by: Scott McCaulley
In the last week, two organizations have announced grants and funding for several Not-For Profit Agencies for assistance during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The Arkansas Community Foundation recently announced a second phase of recipients for grants.
Among the area recipients include the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas to purchase a management system for their programs, Harrison House of Hope to aid individual financial needs, the United Way of Boone County to help small businesses in the county with micro-grants.
Several other organizations are getting support for programs include the Eureka Christian Health Outreach, Eureka Springs United Methodist Church, Grandma’s House of Berryville, Mercy Health Foundation in Berryville, the Yellville-Summit School District, and Youth Bridge, Inc. in several locations including Berryville and Harrison.
Meanwhile in Missouri, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks issued another round of grants including to a pair of organizations in the Lakes Region. The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Ozarks in Branson to help with reopening the club for summer and the Harbor House Domestic Violence Center in Kimberling City to help with food for Domestic Violence Victims.
More information on the programs from both states, click below: