Mayo Clinic Health System has awarded more than $110,000 in grants money to nearly two dozen non-profit organizations in the greater Mankato area.

By KEYC Staff
Published: August 2, 2021 11:08 am
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MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) – Mayo Clinic Health System has awarded more than $110,000 in grants money to nearly two dozen non-profit organizations in the greater Mankato area.

MCHS has donated $114,450 so far this year to non-profits in the greater Mankato area through the Hometown Health Grant Program, which aims to improve the health of communities.

“Investing in the health and wellness of our communities is core to our mission,” says James Hebl, M.D., regional vice president, Southwest Minnesota Region, Mayo Clinic Health System. “It’s a privilege to partner with each of these organizations to address an array of health issues, such as mental health, obesity, substance abuse and chronic disease management within the communities we serve.”