THREE RIVERS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LAUNCHES COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND

The Three Rivers Community Foundation (3RCF) Board of Directors announces the creation of an emergency fund to support nonprofit organizations in Benton and Franklin counties whose programs and services have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund had been seeded with $50,000 from anonymous fund holders at 3RCF. "I continue to be amazed and deeply moved by the level of generosity the Tri-Cities community is willing to be engaged in," says 3RCF Board Chair Susan Taylor. "We truly are all in this together."

To view the fund announcement, click here. Nonprofit organizations can click here to access the application.  

Contributions to the fund can be made through the DONATE button below or by mail at Three Rivers Community Foundation, 1333 Columbia Park Trail Suite 310, Richland, WA 99352. Please make checks payable to 3RCF – Emergency Fund. 100% of your donation will stay local in Benton and Franklin counties to support 501c3's and their response to COVID-19. Thank you for helping us support our nonprofit community during this critical time.

 

What Do We Do?

Community foundations are grant making charities dedicated to improving the lives of people in a defined local geographic area. They bring together the financial resources of individuals, families, and businesses to support nonprofits in their communities. At Three Rivers Community Foundation, our primary purposes are:

To stimulate the creation of endowed funds to support nonprofits in our community now, and in the future;

To address community needs and opportunities through grant making and organizational leadership.

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