COVID-19 Donor & Recipient Information

As of April 14th, 2021 we have received $340,395.80 in donations to our COVID 19 Fund.

Thanks to these donations we have awarded 49 grants totaling $290,685.14!

1. $6,000: Sequim Food Bank – Additional food storage.

2. $10,000: North Olympic Healthcare – Medical Supplies.

3. $3,700: Our Resilient Community Alliance – Housing expenses for five women and their children

4. $4,000: Olympic Peninsula YMCA Port Angeles – Childcare at Dry Creek School for First responders and Medical Providers.

5. $7,000: Boys and Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula – Childcare and meals at both Port Angeles and Sequim locations.

6. $4,000: First Step Family Support Center - Diapers and formula for families in need.

7. $5,000: First Step Family Support Center – For goods and services to support client outreach.

8. $3,000: Clallam Mosaic - support and outreach program to individuals with disabilities and their families.

9. $9,800: Clallam Mosaic – To continue virtual programming.

10. $10,000: Port Angeles Food Bank - provide meat and produce to 300-500 households a week for several weeks.

11. $10,000: Olympic Community Action Program - OlyCAP's food bank and senior nutrition programs.

12. $5,000: Lutheran Community Services – To continue operations.

13. $10,000: West Olympic Betterment Association - Assistance to those who are of extremely limited financial means to withstand the hardships associated with the COVID pandemic.

14. $9,250: Camp Beausite NW - Send a Camp in a Box activity package to 150 campers this summer and upfront costs of running a respite weekend.

15. $10,000: Society of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Joseph Conference - To help those in Sequim School District who are directly affected by the COVID-19 virus due to loss of/reduced income (assist with rent/mortgage payments, PUD payments, and food).

16. $10,000: Society of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Joseph Conference – Provide rent and utilities assistance to residents of Sequim School District.

17. $5,000: Forks Community Food Bank – To purchase food supplies.

18. $21,000: Sequim Food Bank and Port Angeles Food Bank – To purchase food supplies.

19. $1,000: Concerned Citizens – Personal Protective Equipment for home visits, day care and group home staff.

20. $5,000: Concerned Citizens – Childcare scholarships.

21. $14,393: Concerned Citizens – Commercial freezer to increase capacity, paper supplies, and other disposable items and groceries.

22. $500: Childcare Action Council – For cleaning supplies for their partner day cares.

23. $7,600: Serenity House of Clallam County – Expand shelter capacity.

24. $7,500: The Answer for Youth - For food, hygiene packs and other supports for homeless clients.

25. $10,000: Sequim Community – Aid for increased demand for financial assistance.

26. $2,000: Mariposa House – To stock food pantries in Forks and Beaver

27. $3,367.14: Dungeness Valley Health & Wellness Clinic (Sequim Free Clinic) - for furniture to make their waiting room easily cleanable during COVID.

28. $2,000: Parenting Matters Foundation – To purchase school supplies and backpacks for Sequim students in need.

29. $875: Joyce Community Education Foundation – To purchase school supplies for Crescent students in need.

30. $5,000: Lutheran Community Services Northwest – To purchase school supplies for Port Angeles students in need.

31. $3,000: Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County – To offset costs related to website design, purchase of online volunteer training or cost of a content development consultant.

32. $2,200: QVSD & Soroptimist International of Olympic Rainforest – To purchase school supplies for Quillayute students in need.

33. $10,000: Port Angeles Education Foundation – Provide internet to students in Port Angeles school district.

34.  $2,000 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula- Increase childcare needs.

35.  $5,000 St. Andrews Assisted Living- Cover lost revenue due to COVID cancelling event.

36. & 37.  $10,000 Port Angeles and Forks Chambers of Commerce-Assistance to local restaurant and bar workers.

38. $5,000 Habitat for Humanity-Cover lost revenue due to COVID closing Habitat store.

39. $10,000 Port Angeles Food Bank-Purchase Meals Ready to Go.

40. $4,000: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula-Increased operational capacity.

41. $3,500: Camp Beausite Northwest -Offset losses in revenue due to COVID.

42. $5,000: Clallam Mosaic-Provide more virtual opportunities for clients to receive programming.       

43. $3,750:Concerned Citizens-Increased need for childcare and scholarships.

44. $4,000: First Step Family Support Center-Increased need for supplies to families with young children.

45. $3,500: Olympic Peninsula YMCA-Offset loss in membership revenue due to COVID-19.

46. $3,750: Parenting Matters Foundation-Increase ability to offer virtual programming.

47.  $2,500.00: West End Youth & Community Club-Offset loss in rental income due to COVID.

48. $8,000: West Olympic Betterment Association-Continued support for migrant farmworkers in the Forks area.

49. $3,000: OlyCAP-Encore-Support for scholarships, virtual programs, and COVID screening supplies.

50. $5,000: Westend Betterment Association- Support for Feeding 5000 program.

51. $5,000: Westend Betterment Association- To complete their voucher program in Forks for food and fuel.

52. $5,000: Prevention Works- Supplement the loss in program fees due to COVID

53. $5,000: Universalist Church Sequim- Support for their Little Free Pantry