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Juneau Community Foundation Awards More Than $1.8 Million In Grants

The Juneau Community Foundation has awarded more than $1.8 million in grants to local nonprofit organizations following several months of coordinated effort to identify priority social service needs and review applications.

The purpose of these grants is to help Juneau’s most vulnerable residents, by increasing support for nonprofit service providers in the areas of homelessness, food security, substance abuse disorders, domestic violence, suicide prevention, senior care, hospice, mental and physical health, education and income stability.

“For five years, the Foundation has worked closely with community leaders and social services providers to identify gaps and prioritize the greatest needs, including supporting additional residential substance use disorder treatment, expanding navigation services for people who experience or are at-risk of homelessness, ensuring a universal breakfast program in all elementary schools, and increasing access to civil legal assistance,” stated Kate Burkhart, a member of the Professional Advisory Committee.

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