Revelstoke Community Foundation gives out $40,130

The Revelstoke Community Foundation gave out $40,130 to support 26 projects by 20 different community groups on Wednesday.

Recipients of donations from the Revelstoke Community Foundation gather at the Best Western Plus after receiving their cheques on Wednesday.

The Revelstoke Community Foundation gave out $40,130 to support 26 projects by 20 different community groups on Wednesday.

Directors of the foundation and recipients of its largesse gathered at the Best Western on Apr. 26.

The projects supported included the food bank, skateboard park, Miracle of Mackenzie, ArtsStarts in Schools, hospice volunteer training, family literacy, nutrition education, the Brown Bag history book and more.

“As you can see, it’s quite an eclectic group that asked for funds and we’re so glad we could help you in some way,” said Vivian Mitchell, a director with the foundation.

You can see the full list of projects below.

The foundation also received some money of it’s — $5,000 from TD Bank for its environment fund.

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