Front line organizations receive support from Covid-19 Fund
The Butler County COVID-19 Response Fund has granted nearly $450,000 to 28 organizations with a focus on directly assisting those in need including families, seniors and the homeless. The Hamilton Community Foundation Donor Advisors have also granted an additional $178,000 directly to local agencies.
COVID-19 Response Fund grantees to date include:
Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton • Boys and Girls Club of West Chester Liberty • Butler County Educational Service Center• Caring Partners International, Inc.• Community First Solutions • Community Health Alliance • Easterseals • Fairfield Food Pantry • Oxford Family Resource Center • Hamilton Dream Center • Hamilton Young People Empowered (HYPE)• Lighthouse Food Pantry • Military Veterans Resource Center • Neighborhood Housing Services of Hamilton • New Life Mission • Open Door Food Pantry • People United for Self Help • People Working Cooperatively, Inc. • Primary Health Solutions • Princeton Pike Church of God • Salvation Army Hamilton • SELF• Society of St. Vincent de Paul Hamilton • St. Joseph Orphanage • The Emergency Money Fund of Hamilton • The Sanctuary Covenant Christian Fellowship • Village Food Pantry • Women Helping Women.
The Butler County Covid-19 Fund is a collaboration between the Hamilton Community Foundation and the Butler County United Way along with the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.