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Living Well Foundation Offers Grant Writing Opportunities

Ervins Strauhmanis,
The Living Well Foundation is seeking grant applications from non-profit organizations.

The Living Well Foundation is seeking applications for the annual grant cycle. Non-profit organizations, governmental entities, and state colleges or universities in the 8-parish service area can apply online for an opportunity to receive grant money.

According to Alice Prophit, the President and CEO of the Living Well Foundation, the priorities of the grant cycle are promoting the health and wellbeing of the service area. The focus includes new or expanded services related to health care and protecting families, especially children. There is also a focus on the underserved and needy in the area, with the Living Well Foundation seeking ways to put people back to work so they can have a productive lifestyle.

To be considered for a grant, interested parties visit the Living Well Foundation website and submit a letter of intent. Letters must be submitted between August 20-31. The next step is to fill out the online application and submit by the due date, which is September 30.

The Living Well Foundation is a non-profit organization that serves an 8-parish region consisting of Caldwell, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, and Union parishes. More information about the Living Well Foundation and grant applications are available here.