Compiled in partnership with Giving Compass, these funds include a social justice lens and/or community-based focus, but we are also including select strategic response funds.

Basic due diligence has been conducted on the listed funds confirming charitable status and good financial status; however, we recommend that all grantors conduct independent due diligence and/or consult with legal counsel prior to initiating a gift. NCFP does not endorse the organizations listed or make any representations as to their efficacy. Please contact ncfp@ncfp.org with questions or comments.

Email maggie@ncfp.org to submit a fund for consideration.

Local Funds

National, International, Issue-area, and Local Funds

ACT for Alexandria: ACT Now COVID-19 Response Fund

The demand for emergency health services, food, rent, utility, and childcare assistance as well as mental health services is anticipated. This is when we will need our service providers the most.

Adirondack Foundation: Special and Urgent Needs Fund

In response to the impacts of COVID-19 in our region, Adirondack Foundation, in partnership with the United Way of the Adirondack Region and other foundations and businesses, is activating a response fund to rapidly deploy flexible resources to help meet urgent community needs.

An initial $400,000 is available to use immediately, thanks to commitments from Adirondack Foundation, Cloudsplitter Foundation, Charles R. Wood Foundation, United Way of the Adirondack Region, Adirondack Energy’s Adirondack for Kids, Champlain National Bank and other generous donors.

The Special and Urgent Needs (SUN) Fund at Adirondack Foundation provides a way for community members to financially support vulnerable populations impacted by COVID-19-related closures and other cascading fallouts.

Grant funding will focus these critical areas of need: access to food, child care services, support for low-wage workers and the elderly, and support for nonprofits and small businesses involved in response efforts.

African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin: COVID-19 Recovery Fund

Encouraging locally owned African American businesses by addressing financial gaps that make reopening a challenge, the African American Chamber is offering recovery grants of up to 2K for businesses that meet the following criteria:

• For-profit business located within the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area (Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha counties).
• Business started operating prior to January 1, 2020 and was operating as of February 29, 2020
• Business operates in the retail, service or hospitality industries.
• Business has no more than five (5) full-time equivalent employees, including the owner.
• Business has not received federal assistance through the Federal CARES Act.
• Members AND Non-Members of the African American Chamber may apply for consideration.

AFT Education Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

All funds donated to AFTEF will be pushed back out to the field to support evolving needs such as:

• Soap and hand sanitizer;
• Personal protective equipment (for healthcare workers);
• Printers for teachers who are now having to work from home;
• Hotspots and other technology needs;
• Books, from First Book, for students to read at home;
• School supplies for students and families;
• Meals for students in the absence of school breakfasts and lunches; and
• Financial relief for college students.

Akron Community Foundation: Community Response Fund

Akron Community Foundation's Community Response Fund for Nonprofits is rapidly providing flexible resources to area nonprofit organizations that are working on the front lines of educating, engaging and supporting individuals impacted by COVID-19 and the broader ramifications of this health crisis.

Alaska Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Funds will provide immediate and long-term support to nonprofits that serve Alaskans whose lives have been devastated by the pandemic and are essential to getting Alaska’s economy back on track. You can choose to focus your impact by giving directly to families in need or to nonprofits working on the frontlines to support the communities they serve.

Albuquerque Community Foundation: Emergency Action Fund

This Fund will provide short-term, unrestricted funding to support operations of organizations that are struggling with immediate lost revenue and non-recoverable expenses due to COVID-19.

All In Seattle: COVID-19 Fund

We are supporting organizations that directly serve Pierce and Snohomish county. Now, during this national emergency, providing meals, money, and other resources to our neighbors is critical.

Alliance for a Just Society: One Fair Wage Emergency Fund

Tipped workers and other service workers were already struggling. In this crisis, they need our help. One Fair Wage Emergency Fund is providing cash assistance to restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers and more who need the money they aren’t getting to survive.

Alliance for Education: Right Now Needs Fund

The fund can be leveraged to provide support for the immediate needs of students not covered by existing school budgets. Funds can be requested by any school community member and requests are approved by the school principal.

The funds can be spent on addressing the basic needs of students. Examples of appropriate expenditures include warm clothing, adequate food, shelter, and necessary school supplies.

Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations: Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund

The United Way of Illinois and the Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations, in collaboration with the Office of Governor JB Pritzker, are establishing the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund to raise funds from individual, corporate, and foundation donors to be disbursed to nonprofit organizations across the state serving individuals, families and communities hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Amalgamated Foundation: Frontline Workers Fund

The Fund is specifically designed to provide financial support to those critical workers at the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis. Nurses, health care workers, grocery workers, cleaning service workers, food service workers, laundry workers in hospitals and retail workers, amongst others are being asked to come forward to serve their country and Amalgamated is proud to stand in support of their needs.

