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Sabetha Foundation creates COVID-19 fund
03/27/2020

(KNZA)--The Greater Sabetha Community Foundation has initiated a new program to help Sabetha area residents in need of assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Foundation has created the COVID-19 Recovery Fund, which is now active to accept donations.

According to the Foundation, donations will be directed for relief and recovery efforts for local residents who are in greatest need due to the current pandemic.

All donations will be converted to Sabetha Chamber checks to be used to shop locally, which the Foundation says will then uphold many businesses that have been hurt economically.

Applications for assistance through the program are available at the Sabetha City Hall, Country Mart and can download from the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation's website

A three-person committee will review the applications to determine eligiblity for assistance.

For more information or to make a donation to the COVID-19 Recovery Fund you can go on-line to sabethafoundation.org.

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