Urban League of Greater Madison, Urban Triage and the Center for Black Excellence and Culture headlined a list of 2022 grant recipients from Madison Community Foundation.

The three organizations combined for about half of the $697,500 in money from the community foundation, which awarded grants to 12 local nonprofits on Wednesday. The foundation annually gives grants to nonprofits and this year focused heavily on organizations that are in the process of growth and organizational capacity-building.

“These organizations are building new programs, new staff, new facilities,” Tom Linfield, vice president of community impact for Madison Community Foundation, said in a written statement. “The community is enriched by each new development, from funding business entrepreneurship, to providing arts education in the schools, to strengthening the county’s parks. These nonprofits are helping make the Madison area extraordinary.

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