Resources will go to support:

- Providing health benefits, childcare and other needs for workers who have lost their jobs
- Supplement existing efforts to ensure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are reaching nurses and all workers who need them
- Support for workers including domestic workers, grocery and restaurant workers who may be forced into quarantine or need extended paid leave
- Assist with access alternative housing or transportation for frontline workers who are self-isolating to protect the community

American Nurses Foundation: Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses

Nurses are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response. The Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses enables the public to support and thank nurses. The national fund will address the current and emerging needs of nurses and will focus on:

• Providing direct financial assistance to nurses
• Supporting the mental health of nurses – today and in the future
• Ensuring nurses everywhere have access to the latest science-based information to protect themselves, prevent infection, and care for those in need
• Driving the national advocacy focused on nurses and patients

AnitaB.org: Tech Journey Scholarship Fund

Donate now on the AnitaB.org donation page and help us raise $500,000 to support over 750 aspiring tech women impacted by COVID-19. Be sure to include “Tech Journey Scholarship” in the designation field when submitting your donation.

Arizona Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

The Arizona COVID-19 Community Response Fund will support Arizona nonprofit organizations as they respond to the spread of COVID-19 and the local needs of Arizona communities.

Arkansas Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

In the short term, the fund provides rapid-response mini-grants grants to nonprofit organizations working on the front lines. This critical funding enables them to maintain operations and support the increased demand for services. In the intermediate term, the fund awards Phase Two Adaptation Grants between $5,000 and $25,000 to nonprofits and community organizations. These larger grants will focus on addressing the ongoing economic needs of Arkansans affected by the pandemic and shoring up critical systems in our state, such as healthcare, emergency food distribution, schools, etc.

Arlington Community Foundation: Prompt Response Fund

To meet the urgent challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak in Arlington, we are focusing our Prompt Response Fund exclusively on support to nonprofit organizations who are on the front lines with clients, patients, and residents impacted by the health crisis. This includes organizations focused on:

•emergency food needs
•health needs for the uninsured or underinsured, and
•support for hourly workers displaced from their wage-earning positions.

Arts for Illinois: Relief Fund

The Arts for Illinois Relief Fund provides financial relief to workers and organizations in the creative industries impacted by COVID-19. This includes all artists and artisans, including stage and production members and part-time cultural workers, and large to small arts organizations in all disciplines. Donations to the fund will go directly to artists and arts organizations throughout Illinois. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Asian Pacific Environmental Network: COVID-19 Emergency Community Fund

APEN has organized a COVID-19 Emergency Community Fund to ensure the working class Asian immigrants and refugees in our communities have what they need to stay home and stay healthy during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Aspen Community Foundation: COVID-19 Regional Response Fund

ACF is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on the community, particularly on our vulnerable neighbors. We are coordinating with our counties’ public health and human services departments, school districts, family resource centers, food pantries, and other nonprofit partners to identify and respond to specific needs as they arise.

Athens Area Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

With the support of community leaders and data-driven specialists, the Athens Area Community Foundation will be able to deploy financial support to the organizations meeting needs of our community members impacted by COVID-19. United Way of Northeast Georgia and other grant reviewers will assess the needs of our region and the corresponding organizations providing emergency services. This strategy will help guide financial support to area nonprofits throughout the coming months.

Atlanta Public Schools: Get Our Kids Connected

APS has partnered with Comcast to launch the Get Our Kids Connected initiative to support low-income families. Through its Internet Essentials program, Comcast will work with APS to solicit financial support from individuals and organizations to sponsor students with low-cost, high-speed internet and computers.

Atlanta Women's Foundation: COVID-19 Grantee Partner Emergency Fund

Your contributions will be distributed to vetted organizations with a proven track record of assisting women and girls in need.

Attleboro YMCA: Stronger Together Fund

Funds will be quickly deployed to local nonprofits to support food pantries, provide child care, and provide emergency cash assistance to help our neighbors in need with rent payments, medical care, and utility costs. A portion of the funds will also support local nonprofits operationally, so that they can survive this crisis and continue to serve our community long into the future.

