City Allocating Funds for Local Non-Profits



by Sam Clanton


BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson is once again allocating funds for temporary emergency help and community services to four organizations, including Faith Community Health Center, OACAC, the Women’s Crisis Center of Taney County, and Branson Arts Council.

Women’s Crisis Center Executive Director Becky Vermeire says the 10-thousand dollar contract with the city will help the organization provide 24-hour assistance and crisis intervention…



Twelve-thousand dollars is being allocated to Faith Community Health Center in support of programs providing non-narcotic prescription medications.

OACAC will receive 8-thousand dollars to support programs offering assistance with gas vouchers, automotive repairs, tire replacement and other services.

And Branson Arts Council will receive 20-thousand dollars this year to provide citizens with the opportunity to experience the fine arts at a minimal cost. Many of these programs focus on school age children.

Aldermen are slated to approve final reading of the contracts at their next regular meeting March 22nd.


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