The ongoing economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic continue to differentially
impact our most vulnerable communities. Federal, state and local relief efforts have
helped many families avoid homelessness and hunger, and provided some stability despite
intensified income volatility. Yet many relief programs that provide needed funds
to individuals and families are about to expire, and the federal government has not
released more funding to help communities weather this storm.
This convening will bring together municipal officials, nonprofits, donor agencies, and others centering their activity on Orange County to discuss the lessons learned as we prepare for additional Covid financial relief for individuals at the local level. We will have presentations from the San Francisco Federal Reserve, Mission Asset Fund, and Heartland Alliance.
We will learn and plan together for what we hope will be another wave of relief funding paid directly to individuals. Registration is required. Monday, January 11th is open to the public.