$104,000 Granted to Seven Local Nonprofits Helping People Impacted by Coronavirus

To-Date, Greensboro Virus Relief Taskforce Has Granted Over $2.4 million to Over 100 local Nonprofits

Greensboro, NC (October 8, 2020) – The Greensboro Virus Relief Taskforce is pleased to announce it recently granted $104,000 to 7 local nonprofits providing services to people impacted by the Coronavirus. To-date the Taskforce has granted a total of $2,468,252 to over 100 local nonprofits helping thousands of individuals and families.

The funds were allocated from the Greensboro Virus Relief Fund which was established by United Way of Greater Greensboro, City of Greensboro, and Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro.

The Taskforce is co-chaired by Larry Davis, Assistant City Manager, and Frank McCain, Vice President, Community Impact and Investment, United Way and comprised of leaders from Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Guilford County and leaders representing six priority areas.

Nonprofits interested in grant funding can learn more and submit applications by visiting www.UnitedWayGSO.org/Virus

The latest rounds of funding were granted to the following nonprofits addressing the following priority areas:

Housing Vulnerabilities

  • DOCARE Foundation: $9,000
  • GP Sober House & Recovery: $9,000
  • Greensboro Urban Ministry: $25,000
  • Staton Family Foundation: $16,000
  • Tabitha Ministry: $5,000
  • UNCG Center for Housing & Community Studies: $23,750

Employment

  • The Color of Reason – Women’s Community Council: $16,250

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