Monday November 28th, 2022 3:51PM

Gwinnett County and United Way to give $4.25 million to local nonprofits

By Lawson Smith Reporter

Gwinnett County Government and United Way of Greater Atlanta announced that they have selected 50 local nonprofits to receive $4.25 million in Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery funds.

According to a press release, the nonprofits that will receive these funds are considered ones that serve critical needs in the community. 

The Funds were provided to Gwinnett County by the U.S. Department of Treasury through the American Rescue Plan Act. They will be used to address needs identified or worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic impact.

Critical needs supported by the round of grant funding will include childcare, food insecurity, housing, literacy, mental health and transportation.

United Way of Greater Atlanta will manage and distribute the  $4.25 million in grant awards, which will provide the selected nonprofits with ongoing technical assistance and support to ensure compliance with grant administration and federal reporting requirements.

For more information about the awards and all related updates, visit

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