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More COVID Crisis Funds Headed to Non-Profits

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Another $300,000 in pandemic relief is on the way to area non-profits. 

The COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region has awarded a twelfth round of allocations to twelve of thirteen nonprofits who applied for the assistance.

In a release, the city of Evansville said nearly half of the money will go to the YMCA of Southwestern Indiana.

Other agencies receiving a share of the funds include the EVSC Foundation, Foster Care in the US of Evansville, the At the Cross Mission in Mt. Vernon, Trinity United Methodist Church in Oakland City, and The Way of Rockport, Indiana.

The city says the Response Fund has distributed more than $2.6 million to nonprofits in a five-county region that are responding to critical needs related to the pandemic and the region’s recovery.

Donations to the fund can be made through the United Way of Southwestern Indiana.