligible?
    Applicants must be in and/or serving Lincoln, Illinois. Applicants must be designated as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and have been determined to not be a “private foundation” under Section 509(a) of the code. Occasionally, we may also make investments in applicants that have federal tax exemption under other designations, such as public schools and government entities. 

     

  • When can I apply?
    Applications are no longer being received.

  • What is the deadline?
    Completed applications were submitted by 5 p.m. Central time on Friday, March 29, 2019.

  • Who is selecting the recipient(s)?
    Integrity Data employees made the selection process in April 2019. 

     

  • When will the recipient(s) be notified?
    Applicants receiving grants were invited to a dessert reception at the Integrity Data offices on Thursday, April 25, 2019 to receive their grant and meet the Integrity Data team.

     

  • How do I apply? 
    We are no longer accepting applications for the 2019 program.

Please email grants@integrity-data.com with any additional questions concerning Integrity Data’s Community Giving program and its procedures.

 

We are no longer accepting applications

 

Thank you

 

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See how iPads have changed lives at Lincoln Community High School

Do you know someone who has difficulty communicating what is truly on their mind? Do you believe it is possible for someone diagnosed as having a development disability to learn to use technology? Lincoln Community High School’s Special Education Class was a recipient of Integrity Data’s 2013 Community Giving Program in Lincoln, Illinois. Please take a few minutes and be inspired by this amazing transformation among the students of LCHS, simply because they were handed an iPad.

2019 Recipients

We are seeking funding to create a more technologically integrated and student-oriented learning environment. To do this, we would like purchase noise-cancelling headphones with built-in microphones. We are also seeking funding for flexible seating options. At Chester- East Lincoln, we are aware that we are teaching the future leaders and change-makers in our community. By implementing these items in our learning environment, we are empowering all students to reach their full potential and setting them up for a lifetime of success. Research shows that when students are given proper educational tools they develop high self-confidence and are more likely to graduate high school and become adults who are active, role models in their communities.

The Lincoln Logan Food Pantry seeks funding for a new software program and 2 new computers. Our current computers are to old and lack the power necessary to run a new program. Funds will be used to purchase a new software program which is specific for food pantries. We will also purchase two new computers which will allow us to run this program. Processing our customers in a timely manner and ensuring accurate records are maintained for our customer base will positively impact the community.

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