COVID-19 Information

A Message From Linda Speed, President and CEO

Dear Friends,

Our thoughts go out to all of the individuals, families, businesses and communities that have been impacted by COVID-19 (Coronavirus). I wanted to make you aware that the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana is closely monitoring the situation and its effect on our region.

While our office is currently open to the public, we are still working remotely and rotating staff time in the office to ensure that we continue to serve you and our community. We understand this is a difficult time and hope you’ll use the resources available on our website (see below), contact us via email, or leave a voicemail for the appropriate staff person and we will return your message at our earliest convenience.

It is our promise to serve as this community’s philanthropic partner, resource and steward. That promise continues to apply, especially during times like these. Over the next several weeks, CFSI will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates, when necessary, on our website and social media platforms.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 812-948-4662.

Please continue to check here for updates.

Assistance for Individuals

If you’ve lost your job or need other assistance, please contact:

WorkOne 812-948-6102
File unemployment benefits, claim and look for other employment. Click here to file unemployment online.

Hope Southern Indiana(812) 948-9248
Housing assistance and food pantry.

Center for Lay Ministries (812) 282-0063
Food pantry and other services

Community Action of Southern Indiana (812) 288-6451
Housing assistance and food pantry

Salvation Army(812) 944-1018
Food needs

Develop New Albany (812) 941-0018
Assistance for service industry workers

If you have questions about the Foundation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact Crystal Gunther at 812-984-4662 or

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