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ConocoPhillips Donates

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BILLINGS - Three organizations in the Magic City received grants from ConocoPhillips: Elder Grove School, Tumbleweed, and St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation were the three recipients.

Principal Nathan Schmitz with Elder Grove says they will use their money to install a security system in part of their school. 

Tumbleweed Executive Director Sheri Boelter says the money will help continue their mission to help the teens living on the streets.

Grant Associate Nova Pauls with St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation says the money they received will go toward their rural and underserved pediatric care.

Operations Manager for ConocoPhillips Greg Ashdown says the organizations were picked because they were deserving and do great work throughout the community.

To learn how to apply for a grant, click here.
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