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Foundation announces grants awarded

ST. PAUL - The Otto Bremer Foundation recently announced several grants to Minnesota and North Dakota nonprofit organizations. The groups and the amounts awarded include: - Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Moorhead, $85,000 over two years to...

ST. PAUL - The Otto Bremer Foundation recently announced several grants to Minnesota and North Dakota nonprofit organizations.

The groups and the amounts awarded include:

- Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Moorhead, $85,000 over two years to develop a community based budgeting and services model for rural nutrition programs.

- Project Hero, Moorhead, $35,000 for staff development. The agency serves as a clearinghouse for unused healthcare materials.

- West Central Initiative, Fergus Falls, Minn., $100,000 over two years for the startup of a Refugee and Immigrant Economic Development Center.

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- ARC of Cass County, Fargo, $40,000 for an additional thrift store.

- Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity, Fargo, $40,000 to support the introduction of a new ReStore retail facility in the area.

- Hospice of the Red River Valley, Fargo, $75,000 to establish an office in Grand Forks.

- North Dakota State University, department of sociology-anthropology, $150,000 over three years for the Equal Opportunity Therapy Project II.

- Rape and Abuse Crisis Center, Fargo, $81,186 for a viability study and market plan.

- United Way of Cass-Clay, Fargo, $20,000 over three years to support Essentials of Nonprofit Management.

- Village Family Service Center, Fargo, $60,400 over three years to support the development of a training institute for family therapists.

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