The Orange County Community Resilience Fund (OCCRF), a partnership between St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund, the Orange County Community Foundation, Charitable Ventures, and OC Grantmakers, was launched to respond to the immediate and lasting impacts of COVID-19 in Orange County. By June, OCCRF had distributed $4.3M to 164 organizations. In addition to the direct support, OCCRF commissioned a broader impact evaluation to look at many data sources – including grant applications, surveys, interviews, economic data, news stories, reports from other organizations, and other resources – to capture the impact of the pandemic on our communities and nonprofits. Read the full report and executive summary here.
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