At the Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County, we take the impact of COVID-19 seriously. Our network is responding to this global pandemic that’s having a deep local impact in our communities.
DONATE TO HELP MEET LOCAL NEEDS
Local Marshall County nonprofits are experiencing interruptions to their programs while at the same time facing a greater demand for their services from families and individuals in need. In partnership with the United Way, the Marshall County COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund is now active to support our community and residents and will be deployed in the coming days, weeks, and months to respond to needs of the most vulnerable during this crisis. Donate online here.
Contributions may be made via the United Way website at www.marshallcountyuw.org/covid19 or by mail to the Marshall County Philanthropy Center, 2680 Miller Drive, Suite 120, Plymouth IN 46563. *Please note what the donation is for under the notes section on your Paypal donation page or on your check’s memo line.*
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 email@example.com 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.
To apply for a Rapid Response Grant from the Marshall County COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery fund, please click here. During Phase 1 Grants, we are working with trusted community partners to identify the most critical immediate basic needs such as food, childcare, and rent/utility assistance. During Phase 2 Grants, we will work on longer term needs with a committee of representatives from each Marshall County city and town helping guide that work. We are utilizing the best resources from both United Way of Marshall County and the Marshall County Community Foundation to continue to support our communities.
- Argos Methodist Church Food Pantry
- 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)
- David's Courage
- Dustin's Place
- Grace United Church of Christ Food Pantry (Culver)
- Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry, Inc.
- Link to Hope
- 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 Wesleyan Church Food Pantry
- Women's Care Center
We are taking precautions to do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County team are currently operating remotely. Our main number, 574.935.5159, will be answered as normal from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, weekdays. All staff will remain accessible as usual via email and phone. FOR DROP OFFS, please call 574.354.0315 to allow immediate access to the drop box in the front of our office. Call the United Way of Marshall County at 574.999.8900 to learn more about local resources and assistance available to households impacted by COVID-19.
- Visit our partners at the United Way of Marshall County for daily updates on the latest COVID-19 resource updates, changes to local services, or to update your business or nonprofits information at www.marshallcountyuw.org/covid19.
- Information regarding rental and utility assistance program HERE.
- Call 211 with your questions regarding food, childcare, housing and utility assistance, mental health services or visit https://in211.communityos.org/. 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Call the United Way of Marshall County at 574.999.8900 to learn more about resources available to households impacted by COVID-19.