Bainbridge Community Foundation: Community Response Fund

Nonprofits can apply to the Community Response Fund, and if accepted, receive funding quickly to help meet the urgent needs of our community in the face of a COVID-19 outbreak. We are particularly concerned about older members of the community who could run into obstacles with self-quarantining.

Baltimore Community Foundation: COVID-19 Evolving Community Needs Fund

The Fund is focused on reaching especially vulnerable populations and youth whose educational outcomes could be seriously impacted by the closure of schools and childcare centers. BCF also invested in several nonprofits that have been critical to neighborhoods’ economic development and will be much needed in the recovery process.

Barry Community Foundation: Extreme Community Needs Fund

The fund shall be used to provide pass through funding for special needs in Barry County during troubled economic times to help our families and children in need.

Baton Rouge Area Foundation: Emergency Relief Fund

The Foundation has established the emergency relief fund to make grants to nonprofits that are experiencing a surge in demand for services. The staff gathers data and information to make sure that the money from the Emergency Relief Fund takes care of the greatest immediate needs.

Beckley Area Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

CERF is designed to complement the work of local public health, nonprofit and government entities, and to expand local capacity to support individuals and families experiencing hardship because of the outbreak and related closures and disruptions.

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation: Neighbor to Neighbor Fund

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation is actively working with our network of generous partners around our four-county region to raise resources and get help to nonprofits and vulnerable neighbors during this outbreak.

Bethel Community Services Foundation: YK Delta COVID-19 Response Fund

The goal of the YK Delta COVID-19 Response Fund is to offer financial assistance to nonprofits and community service providers on the front lines assisting individuals in our region who are facing imminent eviction, homelessness and/or food insecurity, individuals who require emergency shelter, and other areas of immediate need resulting from COVID-19. Additionally, this fund will support the dissemination of critical and timely news and information regarding health and safety concerns during this pandemic.

Billings Community Foundation: Billings Emergency Relief Fund

The Fund will provide flexible resources to 501(c)3 organizations in Yellowstone County and surrounding rural communities working with citizens who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic consequences of this pandemic.

The Fund is designed to complement the work of public health officials and expand local nonprofit capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak pandemic as efficiently as possible.

The Fund's first priority and focus is to distribute grants to nonprofit organizations providing disaster relief efforts and serving economically vulnerable children, families, and seniors impacted by COVID-19.

Black Belt Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

This COVID19 Emergency Response Fund will deploy resources to address first hand the challenges of the coronavirus outbreak in the Black Belt region of Alabama.

Black Hills Area Community Foundation: Disaster Recovery Fund

The purpose of the Black Hills Disaster Recovery Fund A field of interest fund to provide emergency support, disaster relief and recovery, and disaster mitigation in the Black Hills region.

Black Resilience Fund

Our goal for July is to raise $400,000, which will empower us to provide real & tangible support to 1,000 more of our neighbors. A portion of all donations made to Brown Hope for the BRF in July will be dedicated to the Black Resilient Futures Fund, with a goal of bringing paid staff to help sustain the impact of our work. Since June 1st, the Black Resilience Fund has provided $704,969.81 in immediate support for Black Portlanders, including a warm meal, groceries, and unpaid bills.

Blessings International: USA COVID-19 Relief Fund

Monies brought into Blessings International's USA COVID-19 Relief Fund are used to bestow gift-in kind donations of crucial medicines to certain charitable clinics across the USA, who in turn give these free medicines to individuals in their hour of need.

Blue Grass Community Foundation: Coronavirus Response Fund

To date, the Coronavirus Response Fund has awarded more than $620,000 in charitable grants to fund organizations and programs in our joint service region with strong experience working to provide residents with access to food, prescriptions/healthcare and other childcare and basic needs. The fund is designed to complement the work of local public health, nonprofit, and government entities, and to expand local capacity to support individuals and families experiencing hardship because of the outbreak and related closures and disruptions.

Blue Mountain Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

During this time of uncertainty and increasing isolation, BMCF plans to make grants rapidly as we learn of community needs. Join us to grow this fund of flexible dollars to cover unforeseen needs for people such as senior citizens, children, families with young children, and for first responders and health care providers.

