Alexandria Resilience Fund

The City enlisted ACT as a partner to distribute nearly $2M in federal CARES Act funding to ensure the sustainability and health of Alexandria’s nonprofits and their constituents. The nonprofit community rallied to provide critical services, including:

  • emergency food and financial assistance
  • access to healthcare, technology, and personal protective equipment (PPE), and
  • educational supports to enhance distance learning and student success

The Fund served 13,708 Alexandria residents, with the majority living in the 22304, 22305, and 22311 zip codes and the majority identifying as Hispanic or Latinx and Black or African American.

In addition to grants, the Fund invested in coaching and training to help stabilize nonprofits. The training addressed the fundraising, financial management, and leadership needs of local nonprofits. As a result of this investment, Alexandria has a stronger nonprofit sector that will continue to meet the needs of Alexandrians in the years to come.

$1.89 million in total grant awards

57 grantee organizations

61 grants distributed