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Funding Headed to Four 'High-Need' AR Counties

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Four Arkansas counties are receiving some much-needed funding for certain programs in the area. It's part of a distribution of federal funds to help expand emergency food and shelter programs in high-need areas.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS-- Four Arkansas counties are receiving some much-needed funding for certain programs in the area. It's part of a distribution of federal funds to help expand emergency food and shelter programs in high-need areas. The money is headed to Washington, Benton, Madison and Carroll counties. Here's a look at the break-down of how much money is going to each county:

Washington County: $58,801
Benton County: $64,819
Madison County: $4,166
Carroll County: $7,682

Public or private "voluntary agencies" can still apply for emergency food and shelter program funding. But time is running out. The deadline is set for November 5th at noon. For more information, contact the United Way of Northwest Arkansas at 479-750-1221 or email Karen Bryant at kbryant@unitedwaynwa.org.

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