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Support for emergency home repairs for the elderly and disabled, drug and alcohol abuse rehabilitation, and free books for school-aged children are among the grants awarded in the 2019 summer grant cycle by NCCF.

Grantees include:
The Nelson County Community Development Fund for its on-going Emergency Home Repair Program to help create safe and healthy homes for low-income elderly and disabled county residents.
Unity in Community for its financial aid programs to assist county residents with electric, fuel, medical and dental bills, rent and mortgage payments, and food, clothing and household needs.
The Bridge Ministry to support a two-phased rehabilitation program to provide mentoring, vocational skills, and education to help recovering male addicts support their families.
The BridgeLine to support vocational daycare and case management programs for adults with brain injuries in the county.
Free Book Bus to support book purchases and fuel to bring a converted school bus public venues in Nelson County for book giveaways to youths.

Grants to two other organizations are contingent upon the organizations’ raising matching funds:
Nelson Heritage Center-Millennium Group to use toward raising funds to renovate an aging community gym.
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to help finance a business center as part of a major expansion of the Nelson County Public Library.

To apply for a grant, click on the Grants tab on this website.