Range Launches Community Stimulus Package

Apr 06, 2020

Company commits to more than $100,000 in community funding

Community Stimulus Package InfographicDue to COVID-19 response, our front line community partners have been stretched thin and in need of resources because so many of our neighbors need help during this unheralded time. Today, we are hoping to help those that need it the most launching the Range Resources Community Stimulus Package, which includes our senior population as well as our youth.

This financial assistance program will provide more than $100,000 to non-profits across our footprint, including Louisiana, Pennsylvania and Texas. We are pulling funding ahead for our community partners and providing additional resources to address their immediate and critical needs.

On top of the stimulus package, Range has already donated protective health supplies to the Washington Health System and computers to Bentworth School District for students to be able to participate in remote learning.

This pandemic has made it clear how essential our non-profits are, but more importantly, how fortunate we are to have them within our communities.  We hope our commitment today can help provide better days in the future for our neighbors.

Range Resources Community Stimulus Package Details

  • Food insecurity/basic needs: $37,600
  • Healthcare: $22,500
  • Education support for children: $25,500
  • Employment resources: $7,500
  • Domestic Violence Services: $5,000
  • Support for seniors: $3,500
  • Humane animal treatment: $500

If you would like to get involved or know someone who may need an extra hand during this time please see the resource center below for more information. We hope everyone continues to be safe, and our team is looking forward to seeing all of you again once it is safe to do so. 

Resource Center

City Mission
City Mission needs monetary, food, clothing and furniture donations. Please visit their website here to learn how and where you can donate.

Dress for Success
Due to event cancellations and the pending elimination of the statewide PA Workwear program, the need for financial support is more critical now than ever before to our mission to empower women entering the workforce. Become a member of the Monthly Giving Club (MGC) by selecting recurring contribution here. Make a one-time contribution to Dress for Success Pittsburgh here. If you or a woman you know are in need of clothing and/or shoes for new roles in healthcare or other essential functions, or need professional development resources during this time of uncertainty, please call 412-201-4204 or email

Greater Washington County Food Bank
The Greater Washington County Food Bank needs emergency donations including monetary, unopened bulk food and paper products, health and beauty products, boxes and packing tape in large quantities. Please visit their website here for information on how to donate.

Transitional Paths to Independent Living (TRPIL) is in need of personal protective equipment such as hand sanitizer, gloves and masks for their 1,100 personal care attendants assisting with Home Care and Nursing Transition programs. You may visit the website for contact information and how to donate here.

United Way of Washington County
Please be aware that the United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline is available to all those seeking assistance with basic needs, including needs related to the COVID-19 crisis. To learn more about how 2-1-1 can help you, or to donate to the program, visit the 2-1-1 website here.

Washington County Community Foundation
You can donate to the Close to Home Disaster and Emergency Fund  which provides grants to human service organizations serving Washington County here.

Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth
The Ronald McDonald House is operating its Meals from the Heart program during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can learn more or contribute here.

MedCamps of Louisiana
The mission of MedCamps is to improve the health and wellness of people living with chronic illness and disabilities through unique recreational and educational camping experiences. You can learn more here.

Joe LeBlanc Food Pantry, Minden, LA
To learn more or contribute to the food pantry, visit their website here.