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United Way NSV’s COVID-19 Relief Fund hits $83,000

3 April 2020 Covid19 Luray/Page County Shenandoah County Winchester Frederick County Clarke County News


United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley received $41,670 in private donations for their COVID-19 Relief Fund, all of which have been matched with emergency funding dollars to reach 83,340 total COVID-19 Relief Fund dollars.

Funds were distributed yesterday, April 2, to the following nonprofits:

There is still more than $8,000 left in matching funds available. If interested in donating, visit the United Way NSV’s website. 

On Thursday, March 26, 2020, the first four recipients of this grant funding were: Faithworks, Highland Food Pantry, Blue Ridge Housing Network, Inc., and Dr. Terry Sinclair Health Clinic. Elise joined Janet in the studio for The Valley Today with Bob Boulter from Faithworks to talk about the impact of the grant will have on his organization and the hopes for the fund moving forward. You can listen to that conversation here: https://theriver953.com/podcast/united-way-nsvs-covid-19-relief-fund-faithworks/

The COVID-19 Relief Fund was designed to expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible. Grants will be dispersed to agencies within the United Way NSV catchment area of the City of Winchester, Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah and Page counties that are directly supporting local residents and families who are most affected by emerging health, economic and social impacts.

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