COVID-19 Community Response Fund

United Way Of Marquette County

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Grant amount: Unspecified amount

Deadline: Rolling

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: General Operating Expense, Project / Program

Location of project: Marquette County, Michigan

Location of residency: Marquette County, Michigan

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Overview:

Note: Applications may be submitted on a rolling basis. We will do our best to respond within 10 businesses days of your submission if grant funding is available. Requests not immediately funded will continued to be considered depending on available funding.

COVID-19 Community Response Fund

With the recent news of COVID-19 cases in Michigan, we have seen many nonprofits cancel programming and events that have not only caused a significant financial hardship on the organizations, but also on the local small businesses that would have benefited from being part of these canceled activities.

The Community Foundation of Marquette County and the United Way of Marquette County have teamed up to deploy the Covid-19 Community Response Fund. Through this Fund, we are accepting requests for short-term funding to support operations of organizations that are struggling with immediate lost revenue and non-recoverable expenses due to COVID-19.

A short application will require the following information:

  1. Indicate your organization’s general programming in the community (key programs, population served, etc.)
  2. Describe the impact COVID-19 has had on immediate lost revenue or non-recoverable expenses to your organization.

This application will be considered separate from any other grant application submitted to the Foundation or United Way in 2020. No information provided in this request will influence any additional funding decisions the Foundation or United Way may be considering from your organization this year.

All funding will be unrestricted.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • Organizations must hold 501c3 nonprofit status from the IRS.
  • Organizations should be operating in Marquette County. Upper Peninsula wide grants may be possible at a later date.
  • Organizations may only submit one application for emergency funding.