The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole activated the Community Emergency Response Fund providing immediate support to our community’s most vulnerable populations through grants to local nonprofits. 100% of the donations to this fund will benefit Jackson’s nonprofit community.
About the Fund
Jackson is a resilient community, and we will withstand this situation together.
Take a moment to learn more about the Community Emergency Response Fund and what we are doing to help those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
Helping the Hole Community
The Community Emergency Response Fund is addressing community needs in coordination with local front line agencies. Since launching in mid-March, the Emergency Response Fund has granted a total of more than $2.9 million dollars across 40 local organizations.
Relief funds are being disbursed daily to nonprofits, as the Community Foundation receives requests for assistance.
Our Nonprofit Partners
See success stories about some of the organizations that have received support from the Community Emergency Response Fund.
In addition, learn more about who has already been granted funding.
Emergency Response Fund Nonprofit Partners
Stories of some of the organizations that have received support from the Emergency Response Fund.