Verdant awards $1 million to local nonprofits

 

Last updated 4/1/2021 at 8:56am



The Verdant Health Commission recently approved more than $1 million in grants to local nonprofit organizations to support community health through its recent competitive application process.

The requests granted by the Verdant Board of Commissioners will support 11 different multi-year projects or programs run by 10 different nonprofits, totaling $1.11 million.

The following grants were approved, with the annual budget listed:

– ChildStrive: Early Intervention and Parents as Teachers programs – $328,484

– Cocoon House: Host home, family support, and reunification project for homeles...



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Reader Comments(1)

Debra Arthur writes:

Ok...I want to volunteer for the cocoon house. This was my job as an outreach worker for many years at SHD. Homeless Youth is my specialty. Our program was cut due to Fed cuts. Working with these often very young vulnerable kids was the joy of my life. They respected me and I respected them...and they let me help...they let me in...and I am very anxious to see if I can help again. I'm Free too. Haha.

 
 
 

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