BALTIMORE (WJZ) — CareFirst announced Tuesday it would contribute $2 million to community non-profit organizations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Through conversations with organizations, CareFirst identified health, social and economic needs as funding priorities.
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Investments will include, but are not limited to:
- Baltimore Community Foundation
- Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore
- Community Foundation for Northern Virginia
- County United Way of Cumberland Maryland
- United Way of Central Maryland
- United Way of the National Capital Area
CareFirst funding will occur in two phases to provide ongoing relief to organizations during the outbreak and recovery phases.