ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Rock House Kids, a non-profit that serves as a safe haven for underserved youth, gets some financial help.
The grant money from the Rockford Area Arts Council, worth roughly $1,000, will be used to implement an arts opportunity for teens at the non-profit.
The funding is part of the group’s 2021 Community Arts Access grants, designed to increase access and outreach to the arts for underserved individuals.
This year, more than a dozen organizations and individuals in the stateline are receiving financial help from the Council.
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