South Ga. nonprofit gives [The Salvation Army of Valdosta] funding

VALDOSTA – A handful of local nonprofits were tapped to receive grants recently from the COVID-19 Relief Fund via the Community Foundation of South Georgia.

The Thomasville-based agency announced in a statement Monday it plans to distribute 40 grants totaling $200,000; six Valdosta organizations are scheduled to receive some of the money.

Break Bread Together, Living Bridges Ministry, the Salvation Army Valdosta, Second Harvest of South Georgia, the Greater Valdosta United Way and Valdosta YMCA.

Lt. Chris Thomas of the Salvation Army said being overjoyed with being chosen as a recipient is an understatement, adding there are no words to express…

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