Potter County Sets Aside $22 Million In COVID-19 Recovery Funds For Non-Profits

Officials with Potter County announced they have opened a grant program for local non-profits after receiving additional COVID-19 recovery funding.

The county received $22 million from the federal government, and organizations will be able to receive up to $45,000.

To be eligible, organizations must be registered as a 501c3 and ensure that any services or programs supported with these funds will primarily benefit Potter County residents.

There will also be a grant workshop on December 6th at 10 am at the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission, located at 415 West Eighth Avenue, which interested parties will be able to attend.

For more information on the grant money or to see if your non-profit is eligible, visit their website.

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