United Way of Pioneer Valley COVID-19 Fund Helps Area Organizations in Need


Springfield, MA (10/13/2020)—As part of our COVID-19 response efforts, United Way of Pioneer Valley (UWPV) has completed a round of grant funding to 21 recipients.

Grant recipients are:

Agawam Community Center

Atwater Park Civic Association

Catie's Closet

Highland Valley Elder Services

Community Survival Center

East Longmeadow Methodist Church

Enlace de Familias

Food for the Soul

Food Pantry of Longmeadow

Hampden Senior Center

Huntington Community Center

Lorraine's Soup Kitchen

Lovin' Spoonfuls

Ministry En Motion

Multi-Cultural Resource Center

Palmer Food Share

Pedal Thru Youth

Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services

Stone Soul Inc

Wales Community Pantry

Westfield Public Schools Department

“The nonprofit sector has been hit hard by COVID-19 – both in the form of lowered donations and the costs of safely remaining open for business – but our community’s generosity and our experience in grant funding has allowed us to make a real impact”, said Paul Mina, President & CEO, United Way of Pioneer Valley.

More information about our COVID-19 response efforts be found at uwpv.org/covid19, and donations can be made at uwpv.org/covid19-donate.

About United Way of Pioneer Valley

United Way of Pioneer Valley mobilizes people and resources to strengthen our communities. We target the community’s most pressing needs and focus resources, community partnerships, and the energy of volunteers to create measurable results.
For more information, visit uwpv.org.