York County COVID-19 Grants

York County COVID-19 Response Fund

June 17 Grants: $50,000

$10,000 to Adult Enrichment Center to help transfer clients to RN care

$10,000 to Community Care Café to purchase food for distribution

$3,750 to Early Learning Partnership of York County to fund the Reach Out and Read program

$4,750 to HOPE, Inc. to help clients with utility bills

$6,500 to NAMI to provide mental health support

$5,000 to The Manna House Pantry to purchase food for distribution

$5,000 to Tender Hearts Girls Home to fund food pantry items and help clients with emergency assistance

$5,000 to York School District 1 to purchase Chromebooks for students who lack access to technology

May 5 Grants: $129,500

$5,000 to Bethel Men’s Warming Center/Bethel United Methodist Church – Rock Hill to provide shelter for homeless men.

$10,000 to Children’s Attention Home to provide shelter, educational support and food security to vulnerable children.

$10,000 to Clover Area Assistance to purchase food for distribution.

$5,000 to the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen to purchase food for distribution.

$10,000 to the Fort Mill Church of God to purchase food for distribution and provide emergency financial assistance.

$10,000 to Habitat for Humanity York County to fund Financial Crisis Intervention courses for individuals experiencing financial emergencies and to provide participants with grocery store gift cards.

$10,000 to HOPE, Inc. to purchase a freezer to preserve food for distribution.

$7,000 to NAMI Piedmont Tri-County to provide mental health support.

$15,000 to PATH of York to provide emergency financial assistance to those in need.

$10,000 to Pathways Community Center to pay for staff to continue serving the homeless community.

$5,000 to Pilgrim’s Inn to purchase food for distribution.

$7,500 to the Rock Hill School District Foundation to purchase food for distribution to students.

$10,000 to The Community Cafe (His Daily Spread) to purchase food for distribution.

$5,000 to the Haven Men’s Shelter to provide shelter to those in need.

$10,000 to the Manna House Pantry to purchase food for distribution.