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The Community Foundation of North Central Washington is giong into 2023 with several new initiatives, coming off its “Give NCW” campaign which raised more than 600-thousand dollars for 73 non-profits in the region. Foundation Executive Director Beth Stipe says they'll be once again giving out scholarships:

Also this year, Stipe says the foundation is looking to offer help to non-profits and their board members:

And there will also be help available to non-profits needing help:

Those grants are being made available in part with help from the North Central Accountable Communities for Health and the Icicle Fund. More information on all of that is available at the foundation's website, cfncw-dot-org.

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