Foundation looking to help groups gain financial stability

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Shelby County Community Charities starts endowment grant

By Todd Martin

Since its inception 23 years ago, the Shelby County Community Foundation has donated more than $1.2 million to local non-profits, but now the foundation would like to help charities become more self-sustaining.

On Monday, the foundation released a statement announcing that it is offering a $10,000 matching funds grant to the Shelby County Community Theatre to help fund an endowment to provide future sustainability.

The theater had approached the foundation for help setting up an endowment.

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