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Over $110,000 given to non-profits in the area

Posted: December 12, 2016 5:47 p.m.
Updated: December 13, 2016 1:00 a.m.

The representatives of the different organizations that received funding, from left, Robin McAlpine, Food for the Soul; Betsy Long, Doby’s Mill PTA; Jeanne Hanley, Health Services District of KC; Alisa Taylor, KC School District; and Donny Supplee of United Way.

On December 5, the Health Foundation of Kershaw County provided five non-profit organizations with funds that will help the organizations provide healthy lifestyle initiatives to KC residents. The total amount of grant distribution was over $110,000. Those who received money were Doby’s Mill Parent Teacher Association, Kershaw County School District, United Way of Kershaw County, Food for the Soul and Health Services District of Kershaw County. This is the second year that the Health Foundation distributed money to non-profits that assist in helping county residents live healthier lifestyles. The organizations this year needed funds for a walk-in freezer to provide fresh meat and produce to residents in the county or for the purchase and installation of outdoor water fountain and bottle filling station. The next available cycle to apply is in September 2017, and individuals can e-mail them at healthfoundationofker 


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