COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund Announces 17th Round of Allocations


 COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund Announces 17th Round of Allocations 

Evansville, IN – The COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region has awarded a seventeenth round of allocations, granting nearly $400,000 to seven nonprofit applicants. In total, the Response Fund has awarded 162 grants to 106 nonprofits, amounting to more than $4.3 million in critical relief related to the pandemic. 

As part of round seventeen, 4C was awarded $214,500 for the “Regional Training Center (RTC) Project.” RTC will provide support to early learning childhood providers to come back stronger and with significantly improved infrastructure, which will greatly impact student outcomes and kindergarten readiness. There are 24 sites in the five-county region. 

Applications for funding relief, recovery, and restoration efforts will be accepted until August 17th at The final disbursements from the Fund will be made on September 1, 2021. 

Seventeenth Round Funding Recipients: 

Organization: Evansville Christian Life Center – Evansville, IN 

Awarded $21,000 

Organization: Feed Evansville – Evansville, IN 

Awarded $50,000 

Organization: Foster Care in the US – Evansville, IN 

Awarded $64,000 

Organization: Henager Family Museum – Elberfeld, IN 

Awarded $22,500 

Organization: Success Through Mentoring – Rockport, IN 

Awarded $12,928 

Organization: Wesselman Park Nature Society – Evansville, IN 

Awarded $15,000 2 

Organization: Community Coordinated Child Care of Southwestern Ind. (4C) – Evansville, IN 

Awarded $214,500

FOOTNOTE:  Any questions please contact Pat Creech, Executive Director of Welborn Baptist Foundation at or 812.437.8260