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From KentPresents, $125k for area nonprofits

 

KentPresents, the ideas festival held for the past four years in Kent, is awarding grants totaling $125,000 to 42 nonprofit organizations serving Litchfield County. 

The groups receiving awards provide social and emergency services, housing, educational and economic opportunities, and enhance the cultural and artistic lives of low- and moderate-income individuals and families in Kent and nearby communities. In selecting the recipients, special emphasis is placed on basic needs, emergency services and education programs.

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