The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana
The Disaster Relief – COVID-19 Response Fund will award one-time grants on a rolling basis to non-profits whose operations in support of seniors, children, immigrants, workers and other vulnerable populations have been stressed by the outbreak.  The Fund is designed to be adaptable in its goals and focus, which will evolve as community members and nonprofits in our region share their needs.

Vanderburgh Community Foundation
The COVID-19 Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region is accepting applications from regional nonprofit organizations.  Funds will be distributed to 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations who are currently in good standing with the IRS and whose service area includes the 5-county region of Gibson, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, and Warrick counties.  The fund will support organizations who:

  • Advance tactics that provide gap support (not duplicated Federal Programs) to those who are asset-limited, income-constrained and may be temporarily unemployed (ALICE);
  • Sustain critical operations and levels of service that meet the basic needs of the vulnerable, at-risk, health care workers, and first responders (e.g., food, shelter and childcare);
  • Support temporary staffing or volunteer mobilization efforts in response to the loss of the volunteer base critical to essential social services; or
  • Encourage and champion a movement of neighbors caring for neighbors.

Lilly Endowment Gifts
Lilly Endowment has given $30 million to Indiana United Ways to help.  Listed below are all of the Indiana United Way Agencies.  More information is available at each website.

Foelinger Foundation
They have announced its Critical Response Grant, committing $1.35M in support of Allen County nonprofits addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.

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