City making grants available to organizations
by Staff Reports
10:36 AM, Friday, September 19
The city of Sandy Springs announces the availability of fiscal 2015 grant funding for eligible nonprofits and community organizations that serve residents of Sandy Springs. The available funding pool is $50,000. To be eligible for funding, applica...

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