A coalition of philanthropy, government, and business partners has joined together to create a centralized funding pool that will rapidly deploy flexible resources to community-based organizations that are disproportionally impacted by COVID-19, the economic consequences of the outbreak, community and organizational recovery, and future community emergencies.
**There are specific criteria and limitations for qualifying for funding; funding priority is given to request for needs not served by other federal, state and local resources.**
This crisis necessitates funding in at least two phases. First, we recognize the emergent needs of organizations on the frontline of the COVID-19 response, including those supporting older adults and vulnerable families. Local funding is intended to complement the work of government and other funding sources to expand local capacity. Priority will be given to requests that indicate high levels of collaboration and unprecedented partnership as it relates to the following:
• Carnahan-Jackson Foundation