Illinois COVID-19 response fund distributes $6.275M to nonprofits


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Wednesday the Illinois COVID-19 response fund announced additional funding for 31 nonprofits across the State of Illinois.

Over $6M in additional funding will be dispersed to 31 nonprofits across the State of Illinois to help individuals, families and communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The fund was established by the United Way of Illinois and the Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations along with the Governor’s office. 

Over 2,800 donors have raised $30.5M since March 26th.

Here’s a link to the organizations receiving funding.


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