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MCF impact grants at work

Each year, the Mathews Community Foundation grants funds to help Mathews nonprofits provide needed services and improve the quality of life in the county. Two of these grants, for $10,000 apiece, will go to help homeowners with failing septic systems and to expand the county’s art offerings. The Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission has a program to assist homeowners on Gwynn’s Island repair failing septic systems. The first Mathews Community Foundation grant (top photo) will assist homeowners with any required match to have this work completed. MCF vice chairman Bill Whitley, at right, is shown presenting the check to MPPDC executive director Lewie Lawrence. Those who need help with septic issues should contact the MPPDC at 804-758-2311. MCF also granted $10,000 to the Bay School of Community Arts Center. This grant has already helped the Bay School expand after-school classes from three classes to five classes a week, provide all materials for art projects for the children a...

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