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Mid-Cities (TX) Links, Inc. Donate $35,000 to COVID-19 Relief Efforts

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Mid-Cities (TX) Links, Inc. Donate $35,000 to COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Three organizations received $10,000 grants to address the COVID-19 crisis and an additional $5,000 will be provided in rapid response funds to front-line responders in Arlington, Grand Prairie & Irving who are responding to COVID-19 challenges. The Mid-Cities (TX) Chapter of The Links, Inc., addressing escalating community needs due to the coronavirus, is providing $35,000 in grants and donations to address COVID-19 specific issues.

The Chapter is giving 35 for 35 in the form of $35,000 in commemoration of the 35th anniversary of the Mid-Cities (TX) Chapter; which was recognized on April 20, 2020. $10,000 Relief Grants have been awarded to:

• Brighter Tomorrows – Domestic and Sexual Violence Emergency Shelter, Irving and Grand Prairie, TX

• Irving Cares – – Assistance for Irving residents addressing a Financial Crisis

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• The Parkland Foundation, Dallas TX

• Additionally, $5,000 committed for COVID-19 front-line responders in Arlington, Grand Prairie and Irving who are responding to COVID-19 challenges The Links, Inc. is an international organization, founded more than 70 years ago, by women of African descent to make a positive impact on their communities.

Through the years, The Links, Inc. has raised millions of dollars for worthy causes including education, health care, arts, and youth programs. For 35 years, the Mid-Cities (TX) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated has been actively engaged in addressing critical social issues to bring equity to individuals and families. With the continued philanthropy and collaboration of our supporters, members aim to deliver unparalleled impactful service to their communities for years to come.

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