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Posted on: April 21, 2020

GSCPHN COVID-19 Awards

The following organizations have been granted awards through the GSCPHN COVID-19 Community Assistance Funds, with a total of of $85,591.39 awarded so far.

OrganizationFunding PurposeAmount Approved
Baby Steps Family Assistance
To help meet increased needs for baby-related items for families in Greater Sullivan County.
$3,000.00
Charlestown Community Garden
To support increased food demands and access for farming sustainability.$2,677.67
Claremont Community Dental
To support safe dental practices related to COVID-19.$12,265.60
Claremont Senior Center
To assist in the gap of revenue while re-creating its business model to adapt to loss of revenue from senior game activities.$4,345.00
Claremont Soup Kitchen
To help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially community dinners to-go).$5,000.00
Got Lunch! Newport
To help meet increased needs for food-related services for students and families in Newport.$900.00
Headrest
To support increased demands of telehealth for patients.$6,000.00
Kearsarge Council on Aging - Chapin Center
To help vulnerable seniors stay home safely, via home delivered meals, pet food deliveries, safe food packaging, support for volunteers and with safe transportation to and from necessary appointments.$3,200.00
Kearsarge Food Hub
To help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially cold-storage needs).$7,091,76
Kearsarge Kares
To help meet increased needs for food-related services for Kearsarge Students on the weekends.$1,300.00
Kearsarge Lake Sunapee Community Food Pantry
To help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially cold-storage needs).$6,200.00
Lake Sunapee VNA and Hospice
To offset costs of technology.$5,000.00
Maple Manor
To help vulnerable seniors stay home safely, via home delivered meals, errand delivery and increased communications with residents.$3,000.00
ServiceLink
To help staff conduct appointments with clients "face-to-face."$1,544.97
Southwestern Community Services
To help local organizations accessing direct client relief for needs related to COVID-19 and increased cleaning needs for shelter residents.$6,000.00
Sullivan County Humane Society
To support increased demands of pet surrenders and need for families to access the pet food pantry.$1,200.00
Sullivan County Nutrition
To help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially cold-storage needs).$4,619.00
The Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce
To offset operational costs due to fundraising and membership losses.$1,144.00
TLC Family Resource CenterTo help home visitors conduct appointments with clients "face-to-face" and develop a hybrid meeting space for in-person and virtual recovery meetings.$3,331.98
Valley Court Diversion
To help staff conduct appointments with clients "face-to-face."$299.98
West Central Behavioral HealthTo support increased demands of telehealth for patients and protective equipment for clinicians still providing services in the community.$7,471.43

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