Molina Healthcare donates $26K to Mississippi nonprofits for COVID-19 relief

JACKSON, Miss. — Molina Healthcare of Mississippi is donating $26,000 to 12 nonprofit organizations across the state to support families during COVID-19 relief efforts.

The grants will help the nonprofits stock their food pantries so that Mississippians can safely pick-up meals and other resources during the pandemic.

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“We value the relationships with our community partners year-round, and it is a blessing to be able to collaborate and serve our neighbors when they need it the most,” said Bridget Galatas, plan president of Molina Healthcare of Mississippi.

She said the company is grateful to collaborate with these nonprofit organizations in aiding supplies to the community.

Molina Healthcare is providing donations to the following organizations in Mississippi:

• Aberdeen Loaves & Fishes

• Brookhaven Outreach Ministries

• Feeding by Faith (Meridian)

• Grenada Food Pantry

• Heartland Hands (Southaven)

• Manna House (Yazoo City)

• Mission Okolona Food Pantry

• My Brothers’ Keeper (Poplarville)

• Our Daily Bread (Canton)

• River City Mission Food Pantry (Vicksburg)

• Saint Gabriel Mercy Center (Mound Bayou)

• Storehouse Community Food Pantry (Vicksburg)

Molina Healthcare continues to aggressively work to support the community throughout this pandemic.

The leadership team is actively working with its executive task force in implementing and the following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and departments of health to ensure the safety of its employees.

For members seeking information about COVID-19 risk factors, this week Molina launched its Coronavirus Chatbot, an enhanced digital tool available on the Molina website, member portal, and mobile app.