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United Way releases $50K in emergency relief

That money will support organizations serving families who need help in the community.

KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. — The United Way of Greater Knoxville is releasing $50,000 of emergency relief for local non-profits.

That money will support organizations serving families who need help in the community.

The United Way is also launching the Knox County COVID-19 response fund to support nonprofits.

For those seeking to help while under quarantine, there's an online fundraiser.

People can contribute at the United Way website or by texting "KNOXCOVID" to 41444.

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