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Survey Aims To Assess Greater Lowell Nonprofit Needs During Coronavirus Pandemic

Greater Lowell Community Foundation

LOWELL – Hoping to assist Greater Lowell nonprofits feeling the impact of COVID-19 on their organization, the Greater Lowell Community Foundation (GLCF) has created and distributed a brief survey to determine immediate critical needs as well as services and fundraising.
 
Working with donors and funders, GLCF has to date distributed more than $630,000 to the local community to address critical needs through the GLCF COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.
 
The information culled from the Greater Lowell Nonprofit needs during COVID-19 Survey will identify additional ways GLCF can support local organizations. The survey has been shared electronically with the Greater Lowell nonprofit community, along with multiple partners from the community.
 
“Everyone is still trying to understand the impact of this pandemic,” said Jay Linnehan, president and CEO of the Greater Lowell Community Foundation. “Our nonprofit partners are on the frontlines and their participation in this survey is key to GLCF being able to understand the changing needs of our community.”
 
The survey for local nonprofits can be accessed at bit.ly/2LbziCJ.
 
The deadline to complete the survey is May 20.
For more information about the GLCF COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund, visit www.glcfoundation.org.

About Greater Lowell Community Foundation
The Greater Lowell Community Foundation (GLCF), founded in 1997, is a philanthropic organization comprised of over 350 funds, currently totaling over $40MM, which is dedicated to improving the quality of life in 20 neighboring cities and towns. The Community Foundation annually awards grants and scholarships to hundreds of worthy nonprofits and students. It is powered by the winning combination of donor-directed giving, personal attention from its staff, and an in-depth understanding of local needs. The generosity of our donors has enabled GLCF to award more than $20 million to the Greater Lowell community.
 
Donations to the GLCF COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund can be made online at www.glcfoundation.org or by mail to the GLCF COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund c/o GLCF, 100 Merrimack Street, Suite 202, Lowell, MA 01852.
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