(Cleveland) - The Cleveland Foundation says another $220,000 worth of grants from its COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund will go to a collection of nonprofit organizations.
The Founcation created the Rapid Response Fund to help support nonprofits that are struggling during the pandemic.
Organizations named to recieve help include Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, the City Club of Cleveland, the Pregnant With Possibilities Resource Center, and the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland.
Grant applications are still being taken.
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