Coronavirus: 16 nonprofits awarded nearly $370K in grants

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ST. LOUIS — Grants from the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund totaling nearly $370,000 were given to 16 nonprofit organizations serving St. Louisans who are affected by the coronavirus.

The COVID-19 Regional Response Fund was created and funded by a coalition of area foundations, businesses and individual donors, according to a press release.

An advisory council of health experts, foundation partners and corporate and community representatives awarded funds to the following organizations:

 Aging

  • Aging Ahead: elder services and food delivery
  • Cardinal Ritter Senior Services: basic needs, mental health, and isolation
  • St. Louis Area Agency on Aging: nutrition, transportation and other services

Basic Needs

  • Catholic Charities: coordinate agencies providing unmet and emerging needs
  • Community Action Agency of St. Louis County:  rent, mortgage, utility, and food assistance
  • Connections to Success: access to technology, food, transportation, occurring because of a job loss
  • Metro Trans Umbrella Group: food and toiletries, and address social isolation for transgender adults
  • Salvation Army:  food, supplies, shelter
  • St. Francis Community Services:  therapy, legal aid and case management
  • Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis: nutrition and isolation and low-income rent and utilities

Child Care

  • United for Children: nutrition and childcare for emergency and essential personnel

Disabilities Services

  • Paraquad: emotional support and communication for families and caregivers

Food Insecurity

  • Operation Food Search: food for children and families
  • St. Louis Area Food Bank: provide food given network disruptions

Mental and Behavioral Health

  • Alive & Well Communities: basic services, mental health, and isolation
  • Behavioral Health Network: uninsured adults, homeless without phones

Contributions are being accepted for both the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund and Gateway Resilience Fund, which will assist employees and owners of restaurants, bars and shops affected by the coronavirus.

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