HOUSTON – Harris County officials released the names Monday of the 44 community groups that got $15 million from the county’s coronavirus relief fund.
The money was divided among the organizations during the first round of disbursements from the $30 million fund on June 12.
The rest of the money is being given to about 20,000 families who applied directly to the county for assistance during the public application window that happened last week.
Officials have said the money will be given to eligible individuals and families to help with housing, electricity, food, child care and other essential needs. Recipients will likely get between $1,200 and $1,500 in assistance.
The fund is being managed by the Greater Houston Community Foundation.
Below is a list of the 44 organizations that received the first round of funding.