BOSTON – Boston City Councilor Ed Flynn, City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty, along with other members of the South Boston Delegation – Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, State Senator Nick Collins, and Representative David Biele- announced that Mayor Walsh and the City of Boston Resiliency Fund have awarded a second round of grant funding for the South Boston Association of Non-Profits.

This funding is geared toward critical and essential services, such as food access, to Boston residents most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including our seniors, low income families, and persons with disabilities.

Senator Collins said,“This represents a continued collaboration between Mayor Walsh, the South Boston elected officials, and the South Boston Association of Non-Profits. During these challenging times, our service providers have been a lifeline to those in need. Thank you to Mayor Walsh and our City Councilors, Michael Flaherty and Ed Flynn, for their leadership and advocacy on behalf of the South Boston community.”

Representative Biele said, “These resources from the City of Boston’s Resiliency Fund will provide food access for families and seniors during these challenging times. Thank you to Mayor Walsh, Councilor Flynn and Councilor Flaherty for their support, and to the South Boston Association of Non-Profits for providing these important services to residents. I’m proud to work with colleagues in government and service providers to support those in need.”

For more information, please contact Councilor Flynn’s office at 617-635-3203 and  [email protected].

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