WabiSabi Make a Difference applications available
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Applications are now available for WabiSabi’s Make a Difference in Moab Fund. The applications and other information are available at the WabiSabi website, wabisabimoab.org. 

“WabiSabi is seeking innovative, enriching projects that benefit the Moab community,” according to a news release from the non-profit organization. The fund awards up to $750 per project and applications are due by March 1 at 6 p.m.

Since 2002, WabiSabi has given over $25,000 to organizations and individuals for projects through the Make a Difference program – from start-up funds for Community Rebuilds, to worm composting bins at Helen M. Knight Elementary School. 

Applicants do not need to be part of an organization to qualify for funding, but will need to be sponsored as an umbrella group under another organization for the purpose of financial oversight.

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