Schuylkill United Way has launched the
Schuylkill COVID-19 Response Fund to support local nonprofit organizations serving our most vulnerable neighbors.
Special thanks to John E. Morgan Foundation for providing a $100,000 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to Bob & Sue Weaver Family and Bob Weaver Auto and families for providing a $100,000 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to PPL Foundation for providing a $20,000 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to Mrs. T’s Pierogies for providing a $10,000 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to M&T Bank Charitable Foundation for providing a $5,000 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to McGriff Insurance/Westfield for providing a $5,000 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to Truist Foundation for providing a $2,600 contribution to the fund.
Special thanks to the Captain Jason Jones Memorial Fund for providing a $2,000 contribution to the fund.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Schuylkill COVID-19 Response Fund will provide flexible resources to health and human service organizations across Schuylkill County to provide essential aid to those most impacted by the pandemic. Schuylkill County will also benefit from ensuring vital community-based organizations are sustained through this crisis and the aftermath.
The funds will be directed to the highest priority needs based on gaps created from loss of work and shortfalls in government support.
Funding decisions will be made by local people (professionals and volunteers) who have experience evaluating critical needs and distributing funds. Funding decisions will be approved by the Board of Directors of the Schuylkill United Way.
Yes. All funds raised will go to nonprofits in Schuylkill County.
Schuylkill United Way is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please email email@example.com for an official receipt.
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