Fort Dodge Community Foundation Establishes Disaster Relief Fund
The Fort Dodge Community Foundation and United Way has established a Disaster Response Fund to address needs in Fort Dodge and Webster County in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This fund was created to support disaster response and relief efforts by government and human service agencies in
Fort Dodge and Webster County. Working in partnership with the
Webster County Emergency Operations Committee (EOC),
the fund will be in position to rapidly deploy resources to address community needs created by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
As our community and its most vulnerable populations face the effects and impact of COVID-19, the Disaster Relief Fund will provide an opportunity for the public to give with the assurance that their charitable donations will be used to quickly move resources to where they are most needed
and to adapt to evolving needs. The flexibility of the fund will ensure that the Fort Dodge community will be able to respond to needs that are not able to be met by
other federal, state and local funding sources.
The Fort Dodge Community Foundation
will match every donation
50 cents on every dollar donated up to a limit of $80,000;
the goal being to raise a minimum of $120,000 and possibly more.
People who are interesting in making donations
to this fund can do so by making a check payable to:
F.D. Community Foundation and United Way / Disaster Response Fund
Mail to: FD Community Foundation
24 N. 9th Street, Suite B
Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501
The Fort Dodge Community Foundation and United Way
is a Section 501(c)3 nonprofit public charity and donations may qualify for a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.
For questions about this fund,
please call the Fort Dodge Community Foundation and
United Way at 515-573-3179 or they can email
the Fort Dodge Community Foundation at
People who wish to donate need to call the Fort Dodge Community Foundation at 515-955-8880 for instructions