Second round of grants distributed from Wabash Valley COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – The United Way of the Wabash Valley and the Wabash Valley Community Foundation announced the second round of funding from the Wabash Valley COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund on Thursday.

Grants totaling $96,810 were distributed to the following organizations:

· $3,000 for Annunciation St. Vincent de Paul Society in Clay County – increased need for food pantry

· $5,000 for Brown Bagger School Food Program in Sullivan County– increased need for food

· $5,000 for CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center – sustain operational expenses during closure

· $5,000 for Children’s Bureau, Inc. – increased need in rent, utility and other basic needs assistance for families

· $5,000 for Clay County YMCA – increased need for food distribution program

· $2,880 for FSA Counseling, Inc. – provide equipment for telehealth needs

· $2,000 for Manna from Seven, Inc. – increased need for food

· $5,000 for Meals on Wheels – increased need for food delivery service

· $5,000 for Next Step Foundation – scholarships for 10 residents to sustain the residential treatment services

· $5,000 for Reach Services – utility assistance for Rapid Rehousing Program and Independent Living Program

· $3,000 for Samaritan Food Pantry – St. Joseph University Parish – increased need for food pantry

· $5,000 for Salvaged Lives Life Center – sustain residential sober living/life center facility

· $3,600 for St. Benedict Soup Kitchen – cover added expenses to distribute meals to go

· $5,000 for Sullivan County Humane Society – sustain operations of facility

· $4,830 for The Avenues, Inc. – sustain residential recovery program

· $5,000 for Terre Haute Boys and Girls Club – sustain operational expenses during closure

· $5,000 for Terre Haute Humane Society – sustain operational expenses during closure to the public

· $5,000 for Valley Professional Community Health Center – provide equipment for telehealth needs and personal protective equipment

· $5,000 for Wabash Valley Family Sports Center – sustain operational expenses during closing

· $5,000 for Wabash Valley Teen Challenge – sustain residential program

· $5,000 for West Side Christian Church – increased demand for food and supplies

To learn more about the relief fund or how you can help, click here.

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