Siouxland Recovery Fund

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The purpose of the Siouxland Recovery Fund is to provide financial resources to help meet short, intermediate and long term needs for recovery in the Siouxland area when a major disaster strikes. The fund was activated March 19, 2020 to aid in the recovery efforts for those impacted by COVID-19. All funds collected during this time will be used to help those efforts. 

Contributions can be made to the Siouxland Recovery Fund online via PayPal using the link above, or at any Security National Bank or Wells Fargo Bank via drop box or overnight depsit box location throughout Siouxland. Donations may also be mailed to the Siouxland Recovery Fund c/o United Way of Siouxland at 701 Steuben St. Sioux City, IA 51101. 

Organizations who have provided direct services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic are encouraged to apply for a grant under the priority area Rebuilding Nonprofit Stability. This keemly competitive priority is intended for substantially devastate, highly effective organizations that provide: 

  • vital human services impacting community recovery efforts or, 
  • key cultural offerings that impact community economic recovery

Requests in this category should target a specific achievable need and be clearly focused as to how this request helps organizations carry out their organizational mission. 

Grant requests should target activities that will not be reimbursed by public agencies or insurance.

Grant Size: Individual organizations may request funding from $500 to $25,000 per proposal. 
Grant Deadline: July 28th by 5pm

A training was held in early July for potential grant applicants. To access the training materials, click here.

An application for the Siouxland Recovery Fund can be found here
A template for the project budget to be attached to the application can be found here.

Siouxland Recovery Fund Grant Report form can be found here.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Siouxland Recovery Fund can be found here

Guidelines for a grant from the Siouxland Recovery Fund can be found here

For more information or questions about the Recovery Fund, email Heather Hennings at hhennings@unitedwaysiouxland.com or call 712-255-3551. 

To date, we've awarded the following grants to organizations who are providing direct assistance to our community during this time: 

  • Food Bank of Siouxland ($25,000) Emergency Food Supplementation
  • Mary J. Treglia Community House ($5,000) Virtual COVID-19 Tutorials in Multiple Languages
  • Siouxland Mental Health Center ($4,200) Mental Health Matters, Telehealth Licenses
  • Sunnybrook Hope Center ($18,000) Drive Thru Pantry 
  • The Salvation Army ($25,000) Food Pantry & Emergency Assistance 
  • Women Aware ($10,000) Siouxlanders in Transition: Emergency Assistance & Breaking the Cycle
  • The Warming Shelter ($5,500) Showers for the Homeless
  • Sioux City Community Assistance ($16,000) Fresh Start Home Kits
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Siouxland ($7,550) Delivering Food to Boys & Girls Clubs Members & Families
  • Dakota County Voices for Food ($5,000) Food Security Project
  • Siouxland Center for Active Generations ($4,140) Infectious Disease Prevention Grant
  • Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (11,375) Safety and Recovery for Domestic Abuse Victims During the Pandemic
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church ($4,050) Morningside Neighborhood Food Cupboard
  • Growing Community Connections ($5,000) Dakota County Community Response COVID Relief
  • Morningside Lutheran Church ($5,000) Food Pantry
  • Heartland Counseling Services, Inc. ($5,000) The Life Center Wrap-Around Services
  • Rejoice! Community Church ($6,000) Food Pantry
  • Community Action Agency ($7,000) Personal Protective Equipment for Siouxland Non-Profits
  • LaunchPAD Children's Museum ($12,631) Siouxland's Children's Mental Health & Education Emergency Response due to COVID-19
  • Boys and Girls Home of Nebraska ($5,000) Siouxland Family Center Emergency Food Assistance Program

COVID-19

United Way of Siouxland is meeting regularly with local organizations to determine the needs and ways for people to help. The pictures BELOW are links to the Special Editions of the United Way Newsletter, with helpful information and COVID-19 updates.

  

  

  

  

 

CORONA VIRUS SAFETY TIPS

 


As of Mid-March here are food services being provided: 

Food Bank of Siouxland
S
ioux City Community School District
S
outh Sioux City School District
Girls Inc. of Sioux City
Boys and Girls Clubs of Siouxland

Mental Health Services: 
Catholic Charities | Assistance to anyone regardless of age or religious preference |
712-252-4547 or email info@cathchar.com
Boys and Girls Home and Family Services | Mental health services to individuals of all ages and backgrounds | 712-293-4700
Heartland Counseling Services, Inc. | Provides a wide range of services to anyone, has multilingual services available and telehealth therapy | 402-494-3337 CRISIS LINE: 402-494-7655
Siouxland Mental Health Center | Offering Psychiatry, Therapy and Community Support services to all, regardless of ability to pay | 712-252-3871


If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, accessing childcare or other essential services, contact 211

 

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HOW YOU CAN HELP
  • Food Bank of Siouxland volunteers - pack and distribute family food boxes - call 712-255-9741 to volunteer 

**Please DO NOT hold food drives for Food Bank of Siouxland - if you want to help you can provide a monetary donation

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