The DeKalb County COVID-19 Response Fund advisory committee is pleased to announce that a total of $98,180 was awarded to 23 organizations during the second round of DeKalb County COVID-19 Response Grants.
The COVID-19 Response Grant program was designed to support the needs of people in DeKalb County during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations who received funding during this second round of grantmaking include:
“We are thankful to the many fine nonprofit and public sector direct service organizations serving people in need as a result of the pandemic,” said Community Foundation Executive Director Dan Templin. “Thanks to many donors who have supported the DeKalb County COVID-19 Response Fund, including a grant from the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund and collaborative funding from the DeKalb County Community Mental Health Board which made this latest round of grants possible.
The DeKalb County COVID-19 Response Fund is a pass through fund created in March in collaboration with various local funding partners. The Fund’s purpose is to be a depository for contributions in response to the effects of COVID-19 in DeKalb County. Grants distributed can address preparedness, response, recovery, and/or rebuilding efforts as the pandemic evolves. Contributions to the Fund can be made through the Community Foundation website.
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A third formal round of grants will likely be made to support evolving needs. At that time, the COVID-19 Response Grant program will re-open and begin accepting requests with the Community Foundation releasing appropriate notice through various communication channels.
For questions related to the Fund or advisory committee, please contact Community Foundation Executive Director Dan Templin at 815-748-5383 or email@example.com. For questions related to DeKalb County COVID-19 Response Fund Grants, please contact Community Foundation Grants Director Tiffany McQueen Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.