by Tim Church
BRANSON, Mo. – The CoxHealth Foundation receives a nearly 149-thousand-dollar grant from the Missouri Department of Economic Development Neighborhood Assistance Program to support the ongoing Substance Abuse Initiative in Branson.
CoxHealth Grant Administer Keith Morris says the grant will provide 50-percent tax credits for donors who qualify as eligible businesses and individuals with business income. The funds that are raised will be then be put to use supporting a new physician training program:
Morris also explains what the 50-percent tax credits means for those who make a donation:
Anyone interested in securing tax credits or would like additional information are asked to contact Lisa Alexander, president of the CoxHealth Foundation, at 417-269-7109 or by email email@example.com