Disaster Recovery Fund for Covid-19
Tucker Community FoundationSuggest an update
Grant amount: Up to US $20,000
Fields of work: All fields of work Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid
Applicant type: Nonprofit, For-Profit Business
Funding uses: General Operating Expense, Project / Program
Location of project: Garrett County, Maryland, Counties in West Virginia: Barbour County, Grant County, Mineral County, Pocahontas County, Preston County, Randolph County, Tucker County Show all
Location of residency: Garrett County, Maryland, Counties in West Virginia: Barbour County, Grant County, Mineral County, Pocahontas County, Preston County, Randolph County, Tucker County Show allView website Save
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About Disaster Recovery Fund for Covid-19
The Tucker Community Foundation has opened its Disaster Recovery Fund in response to needs created by the Covid-19 pandemic in the communities we serve. The Foundation allocated $20,000 from its grant fund to initiate the effort.
“The Board of Directors contributed $20,000 toward the fund in an effort to provide immediate relief to small businesses and nonprofit organizations in our communities,” said Kelly Stadelman, interim executive director of the Tucker Community Foundation. “We invite other area grant makers, businesses, organizations and individuals to participate in helping with this important initiative.”
Anyone can give to the fund and 100% of the donations will be used to address the immediate needs of small businesses and nonprofit organizations. Those interested in making a tax-deductible gift can do here.
In order to address the needs that arise from Covid-19 the Tucker Community Foundation will work with local public agencies, businesses and other partners to identify those small businesses and nonprofit organizations that need immediate help. Grant applications for those who need assistance during this time will be made available starting Monday, March 30.
“Like you, all of us at the Tucker Community Foundation are thinking of the individuals, families, businesses and communities that are being impacted by Covid-19 (Coronavirus), said David Cooper, president of the Board of Directors. “While we still don’t know how this pandemic will impact our communities in the long-term, we do know that small businesses and organizations are starting to feel the strain today.
“In response, we felt it was in our community’s best interest to open our Disaster Recovery Fund. Doing so allows anyone who wants to help make a tax-deductible gift that will be used to directly address the needs of our communities, now and in the foreseeable future.”
Foundation fund holders and advisors can also recommend a grant to the Disaster Relief Fund from their donor advised fund. One hundred percent of the donations will be used to address community needs.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- The Tucker County Foundation serves Barbour, Grant, Mineral, Pocahontas, Preston, Randolph Tucker counties in West Virginia and Garrett County, Maryland.
- If you are a person who is in need, you are encouraged to reach out to the appropriate governmental and nonprofit agencies who are working to address these needs. The Tucker Community Foundation is unable to provide direct assistance to any individual but can help direct you to an organization in the community.