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WCF Awards More Than $68,000 in Grants To Help With Pandemic Recovery

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JAMES CITY-Williamsburg Community Foundation (WCF) recently awarded 19 spring grants to several local non-profit organizations. This year’s grants totaled more than $68,000 and will go toward helping organizations recover from the impact of the covid-19 pandemic.

Among the recipients of these grants are: The Arc of Greater Williamsburg in part to help provide transportation for the Wheels4Work clients to get to their places of employment; Grove Christian Outreach Center to help provide assistance to families to pay bills; Lackey Clinic to help provide equipment for patients suffering from sleep apnea; Olde Towne Medical & Dental Center to provide equipment for its patients; and Williamsburg Players to help construct an outdoor stage in order to provide a safer space for performances due to the pandemic

Grants were also awarded to local schools, other arts and entertainment groups, and other non-profit community organizations in part to assist with pandemic recovery. Williamsburg Community Foundation will be awarding another round of grants this summer. Deadline to apply is June 16. For more information, visit www.williamsburgcommunityfoundation.org.

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