We were live in the studio with Nadine Pottinga, Executive Director and Elise Stine-Dolinar, Director of Marketing & Outreach for United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley for a conversation about their recently announced COVID19 Relief Fund.
United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley recently announced details for their COVID-19 Relief Fund to expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible, focusing on directly supporting local residents and families who are most affected by emerging health, economic and social impacts.
Grants will be dispersed to agencies addressing the needs of local residents as it related to COVID-19 within the United Way NSV catchment area of the City of Winchester, Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah and Page counties. The fund will address the immediate, unmet needs of working families caused by COVID-19 related closures. Immediate, unmet needs may include:
Food and food supplies
Prescription and medical supplies
Mortgage payments for homes or businesses/Rental assistance
Car repairs or payments
Lost employment income
Members of the public may donate United Way NSV’s COVID-19 Relief Fund to help those most vulnerable in this global coronavirus crisis. 100% of all donations will go directly to COVID-19 relief efforts and the individuals impacted by it. United Way NSV will not assess any administrative fees as it relates to this fund.