The Seabrook Community Foundation announced last week it has provided more than $40,000 in grants to North Beach and Grays Harbor communities.
“Seabrook Community Foundation is pleased to have received a record number of grant applications for this quarter,” a news release said.
Grants have been awarded to the following:
• The Hoquiam Library is undergoing a historic restoration. “The Carnegie Library is a gem for Hoquiam. This grant provides funds to assist in completing this outstanding project.”
• Grays Harbor CASA is an organization that trains and provides volunteers to be legal advocates and a voice for children in dependency court. “This grant will provide more volunteers and more training allowing outreach and advocacy for more children.”
• The Bishop Center for the Performing Arts. “This grant will help keep ticket prices low and allow more people to enjoy this wonderful venue.”
•Copalis Community Church is the host of the Copalis Food Bank. “This food bank provides healthy food choices for over 130 families every week. This grant will help fund construction that will protect the building and contents from storm and flood damage.”
• Harbor Rescue is a small, all volunteer animal rescue located in Cosmopolis.
• The Hoquiam Fire Department relies on quality communication to do their jobs. “This grant will fund the purchase of new radios to keep the teams in touch.”
• 7th Street Kids is a summer camp program that involves kids in musical theater.
“The Foundation is grateful and appreciates all of the requests for grants and congratulates all grant recipients,” the news release said.
More information is available at www.seabrookwa.com/seabrook-community-foundation