Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Page
How Can You Help?
After Governor Northam declared a state of emergency regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), a global public health crisis, many families have experienced the impact through job loss, health issues, or other hardships.
How can you help? Make a donation to support CCHASM programs.
Your gift is extremely important because it offers immediate resources that are directed to current needs. Your contribution will help to give hope during uncertainty.
Submit your one-time payment or recurring donation below.
How Can You Get Help?
During these difficult days, we remain prepared to proactively support those in need during the outbreak. In FY 2018, CCHASM made an impact as follows:
10,560 individuals within 3,820 families received assistance from our 25 food pantries.
The total value of the food assistance our Alliance provided was $693,080.00.
$10,768 in financial assistance was provided to 40 families, which kept the lights on, the heater going and people in their homes during times of great need.
The value of this assistance truly cannot be quantified.
Families are supported through:
scheduled appointments at local church food pantries, with appropriate social distancing protocols provided by the Center for Disease Control.
Emergency financial assistance based upon program qualifications
Reinforcing collaborations and partnerships with are community-based organizations and local social services agencies
We appreciate the support for CCHASM programs and services and for those in need.
Federal, State, and Local
CCHASM serves citizens in Central Virginia including Chesterfield County, Colonial Heights, Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Hopewell, and Prince George.
CCHASM works with various partners in our service area.
Since schools have been closed throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia through the end of the FY 2020 school year, here are some helpful sites below. (Note: Sites below are not an endorsement but for information purposes only.)