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Auburn City Council makes assistance available to non-profits affected by COVID-19 pandemic

  • Ted Baker 

The Auburn City Council is making $1.25 million in assistance available to non-profit agencies affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Money comes from American Rescue Plan funds

The city says on its website it wants to aid the maximum number of nonprofits in the City of Auburn and to ensure that the allocations of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSLFRF) from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) are being used in responding to the public health impacts of COVID-19 and to contain the negative economic impacts on the City.  To be eligible the Not for Profit organizations must serve people in the City of Auburn.

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Mason: agencies should apply soon

Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason says the application asks for specific information, so agencies who want to apply should not delay.

The application deadline is July 29, 2022.

Click here to learn more and access the application.

For additional information email Senior Planner Renee Jensen at the City of Auburn Office of Planning and Economic Development at [email protected]

Listen to my full Inside the FLX conversation with Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason below.