CHAPS Receives WYCF Grant

The Wyoming Community Foundation makes grants to organizations which work to make a difference in the quality of life for Wyoming residents.
The Wyoming Community Foundation makes grants to organizations which work to make a difference in the quality of life for Wyoming residents.

Just over $103,000 in grants were awarded last week by the Wyoming Community Foundation to nonprofits across Wyoming. One nonprofit from Sheridan benefited; Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership, or CHAPS, received $6,000 for their work.

Samin Dadelahi, Senior Program Officer with the Wyoming Community Foundation explains what this particular grant is all about.

She says that in this area, the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation is a branch of the state foundation. It was the local branch that recommended a grant application that CHAPS submitted.

The Wyoming Community Foundation has three grant cycles per year. To apply for funds or to learn more about the program, click here: http://www.wycf.org

Or call (307) 721-8300

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