Emergency food and shelter funds available

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The Kootenai County Emergency Food and Shelter program is accepting applications for federal funds that will be avalable for local nonprofits that provide food and shelter.

Kootenai County will receive $5,082. Local agencies chosen to receive funds must be private voluntary nonprofits or government units.The agencies must also be eligible to receive federal funds, have an accounting system, practice nondiscrimination, have demonstrated the capacity to deliver food or shelter programs, and if a private voluntary organization, the agency must have a voluntary board of directors. Qualifying agencies are urged to apply by contacting St. Vincent de Paul North Idaho or downloading the application at stvincentdepaulcda.org or www.unitedwayofnorthidaho.org.

The deadline to apply is April 5.

Send the application to the attention of Janet Brock by fax to 208-664-1772 or by mail to EFSP Board, 201 E. Harrison Ave., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814. Info: 208-664-3095.

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