COVID-19 Emergency Funding
Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona – Emergency Funding
The Legacy Foundation’s support for our non-profit (501c3)/Government entities community partners includes Emergency Funding for organizations whose ability to provide services in the community is impacted by COVID –19. If you have the need for emergency funding, please contact us – the Legacy Foundation may be able to assist.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (520) 335-6015
The Legacy Foundation has awarded $299,501 in COVID-19 Emergency Grants.
Additional Grant Opportunities
Community Foundation of Southern Arizona
Arizona Complete Health is offer $250,000 in COVID-19 support grants to providers and community partners to help address the impact of the coronavirus on Arizona communities.
Cigna Foundation Announces Availability Of $5 Million In Grants To Address Children's Mental Health, Childhood Hunger.
The CARES Act is phase-three of the economic relief provided in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This bill promises to make a significant impact on the economy by providing loan forgiveness, supporting small businesses and enhancing unemployment benefits. The attached CARES Act overview contains highlights of key tax provision in this bill, along with other provisions aimed at proving economic relief to individuals and businesses.
CARES Act Update 04-10-2020
Paycheck Protection Program Information to Gather – Beach Fleischman
Paycheck Protection Program Borrower Information Fact Sheet
Economic Injury Disaster Loans – Beach Fleischman
Paycheck Protective Program Calculation.xlsx
COVID-19 Information (updated 06/26/20)
Resources - community & families (updated 05/11/20)
Please read an important letter regarding COVID-19 from Margaret Hepburn, CEO of the Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona
COVID-19 grant funding awarded to Peach's Pantry for Free Face Mask Distribution throughout Cochise and eastern Santa Cruz.
Peach's Pantry is working with Ace Hardware, the Rotary Satellite Club of Sierra Vista, the Rotary Club of Sierra Vista, and the Bisbee Rotary Club to get masks into the hands of our communities so we can slow the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Community Information and Resources