Dillon announces nonprofit recipients of $30,000 in grants
January 11, 2018
The town of Dillon has announced the 20 nonprofit organizations that will be receiving $30,000 in grant funding for 2018, nearly double the amount that was awarded last year.
The largest grant, $4,000, is being awarded to the Family and Intercultural Resource Center, a countywide nonprofit that supports families through a variety of educational and benefits programs.
Dillon Valley Elementary and Bethany Immigration, an organization that helps immigrants navigate citizenship law, will each be receiving $3,000.
Timberline Adult Day Services and Mountain Mentors Youth Services will each receive $2,500, while Advocates for Victims of Assault and CASA of the Continental Divide are being awarded $2,000.
Nine other organizations including Summit Public Radio and TV will receive $1,000 grants, and three others, including the Keystone Science School, will receive $500.
Dillon is also extending in-kind grants to Summit County Off-Road Riders, Bristlecone Montessori School, FIRC, Summit Youth Baseball and the Timberline Learning Center.
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