Cayuga County COVID-19 FUND Grants

Report to the Community: 2020

(as of 7/31/2020)

The Cayuga Community Fund partnered with United Way of Cayuga County to support organizations serving Cayuga County residents.

Auburn Rescue Mission $15,000 Supply food, household items and financial support to families in need
Auburn YMCA-WEIU $8,640 Provide safe, socially-distant transport for campers
Booker T. Washington Community Center $650 Provide properly packaged food for local residents
Cayuga Centers $2,000 Provide masks and face shields for employees to use during home visits and trauma interventions
Cayuga Community Health Network $2,608 Provide farmworkers with wellness kits and information about COVID-19 in English and Spanish
Cayuga County Homsite Development Corporation $10,000 Offer low- and moderate-income renters and homeowners funds for emergency rent and home repairs
Central New York TomatoFest $18,000 Partner with other organizations to bring food to residents of Cayuga County
Food Bank of Central New York $1,320 Create emergency food boxes to be distributed by Cayuga County’s Office for the Aging
Mozaic (Formerly ARC of Seneca-Cayuga) $10,000 Supply employees with PPE and cleaning supplies as they provide aid to Cayuga County residents
Peachtown Elementary School $6,000 Offer a virtual tutor/study buddy program which pairs Wells education majors with families in need of educational support; hire a consultant to develop a vibrant and effective online learning structure
Perform 4 Purpose $3,300 Purchase media equipment, sanitizing material for performers and instruments and a no-contact infrared thermometer
Public Broadcasting Council of CNY (WCNY) $5,000 Broadcast TV Classroom Network, which offers Pre-K to 12th grade instruction in key academic subjects by teachers who are helping children learn from home
Transportation Project for Cayuga County $3,807 Transport senior and disabled citizens of Cayuga County to medical appointments and groceries
Unity House of Cayuga County $700 Provide phone cards for clients to participate in telehealth sessions, online classes and check-in meetings

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