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Black Hills Energy Gives Back to 18 Area Organizations

RAPID CITY, SD – Black Hills Energy recently distributed over $460,000 of grants to 18 nonprofit organizations serving Black Hills communities. Among the nonprofit organizations receiving awards are:

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Here is a list of all 13 interviews from Nov 1st, 2019

Black Hills Energy Interview
General Beadle Elementary School
Youth and Family Services:
Love Inc
Oglala Lakota College
Adult Day Center of the Black Hills
Minneluzahan Senior Center
Super Dogs for Super Heroes
Stevens High School Showstoppers
Lady Patriot Softball
United Way

This is a playlist featuring all the interviews.

Adult Day Center of the Black Hills$15,000 for vehicle repairs and upgrades to better serve their clientele.
American Red Cross$750 to support their disaster recovery efforts.
Central High School Environmental Club$1,250 to support recycling and sustainability efforts at the school.
Destination Rapid City$20,000 for a new electric Kuboto used in the upkeep and recycling efforts in downtown Rapid City.
2017 Class of Leadership Rapid City$5,000 for construction of a playground at Working Against Violence Inc.
2018 Class of Leadership Rapid City$5,000 sponsorship for FUSE, an event raising funds to support diversity efforts.
General Beadle Elementary School$5,000 to provide Christmas gifts for 500 students..
Journey On$1,500 to support Wilderness and Adventure Therapy programs.
Lady Patriot Softball$1,500 toward the purchase of uniforms and equipment.
Love Inc.$20,000 for renovations at new centralized facility on Omaha Street.
Minneluzahan Senior Center$5,000 to improve their building’s energy efficiency.
Mt. Rushmore Rd. Group$15,000 for holiday decorations for street lights.
Oglala Lakota College$15,000 for the installation of Smart (Zoom) classroom.
Stevens High School Showstoppers$1,500 to support their 2019-2020 season.
Super Dogs for Super Heroes$2,000 to support veterans and their service dogs.
Vision Piedmont$5,000 for economic development efforts in Piedmont, South Dakota.
Youth and Family Services$50,000 for their facility expansion.
United Way$293,678 pledged from Black Hills Energy employees, plus a 25% corporate match, supporting four United Way organizations in the Black Hills.

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