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United Way of Greater Fall River issues over $150,000 in grants concerning COVID-19

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United Way of Greater Fall River announces the first round of grants distributed from its United We Help Greater Fall River COVID-19 Relief Fund. In this funding cycle, $151,100 has been released to non-profit 501c3 organizations working with individuals who are disproportionately impacted by the economic consequences of this outbreak.

The United We Help Greater Fall River COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide immediate crisis support such as food, shelter, utilities and basic need items for individuals, families and other vulnerable populations who suffer hardship and inequities as a direct result of COVID-19.

The following organizations have received funding.

Mass 2-1-1
Samaritans of FR/NB
Citizens for Citizens
Thomas Chew Boys & Girls Club
Family Service Association
SSTAR Women’s Center
St. Mary’s Cathedral Food Pantry
Fall River Deaconess Home
East Bay Community Action Program
Fly Foundation
Greater Fall River Community Food Pantry
SER-Jobs for Progress
Southeast Center for Independent Living
People Inc
Steppingstone
Hearts of Hope
Portuguese Assembly of God Food Pantry
Angel’s Anonymous Food Pantry
SSTAR Health Care Mobile Market
Bristol Community College Mobile Market
Christ the Rock- Assembly of God Food Pantry
Church of Our Savior- Hagerman Food Pantry
First Baptist Church Food Pantry
Gates of Hope- Food Pantry
Sacred Heart- Holy Name Food Pantry
Saint Anne’s Food Pantry
Salvation Army Food Pantry
Veteran’s Association of Bristol County Food Pantry
Westport Food Pantry
YMCA Fall River Mobile Market
Little Compton Food Bank

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