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The school closures, quarantines, cancellations, and social distancing during the pandemic created stress and isolation for people of all ages, but put unique pressure on youth. Philanthropy has already stepped up to the plate to help with many recovery efforts for Vermont children and teens, but the challenge is far from over and it's important to keep the momentum going. Here are three ways funders can help. 

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Philanthropy in the Age of the American Rescue Plan Act: Three ways donors can help strengthen and improve the recovery

The roughly $2.7 billion that the American Rescue Plan Act has allocated to Vermont creates unique opportunities for philanthropists to jump in and deepen the impact of these historic public investments.

Read the brief "Philanthropy in the Age of the American Rescue Plan Act: Three ways donors can help strengthen and improve the recovery" »