The Centralia Coal Transition Grants Economic and Community Development Board on Monday announced it has approved a grant award of $30,000 to the Morningside organization.
“The grant will be used to assist people with disabilities in Lewis County receive the resources they need to be successful in the workplace,” TransAlta announced on Facebook.
According to TransAlta, the funding is to help clients located in Lewis County return to work or secure a new job that was lost because of the COVID-19 crisis last year.
“This investment by the board will enable Morningside to provide additional training support to keep client work skills sharp while looking for a job and/or support the opportunity for retraining,” TransAlta wrote. “The board appreciates the efforts of the Morningside team to help get individuals back to work and provide job coaching as they re-enter the workforce.
For more information on the Centralia Coal Transition Boards visit cctgrants.com.