Hope Endowment and CBJ Social Service grants going out to 24 nonprofits

    The staff of the Juneau Community Foundation

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau Community Foundation has news on the latest round of Juneau Hope Endowment Fund and City and Borough of Juneau Social Service Grant Program awards.

    Executive Director Amy Skilbred said on Action Line that they are now announcing the seventh year of these grants.  She said it's been about $2 Million a year since 2015.  So over $14 Million has gone out to social service and health non-profits in Juneau since that time.

    This year 24 organizations are receiving grants that total $2.1 million.  Skilbred said the grants will cover mental health, suicide prevention, domestic violence, substance misuse abuse, hospice, homelessness, health, and education.

    Among the recipients, this year are Alaska Legal Services, Aware, Bartlett Regional Hospital, Catholic Community Services, Disability Law Center, Family Promise

     

     

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