WabiSabi in its weekly letter thanked residents “for helping us raise over $32,000 for local nonprofits in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Sixteen requests were granted, which account for about $27,300, leaving another $5,000 still available.
“If your nonprofit organization has been affected financially by COVID-19 or are operating a project or program that addresses a negative impact of COVID-19 on the community, you can download an application for funding today by visiting wabisabimoab.com/covid19-community-fund,” said a statement from the organization.
According to Megan Millar, here’s how the funds have been dispersed as of Monday:
Arches Education Center, Mindfulness in Education, Full Circle Intertribal Center, Grand County Family Support Center, and Moab Healthcare Foundation each received $500; Moab Solutions was given $1,000; the Youth Garden Project, Grand Area Mentoring, Moab Folk Festival, Community Rebuilds, and Canyonlands Field Institute each received $2,500; Moab Valley Multicultural Center was given about $2,700 and $3,000 was given to KZMU Community Radio and Underdog Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation.