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COVID-19 Response Fund

About the Fund:

Our COVID-19 Response Fund was formed to address the immediate needs our community is facing due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the pandemic continues, our community needs are greater than ever. In an effort to address the economic impact of the individuals and families in our community, we have established a response fund to ensure the dollars donated are reaching those who need it most. Donated dollars will be distributed to local nonprofit organizations providing direct resources to those being directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in our five-county service area: Carter, Johnston, Love, Marshall, and Murray.

Fund Distribution:

Donations made to the response fund will be distributed to eligible local nonprofits in Carter, Johnston, Love, Marshall, and Murray counties. Funds will be distributed in a timely manner in micro-grants of up to $500. Micro-grants will be awarded as funds become available, and disbursements will run on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Eligible Organizations:

Funding will be available for agencies with a 501(c)(3) nonprofit status providing direct relief to those impacted by COVID-19.
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Our organization relies on volunteers and donations. We emphasize broad citizen involvement and seek to provide financial, volunteer, and professional resources to effectively and efficiently meet human needs within our five counties. United Way of South Central Oklahoma exists because of the spirit of volunteerism and the support received from our dedicated donors. We believe that the job of assisting volunteers, agencies, and helping meet human and health needs is essential and worthwhile. Throughout the years, our agencies have reported serving hundreds of thousands of individuals each year, in addition to thousands of service hours given. These agencies rely on the support received annually. Every dollar counts. Every dollar matters and every donation makes a critical impact on your community, neighbors, friends, and maybe even your family.

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