Covid 19 Grant Archive

In partnership with local funders, the SouthCoast Community Foundation, has established the SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund. Read our COVID-19 Impact Report.

Past Grant Announcements

JULY 2020: SEVENTH & EIGHTH ROUND OF GRANTS

The seventh and eighth round of grants from the Fund was made possible through the Community Foundation’s partnership with the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund supports those across the state most impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis, focusing on essential front line workers and vulnerable populations including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food insecurity. The Fund works in concert with regional community foundations and nonprofit leaders who partner with local leaders to understand the response and relief landscape, strategically filling in where gaps are pronounced. For more information, visit MACovid19ReliefFund.org.

The seventh and eighth round of grants totaling $1.26 million is for non-profit organizations in our region serving vulnerable populations, including the homeless, immigrant families, and those facing food insecurity.

Details of each grantee’s work can be found listed below.

Grantees:

JUNE 2020: SIXTH ROUND OF GRANTS

This sixth round of grants from the Fund was made possible through the Community Foundation’s partnership with the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund supports those across the state most impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis, focusing on essential front line workers and vulnerable populations including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food insecurity. The Fund works in concert with regional community foundations and nonprofit leaders who partner with local leaders to understand the response and relief landscape, strategically filling in where gaps are pronounced. For more information, visit MACovid19ReliefFund.org.

This sixth round of grants totaling $740,000 is for non-profit organizations in our region serving essential frontline workers and vulnerable populations, including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food insecurity.

Details of each grantee’s work can be found listed below.

Grantees:

JUNE 2020: FIFTH ROUND OF GRANTS

This fifth round of grants from the Fund was made possible through the Community Foundation’s partnership with the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund supports those across the state most impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis, focusing on essential front line workers and vulnerable populations including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food insecurity. The Fund works in concert with regional community foundations and nonprofit leaders who partner with local leaders to understand the response and relief landscape, strategically filling in where gaps are pronounced. For more information, visit MACovid19ReliefFund.org.

This fifth round of grants totaling $725,000 is for non-profit organizations in our region serving essential frontline workers and vulnerable populations, including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food insecurity.

Details of each grantee’s work can be found listed below. 

Grantees:

MAY 2020: FOURTH ROUND OF GRANTS

This fourth round of grants from the Fund was made possible through the Community Foundation’s partnership with the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund supports those across the state most impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis, focusing on essential front line workers and vulnerable populations including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food insecurity. The Fund works in concert with regional community foundations and non-profit leaders who partner with local leaders to understand the response and relief landscape, strategically filling in where gaps are pronounced. For more information, visit MACovid19ReliefFund.org.

This fourth round of grants totaling $665,000 is for nonprofits providing significant emergency support for financial needs occurring in immigrant households, emergency childcare facilities, and for local college students in need.

Details of each grantee’s work can be found listed below. Grants ranging from $5,000 to $110,000 were distributed to the following organizations:

Grantees:

MAY 2020: THIRD ROUND OF GRANTS

This third round of grants from the Fund was made possible through the Community Foundation’s partnership with the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund supports those across the state most impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis, focusing on essential frontline workers and vulnerable populations including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food security. The Fund works in concert with regional community foundations and non-profit leaders who partner with local leaders to understand the response and relief landscape, strategically filling in where gaps are pronounced. For more information, visit MACovid19ReliefFund.org.

This third round of grants totaling $360,000 is for nonprofits operating within the Taunton, Attleboro and Plymouth region working in the areas of food insecurity and support for immigrants, essential front line workers, families and individuals with disabilities.

Details of each grantee’s work funded by the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund can be found listed below (*). Grants ranging from $1,000 to $50,000 were distributed to the following organizations:

Grantees:

APRIL 2020: SECOND ROUND OF GRANTS
This second round of grants from the Fund was made possible, in part, through the Community Foundation’s partnership with the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund.The Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund supports those across the state most impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis, focusing on essential frontline workers and vulnerable populations including the homeless, immigrant populations, people with disabilities and those facing food security. The Fund works in concert with regional community foundations and non-profit leaders who partner with local leaders to understand the response and relief landscape, strategically filling in where gaps are pronounced. For more information, visit MACovid19ReliefFund.org

The second-round of grants totaling $325,000 has focused on the increased challenge of food security and to strengthen those health organizations working with our most vulnerable populations. Together, these organizations help deliver vital services and share a commitment to serve their community.

Details of each grantee’s work funded by the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund can be found listed below (*). Grants for general operating support ranging from $1,000 to $50,000 were distributed to the following organizations:

Grantees:

MARCH 2020: FIRST ROUND OF GRANTS

The first-round of grants totaling $325,000 covered a range of issues and needs including: food security, elder services, immigrant support, homeless and support for front line medical care providers.

The grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 will be completely unrestricted, thus allowing the leadership of these organizations to determine their best use in response to the pandemic. The grantees range from local food pantries to social service organizations serving our community. Details of each grantee’s work can be found below, and we encourage you to consider supporting them directly.

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