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INDIANAPOLIS — If you work for a not-for-profit organization in Marion County, you’re now eligible to get more protective equipment.

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Tuesday that the city is teaming up with the United Way of Central Indiana to expand their PPE Restart Program, to include non-profits. Hogsett says it’s thanks to $2 million in funding from the CARES Act.

“Non-profits can now apply, in the form of grants of up to $5,000, on a first-come, first-serve basis,” Hogsett said. “From educational, religious and philanthropic organizations, all the way to the caretakers of our most historic institutions in arts and culture and social welfare.”

“Any registered non-for-profit organization in Marion County can apply for reimbursement, or products to help keep its environment clean, safe and sanitized for employees, customers, and clients,” said Ann Murtlow, the President/CEO of United Way of Central Indiana.

Organizations can apply now through August 15 at