JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - Two local non-profit organizations have received thousands of dollars in grants from a major cellular provider.
Verizon Wireless presented Court Appointed Special Advocates of North East Tennessee, or CASA as it's called, a $5,000 grant to help with their "Fostering Futures" program. Verizon also presented Abuse Alternatives in Bristol a $7,500 grant.
Both grants come from Verizon's Hopeline, an initiative to aid victims of domestic violence and fund organizations that provide domestic violence education.
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