All the latest news from Jefferson County

A message from our new Board President, Julie Berry

As the newly-elected Bethany Legacy Foundation Chair, I am committed to our mission and proud to follow the outstanding service of our past chair Darleen…

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To show you how we are, have been, and will continue to be here to help Jefferson County thrive, we introduce Growing a Healthier Jefferson County:…

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Habitat For Humanity For Southeast Indiana Receives Five-Year $987,925 Grant to Complete Six Homes In The Clifty Woods Subdivision

Madison, IN–Bethany Legacy Foundation has awarded a $987,925 grant to Habitat for Humanity for Southeast Indiana to fund the cost of building the remaining six…

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$78,650 Grant Awarded To Hanover College From Bethany Legacy Foundation For Hanover-Madison Connector Trail Engineering Study

Madison, IN – A dream of many in our region is about to be realized: a trail to connect the towns of Hanover and Madison,…

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The Town of Hanover Receives $332,588 Grant to Upgrade and Expand Hanover Park

Residents of every town everywhere deserve a quality community park in which to gather, connect with others, and play. As the result of a generous…

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The City of Madison Police Department Awarded $100,000 from Bethany Legacy Foundation

Madison, Indiana (August 22, 2023) – The City of Madison Police Department (MPD) announced the Bethany Legacy Foundation has awarded a $100,000 grant to the…

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Mental Health Matters: for a strong, empowered, and stable Jefferson County.

Mental health is not only interconnected with but often the root cause of substance use disorders. Because of the lack of treatment services in Jefferson County, new, existing, or expanding programs that will allow more people to seek treatment and recovery are vital to improving the mental health landscape of our county. You will see that Bethany Legacy Foundation is seeking to impact mental health and substance abuse this year through our partnerships, our funding, and our activities.

Let’s normalize seeking help–for a healthier Jefferson County for all.