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Dr. Phillips Charities giving away $1 million to local nonprofits doing COVID-19 relief work

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Dr. Phillips Charities (Website) has just announced that they will be giving away $1 million in grants to non profit organizations working to provide Coronavirus Relief in Orange and Osceola counties.

The Foundation is inviting inquiries for general operating support from nonprofit organizations that are focusing on serving Central Floridians, associated with the pandemic, those that have developed innovations to serve the public during the pandemic, or have suffered impacts caused by COVID-19.

“During this next grant cycle, Dr. Phillips will focus specifically on community building through operational support for qualified nonprofit organizations and the people they serve as they recover from the impact of COVID-19.”

– Ken Robinson,
CEO Dr. Phillips Charities

Nonprofit organizations operating in both counties may submit a Letter of Intent HERE on or before July 31, 2020. All applications will be reviewed with final decisions rendered by the end of November 2020.

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Dr. Phillips Charities (Website) has just announced that they will be giving away $1 million in grants to non profit organizations working to provide Coronavirus Relief in Orange and Osceola counties.

The Foundation is inviting inquiries for general operating support from nonprofit organizations that are focusing on serving Central Floridians, associated with the pandemic, those that have developed innovations to serve the public during the pandemic, or have suffered impacts caused by COVID-19.

“During this next grant cycle, Dr. Phillips will focus specifically on community building through operational support for qualified nonprofit organizations and the people they serve as they recover from the impact of COVID-19.”

– Ken Robinson,
CEO Dr. Phillips Charities

Nonprofit organizations operating in both counties may submit a Letter of Intent HERE on or before July 31, 2020. All applications will be reviewed with final decisions rendered by the end of November 2020.