Local Foundation announces funding of three projects

Total of $166,510 in grants will benefit community

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The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation has announced a total of $166,510 to be divided among three projects aimed at benefitting the Lambton County community.

Among the projects being supported are:

  • $45,000 to St. Clair Child & Youth Services for renovations to its waiting area to provide a more family friendly environment;
  • $50,000 to the Kiwanis Club Children’s Animal Farm Foundation for rebuilding of the Carriage House;
  • $71,500 to the Inn of the Good Shepherd for multiple projects including the purchase of a new van and building improvements.

The next round of funding applications is expected to be next February, according to a news release. The Foundation only considers requests for capital projects and eligibility criteria can be found at www.jnaf.ca.

Over its 30-year history the Judith and Norman Alix Foundation has advanced approximately $5 million to over 20 community projects.

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