Community Foundation of South Puget Sound and United Way of Lewis County have partnered to establish the Lewis County COVID-19 Response Fund
The Lewis County COVID-19 Response Fund was created to support nonprofit organizations that serve Lewis County residents who are being severely affected by the economic impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
United Way of Lewis County (UWLC) and the Community Foundation of South Puget Sound established the Lewis County COVID-19 Response Fund to help the most disproportionately impacted individuals and families, as well as certain organizations in our community who are serving those populations.
Together, United Way of Lewis County and the Community Foundation will gather data to identify emerging needs as well as gaps in existing services. We will work to rapidly mobilize and deploy resources to local organizations that are providing services and support to the people who are most vulnerable to the economic impacts of COVID-19 in Lewis County.
THANK YOU TO LEWIS COUNTY FUNDING PARTNERS INCLUDING:
Community Foundation of South Puget Sound, United Way of Lewis County, Althauser Rayan Abbarno, City of Centralia, Wagner Orthodontics, Premera Blue Cross, Wells Fargo, Port Blakely, WSECU, Puget Sound Energy, Perigee Fund
LEWIS COUNTY GRANTEES:
Lewis County Seniors, Boys and Girls Club of Chehalis, Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason, and Thurston Counties
Please direct inquiries to:
Mindie Reule, President and CEO, Community Foundation of South Puget Sound
Make a Secure Online Donation
Individual and corporate gifts can also be made by mail to:
Mail in your donation to:
Community Foundation of South Puget Sound
212 Union Ave SE, Suite 102
Olympia, WA 98501
Please make check payable to Community Foundation of South Puget Sound and include "Community Resilience Fund" in the check’s memo line.