City to apply for grant to help businesses buy PPE

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John will be applying for a grant from NDIT to help local non-profits and businesses buy PPE.

Northern Development Initiative Trust offers a Downtown Facade Improvement Program each year. This year the program is being modified to support businesses and non-profits that need to buy PPE due to COVID-19.

The small grants of up to $500 per entity can be used to purchase plexiglass, signage, floor stickers, and other items to keep staff and customers safe.

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If the grant is approved, the City hopes to have an online application form running as soon as possible.

NDIT will provide $20,000 with the City providing another $20,000.

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