RAPID RESPONSE FUND
North Valley Community Foundation has established the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Rapid Response Fund for Local Nonprofits and Agencies grant program to help local nonprofit organizations and government agencies on the front lines prepare, rapidly respond to and deploy resources for coronavirus response in Butte, Glenn, Tehama and Colusa counties.
NVCF's Rapid Response Fund is made possible because of our donors
NVCF is able to offer this grant program to our service area because of our generous donors. This fund was opened so foundations, businesses and individuals can make donations to help vulnerable members of our communities during this crisis. NVCF collects a 1 percent service fee on donations to this fund to administer the effort.
Thank you for your interest, however, we are not currently accepting applications for the COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund grant program.
COVID-19 Charitable Funds
Do you have an idea for a charitable fund that will help the local response to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Here are some examples of active charitable funds for community COVID-19 response efforts.
Listed below are organizations that have received funding for coronavirus response.
Other COVID-19 Response Efforts
Here are other grant programs we've launched to support the area in its coronavirus response efforts.
The Aaron Rodgers Small-Business COVID-19 Fund will benefit locally owned and operated retail and restaurant businesses in Butte County and our service area.
COVID-19 Employee Care Grant Program
North Valley Community Foundation's COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund Grant Program will help employers reward workers and volunteers who are serving at-risk populations.
June 25, 2020
Mask giveaway for businesses Friday; $1 million mobilized for coronavirus relief
May 6, 2020
Two foundations team up to deliver COVID-19 grants
April 17, 2020
New grants to help ramp face shield production for health care workers and help Camp Fire survivors food delivery services
April 9, 2020
$50,000 in grants from Aaron Rodgers fund to help Butte County programs assisting children during crisis
March 16, 2020
$250,000 to Butte County Public Health Department for coronavirus testing lab
April 28, 2020
$1.3 million grant will bring 57 more Camp Fire case managers to county
April 10, 2020
NVCF and its donors pump $595,800 into the North Valley for coronavirus relief
March 18, 2020
Butte Strong Fund's $140,000 in grants to serve Camp Fire survivors' urgent coronavirus needs