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Community Foundation Grants to Ktxk Co Texarkana College


Organization - Ktxk Co Texarkana College
Year Awarded - 2018
Grant Amount - $800
Grant Purpose - To Support Community Health Education Programming
Foundation - Arkansas Community Foundation

Organization - Ktxk Co Texarkana College
Year Awarded - 2018
Grant Amount - $250
Grant Purpose - General Operating Support
Foundation - Arkansas Community Foundation

Organization - Ktxk Co Texarkana College
Year Awarded - 2018
Grant Amount - $400
Grant Purpose - To Better Community Awareness And Education
Foundation - Arkansas Community Foundation

Organization - Ktxk Co Texarkana College
Year Awarded - 2018
Grant Amount - $3,000
Grant Purpose - To Provide Support For The Continued Uninterrupted Broadcasting Of Programs On 91.5 Ktxk Fm
Foundation - Arkansas Community Foundation

Organization - Ktxk Co Texarkana College
Year Awarded - 2018
Grant Amount - $500
Grant Purpose - To Provide Funds For Programming To Enhance, Educate, And Otherwise Benefit The Community
Foundation - Arkansas Community Foundation









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