Town of Irmo awards $334,00 in Grants to 10 Local Non Profits

The Irmo Town Council has awarded $344,000 in grants to 10 local nonprofit organizations in and around the Town of Irmo and the Irmo Community. The Town of Irmo is awarding a portion of its American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to help local non-profits respond to the negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Non-Profit Organization (NPO) Grants, ranging from $4,000 to $100,000, will allow the non-profit
organizations to support their programs that provide resources and support to families in the Irmo

“During Tuesday night’s Town Council meeting, the grant recipients will receive their grant packets and
checks. These grants provide investments into organizations within our community that experienced
financial strains & declines in revenues during the pandemic. These organizations will play a vital role in
helping our community by proving their support and resources within our Town.” – Courtney Dennis,
Administrator for the Town of Irmo.

The 10 NPO Awardees include: District Five Foundation, Irmo Fire Foundation, Irmo Elementary School
PTA, Irmo Outreach Committee, Ivy Heritage Foundation, SC Kings Foundation, Irmo Police Department
Community Foundation, Friarsgate Skate Park Committee, St. Andrews Woman’s Club, and the Universal
Community Improvement Organization.

About the Town of Irmo
The Town of Irmo was founded in 1890 and is one of the most sought-after places to live. The Town Council dedicated funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to aid non-profits that bring goodwill to the
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