Grants from United Way and Community Foundation’s Henderson County COVID-19 Response Fund have been supporting essential services for economically vulnerable populations during these challenging times. A weekly drive-through of free diapers and formula pick-up, mental health services for local children and youth, rent and utility assistance and weekly food deliveries to homebound seniors are just a few of the important services being funded from the COVID-19 Response Fund. Read more here.

Additional grants were awarded on May 21, 2020. Click here to review grant recipients and allocations.


The United Way and Community Foundation have announced the recipients of the second round of relief grants from the COVID-19 Response Fund.

Grants were awarded Thursday morning to nine Henderson County organizations, totaling $64,000.

This brings the awards from this special fund to $127,000 for 20 organizations since the Henderson County COVID-19 Response Fund was first established on March 20.

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The Henderson County COVID-19 Response Fund has been established to rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations helping those impacted by the pandemic.

Officials from the United Way of Henderson County and the Community Foundation of Henderson County announced the initiative Friday. Read more.

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