Several organizations earned a significant boost to their local efforts Monday from Your Community Foundation.
Humanity House received $1,500 to help stock their food pantry and $1,500 for their Holiday Food Baskets, while Humboldt Trailhead, Inc. was awarded $2,000 for boating supplies at their new Base Camp campground.
The foundation also awarded several other $2,000 grants to a variety of non-profit and service organizations. The Kansas Food Bank Warehouse will receive support for local food distribution efforts, the philanthropic sorority Phi Tau Omega to assist health care patients, the childcare center The Growing Place of Humboldt to help finance a classroom addition, and Wesley United Methodist Church of Iola for their new By My Side Tutoring program.
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