Use of Funding
The programs listed below address negative economic impacts by providing assistance to households, small businesses, and nonprofits, as well as aid to industries like tourism, travel, and hospitality.
Program Specific Funding Detail
The table below displays programs funded by both the American Rescue Plan Act Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (ARPA CSLFRF), and Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Coronavirus Relief Fund (CARES CRF).
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The Pima Early Education Program has been making a difference in local schools throughout the county. See how this program is making a difference for Tucson Unified School District here.
CARES CRF was used to support businesses throughout Pima County. 271 grants, totaling over $3.2 million, helped keep small businesses open and provide meals through local food pantries. Many local restaurants used the funding to support expanded outdoor seating, hire/re-hire staff, increase operational support, and enhance COVID-19 mitigation strategies. Food Pantry Support allowed for expanded provision of food boxes to individuals and families, facility modification to increase storage and distribution points, as well as enhanced coordination of resources with other non-profits. Similar stories can be found on the success story board page.