United Way of Central Illinois to
award grants to local non-profits
Grants available weekly for Sangamon,
Cass, Christian, Logan, Macoupin, Menard, Montgomery, and/or Morgan
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[August 03, 2020]
The United Way of Central
Illinois has created a COVID-19 Response Fund and since they
partnered with a community foundation, the fund will reach to
agencies in our service area!
Local nonprofits in the greater capital region of
Illinois that are serving individuals and families affected by the
coronavirus outbreak are encouraged to apply for COVID-19 Response
Fund grants by completing the online application.
Priority consideration will be given to nonprofit organizations
serving Sangamon, Cass, Christian, Logan, Macoupin, Menard,
Montgomery, and/or Morgan County.
Applications submitted by 4 P.M. on Fridays will be considered for
the next round of grants. This grant opportunity will roll over
weekly as long as needs persist and fundraising for the COVID-19
Response Fund permits.
Grants are administered in partnership with the Pandemic Community
Advisory Group consisting of funding partners and representatives
from community, health and government sectors across the
Springfield, IL region.
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The Fund cannot provide grants to individuals,
however, it does support community-based organizations that have
experience providing essential services and support to local
If you would like to read more about the fund,
To view the application,
For local information or questions contact Patti
Becker, United Way of Logan County. Phone 217-735-4499 email
The United Way of Logan County]