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Roundtable Earns St. Lucie County 2018 Video PSA Grant

Post Date:05/03/2018 8:42 AM

St. Lucie County is pleased to announce that The Roundtable of St. Lucie County is the winner of the 2018 Video Public Service Announcement (PSA) Grant Program.

Approved by the St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners, the grant program offers video production services to local non-profits and/or government agencies based off scoring criteria that includes the proposed project's impact on the community, clear goals for the PSA, the agency's need and stability, as well as the creativity and potential of the project.

Ten agencies submitted applications for this year's video production grant, which were reviewed and scored by a five-person committee made up of St. Lucie County staff.

The St. Lucie County Communications staff will begin working on the production of the video for The Roundtable, which will focus on mental health solutions, primarily focused on teens suffering in silence.

St. Lucie County’s annual PSA grant cycle is open in January with a deadline in early March. For details visit: www.stlucieco.gov/SLCTV

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