Front line organizations receive support from Covid-19 Fund

May 21, 2020

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 CenterCaring 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 SELFSociety 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.