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Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response fund releases fifth round of grants for Cleveland organizations

The fund has now donated over $3 million in the past several weeks.

CLEVELAND — They’ve done it again. 

The Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund released their list of organizations receiving grants to assist them during the Coronavirus pandemic. 

This week, the fund contributed $498,000 to 11 organizations in Cuyahoga, Geauga, and Lake counties. 

Some of the recipients include: Family Promise of Greater Cleveland, the Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland, Malachi House, and WomenSafe Inc. 

Each week, the group donates to places around Northeast Ohio that specialize in providing food, housing, and health services to Ohioans. 

Contributions to the fund have reached more than $8 million from partners individual donations. They welcome donations and support of all sizes though. To help out, visit ClevelandFoundation.org/Response

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