Roosevelt County Community Foundation Awards Grants To Area Organizations
Roosevelt County Community Foundation awarded $5000 in grants to local organizations. The foundation has two grant cycles per year and awards recipients $1,000 each. Applicants must specify what the funds will be used for and the grant canâ€™t be used for general operating expenses or supplies.
Brandi Wilkinson of NEMHS Charitable Foundation was awarded funds to help purchase a transport van for Faith Home. The van will have a 750-pound lift to transport wheelchair and ambulatory residents. The van is estimated to cost $8,000 and will allow necessary and safe transport to medical appointments or emergency care.
Roosevelt Memorial Healthcare Foundation Director Jaimee Green received a grant to help complete an interactive hallway project. Spaces are being created in the hallways that are both interactive and engaging while also comforting for dementia and Alzheimerâ€™s patients. Total project cost is estimated at $5,500.
Wolf Point Pound Puppies will use grant funds to help purchase four computer tablets. The tablets and a new software program called Clinic HQ will help streamline records for spay/neuter/ vaccine clinics.