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SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund has granted an additional $1.8 million to 34 nonprofit organizations helping San Diegans in need, it was announced Friday

Religious nonprofits across the country have had to pivot this year to make up for major losses in giving in person as many people are staying home because of the pandemic. And leaders of those nonprofits say needs in their communities, from helping people get food to paying their rent, have surged.

The pandemic and its economic fallout have forced nonprofits and their funders to get creative this year. As COVID-19 was officially designated as a pandemic in mid-March, nonprofits began taking stock and looking at ways to continue serving their clients and the many new clients they'd soon begin to see.