1. Springfield non-profits aiding in coronavirus pandemic receive $240,000 in grants

    Springfield non-profits aiding in coronavirus pandemic receive $240,000 in grants

    A total of 14 non-profit agencies which have been aiding residents and organizations struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic were awarded a collective $240,000 in local grants on Monday. The city’s Prime the Pump program began in March and initially assisted owners of restaurants and other small businesses forced to close or who lost a large amount of business due to the shutdown caused by the pandemic, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno said.

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    1. The non-profit community is a critical part of Springfield's economy and the services that these organizations and institutions provide are even more essential at this time of enormous need.  I am pleased that Springfield could assist many of the organizations that have tirelessly assisted our city.
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