Hearst Foundations awards Renton, Washington HealthPoint with 75K grant

HealthPoint Renton was granted 75,000 on Tuesday from the Hearst Foundations. The philanthropic grant will go towards supporting the capital campaign for the Family First Community Center.

The Foundations granted $3 million to six Seattle-area organizations: Northwest Harvest, Pacific Northwest Ballet Association, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Opera, University of Washington Medicine and Virginia Mason, and $100,000 to Tacoma’s University of Puget Sound. It also granted $100,000 to the Woodland Park Zoo to support the Living Northwest Trail exhibit and $75,000 to YouthCare to support the Education and Employment Program.

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