Community Impact Grant was recently given to the Habitat Menominee River for detectors in Dickinson and Iron County.
The Dickinson Area Community Foundation recently awarded a $500.00 Community Impact Grant to Habitat Menominee River The funds were made possible with a match from the Pasahow Family Fund held at the Community Foundation. Habitat will use the money to purchase carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors for homes in Dickinson and Iron Counties in the “Repair Homes” program. Additional funding is being sought to fully fund the project. Pictured here: Nancy Pellegrini, Director of Habitat for Humanity, Tamara Juul, Director of the Community Foundation, and Kathy Kulas, Resource Development at Habitat for Humanity.