COVID-19 Emergency Fund Application

United Way is now accepting grant applications for our 2nd wave of COVID Funding. We’re focusing on addressing basic needs in Howard and Tipton counties and have identified the following as qualifying needs: Early Childhood Education, Rent and Utility Assistance, Transportation, Substance Abuse, Mental Health and PPE Supplies.

The Boys and Girls Club of Tipton County was awarded $1,500.

Bona Vista Programs was awarded $4,500. 

Advantage Housing was awarded $15,000.

Area 5 Adult Guardianship VASAI Program was awarded $2,550.

Gilead House was awarded $16,750.

Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry was awarded $10,000.

Bridges Outreach was awarded $40,000.

 Carver Community Center was awarded $20,000.

 Kokomo Art Association was awarded $1,000.

 Kokomo Humane Society was awarded $2500

Kokomo Rescue Mission was awarded $5,000.

Living Alternatives Pregnancy Resource Center was awarded $9,844,

Samaritan Caregivers was awarded $8,000 .

Turning Point Systems of Care was awarded $15,000.

The Family Service Association of Howard County was awarded $3,000.

Coordinated Assistance Ministries (CAM) was awarded $1,000.

Samaritan Caregivers was awarded another $5,000.

 Taylor Community School Corporation was awarded $9,500.

 Tipton Community Schools was awarded $5,000.

Tipton Elementary School was awarded $10,298.70.

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