Foundation for the Tri-State Community, Inc.

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Foundation for the Tri-State Community, Inc.
Address: 
855 Central Ave., Suite 300
P.O. Box 2096
City: 
Ashland
State: 
KY
Zip: 
41105-2096
Contact: 
Mary Witten Wiseman, President
Telephone: 
606-324-3888
Fax: 
606-324-5961
Email: 
mwwiseman@tristatefoundation.org
EIN: 
61-0729266
Geographic Focus: 
Boyd and Greenup Counties KY; Lawrence County OH; Cabell and Wayne Counties, WV
Total Grant Amount: 
$790,410

 

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