Response and Recovery Community Fund

About the Fund

How do you decide which of the Chippewa Valley's many nonprofits to support as they cope with the COVID-19 crisis? If you’re not sure, the Response and Recovery Community Fund offers a great option.

During Phase 1 of granting, this fund was called the Quick Response Community Fund, and it distributed almost $275,000 to 42 local nonprofits.

Learn how the Quick Response grantees used their funds.


Now renamed the Response and Recovery Community Fund, it continues to support nonprofits as they address pandemic-related needs. 

During Phase 2, the Response and Recovery Fund awarded $200,700 to 18 local nonprofits. Phase 3 will continue the impact.

The grant cycle is hosted by ECCF and supported by United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley and the Community Foundation of Chippewa County. Together, they review grant applications and recommend funding awards.

The collective impact of these grants is approaching $1 million. With your help, we can exceed that goal and help even more people in need. Please consider a gift today!

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Your gift will truly make a difference.

Donation Options

  • Credit Card donations can be made online by clicking link above, which leads to our safe and secure donation portal.
  • Checks can be mailed to:

ECCF
Attn: Response and Recovery Community Fund (can be abbreviated to RRCF)
306 S. Barstow St., Suite 104
Eau Claire, WI  54701

  • Recommend a gift from your donor advised fund

To make a donation using other assets like stock or mutual funds, or to direct an IRA Qualified Charitable Deduction (QCD) to the fund, contact ECCF Executive Director Sue Bornick at suebornick@eccfwi.org  or 715-552-3801.

Thank you to the donors who made the Response and Recovery grants possible!

Response and Recovery Community Fund Donor List

Contact Us

  • General questions and inquiries about making requests for emergency grant funding can be directed to Rebecca White Body at grants@eccfwi.org.
  • Interested donors and partners can contact Sue Bornick at suebornick@eccfwi.org.