COVID-19 Emergency Response Funding Update

We are pleased to share an update on our grant funding as of July 1, 2021.


$65,000 (split into two grants)

Utility/financial/medical assistance for individuals and domestic violence support/operations

Decatur Township

$50,000 (split into two grants)

Utility/financial assistance for individuals

DPS District 61


Equity tech for children

Decatur Family YMCA

$28,300 (split into four grants)

Emergency childcare/vulnerable populations/children


$24,500 (split into two grants)

Vulnerable populations and tech support

Webster Cantrell Hall Youth Advocacy

$245,664 (split into two grants)

Vulnerable populations/children/tech support

Heritage Behavioral Health


Vulnerable populations

Boys & Girls Club

$17,500 (split into two grants)

Vulnerable populations/children

Water Street Mission


Vulnerable populations

Microgrants for video/public service announcements


Community engagement/education

Northeast Community Fund

$15,648 (split into three grants)

Food pantry support

Big Brothers/Big Sisters


Vulnerable populations/children

Children’s Museum of Illinois

$11,750 (split into three grants)

Emergency Operations

Richland Community College Foundation

$8,500 (split into three grants)

Food pantry support/student assistance

Baby Talk


Vulnerable populations/children



Vulnerable populations/children

Girl Scouts of Central Illinois


Emergency Operations/food pantry support

God’s Shelter of Love


Vulnerable populations/operations

The Interchurch Council of Blue Mound

$5,000 (split into two grants)

Food pantry support

United Way of Decatur & Mid-Illinois


Community engagement



Community engagement/food support

Reasonable Service


Food pantry support

Community Collaborative PPE Production


Medical support



Tech support for financial assistance program

Decatur Area Arts Council


Community Engagement