Danvers, MA — Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) announced today that it has awarded the third round of grants from its Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund (the Fund), established in March to support nonprofits on the frontlines of the pandemic response in Essex County.
Danvers, MA — In the first week of the Coronavirus crisis, Massachusetts’ nonprofit cultural organizations reported a loss of $55.7 million from event cancellations, layoffs, and venue closures. As this health crisis continues, the future of these organizations – which helps bring our communities to life – is becoming direr. Today, to support the nonprofits that inspire and lift us up, Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) is announcing the creation of the Essex County Creative Nonprofit Resiliency Grant Program (the program).
Danvers, MA – Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF), which has long supported arts and culture through our Creative County Initiative (CCI), is responding to the severe challenges artists and cultural nonprofits are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The first is what the foundation expects will be a series of solutions for the creative community that focuses on direct support for our region’s artists. And you can help.
Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) announced today that its Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund (the fund) has awarded the first round of grants, totaling $317,000, to 35 nonprofits on the front lines of the COVID-19 health crisis and serving the most vulnerable populations in our region.
To support community-based organizations on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak response, Essex County Community Foundation has announced the creation of the Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund.
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We are in the midst of a community health crisis, and we want you to know that Essex County Community Foundation is committed not only to doing our part to help mitigate the unique challenges that arise during this time but also to ensuring that regular operations at the Foundation continue as expected. While our physical office is closed to respect social distancing, our staff is still connected and working remotely.
The ECCF you see today is made up of 230 charitable funds – a family of thoughtful and conscientious fundholders that care deeply about our region – and grants $7.7 million annually to nonprofit organizations on the front lines of social change and students that will help shape the course of our future.
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