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Town of Frisco Awarded $210,300 to Local Non-Profits at January 28th Council Meeting

The Town of Frisco is proud to announce its continued support of local non-profit groups through its 2020 grant process. On Tuesday, January 28 at 7 p.m. the Frisco Town Council awarded $69,400 in cash and $17,386 in in-kind donations to 46 organizations; $10,000 will go toward college scholarships for Frisco high school seniors.

Council also recognized larger cash contributions approved by the Frisco Town Council outside of the grant process totaling $140,900 and distributed to Summit County Preschool, Building Hope Foundation, Community Care Clinic, Child Advocacy Center, and the Energy Smart and Resource Wise programs of High Country Conservation Center; programs identified as providing important health, welfare and community services to Frisco.

Each year, the Town of Frisco participates with other local governments in a coordinated grant process. Frisco Town Council awards grants based on the project’s benefit to Frisco residents and in consideration of the results from past programs funded by the Town.

The grant request process for 2021 will take place in August 2020; and more information may be found at friscogov.com’s grant page in early summer 2020. A list of 2020 grant recipients may be found in the 2020 budget document.

More information is available by contacting Frisco Town Clerk, Deborah Wohlmuth, at email or 970-668-9122.