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Washington County Community foundation awards over $12,000 in spring grants

Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

Washington County Community foundation awards over $12,000 in spring grants WASHINGTON, Kan.— During its spring grant cycle, the Washington County Community Foundation awarded over $12,000 to 10 projects throughout Washington County. The following organizations received funding:

  • City of Morrowville, $3,500 for park equipment.
  • Haddam Community Club, Inc., $1,698.08 for improvements to the community center.
  • City of Palmer – Palmer Ball Association, $1,222 for roofs over dugouts.
  • Clifton Senior Citizen’s Club, Inc., $1,200 for repairs to the club.
  • Hanover Hospital, $1,046.59 for updated technology.
  • Lucky-4 4-H Club, Payton Fahey Treasurer, $1,000 for startup costs for the Food Bank.
  • City of Clifton, $995.93 for equipment for community swimming pool.
  • Barnes Community Development Corporation, $850 for updates to the grill.
  • City of Washington, $600.99 to purchase a tv and equipment.
  • Clifton Public Library, $300 for supplies for story time.

This round of grants was made possible by the community foundation’s Washington County Opportunity Fund, which supports the quality of life for Washington County; the Hanover Community Fund, which supports the present and future needs of Hanover, Kansas; and the Clifton Community Fund, which supports the present and future needs of Clifton, Kansas.

The foundation’s next grant cycle opens August 1, with online applications due October 1, 2020. For more information, visit http://washingtoncountycf.org/search-apply-for-a-grant/