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December 31, 2020

Nine Local Organizations Receive Funding from Sisters Health Foundation

Athens Messenger – Eight Athens County organizations were among the 34 recipients of grant funding in support of our vision of “healthy people in healthy communities”. At its most recent meeting, the Board of Directors approved a total of $387,500. Read the full article.

Nine organizations that provide direct services, such as food and emergency assistance, received a total of $33,000 from the Basic Needs/Direct Service Grants Program.

Twenty-five organizations received support totaling $354,500 for their efforts addressing the health needs of their communities in the priority areas of healthy eating, active living; thriving neighborhoods; and mental health and addiction.

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