South Bend’s non-profits receive grant to combat youth violence
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. – A grant will be coming to non-profits on South Bend’s west side to help reduce youth violence.
The $150,000 grant will be coming to non-profits all thanks to the South Bend Black Empowerment and Robin Hood Revolution.
The grant’s purpose will be to help reduce violence among South Bends at risk youth.
The grant will be rewarded to six non-profits that will be named at a later date.
“We thought it was important to demonstrate our commitment to South Bend by creating a fund of $150,000 to support local organizations that are doing violence prevention work and are working to empower our low income communities right here in South Bend,” said Jorden Giger, Director of Robin Hood Revolution.
For more information visit their website.