Covid-19 Information

AMENDED SAFER AT HOME ORDER EXTENDED UNTIL MARCH 5

Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday issued her 22nd supplemental emergency proclamation extending the Safer at Home Order that includes a statewide mask requirement. Individuals will be required to wear a mask or other facial covering when in public and in close contact with other people, as described in the order. This order extends until Friday, March 5, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. Everything remains the same.

Find out more at https://governor.alabama.gov/newsroom/2020/12/governor-ivey-extends-safer-at-home-order/

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How you can help

UWSWA has established United Way of Southwest Alabama COVID-19 Relief Fund to provide additional resources for the agencies and clients they serve. If you would like to help, you may do so through the channels listed below:

Covid-19 Partner Agency Allocations

AIDS Alabama South was allocated a $10,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

American Red Cross  South Alabama Chapter was allocated $5,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Big Brothers Big Sisters South Alabama was allocated $6,818 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama was allocated a total of $5,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Alabama was allocated a total of $10,818 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Mobile was allocated $8,318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Crittenton Youth Center was allocated $8,318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Drug Education Council was allocated $7,231.09 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Dumas Wesley Community Center was allocated $8,318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama was allocated $8,31 from the Covid-19  Community Crisis Fund.

Housing First was allocated $10,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Lifeline Counseling Services was allocated $10,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

McKemie Place was allocated $17,318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Ozanam Charity Pharmacy was allocated $2,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Penelope House was allocated $5,818 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Sickle Cell Disease Association – Mobile Chapter was allocated $10,000 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama was allocated $18,318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Via Health, Fitness and Enrichment Center was allocated $8.318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Victory Health Partners was allocated $8.318 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Wilmer Hall Children’s Home was allocated $8.700 from the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Covid-19 Relief Donations

The Petters Foundation donated $100,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

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The Mobile County Commission donated $50,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

The Arnold Foundation through United Ways of Alabama donated $28,274.13 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Alabama Power Foundation donated $24,600 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund

Hancock Whitney Bank donated $20,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Found

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The Daniel Foundation donated $16,156 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

United Way Worldwide donated $15,488 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Wells Fargo donated $15,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Truist through United Way Worldwide donated $10,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

An anonymous donor gave $10,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

The Conrad & Eugenia Armbrecht Vanguard Fund donated $5,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

The First donated $1,000 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

The First Baptist Missionary Baptist Church donated $800 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

United Way of Central Alabama provided $300 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund.

Individual donors gave $375 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund

  • Ava Bishop Barbour
  • Sherry Bishop
  • Mary Fisher
  • Tracy Coleman
  • Nicholas Sneed

Individual donors gave $1,225 to the Covid-19 Community Crisis Fund through Facebook.

  • Kathryn Coumanis
  • Charles Hyland
  • Beth Thomas
  • Roberta Athena Swann
  • Cele Cushing Cameron
  • Kelly Jarrett Kane
  • Patrick Marquis
  • Robert C. Matthews
  • Terry Fontain Bakin
  • Brent Barkin
  • Ann Jensen
  • Jeffrey Johnson

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UNITED WAY OF SOUTHWEST ALABAMA'S RESPONSE TO HURRICANE ZETA

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