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THE NATIONAL COUNCIL ON AGING COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESPONSE FUND

WHATFunding grants for organizations that are helping serve older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WHYTo raise donations that will help seniors stay safe and healthy in their own homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WHERENational Council on Aging. (NCOA)
The Pfizer Foundation. USA.


Program Description


“…we are prioritizing community-based organizations serving older adults disproportionately suffering from the COVID-19 crisis.”

“As the impact of COVID-19 continues to grow, so does the scale of the response. Our goal for the first iteration of this fund is to raise $5 million. But our work will not stop there. We intend to continue raising monies in order to transform the aging network and how we support older adults.”

-ncoa.org

The National Council on Aging COVID-19 Community Response Fund raises and distributes funds through donations to  support organizations providing high-quality senior support services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Funding is distributed to senior support organizations and will be prioritized by geographic areas most affected by the health, economic, and social impacts of COVID-19.

The National Council on Aging COVID-19 Community Response Fund donations will be used to help the elderly by:
  • Supporting operating needs of organizations serving older adults hardest hit by COVID-19.
  • Transitioning organizations to remote operations and protect employees with personal protective equipment. (PPE)
  • Providing food delivery and essential services for older adults in the community.
  • Ensuring that organizations can address the social isolation, health, and financial needs of older adults.
    source:ncoa.com
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