M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

The Arc of Benton County, which provides services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is using a Trust grant to finish a remodel on a new building for its thrift store they plan to move in to later this year. The cost of the remodel and property adds up to about $540,000, of which the Murdock Trust awarded a grant for $125,000.

Read the full article by Bennett Hall in the Corvallis Gazette-Times.

“We feel really good about it,” Arc executive director Diane Scottaline said of the new building. “The traffic count is higher, the parking is much better, the visibility is better … and it’s a much newer building.”

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