(Columbia)–The Shelter Insurance Foundation board has allocated 1.5-million dollars to help with crisis relief in the communities Shelter serves. The Foundation approved offering a one-thousand dollar donation per agent and five-thousand dollars per regional office to area charities working to respond to local COVID-19 needs. Mike Anthony, the Shelter Insurance agent in Waynesville, has earmarked his one-thousand dollar donation for the Good Samaritan of the Ozarks Food Bank in Waynesville. Crocker Shelter Insurance agent Tony Loehr is making a one-thousand dollar donation to the Crocker Senior Center food program. Derek Rollins, the Shelter Insurance Agent in Dixon, is giving his one thousand dollar donation to the Dixon Caring Center food program for families in need. And Dave Howlett, the Shelter Insurance agent in Richland, is giving his one thousand dollar donation to the Blessings in a Backpack weekend food program for Richland Elementary children.