The United Way of Bartholomew County is seeing a good response from residents donating to the COVID-19 Relief Fund, but more help is still needed.
The fund was established last week to help the most vulnerable in the community and so far, the response has been better than expected, said Magen Pillar, spokeswoman for the local United Way.
She explains that donations will go to the United Way agencies working directly with those in need.
Money so far has gone to Lincoln-Central Neighborhood Family Center, Sans Souci and Su Casa. She said that if you need help, you should first contact those agencies.
You can get more information or make a donation at UWBarthCo.org