COVID-19 IMPACT2020-05-26T10:27:20-04:00
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MILLION DOLLARS RAISED
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DOLLARS GIVEN BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
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AGENCIES SERVED

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The United Way of St. Joseph County COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund was launched on March 17 to meet the short term, immediate needs of individuals and families that have been impacted by COVID-19 as well as the long term impacts that have yet to be seen. The Fund will provide not-for-profit partners with critical aid to keep their doors open and vital services in-tact.

We are working with our network of experts to direct the funds effectively and quickly, all while making sure we are able to support the community throughout the entirety of this crisis. Once the pandemic is under control, the economic impact on individuals and families will continue. We are working to ensure that funding can keep-pace. United Way remains focused on both the immediate and long-term stability of individuals and families, as well as the not-for-profit partners who are working tirelessly to meet the growing needs in this unprecedented time.

Allocations from the Fund reflect critical needs ranging from food access, housing, healthcare and more, and will be released on a rolling basis throughout the outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis, making it possible to move resources quickly in response to the evolving impact. Below you can find the current breakdown of fund distribution.

FUNDING TOWARD FOOD RESOURCES

  • Broadway Christian Parish Pantry: $3,000

  • Clay Church Food Pantry: $5,000

  • Cultivate Culinary: $50,000

  • Downtown Soup Kitchen: $3,000

  • First Unitarian Church of South Bend: $500

  • Goodwill Industries: $15,000

  • Hand 2 Hand Food Pantry: $300

  • Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry: $5,000

  • Keller Park Church Pantry: $1,000

  • Meat Hunger: $10,000

  • Mishawaka Food Pantry: $7,500

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities: $5,250

  • Salvation Army: $20,000

  • St. Joe Health System: $6,000

  • St. Margaret’s House: $10,000

  • St. Vincent de Paul Society: $30,000

  • Transformation Ministries: $4,000

  • Unity Gardens: $2,500

FUNDING TOWARD HOUSING RESOURCES

  • Catholic Charities: $15,000

  • Hope Ministries: $10,000

  • Imani & Unidad: $15,500

  • Life Treatment Center: $5,000

  • South Bend Heritage Foundation: $13,000

  • United Religious Community: $2,000

  • Upper Room Recovery: $10,000

  • YWCA of North Central Indiana: $20,000

FUNDING TOWARD SUSTAINING SERVICES 

  • Center for the Homeless: $75,000

  • Corvilla: $10,000

  • Hope Ministries: $50,000

  • La Casa de Amistad: $26,000

  • Life Treatment Centers: $5,000

  • Logan Community Resources: $50,000

  • Youth Service Bureau: $10,000

  • YWCA of North Central Indiana: $20,000

FUNDING TOWARD CHILDCARE & HEALTHCARE RESOURCES 

  • Beacon Health Foundation: $12,000

  • Family and Children’s Center: $10,000

  • HealthLinc: $10,000

  • Oaklawn: $50,000

DONORS

FOUNDATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS: 

1st Source Foundation, Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, Garatoni Smith Family Foundation, Meijer, Schurz Communications Foundation, TRUIST Foundation, University of Notre Dame, Vera Z Dwyer Charitable Trust, PNC Bank and 2 anonymous major-gifts.

INDIVIDUAL DONORS: 

A total of 64 individual gifts have been made to the COVID-19 Response Fund.

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MILLION DOLLARS RAISED
0
DOLLARS GIVEN BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
0
AGENCIES SERVED

The United Way of St. Joseph County COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund was launched on March 17 to meet the short term, immediate needs of individuals and families that have been impacted by COVID-19 as well as the long term impacts that have yet to be seen. The Fund will provide not-for-profit partners with critical aid to keep their doors open and vital services in-tact.

We are working with our network of experts to direct the funds effectively and quickly, all while making sure we are able to support the community throughout the entirety of this crisis. Once the pandemic is under control, the economic impact on individuals and families will continue. We are working to ensure that funding can keep-pace. United Way remains focused on both the immediate and long-term stability of individuals and families, as well as the not-for-profit partners who are working tirelessly to meet the growing needs in this unprecedented time.

Allocations from the Fund reflect critical needs ranging from food access, housing, healthcare and more, and will be released on a rolling basis throughout the outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis, making it possible to move resources quickly in response to the evolving impact. Below you can find the current breakdown of fund distribution.

FUNDING TOWARD FOOD RESOURCES

  • Broadway Christian Parish Pantry: $3,000

  • Clay Church Food Pantry: $5,000

  • Cultivate Culinary: $50,000

  • Downtown Soup Kitchen: $3,000

  • First Unitarian Church of South Bend: $500

  • Goodwill Industries: $15,000

  • Hand 2 Hand Food Pantry: $300

  • Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry: $5,000

  • Keller Park Church Pantry: $1,000

  • Meat Hunger: $10,000

  • Mishawaka Food Pantry: $7,500

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities: $5,250

  • Salvation Army: $20,000

  • St. Joe Health System: $6,000

  • St. Margaret’s House: $10,000

  • St. Vincent de Paul Society: $10,000

  • Transformation Ministries: $4,000

  • Unity Gardens: $2,500

FUNDING TOWARD HOUSING RESOURCES

  • Catholic Charities: $15,000

  • Hope Ministries: $10,000

  • Imani & Unidad: $15,500

  • Life Treatment Centers: $5,000

  • South Bend Heritage Foundation: $13,000

  • United Religious Community: $2,000

  • Upper Room Recovery: $10,000

  • YWCA of North Central Indiana: $20,000

FUNDING TOWARD SUSTAINING SERVICES 

  • Center for the Homeless: $75,000

  • Corvilla: $10,000

  • Hope Ministries: $50,000

  • La Casa de Amistad: $26,000

  • Life Treatment Centers: $5,000

  • Logan Community Resources: $50,000

  • Youth Service Bureau: $10,000

  • YWCA of North Central Indiana: $20,000

CHILDCARE & HEALTHCARE RESOURCES

  • Beacon Health Foundation: $12,000

  • Family and Children’s Center: $10,000

  • HealthLinc: $10,000

  • Oaklawn: $50,000

DONORS

FOUNDATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS: 

1st Source Foundation, Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, Garatoni Smith Family Foundation, Meijer, Schurz Communications Foundation, TRUIST Foundation, University of Notre Dame, Vera Z Dwyer Charitable Trust, PNC Bank and 2 anonymous major-gifts.

INDIVIDUAL DONORS: 

A total of 64 individual gifts have been made to the COVID-19 Response Fund.

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