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Local tribe donates thousands
10/11/2019

(KNZA)--Twenty area northeast Kansas programs and agencies benefit through a donation made by a local tribe.

On Thursday, the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation presented $80,285 in donations during a ceremony held on the Tribe’s reservation, near Mayetta.

According to a press release, each quarter the Tribe distributes funding awards to various organizations and events promoting “ community stewardship and long term sustainability of resources for Kansans.”

Among those selected to receive a portion of the funding were Royal Valley USD 337, Habitat for Humanity, Coats for Kids and Housing and Credit Counseling.

The Tribe accepts contribution requests throughout the year.

In 2018, the Tribe donated over $311,000 to the northeast Kansas area.

 

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