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Foundation brings back emergency response fund

The Door County Community Foundation is stepping in to make sure local non-profit organizations are still able to help the people they serve. With support from United Way of Door County, the foundation has reactivated the Door County Emergency Response Fund to help respond to the short-term needs of the area as it deals with the COVID-19 outbreak. Door County Community Foundation President and CEO Bret Bicoy says while much of the attention has been on small businesses, non-profit organizations are also directly affected by the evolving situation.

The Door County Community Foundation donated the initial $15,000 to the emergency response fund, which Bicoy says will also focus on the aftermath of the virus outbreak. 

 

Click here to visit RespondDoorCounty.org

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