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Local volunteer agency receives grant

Funds will help extend resources of non-profit organizations

TOPEKA – It is the next leap in the evolution of developing volunteers in Kansas, said Linn Hogg, coordinator of the Great Bend-based Volunteers in Action.
She was referring to the nearly $100,000 in funding being awarded by the Kansas Volunteer Commission. It went to  four Kansas volunteer-connector organizations, including VIA, in the form of Capacity Building through Volunteer Engagement grants.
What does all this mean? “We will utilize skilled volunteers to help build the capacity and extend the resources of non-profit organizations,” Hogg said.
The grants, totally nearly $25,000 each, aim to expand volunteering by strengthening community agencies ...

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