WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Some non-profit groups are getting emergency grants to support mental health.
The Williamsburg Community Foundation (WCF) says coronavirus-related job loss has created food and housing insecurity for a lot of people. That, in turn, has created a lot of stress.
The foundation awarded grants to five non-profit groups that are helping people who are struggling with mental health issues in the pandemic.
Donors made the grants possible. The amount of each one ranges from $3,000 to $5,000.
If you want to make a donation to the WCF's Community Emergency Response Fund, you can do so by visiting WilliamsburgCommunityFoundation.org or you can send a gift to:
Williamsburg Community Foundation
1323 Jamestown Road, Suite 103
Williamsburg, VA 23185