Kansas Volunteer Commission provides community funding to address challenges created by pandemic

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KTMJ) — The Kansas Volunteer Commission has a long history of promoting community service in Kansas. Established in 1993, KVC arms volunteers and volunteer-driven organizations with the knowledge and resources needed to make a difference in their community.

KVC has provided funding to a number of organizations across the state with its Covid-19 Volunteer and Mentor Support Mini-Grant. These projects were awarded funding to help communities address some of the challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic. The grant ended in July, but KVC says about $40,000 of those funds remain and it will again release the grant application on August 5.

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