CHI Health grants benefit eight first responder departments in five counties

  • Source: The Grand Island Independent - Metered Site
  • Published: 10/19/2021 12:00 AM

Eight area fire and rescue departments and Project Serenity received part of a $66,694 grant from the CHI Health St. Francis Foundation. The grants, made possible through the foundation’s annual Ticket to Win fundraiser, were announced Oct. 8. Since 2017, the St. Francis Foundation has awarded over $245,000 in funds to local area emergency first responders departments for unbudgeted lifesaving equipment and training expenses. These donations have benefited emergency response personnel for Alda, Aurora, Cairo, Central City, Clarks, Dannebrog, Doniphan, Giltner, Grand Island Rural, Greeley, Hamilton County, Hampton, Marquette, Palmer, Phillips, Platte Valley Mutual, St. Libory and Wood River.


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