Common Grace grant

Brad Graden, left, executive director of the Community Foundation of Noble County, presents a grant check to Angie Kidd, executive director of Common Grace Ministries. The foundation recently awarded a grant totaling $2,907.44 to the Salvation Army of Noble County through the Robert and Darlene Black Charitable Fund to assist with the Emergency Assistance Program. Common Grace Ministries was also awarded a grant of $10,000 to assist with services. Common Grace Ministries, Inc. strives to meet immediate needs, mitigate future needs and empower independence in the name of Christ.

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