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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 $97,248.35 awarded so far.

OrganizationFunding PurposeAmount Approved
Baby Steps Family AssistanceTo help meet increased needs for baby-related items for families in Greater Sullivan County.$3,000.00
Charlestown Community GardenTo support increased food demands and access for farming sustainability.$2,677.67
Claremont Community DentalTo support safe dental practices related to COVID-19.$12,265.60
Claremont Senior CenterTo assist in the gap of revenue while re-creating its business model to adapt to loss of revenue from senior game activities.$6,626.96
Claremont Soup KitchenTo help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially community dinners to-go).$5,000.00
Colby Sawyer CollegeTo address food insecurity for families in need.$2,185.00
Got Lunch! NewportTo help meet increased needs for food-related services for students and families in Newport.$900.00
HeadrestTo support increased demands of telehealth for patients.$6,000.00
Kearsarge Council on Aging - Chapin CenterTo 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.$4,900.00
Kearsarge Food HubTo 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 PantryTo help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially cold-storage needs).$6,200.00
Lake Sunapee VNA and HospiceTo offset costs of technology.$5,000.00
Maple ManorTo help vulnerable seniors stay home safely, via home delivered meals, errand delivery and increased communications with residents.$3,000.00
ServiceLinkTo help staff conduct appointments with clients "face-to-face."$1,544.97
Shining Success
To develop a mobile delivery model for professional clothing delivery.$1,900.00
Southwestern Community ServicesTo 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 SocietyTo support increased demands of pet surrenders and need for families to access the pet food pantry.$1,200.00
Sullivan County NutritionTo help meet increased needs for food-related services (especially cold-storage needs) and create safe, clean spaces for older adult congregate meals$8,119.00
The Greater Claremont Chamber of CommerceTo offset operational costs due to fundraising and membership losses and help staff conduct appointments with clients "face-to-face."$1,234.00
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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