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COVID-19 funds to benefit Atchison nonprofits

(KAIR)--Federal dollars, allocated through the American Rescue Plan Act, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, could provide a boost to Atchison non-profit organizations.

According to a release, the City of Atchison “is seeking non-profit partners to collaborate in advancing quality of life and development efforts in the Atchison community through major capital improvements.”

The release explains that the federal rescue plan provided the City of Atchison with approximately $1.6 million, with the City appropriating $150,000 of that sum “toward capital projects that improve local non-profit organizations.”

According to the release, the ARPA Non-Profit Capital Support Program “will prioritize projects that benefit senior citizens and youth populations as well as projects in the downtown district [of Atchison].”

Clarifying that the program is not intended to provide operations support for non-profit organizations, the release adds that applications will be received until January 31, 2023 and award decisions are expected to be made by the end of the following February.

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