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A Springfield based philanthropic organization that supports non profits across southern Missouri awarded over $200,000 in grants for arts, curtural, and community betterment projects in the Springfield area. Mike Smith has the story:
The Community Foundation of the Ozarks, on Tuesday March 2nd, awarded nearly $203,000 in grants to 14 area agencies and non profit organizations involved in promoting arts, culture, and community betterment.
Grant awards ranged from $2,000 to $50,000. Recipients include: The Boys and Girls Clubs of Springfield; The Commercial Street Market; The Computer Recycling Center;
The Greene County Archive and Records Center; HlaBeard Productions; The Jordan Valley Marketing Council; The Spay/Neuter Assistance Program; The Springfield Family YMCA/Boys and Girls Club of Springfield; Springfield Little Theater; The Springfield Reegional Arts Council; The Springfield Symphony; The Springfield Regional Opera; The Southwest Missouri Humane Society; and the Salvation Army.
For more information about the CFO grants awarded March 1st, visit www.cfozarks.org.
For KSMU News' I'm Mike Smith.