8 More Evansville-Area Nonprofits Receive COVID-19 Relief Funds

Seven nonprofit organizations in Evansville and one in New Harmony received nearly $300,000 combined in the COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region's 13th round of allocations.

Posted: Feb 26, 2021 10:10 AM

The COVID-19 Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region said Friday that it had awarded its 13th round of allocations, granting nearly $300,000 to all eight nonprofit organizations that applied.

As part of the 13th round of allocations, the Salvation Army Evansville was awarded $125,000 to continue providing COVID-19 emergency financial assistance focusing on rent/mortgage, utilities, and other critical living needs.

Additionally, Salvation Army Evansville received a commitment from the Divisional Office to match up to $125,000. The Response Fund says the grant will allow them to receive the full match. 

Here's a full list of organizations that received funding in the 13th round of allocations:

  • Albion Fellows Bacon Center – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $35,000
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $47,000
  • Chemo Buddies – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $21,500
  • Downtown Evansville Community Development Corp. – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $34,000
  • Isaiah 117 House – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $5,000
  • Mental Health America of Vanderburgh County – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $17,200
  • New Harmony Ministry Association, Inc. – New Harmony, Indiana
    • Awarded $15,000
  • The Salvation Army – Evansville, Indiana
    • Awarded $125,000

In total, the Response Fund has now distributed more than $2.9 million to nonprofit organizations in its five-county region.


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