January 5, 2021 — The City of Boston this week announced it granted $1,675,000 to more than six dozen local nonprofits – $780,000 to 39 organizations providing food and health care access in connection with the coronavirus pandemic, and $885,000 to 34 organizations for youth development and violence prevention programming.
Boston Resiliency Fund Grants $780K for COVID-19 Relief
The City of Boston yesterday announced that its Boston Resiliency Fund recently granted $780, to 39 organizations in Boston, serving communities by increasing food and health care access, supporting individuals facing homelessness and assisting seniors related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The Boston Resiliency Fund has been an essential provider to Boston nonprofits, building a network of support to help the most vulnerable Bostonians. The organizations granted have been vital to ensuring those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are supported," said Mayor Martin J. Walsh.
Of organizations receiving this 27th round of funding from the Fund since its launch last year, the city said 51% are led by a person of color and 64% are led by a woman.
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