CoveCare Center is honored to be the recipient of a $3500 grant from the United Way of Westchester and Putnam as part of its COVID-19 Response efforts. The grant will support CoveCare Center’s ability to provide essential items to those in need throughout our community. Since 2018, CoveCare has provided items such as soap, shampoo, toothpaste, diapers and more to children up to age 19 and their families. The funding from the United Way of Westchester and Putnam will allow CoveCare to expand its reach and help even more community members in need of assistance.
“We are very grateful to the United Way of Westchester and Putnam for the opportunity to offer our community the items they need to remain healthy and safe,” stated Eric Toth, CEO of CoveCare Center. “Over the past 16 months, we know that families have faced increased financial burdens; to be able to offer essential items to families in need and relieve some of that burden reflects our mission and vision for our community.”
United Way of Westchester and Putnam helps local residents become self-sufficient and thrive in a stronger community. For more information about their efforts, including the 211 Helpline of the Hudson Valley, please visit www.uwwp.org.
A nonprofit organization, CoveCare Center has provided mental health, substance use, and supportive services for individuals throughout the Lower Hudson Valley since 1997.