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Nearly $24,000 in grants will assist nonprofits serving the Village of Pulaski and the Town of Richland.

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Proposals are encouraged from a variety of program areas, including education, health, social services, arts and culture, civics, and preservation of historic resources.

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The fund is now 30 years old with an endowment of $1,000,000 and raised $13,600 during their 2021 fundraising campaign.

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The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund is a union of gifts contributed by the people of the Pulaski community that makes grants to support programs and projects of importance to the area.

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The grant application deadline is May 15, 2021!

Children enjoy the petting zoo at the Salmon River Festival in Pulaski.

Imagine a whole town exploding into laughter, families enjoying the landscapes, competitive runs, fishing, and tourists filling restaurants and theaters each year.

Students from the Pulaski Energy Club pose with models of wind turbines.

"Our community has always embraced its environment, and our success as a club over the past 5 years is a testament to the students’ passion for the environment and the concept of living more sustainably."

A student poses at the dishwasher at the Makes Sense Shop in Pulaski.

As a program operated by several school districts, the Make Sense shop is an example of collaboration in partnership with their community and with other businesses.

An outside view of the Bethel Community Center in Pulaski.

The Bethel Community Center building, built in 1848, holds a long history in the small town. But for many years, the center faced neglect. In 2009, Linda and Ron decided to step in.

In response to needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust donated $10,000 to the Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund.