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COVID-19 Relief Recovery 2 Awardees CA Wildfire Relief Information

COVID-19 Relief Recovery 2 Awardees

The Community Foundation for San Benito County, in partnership with United Way of San Benito County, is happy to announce our COVID Relief Recovery 2 Grant Awardees. This granting cycle was made possible with funding of $415,000 from San Benito County. Thank you San Benito County for entrusting CFFSBC AND UWSBC with this Covid Granting opportunity.

For more information and a list of the awardees, click HERE.

Aid for Afghanistan

Across Afghanistan, thousands of civilians have been killed and hundreds of thousands have been forced from their homes. In efforts to support the citizens and those attempting to flee the country, Global Giving has created the Afghanistan Emergency Fund. Your donation will go to vetted nonprofits working in the region, as well as those working to help Afghan refugees. For more information, click the button below.

CA Wildfire Relief Information

Today, more than 15,300 firefighters remain on the frontlines of 16 active large wildfires that have burned more than 1.92 million acres. Currently, the Dixie and Caldor Fires are the two largest fires that are uncontained. For more information on ways to support containment efforts, click HERE.

Hurricane Ida Relief Information

In response to the devastation inflicted by Hurricane Ida on communities in Louisiana and neighboring states, SVCF has assembled a list of nonprofit organizations that are providing relief to residents in the region. These local and national agencies are monitoring the needs of local residents affected by Hurricane Ida and its aftermath. You can see this list HERE.

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