Eighty-four nonprofit organizations whose services were severely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis will share $9.7 million in grants from the Oakland Together Community Response and Recovery Fund, Oakland County Executive David Coulter said Thursday.

Coulter made the remarks at a press conference at an Oak Park warehouse for Forgotten Harvest, one of the recipients. The grants range from $4,000 to $500,000 and will help organizations restore services and programs such as food distribution, shelter, health care and financial assistance that were reduced or eliminated because of the pandemic.

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