541-773-5339, 60 Hawthorne Street, Medford OR 97504 office@unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org

   UNITED WAY OF JACKSON COUNTY

COVID-19 FUND

(As of 5/19/2020)

37 Nonprofit Organizations received grants to help constituents. $16,470 in organizational capacity grants were awarded.

736 individuals or families have been helped. Total expended, $269,222.  The remaining categories of help are broken out below.

Housing

$140,288

 

Utilities

$48,443

 

Unhoused

$15,104

 

Transportation

$12,550

 

Childcare

$9,250

 

Mental Health

$8,300

 

Food

$4,743

 

Transitional Housing

$4,350

 

Healthcare

$3,702

 

Credit

$2,605

 

Miscellaneous

$1,965

 

Education

$1,454

 

SOCIAL SERVICE NONPROFIT PARTNERS APPLY FOR FUNDING

 

United Way of Jackson County is committed to standing with our community and supporting those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Together, we will overcome this pandemic by making sure the most vulnerable among us are protected.

We have established a fund to provide financial support to Jackson County social service nonprofits for their extra-ordinary  expenses related to Covid-19 through mini grants to local nonprofits with emergency expenses. Mini grants for individuals up to $350 and for organizational expenses up to $1,000 will be considered.

100% of the funds donated will go to this important cause

Criteria to Qualify:

  1. Your agency must be a 501(c)(3) Social Services organization.
  2. Your agency must be in good standing with the State of Oregon.

Your agency must serve clients from Jackson County, Oregon.

 

Nonprofits looking to apply for this funding can fill out this a simple application:

Social Services Application PDF

Social Services Application MS Word

 

Social Services Apply for Individuals PDF

Social Services Apply for Individuals MS Word

 

MAKE A DONATION

If you are interested in making a personal donation to help support our important local nonprofits, donate here. 100% of your donations will go to this important cause.

 

BECOME A FUNDING PARTNER

The fund began with an initial budget of $75,000, with support from The Ben B. Cheney Foundation and PacificSource. If your organization is interested in becoming a funding partner, reach out to Dee Anne Everson via email or at 541-773-5339.

 

COVID-19

NEWS

PROTECT

HEALTH

VIRUSES DON’T DISCRIMINATE

 

FOOD

AND

RESOURCES