Board Awards Nearly $650,000 in Grants

The Board of Supervisors this week awarded $645,892 worth of grants to 12 nonprofit organizations. The Community Action Commission received the largest award ($105,058), followed by $79,494 for Catholic Charities and $63,226 to the Santa Maria Valley Youth and Family Center. The remaining recipients are the Legal Aid Foundation ($61,818), Good Samaritan Shelter ($54,275), Domestic Violence Solutions ($52,982), Family Service Agency ($52,530), Isla Vista Youth Projects ($47,950), the Salvation Army ($37,632), Santa Ynez Valley People Helping People ($29,140), and Child Abuse Listening Mediation, and the Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse ($30,906 each).

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