Wal-Mart grants go to local nonprofits
A variety of Pikes Peak region nonprofits received grants at Wal-Mart’s annual Community Celebration dinner on Dec. 3.
- A $25,000 grant went to The Christian Healing Network;
- Grants of $8,000 went to SET of Colorado Springs, and Christian Grandparenting Network;
- A $7,000 grant went to Marian House Soup Kitchen;
- Grants of $6,000 went to Pikes Peak Community Action Agency, Welcome Home Warrior, High Plains Helping Hands, Special Kids Special Families Zach’s Place, and USA Triathlon;
- Grants of $1,000 went to Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity, S-CAP, Christmas Unlimited, Pikes Peak Region Humane Society, Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, TLC Temporary Lodging for Children and Families, Centro de la Familia, Fisher DeBerry Foundation, Harbor House, LOGO-Achieving Visions, Griffith Centers for Children, and Children’s Literacy Center each received $5,000 grants; and Colorado Lions Camp.
Wal-Mart lists its annual cash and in-kind contributions for Colorado at $5,891,662.