Support the COVID-19 Response Fund. Learn more.
The York County Community Foundation was established in 1988 by local leaders to encourage philanthropy and secure resources to address local issues. The Foundation brings together charitable donors, community leaders and nonprofit organizations to make positive impacts throughout York County, South Carolina.
The Foundation has been awarding grants that support a wide variety of projects ranging from education programs to human services to youth initiatives. The Board of Advisors consists of local volunteers who know the community and its citizens’ needs, as well as the nonprofits, congregations and government and educational institutions responding to these needs.
The York County Community Foundation established the York County COVID-19 Response Fund to help those most in need through support to nonprofit organizations. Thanks to the following donors for establishing the fund, with total commitments of more than $175,000: The Williams/Davis Family, Springs-Close Foundation, Dehler Hart, Frances Close, Elliot Hart, The Craze Family, Springsteen Foundation, Springs Creative, Shaun Barnes, Gill Insurance, Family Trust Federal Credit Union, and Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
The initial priority is to address the immediate basic human needs of York County residents by deploying resources to trusted organizations that respond to, and are impacted by, the coronavirus outbreak. The fund responds to emerging and evolving needs.
You can help by giving today. When making your online donation below, please choose the COVID-19 Response Fund as your designation.
Grants will be awarded to York County nonprofits serving families and individuals affected by the pandemic. The York County Community Foundation Board of Advisors will assess community needs and award grants on a rolling basis.
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