Foundation awards $688,630 in grants.

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The Mary Black Foundation has awarded $688,630 in grants to five nonprofit organizations serving Spartanburg County. The organizations will receive the funds for operating support in 2019, according to a news release.

BirthMatters was awarded $119,730 for its community-based doula program, a home visitation program that provides educational and emotional support to young expectant mothers.

Institute for Child Success received $142,500 for general operational support related to policy and research in support of Spartanburg's young children and their families.

Spartanburg County First Steps was awarded $156,500 for services and supports offered through Quality Counts, a countywide continuous quality improvement program for private and public early care and education settings.

Hub City Farmer's Market was awarded $87,650 for general operating expenses and a strategic planning process.

Partners for Active Living received $182,250 for general operational support and for a dirt and...

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