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Local organizations step in to help those impacted by the coronaviarus pandemic

Those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic can seek out these organizations for help.

With so many people in Ohio now out of work because of businesses closing, many state, local and private organizations are stepping up.

The biggest news Thursday came from the Cleveland Foundation which, with the help of its partners, raised nearly $4 million in emergency funds for local organizations that provide assistance. 

Consumer Investigator Danielle Serino complied a list of organizations that you can turn to for help. Check out the list below: 

National and Local Help:

All local Agencies

United Way Ohio-211

Cuyahoga County:

http://executive.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/Cuyahoga-County-Closes-Buildings.aspx

http://executive.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/CJFS-Suspends-Work-Activity.aspx

Geauga County

Lake County:

https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/lcojfs/Public-Assistance

https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/lcojfs/

Other Organizations:

Hebrew Free Loan Association

Our Response:

"Our Response" is a weekly digital magazine that serves as an artist showcase and supports their craft during this economically unsure time. Contributors to this magazine will receive one sixth of all sales, paid out weekly.

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