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Otto Bremer gives grant to YWCA

The Otto Bremer Foundation is giving the YWCA of Fargo-Moorhead $94,500 for strategic planning during the next two years. The money will go for staff training, anti-racism leadership training, communications needs and educational resources. Progr...

The Otto Bremer Foundation is giving the YWCA of Fargo-Moorhead $94,500 for strategic planning during the next two years.

The money will go for staff training, anti-racism leadership training, communications needs and educational resources.

Programs receiving the money will include the Emergency Shelter, Shelter Children's Services, Clay County Transitional Housing, Cass County Transitional Housing, Education and Employment Readiness, YWCA Child Care and Preschool Center, Empowerment of Girls and the Racial Justice Initiative.

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