Special to Iredell Free News

United Way of Iredell County announced Tuesday that more than $240,000 in grants have been awarded by the local Emergency Food and Shelter Board for Phase 39 & ARPA-R.

The Emergency Food and Shelter funds are intended to supplement existing programs that provide food, utility, housing and shelter services for community residents in crisis.

The Emergency Food and Shelter Program was established on March 24, 1983, with the signing of the “Jobs Stimulus Bill,” Public Law 98-8. That legislation created a National Board, chaired by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). More information is available at https://www.efsp.unitedway.org/.

Grants Awarded

Iredell COAST: $5,715.00 (Food)
Feed NC: $38,506.50 (Food)
Fifth Street Ministries: $53,277.74 (Shelter)
Foodiversity: $2,108.25 (Food)
Iredell Christian Ministries: $21,361.50 (Food & Utility Assistance)
Landmark Relief: $3,373.20 (Food)
Matthew25: $12,789.00 (Food)
Mooresville Christian Mission: $39,349.80 (Rent & Utility Assistance)
Salvation Army: $46,096.20 (Rent & Utility Assistance)
Yokefellow Ministry: $15,646.50 (Utility Assistance)
United Way of Iredell County: $4,702.31 (Compliance & Reporting)

TOTAL: $242,926.00

Need Help?

If you need assistance, please call 2-1-1 for a free and confidential referral to programs and services available to meet your needs or visit the online searchable database at nc211.org. Available 24/7.

About the United Way of Iredell County

United Way of Iredell County fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community by partnering with 24 local non-profit partners through its annual campaign and many other local groups and initiatives year-round to achieve this goal. More information is available at www.uwiredell.org.

 

1 thought on “United Way announces more than $240K in grants through emergency food and shelter program

  1. Leigh A Bennett says:

    I live in Statesville, and I have been homeless for four years. I have tried to get help. I am in the hospital, and I’m in need of emergency help. I keep getting turned away. Who else do I turn to for help when everybody tells me to turn to?

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