Strategies to End Homelessness receives support from U.S. Bank in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Strategies to End Homelessness is honored to be among the organizations receiving support from U.S. Bank in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through the administration of funding to partner agencies, the operation of programs and the coordination of the local homeless services system, Strategies to End Homelessness prevents homelessness whenever possible, assists people out of homelessness and offers solutions to homelessness through housing, serving nearly 12,000 people annually. U.S. Bank provided $25,000 through its Market Impact Fund program.
“We are grateful to U.S. Bank for their support of our work in response to the COVID-19 crisis,” said Kevin Finn, Strategies to End Homelessness President & CEO. “We are proud to partner with the team at U.S. Bank in the fight to end homelessness in Cincinnati.”
The Market Impact Fund is part of U.S. Bank’s $30 million commitment to support COVID-19 relief efforts in communities around the country. This community commitment will support immediate relief and long-term recovery efforts and includes $4 million to national organizations focused on small business recovery and crisis relief and an additional $26 million to local nonprofits across the country by year’s end. Full release, available here.
“We know how many nonprofits are struggling, and we want to make sure that our partners know that we trust them to use our grant dollars in whatever way is needed to sustain the life-changing work they do in our communities every day,” U.S. Bank Chief Social Responsibility Officer, Reba Dominski said.
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