In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Rockland
County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (RCVOAD) is working to identify and help meet the needs
in the Rockland community.
What is the RCVOAD?
The UWRC has received generous support from individuals, corporations and foundations
enabling us to respond to and help meet essential needs during the Coronavirus pandemic. Our response has brought
over $1.1 million dollars in goods and services into the community, assisting more than 16,000 people, by
addressing food insecurity, rent and utility assistance, loss of jobs, the high cost of prescription medication,
physical and mental health needs, wellness checks to people with special needs, support for home bound senior
citizens, childcare assistance, and access to PPE. Our impact has been felt county-wide at food pantries,
community centers, nonprofits, houses of worship and individual homes. In order to continue to respond and meet
the current and emerging needs resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic, we need your help. Please make a donation
to UWRC to ensure that the road to recovery in Rockland County is a successful one and that all individuals and
families essential needs are met.
2020 UWRC Impact
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UWRC has decided to partner with RoundUp App, an app that lets people support our work by donating their
spare change! Giving in this way can help us improve the health, education and financial stability of Rockland
County families. Would you be willing to support us in this way? It's simple, secure, and you can sign up
in 60-seconds by clicking on the button below.
To increase the value and impact of community support & resources
through collaborations that advance the common good.
A community where individuals and families have the skills to achieve
a quality education, economic security and a healthy lifestyle.
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