Oswego County COVID-19 Fund Grants

(as of 7/31/2020)

The Oswego County Community Foundation partnered with United Way Greater Oswego County and the Richard S. Shineman Foundation to support organizations serving Oswego County residents.

Arc of Oswego $7,500 Purchase laptops or tablets that will be loaned to clients for participation in telehealth sessions
Catholic Charities of Oswego County $5,000 Assemble bags with items such as games and art supplies for delivery to families throughout Oswego County
Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County $9,100 Provide enhanced mental health and support services
Donald McFee Memorial Ambulance Service $2,000 Purchase equipment and medical supplies needed to treat patients
Farnham Family Services $10,000 Implement a remote workforce including laptops, hotspots, licenses and cell phones
Fulton City School District $2,500 Distribute basic household cleaning supplies and family activities to promote and sustain physical, social and emotional wellness
Fulton Family YMCA $22,000 Provide affordable child care and host a call center which allows YMCA staff to call and connect with members who are affected by the pandemic
Fulton Public Library $500 Purchase PPE and cleaning supplies for employees and guests
Hannibal Resource Center $1,200 Purchase freezers to support increased food distribution to residents of the Hannibal community
Kristina’s House of Hope  $5,000 Purchase emergency shelter supplies for women who are displaced or are struggling with drug and/or alcohol dependency in Oswego County
Mexico Food Pantry – Saint Anne Mother of Mary Catholic Church $3,000 Provide the community with needed food
Oswego Health Foundation $30,750 Purchase rapid-result COVID-19 test units, provide individuals with mental health support, create a new workstation to enable in-house COVID-19 diagnostic testing and support its Mobile Crisis Team
Oswego Industries $3,000 Produce large amounts of cotton masks and gowns for local healthcare providers, including Menter Ambulance and Oswego Health
Oswego YMCA $45,602 Provide emergency child care and meals for children of essential workers
The Phoenix Area Food Pantry $2,500 Distribute food items to community members
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
The Salvation Army $6,800 Offer pre-packed food boxes and grab and go lunches for Oswego residents
Victory Transformation $3,947 Provide shelter care, meals and masks for individuals who are living in homelessness or have addiction issues

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