Selby Foundation Awards nearly $1.1 million to Area Nonprofit Organizations in Spring Grant Cycle

The Giving Coast

The William G. and Marie Selby Foundation recently awarded nearly $1.1 million in grants to 17 nonprofit organizations which provide local communities with much needed services. The grants awarded this spring will have a wide-ranging impact in a number of program areas including Arts and Culture, Community and Civic, Education and Health and Human Services. “To make a difference in the lives of the clients they serve, our area’s nonprofits seek funding to improve their facilities, technology, energy efficiency and their ability to reach clients beyond their physical location,” states Carol Butera, the Selby Foundation’s president and CEO. “The Selby Foundation is uniquely positioned to provide for those capital needs allowing the recipient organizations to more effectively focus on their respective missions.” $1,075,314 in grants by program category total: Arts and Culture - $83,000; Community and Civic - $442,480; Education - $100,000; Health and Human Services - $449,834.

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