The Arc of Midland receives grant from MACF


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The Arc of Midland obtained a grant of $15,000 to help within the modification and restructuring of all applications, together with present and upcoming fundraising plans on account of COVID-19.

As a result of unprecedented instances of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impression it has had on the nonprofit group, the Midland Space Group Basis adjusted a latest grant cycle to assist the operational wants of organizations.

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The latest grant funds have been awarded from the MACF Group Funding Fund and the COVID-19 Aid Fund. The COVID-19 Aid Fund is a partnership between MACF and United Manner of Midland County.

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This grant will help The Arc of Midland to proceed working whereas offering needed programming to group members and the individuals it serves. The vast majority of The Arc’s applications are free to the general public and others have scholarships obtainable.


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“The Arc of Midland continues to offer companies to individuals with mental and developmental disabilities regardless that issues look totally different. We recognize the flexibleness from group companions and the individuals we serve so we will do our work,” mentioned a consultant in a launch.

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The pandemic has pressured The Arc of Midland to vary its day after day method of doing enterprise. The group has added extra duties to all employees and have been artistic by altering its method, all whereas growing communication with the individuals it serves every day. The significance of sustaining operations is crucial to The Arc of Midland’s capability to maneuver ahead. The group’s present plan entails adjusting this yr’s fundraisers and applications.


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For practically 70 years, The Arc of Midland has been offering programming and companies for individuals with mental and developmental disabilities to the Midland group. These in want of companies might name 989-631-4439 for extra data.

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– Processed by Victoria Ritter, vritter@mdn.internet

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