$93,000 in community grants announced by United Way of Freeborn County

(ABC 6 News) – The United Way of Freeborn County has announced $93,000 in Community Impact Grants for 2022.

"Community Impact Grants are available through the generous financial support of individual donors, corporate partners and successful workplace campaigns,” said United Way of Freeborn County’s Executive Director, Erin Haag.

Programs that will receive grant money are:

Albert Lea Family Y for childcare scholarships

Life Center of Freeborn County for its health programs

STARS Mentoring for mentor appreciation, recruitment and standards

Cedar Valley Services for extended employee program

Daybreakers Kiwanis for an all inclusive playground matching grant

SEMCAC for senior nutrition

Senior Resource of Freeborn County for its advocacy program

The Children’s Center for childcare scholarships

First Lutheran Church for its free meal program

Grace Lutheran Church for food for backpacks

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