CARES Act Funding for Mid and Northern Michigan Announced

May 6, 2020
Press Release

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced $200 million for communities across the country to help “local service organizations that provide critical resources to people with economic emergencies, which include our hungry and homeless populations.” The funding is part of the CARES Act that passed Congress on March 27.

“This funding will help take care of vulnerable people in mid and northern Michigan,” said Congressman John Moolenaar, who voted for the CARES Act in March. “The crisis has increased food and shelter concerns for many people in our state and this will help address those issues with funding for local organizations who know our communities well."

Funding for the 15 counties in the Fourth Congressional District is below.

Clare County $20,796

Clinton County $34,799

Gladwin County $16,655

Gratiot County $22,554

Isabella County $39,447

Mecosta County $24,729

Midland County $43,946

Missaukee County $9,594

Montcalm County $32,565

Ogemaw County $15,523

Osceola County $12,930

Roscommon County $16,506

Saginaw County $119,234

Shiawassee County $40,519

Wexford County $19,485

For more information, please see the press release from FEMA.