The Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund launched on March 20, 2020 to support nonprofits on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak. Over the course of two years, the fund united our communities in a countywide, collaborative approach to giving. Together, we helped nonprofits address the immediate effects of the pandemic, and supported the finding of solutions to build long-term strength and resiliency in our communities.
Essex County Covid-19 Response Fund Impact Report
nonprofit stories of impact
We are honored to share the stories of nonprofit systems doing critical work to support our most vulnerable neighbors every day – but especially throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope you listen to and share these stories with your friends and families. And if you are able, we urge you to GIVE to support this incredible work.
Lynn Comm. Health Center
The Center, Lawrence
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ECCF and partners award nearly $600,000 in collaborative grants At the Integrated Center for Group Medical Visits (ICGMV), a national leader in the group medical care model with strong roots in Lawrence, Dr. Jeffrey Geller, co-chair of the nonprofit, says the city...
COLUMN IN THE SALEM NEWS By Stratton Lloyd and Michelle Xiarhos Curran SEE ORIGINAL COLUMN IN THE SALEM NEWS HERE. Though the long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students is not yet fully known, what we do know – and what the early data confirms – is that...
ECCF-led virtual platform will distribute and promote region’s digital creative content Essex County’s cultural organizations and artists will soon have a powerful tool to aid in their economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to a $230,000 grant from the...
COLUMN IN THE GLOUCESTER TIMES By Stratton Lloyd and Michelle Xiarhos Curran SEE ORIGINAL COLUMN IN THE GLOUCESTER TIMES HERE. What we know and how we approach the multi-layered issue of COVID-19 vaccine access is continuously evolving. But what remains the same is...
Published in North of Boston Business March 24, 2021 By Beth Francis They were the first to close and will be among the last to fully reopen. Theaters, performance venues, live music spots, museums and galleries: they make our communities more vibrant, they...
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Carol Lavoie Schuster
Vice President for Grants & Services
(978) 777-8876 x133