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Agencies awarded grant for food, shelter

Nevada County residents in need of food or shelter will benefit from $21,200 recently awarded to local agencies through the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program, local program representative Terry Winters announced recently.

The grant will be distributed by a local board consisting of representatives of The Salvation Army, the American Red Cross, United Way of Nevada County, Nevada County, the city of Grass Valley, the Jewish Community Center, and St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.

Private, for-profit companies are not eligible. In order to qualify, nonprofit or government organizations must have an accounting system, not discriminate, have the proven capability to distribute food or shelter, and have a volunteer board.



Qualifying organizations are encouraged to contact Terry Winters, board secretary, at 477-7611 for information. The application deadline is Friday (June 25) at noon.


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