Ten local groups are sharing in $60,000 in grants through High River's Family and Community Support Services, or FCSS.

The largest amount, $10,000, goes to Inclusion Foothills while Wild Rose Community Connections receives $9,000.

The two local school divisions, Christ the Redeemer and Foothills get $7,500 each.

Here's the full list:

        $3,000 to the BGC Foothills Club; Volunteer Recruitment & Coordination
        $7,500 to Christ the Redeemer School Division; Connections Programs
        $4,000 to Eunoia Equine Assisted Learning; Equine Assisted Learning
        $5,000 to Foothills Regional Victim Services; Volunteer Program
        $8,000 to Foothills Country Hospice; Volunteer Services
        $7,500 to Foothills School Division; Family School Liaison Counsellor
        $10,000 to Inclusion Foothills; Family Support Program
        $2,000 to Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta; Volunteer Program
        $4,000 to the Branches Program of Rowan House Emergency Shelter; Branches Prevention Ed. Program
        $9,000 to Wild Rose Community Connections; Dad's Central

FCSS programs across the region provide annual conditional funding through the Community Grant Program to organizations whose programs fit within 
the criteria stated in the Family and Community Support Services Act and Regulation and work to address a community need.