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Love in Action will continue providing the Backpack Blessing program while schools are remain closed for the next few weeks.

The newly formed community coalition created to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak has granted $30,750 to date from the Emergency Human Needs Fund to seven area nonprofit organizations that are helping our community in this time of crisis.

Funding is provided on behalf of the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area, the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation and the Greater Ottawa County United Way.

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