Childcare, rent and housing assistance, personal protective equipment.
These are a few needs non-profits are able to provide because of funding they recently received.
The Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William distributed $1 million to 12 non-profits, according to a release from Prince William County.
Prince William County set aside the funding, which is from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
These are the non-profits that received CARES Act funding:
- Carried to Full Term
- Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Children’s Intervention Services
- Debre Medhanit Eyesus Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church
- First Home Alliance
- Formed Families Forward
- Kuma Foundation
- Legal Services of Northern Virginia
- New Creatures in Christ Ministries
- Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS)
- Potomac Valley Church of Christ
- The Arc of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT
- Unity in the Community
The Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William also distributed a total of $950,000 to 14 non-profits in CARES Act funding in August.
More information about The Prince William Area Disaster Fund can be found on the Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William website.