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Jackson Co Relief Fund established due to COVID-19
04/14/2020

(KNZA)--The Jackson County Relief Fund has been established to receive donations to benefit small businesses and residents in Jackson County who are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Jackson County Community Foundation has partnered with the Holton First Baptist Church and Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce to set up the fund.

Donations made to the Relief Fund will go to support three missions. The first mission is to help local businesses that have been forced to shut down completely. The second mission is to help local local businesses whom are operating at minimal capacity but have suffered a significant loss in revenue, customers or access to resources. The third mission is to help local families in greatest need due to the current pandemic situation. Those donations will be converted to Chamber bucks, which can be used to shop locally and in turn uphold many businesses that have been hurt economically.

Donations are tax deductible.

To make a donation or for more information, you can go to the Jackson County Community Foundation website at jacksoncountycf.org.

You can also mail a check to the Jackson County Community Foundation at P.O. Box 381, Holton, Kansas 66436. Checks should be made out to the Jackson County Disaster Relief Fund.

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