Highland Village Council approves funding for nonprofits

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Highland Village City Hall. Photo by Bill Castleman

The Highland Village City Council approved funding last month for area nonprofits.

Each year, the council allocates funds for nonprofits that provide essential services to Highland Village residents and that meet guidelines in a city resolution, according to a news release from the city. The organization’s services must be of economic benefit to the community or contribute to the quality of life in Highland Village by serving a municipal public purpose.

The following organizations received the listed funding, according to the city:

  • Denton County Friends of the Family: $3,025
  • Denton County MHMR Center: $2,500
  • Salvation Army: $2,500
  • SPAN, Inc/Meals on Wheels of Denton County: $1,500
  • Special Abilities of North Texas: $4,000
  • Wining The Fight (WTF): $2,550
  • Youth and Family Counseling: $3,025
  • CASA of Denton County: $2,000
  • Communities in Schools of North Texas: $2,500
  • Journey to Dream: $2,500
  • PediPlace: $2,500
  • Lewisville ISD Education Foundation: $5,000
  • Chisholm Trail RSVP: $2,000
  • Highland Village Lions Foundation: $2,500
  • Friends of the Flower Mound Public Library: $500
  • Lewisville Lake Symphony: $4,000
  • Studio B Performing Arts Center: $3,000
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