MANKATO—The Community Response Fund (CRF) announces its next round of grants totaling $9,000 to two community organizations. These grants were awarded in response to the short-term emergency needs of nonprofits throughout our region due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
With the new grants included, the CRF has distributed a total of $182,450 to regional tax-exempt organizations since the fund launched March 20. View the full list to date at www.MankatoUnitedWay.org/community-response-fund.
The CRF will continue to grant funds on a rolling basis. If you are an organization and have questions about applying, please contact Sarah Beiswanger at [email protected].
The following community organizations received funding:
- Partners for Affordable Housing for personal hygiene and sanitation items, rental fees, hotel vouchers, additional staffing, and technology items.
- Salvation Army for housing and emergency assistance.
About the Community Response Fund
Established through the Greater Mankato Area United Way and Mankato Area Foundation, this fund is designed to respond swiftly in support of organizations that are serving the escalating needs of our communities affected by COVID-19. To learn more about the Community Response Fund, please visit https://www.mankatoareafoundation.com/programs-and-initiatives/community-response-fund or https://www.mankatounitedway.org/community-response-fund.