Highland Village Council approves funding for nonprofits


Highland Village City Hall. Photo by Bill Castleman

The Highland Village City Council permitted funding final month for space nonprofits.

Each yr, the council allocates funds for nonprofits that present important providers to Highland Village residents and that meet tips in a metropolis decision, in response to a information launch from town. The group’s providers have to be of financial profit to the group or contribute to the standard of life in Highland Village by serving a municipal public objective.

The following organizations obtained the listed funding, in response to town:

Denton County Friends of the Family: $3,025
Denton County MHMR Center: $2,500
Salvation Army: $2,500
SPAN, Inc/Meals on Wheels of Denton County: $1,500
Special Abilities of North Texas: $4,000
Wining The Fight (WTF): $2,550
Youth and Family Counseling: $3,025
CASA of Denton County: $2,000
Communities in Schools of North Texas: $2,500
Journey to Dream: $2,500
PediPlace: $2,500
Lewisville ISD Education Foundation: $5,000
Chisholm Trail RSVP: $2,000
Highland Village Lions Foundation: $2,500
Friends of the Flower Mound Public Library: $500
Lewisville Lake Symphony: $4,000
Studio B Performing Arts Center: $3,000

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