TOMS RIVER – The Ocean County Board of Commissioners is providing $25 million for a grant program to help those non-profit organizations that have been assisting residents throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

"Many have also suffered financially during the pandemic as fund raising efforts had to be curtailed," Quinn said. "This grant program will help cover the costs of expenses incurred as a result of addressing increased community needs because of COVID 19."

The Ocean County Board of Commissioners has allocated $25 million in CARES funding to the Ocean County COVID 19 Response Non-Profit Program.

This grant program has been developed to support the response efforts of non-profit organizations working locally in Ocean County to meet the additional needs of the community created by the coronavirus pandemic.

Successful grant recipients will be based on meeting all eligibility criteria as outlined on the program webpage.