COVID-19 Charitable Distribution 2020

Just as COVID-19 brought the Green Mountain state to a near standstill in the spring of 2020, directly affecting thousands of Vermonters, Vermont Mutual responded with prompt distribution of a large portion of the relief funds immediately to the Vermont Foodbank and the Vermont Community Foundation. The two charitable institutions were chosen for the well established infrastructures and their ability to effectively assist fellow Vermonters in need.

In addition to the $1,000,000 directed to COVID-19 relief, the company also created an Auto Premium Payback Program, which resulted in nearly $5 million in premium payback to its customers.

Additional charitable organizations that received a portion of the COVID-19 relief funds include:

Ainsworth Public Library
Amercian National Red Cross
ANEW Place
Barnards Center for the Arts
Barre Historical Society
Barre Opera House
Boys and Girls Club of Burlington Inc
Cancer Patient Support Program
Central Vermont Adult Basic Education
Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice
Central Vermont Humane Society
Central Vermont Medical Center
ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
EDD Adaptive Sports
Essex Rotary
Girls On The Run
Global Campuses Foundation
Good Beginnings
Grace Family Health & Hospital
Green Mountain United Way
Groundworks Collaborative
Heaton House
Kellogg Hubbard Library
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Lost Nation Theater
Magic Mountain Child Care Center
Mercy Connection
Montpelier Alive
Montpelier Foundation Inc
Montpelier Rotary
Pathways of Vermont
People's Health and Wellness Clinic
Prevent Child Abuse
Scrag Mountain Music Center
Southwestern Vermont Health Care
Spectrum Youth Family Services
Telehealth Access for Seniors - Vermont
Twin Valley Seniors, Inc.
Upper Valley Haven
Vermont Adult Learning
Vermont Elks Charities
Vermont Granite Museum
Washington County Youth Service Bureau

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