Community Partners – Enhancing Quality of Life in Johnson County

On 1 July 2013, the Johnson County Board of Supervisors held a public event for community partners who are “Enhancing Quality of Life in Johnson County.”

More than $2.3 million dollars was awarded to dozens of local organizations with hundreds of workers and volunteers who are having positive impact in our community.

An inspiring 44-slide presentation shown below provided an overview of how these organizations are directly helping local county residents. (Also available as a PDF)

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Organizations. Below is the list of community partner organizations. The full report in PDF format provides the amount received by each organization.

Libraries. Supporting Johnson County libraries is a priority. Here is a list of the libraries that received financial support as part of this initiative. The full report in PDF format provides the amount received by each library.

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