We’re thrilled to share that we received a local operating grant from USA TODAY NETWORK’s “A Community Thrives” initiative! A Community Thrives, which is part of the Gannett Foundation, supports non-profit organizations like ours with projects focused on community building. This grant award of $2,777 will go to support purchasing recycled plastic picnic tables for Hundred Acre Hollows. Thank you to everyone who donated to the initial fundraising for the grant. We received $3,200 donated from 24 individuals!
Gannett’s ‘A Community Thrives’ program awards grants to 3 Brevard nonprofits (msn.com)