West Central Initiative, through its 2020 Resiliency Fund, is awarding more than $700,000 to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations seeking to respond to the immediate COVID-19 needs of our region and the long-term recovery of west central Minnesota. The organization reviewed applications submitted between May 11 and May 22 and selected 20 organizations to receive grants totaling more than $123,000.

Grants included: $5,000 for Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County, $10,000 for Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society, $10,000 for Traverse County Food Shelf, $10,000 for United Way of Douglas and Pope Counties, $5,000 for Lakeland Mental Health Center and $5,000 for Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota. Donations to the West Central Initiative Resiliency Fund are tax-deductible.

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