In response to the ongoing needs created by the pandemic, United Way of Racine County (UWRC) launched new opportunities for local nonprofits to request support and for community members to get involved. Through the UWRC COVID Relief project, local nonprofits received funding to help navigate programming and other essential operations throughout the pandemic.
These efforts were the second phase of pandemic response efforts led by United Way of Racine County.
COVID Relief in Action:
In 2020, volunteers assembled 8,400 single-use face masks through the Stay Safe, Wear a Mask campaign. The masks were distributed to local nonprofits.
From its creation in April 2020 to its close in August 2020, Community Cares distributed $148,395 in grants to 27 organizations.
To date, over $60,000 in funds has been distributed to local nonprofits through the UWRC COVID Relief Fund.
To learn more about the first phase of COVID relief, Community Cares, see the full report below.
To learn more about the second phase of COVID relief, the UWRC COVID Relief Fund, see the full report below.
United Way of Racine County, in partnership with the City of Racine and Racine County, has compiled a list of various resources available for Racine County residents.
See this list of vaccination sites in Racine County.
Visit the DHS website for a list of COVID testing sites.