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Organizations receive Helping HAND grants

The Industrial Commission of North Dakota recently approved the distribution of $250,000 in grant funds through the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency's Helping Housing Across North Dakota program.

The Industrial Commission of North Dakota recently approved the distribution of $250,000 in grant funds through the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency's Helping Housing Across North Dakota program.

Christmas in April, Fargo/Moorhead, received $2,500; Southeast ND Community Action Agency, Fargo, received $37,238; and Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity, Fargo, received $8,333.

Helping HAND grant dollars can be used to support single or multifamily housing projects. A local match of 25 percent is required to access the grant dollars.

Grants must be used within one year of notification.

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