‘We don’t have to live in our silos.’ Foundation awards grants to benefit community

The Community Foundation of Central Georgia has announced that 42 local projects have been funded at $42,000 as part of the Conversation to Action mini-grant program.

The community foundation gets money from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The ideas for the mini grants were inspired by discussions that took place at the second On the Table Macon event in 2019.

Nancy Cleveland, the Communications and Development Associate for the Community Foundation said the mini grants aim to inspire residents to find ways to improve the community they live in.

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