In the News: Huron Recovery Grant

Huron Recovery Grant program

From CKNX AM 920 – Community Futures Huron has provided $15,000 to Huron County and the Huron County Economic Development Department for a new Huron Recovery Grant program.

Warden Jim Ginn said the program is designed to find new and innovative ways for businesses to adjust to a new normal, since the arrival of COVID-19.

Read more on the CKNX story here…

A Project Supported in part by Community Futures Huron

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Community Futures Huron is located at 435 Turnberry Street, Brussels, Ontario. Come see us in this new location.

Office hours are Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 3 pm. Phone: (226) 889-8256; emailinfo@cfhuron.ca.

Areas we serve: Howick, Wingham, Blyth, Brussels, Dungannon, Goderich, Clinton, Seaforth, Hensall, Zurich, Bayfield, Exeter.

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