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Coastal Bend Community Foundation: Mayor's Disaster Recovery Fund

Host Organization: Coastal Bend Community Foundationmdi-circle-small Corpus Christi, TX, United States mdi-circle-small cbcfoundation.org/

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In 2017, Joe McComb established the Mayor’s Hurricane Harvey Fund in order to accept donations and disburse funds for the recovery following Hurricane Harvey. This fund has recently been renamed Mayor’s Disaster Recovery Fund. focused on assistance to area nonprofits working to meet the demands for critical services during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic.

The guiding principle of the Mayor’s Disaster Recovery Fund is to assess need in terms of demands for services and the cash on hand of nonprofits focused on food and housing along with the potential to receive state or federal monies, and the overall financial condition of the entity. Should headway be made in these areas through the funding donated, then it is hoped to have sufficient donations to allow the fund to expand into supporting childcare and medical services.

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The Coastal Bend Community Foundation’s (CBCF) is a public charity serving the Coastal Bend region of Texas and is beginning its fourth decade. Over these years, our founders, donors, board members, and staff have worked together to provide millions of dollars in grants and scholarships to the people of this geographical region, while imbuing CBCF with a reputation for honesty, integrity, stewardship and effectiveness.

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