At the Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County, we take the impact of COVID-19 seriously. Our network is leading the recovery from this global pandemic that’s having a deep local impact in our communities.
Grant from a fund within the Community Foundation
Grant from a fund at a foundation other than the Community Foundation
Make grants payable to the Marshall County Community Foundation designated for the COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.
IRA Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD)
Make distributions payable to the Marshall County Community Foundation designated for the COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.
For gifts of stock and securities, wire transfer or other assets
Please contact Linda Yoder at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 574.935.5159. The Marshall County COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund is active and will be used to address immediate and long term needs.
United way r4 grants: Respond, recover, reimagine, and rebuild
United Way R4 Grants provide flexible resources to 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organizations working to ensure that basic needs and essential services are being addressed to better support individuals and organizations impacted by COVID-19 and the broader ramifications of this health crisis.
Learn more about United Way R4 Grants here.
Visit ourshot.in.gov (https://www.coronavirus.in.gov/vaccine/) for information on COVID-19 vaccine distribution across the state and locally. The United Way of Indiana would like to remind everyone that the vaccine is out and currently being distributed to any Hoosier 12 years or older.
The Marshall County Health Department encourages residents to call 211 to register for COVID-19 vaccination. You can also register online HERE.
The Marshall County Health Department currently has all three COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson) available.
Please direct all vaccine-related questions to the Marshall County Health Department. For latest updates, please visit their Facebook page or call them at 574-935-8565.
COVID-19 CALL CENTER
The Marshall County Health Department has set up a COVID-19 call center which can be reached by dialing 574-935-8565 and selecting option #8.
VACCINE VOLUNTEER REQUEST
SEARCH for help
When you are looking for the information you need to get help in Marshall County, you need to find it right away. By using SEARCH United Way of Marshall County, you’ll easily find the information you’re looking for… when you’re looking for it.
People throughout our community turn to United Way every day for information and support – whether COVID-19, education, disaster, or financial-related. We have information that connects people of all ages to the necessary health and human services you need. We’re excited to put this information directly into your hands. SEARCH for help HERE.
If you need our help, we are also always only a phone call away. 574-936-3366. EASY. FAST. EFFECTIVE.
For more specific information, please view the following resources:
Condado de marshall: Recursos e informacion de covid-19
Recursos del condado de Marshall: http://condadomarshall.org/covid-19-resources/.
Recursos e información de COVID-19, salud, educación, inseguridad alimentaria, casa y servicios públicos, mas recursos.
Take charge against covid
Marshall County Crossroads is working with our dedicated caregivers in the medical field, our county leaders, and local businesses to encourage you to do everything you can to TAKE CHARGE against COVID-19. Our hospitals and front-line workers are in critical need of our compassion and support.
In a season where so many are feeling a loss of security, our mission is to provide resources to our community that gives you some control back.
Our community is in need of immediate action. Approximately 20% of positive COVID cases in Marshall County need hospital care. Our local hospitals, medical supplies, doctors, and nurses are stretched thin. We are at the breaking point. It's time to care for our caregivers!
Marshall County Crossroads is All In! Visit the Take Charge Against COVID action page to learn more and see how YOU can take charge.
Funds for businesses needing assistance due to covid-19
Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) is the administrator of a grant that will make funds available for businesses that are struggling because of the pandemic. Businesses that need assistance are encouraged to contact MCEDC to apply for up to $7,500 to be used for employee salaries, operational expenses, working capital, continue business operations, and support remote work.
Initially, the funds will be issued as a micro-loan. If the business maintains the same number of employees after two years, the loan will be forgiven as a grant.
Applications are available online at Request for Funds. Applications and additional information are also available by contacting Greg Hildebrand, MCEDC Economic Development Project Manager, at (574) 935-8499, or by email at email@example.com.
Rapid Response Grants from the Marshall County COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery fund provided assistance to households impacted by COVID-19. We worked with trusted nonprofit community partners to identify the most immediate basic needs such as food, childcare, and rent/utility assistance.
- Argos Methodist Church Food Pantry
- Beaman Home
- Blessings in a Backpack, Argos Elementary
- Blessings in a Backpack, Culver
- Blessings in a Backpack, Plymouth
- Blessings in a Backpack, Walkerton Elementary
- Bourbon First United Methodist Church Helping Hands Food Pantry
- Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County
- Bread of Life Food Pantry (Plymouth)
- County Line Brethren Church Food Pantry (LaPaz)
- Cultivate Food Rescue (Marshall County)
- Culver Community Youth Center (aka Culver Boys and GIrls Club)
- David's Courage
- Dustin's Place
- Food Bank of Northern Indiana
- Grace United Church of Christ Food Pantry (Culver)
- Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry, Inc.
- Link to Hope
- Marshall County Council on Aging
- Marshall County Diversity and Inclusion Committee
- Marshall County Neighborhood Center (Plymouth)
- Monastery of the Holy Martyrs Food Pantry (Plymouth)
- Oakhaven Community
- Project Help (Bremen)
- Plymouth Community School Corporation
- Plymouth Wesleyan Church Food Pantry
- Triton School Corporation
- Women's Care Center
Read the press releases for each Rapid Response grant round in our news section HERE.
Call the Marshall County Community Foundation at 574.935.5159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about local resources and assistance available to households impacted by COVID-19.