Freedom House receives $5,000 grant

Geneseo Foundation aids computer needs

PRINCETON — The Geneseo Foundation has given Freedom House a $5,000 grant for the Princeton-based agency’s computer needs.

“The goals of Freedom House and the goals of the Geneseo Foundation in enhancing the quality of life for the Geneseo community are mutually compatible,” said Michael J. Kelly, senior trust officer and vice president.

“Freedom House is very grateful for this grant award,” said Michael Zerneck, Freedom House executive director. “The funds will enhance the ability of the agency to serve innocent victims of domestic and sexual violence in Geneseo and its surrounding communities.”

Freedom House, a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, is the domestic and sexual violence agency for Bureau, Henry, Marshall, Putnam, and Stark counties in Illinois.

Headquartered in Princeton, with satellite offices in Kewanee and Cambridge, Freedom House employs compassionate and skilled professionals to provide free, confidential, quality services to victims of abuse and their families. For more information about their services or to make a donation, call 815-872-0087 or visit their website,