Contributions to the second section of the Higher Cleveland COVID-19 Fast Response Fund have already exceeded $3.2 million.
CLEVELAND — The Higher Cleveland COVID-19 Fast Response Fund has introduced its second cycle of biweekly grants inside Section II efforts to help the nonprofit group throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
This newest spherical totaled $346,750 that was given to 11 organizations and teams that serve Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties.
Right here’s how the grants have been awarded:
– Cleveland Kosher Meals Pantry ($15,000): To proceed to fulfill the elevated demand for supply of culturally delicate meals for seniors and low-income households in japanese Cuyahoga County
– Denison Avenue United Church of Christ ($14,000): To permit for the enlargement of shelter service via April, whereas additionally persevering with meals distribution to shut-ins and scorching meals for small teams of youth on Cleveland’s close to west aspect
– The Edna Home for Girls ($15,000): To proceed to supply shelter, housing and sobriety companies for girls recovering from drug and alcohol dependancy in Cuyahoga County, together with the acquisition of tablets to permit for group assembly participation whereas quarantining
– Higher Cleveland Congregations ($50,000): To work together with UnitedHealthcare to carry COVID-19 testing websites to the Slavic Village, Lee-Harvard and Glenville neighborhoods for 4 weeks, whereas additionally growing a course of to comply with up with individuals who take a look at constructive for COVID-19 at these testing websites to make sure they will isolate safely with out transmitting the virus to different members of the family
– Heights Christian Church ($27,000): To proceed to help collaboration with different church buildings and group organizations as a part of the Unity within the Neighborhood meals pantry program, which addresses meals insecurity for almost 200 households in Cleveland’s east aspect neighborhoods
– Might Dugan Middle ($45,000): To rent a Spanish-speaking psychological well being counselor, whereas persevering with to help the group’s drive-through meals distribution service and sufferer service applications in Cuyahoga County
– Neighborhood Connections ($121,500): To offer grants starting from $500-$5,000 to small nonprofit organizations, faith-based congregations, and grassroots and neighborhood civic teams all through Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties for a broad vary of important human wants corresponding to wholesome meals, protected shelter, and to scale back social isolation. Since receiving its first spherical of funding on April 10, Neighborhood Connections has awarded $648,627 to 199 teams and organizations.
– St. Aloysius Catholic Church ($10,000): To help the group’s outreach to senior residents in addition to homebound residents and households coping with meals insecurity within the Collinwood, Glenville and St. Clair-Superior neighborhoods
– Salaam Clinic of Cleveland ($13,000): To buy PPE and an infection management tools and to increase telehealth companies in order that the clinic can proceed offering well being care companies to the uninsured and underinsured inhabitants of Northeast Ohio
– SMART Restoration ($26,250): To proceed to supply instruments and peer help for people and their households coping with dependancy throughout Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties
– Zion Hill Baptist Church ($10,000): To proceed to supply wholesome meals and snacks to senior residents within the Mt. Nice neighborhood
“Awards vary in dimension from $5,000 to $100,000, with a most grant quantity of $100,000 for any nonprofit group all through the following cycle, ending Oct. 31, 2021,” officers stated in a press launch.
Contributions in section II have already exceeded $3.2 million, officers famous Tuesday.
“Funding companions urge different foundations, company entities, people and organizations to contribute to the Fund. Donations of any quantity are welcomed, and all contributions are tax deductible.”
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