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December 26, 2020

Sisters Health Foundation Helps Fund Health Efforts

Parkersburg News and Sentinel – The Sisters Health Foundation awarded grant funding to 34 nonprofit organizations in the Mid-Ohio Valley in support of its vision of “healthy people in healthy communities.” Read the full article.

At its most recent meeting, the Board of Directors approved a total of $387,500.

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.

A total of 25 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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