Hilltop receives $30,000 from Daniels Fund

Several Western Slope nonprofit organizations received grants from the Daniels Fund, which announced the awards last week after the first-quarter meeting of its board of directors.

The grants are:

$30,000 to Hilltop Health Services Corp., Grand Junction, for domestic violence programs.

$25,000 to Colorado West Regional Mental Health, Glenwood Springs, for Summit Safe Haven.

$15,000 to YouthZone, Glenwood Springs, for Pals Mentoring Program.

$10,000 to the Center for Independence, Grand Junction, for vocational training program.

$10,000 to city of Aspen Early Childhood Programs.

“During uncertain economic times, the nonprofit organizations that strengthen our communities often experience a decrease in giving while facing increasing demands for services,” Linda Childears, president and chief executive officer of the Daniels Fund, said in a news release.

“It is important for everyone to continue support for these vital organizations.”


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