Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative received $250,000.
Center for Pan Asian Community Services received $175,000.
CHRIS 180 received. $200,000.
Giving Kitchen received $250,000.
Good Samaritan Health Center received $250,000.
Henry W. Grady Health System Foundation Inc. received $315,000.
HOPE Atlanta received $150,000.
Inspiritus (formerly Lutheran Services of Georgia) received $150,000.
Latino Community Fund received $125,000.
Meals On Wheels Atlanta received $150,000.
MUST Ministries Inc. received $150,000.
PowerMyLearning received $200,000.
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia received $150,000.
Grants from the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund focus on immediate and critical needs to support those most vulnerable. United Way and Community Foundation staff, with the guidance of a volunteer steering committee comprised of leading individuals from civic, corporate and nonprofit sectors across the region, are identifying additional organizations currently providing or receiving requests for support. This includes working closely with the State of Georgia’s Coronavirus Task Force Committee for Homeless and Displaced Persons, and other state and federal supports that are to be issued in the coming days and weeks.
The next round of grants will be announced in early April.
To receive support: Text 211od to 898-211 to get a list of resources by zip code.
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