COVID-19 Funds Continue to Be Distributed
Your United Way is collecting funds to support local agencies who, in turn, provide direct services to individuals in need. Funding will continue to be awarded as grants are requested and funding is available.
This funding was made possible because of the generous donations from Truist, United Way Worldwide, ONEOK Foundation, Rotary Club of Baytown, and many individuals.
|Funding Round||Agency||Grant||Purpose of Funding||Rent||Utilities Assistance||Food||Medical||Safety||Childcare|
|1||Love Network||$ 5,000.00||Assist with last $200 of rent for 22 families, $600 to be used to assist up to 6 people with prescriptions||22||6|
|Baytown Area Resource Center||$ 5,000.00||Assist clients with up to $500 for utilities per client||10|
|Bay Area Turning Point||$ 2,500.00||Assist 10 clients with basic needs (providing resources to prevent potential episodes of violence)||10|
|2||Hearts and Hands Pantry||$ 2,000.00||Facilitate a home delivery program to seniors, disabled, quarantined and home-bound persons over the next 8 weeks to serve 600 individuals.||600|
|3||Meals on Wheels||$ 3,637.75||Cover additional cost of meals @.98 daily for 58 additional individuals brought on due to
COVID-19 for 64 days
|4||Church Women United||$ 5,760.00||Provide childcare subsidy for 25 children for four weeks to assist low income families returning to work||25|
|5||Love Network||$ 5,000.00||Assist 20 with the last $200-$300 rent depending on situation. These assists will be mainly be first time.||20|
|6||Bay Area Turning Point||$ 2,500.00||Assist 10 clients with basic needs (providing resources to prevent potential episodes of violence)||10|
|7||Hearts and Hands Pantry||$2,000||Facilitate a home delivery program to seniors, disabled, quarantined and home-bound persons thru July and August to serve 1000 individuals.||1000|
|TOTAL Distributed||$ 33,397.75||Overall Results:||42||10||1658||6||20||25|