Borealis Philanthropy: COVID-19 Collective Fund for Trans Communities

Some examples of activities that may be supported by this collective’s grantmaking include, but are not limited to:

• Mutual aid and care support networks
• Healing and virtual wellness spaces
• Online/virtual programming needs
• Living stipends for members and/or staff
• Survival needs i.e. food, rent support, shelter, utilities
• Organizing and advocacy

Branch County Community Foundation: Forever Fund

Housing assistance for homeless in Branch County
Food insecurities
Rental assistance
Utility assistance
Gas cards
Hygiene products
Minutes for phone plans, specially for those who those with mental health needs working with telehealth / telephonic care.
Operating funds for non-profits

Brandywine Health Foundation: Healthcare and Economic Relief Fund

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic brings clearly into focus the pre-existing disparities that exists coupled with the physical vulnerability and the economic hardship created by the close of businesses and the loss of employment opportunities for many in our community who survive from paycheck to paycheck. The Healthcare & Economic Relief Fund focuses on communities that were already left behind pre-COVID.

BrazilFoundation: Together Against COVID-19

We are supporting organizations working to contain the coronavirus and the effects of the pandemic in vulnerable communities.

Bread and Roses Community Fund: Solidarity Fund for COVID-19 Organizing

The pandemic and its economic fallout are landing hardest on those communities already targeted by systems of oppression: people of color, poor people, immigrants, people with disabilities, incarcerated people, people experiencing homelessness, and other marginalized communities.

Preventing further tragedy requires community organizing for social, racial, and economic justice. Only through organizing can we work effectively for a just and humane response from governments, corporations, and other institutions. The groups that do this work mostly operate on shoestring budgets at the best of times. With the economic shutdown, many of their donors can’t give. Most are not eligible for the other philanthropic programs responding to this crisis.

Brooklyn Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The fund focuses on local organizations who are working at the frontlines to provide health, economic, and social services for communities disproportionately affected by coronavirus, especially communities of color.

Brown County Community Foundation: Rapid Response Fund

For over 25 years, the Brown County Community Foundation has provided grant dollars to support vital efforts in our local community. From our earliest days, we have worked together with partners across the community to improve healthcare, to support education, and to advance quality of life efforts. We care deeply for the people of this county, just as those pioneers before us. It is with this tradition in mind and a sense of responsibility to those who work on the ground every day providing vital – even life-saving – services that the BCCF has created the Brown County Rapid Response Fund.

Building Changes: Washington State Student and Youth Homelessness COVID-19 Response Fund

The fund will be getting flexible dollars into the hands of school districts and community organizations so that they can respond to the urgent needs of students and young people who are experiencing homelessness.

Here are examples of what the fund will help support:

-Financial assistance for housing, food, and basic needs
-Computer/hardware equipment for school and work
-Internet/Wi-Fi access
-Motel/hotel rooms for safe shelter and to allow social distancing
-Hygiene, cleaning supplies, and personal protective equipment

California Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund will support community needs identified by our partners in health, housing, education and immigration, and will aid impacted individuals through our Pass It Along Fund.

California Community Foundation: LA Arts COVID-19 Relief Fund

The fund will provide emergency operating support and recovery grants to small and mid-size museums and nonprofit arts organizations that contribute so significantly to the region’s cultural and artistic diversity and are struggling with the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis.

Cape Cod Community Foundation: Strategic Emergency Response Fund

This fund will provide resources in the near and longer-term to support the continued operation of vital Cape Cod nonprofit organizations as we address the evolving impacts of COVID-19, and other future emergencies, on the health, economy, and vitality of our community. The Strategic Emergency Response Fund compliments the efforts of those providing immediate aid and relief by providing needed operational support to local nonprofits during and after this challenging time.

Capital Region Community Foundation: COVID-19 Nonprofit Support

The Community Foundation will be extending invitations to human services agencies to apply for a grant. Qualified agencies will be those that provide food, shelter, medical and mental health care, and support for the homeless. The Community Foundation will deploy multiple waves of grants based on the timing of agency needs.

Catholic Foundation of Michigan: Catholic Faithful Response Fund for COVID-19

Our committee will prioritize grant requests focused on providing the most immediate and critical food and emergency relief to the most marginalized populations in our community. Ministries and social service centers in the area are stretched on staffing resources and are in need of our support. Vulnerable and marginalized people who were already at risk are facing even further insecurity. Your donations to this emergency funding campaign support ministries, schools and parishes, allowing them to increase their services to meet basic human needs and address unexpected financial hardships.

Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund for Cattaraugus County

A centralized fund has been created to deploy flexible resources to community-based nonprofit organizations working with communities that are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, the economic consequences of the outbreak and community and organizational recovery.

CDC Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

Funds raised by the CDC Foundation through our Emergency Response Fund will be used to meet fast-emerging needs identified by CDC to help respond to the public health threat posed by coronavirus. These include additional support for state and local health departments, support for the global response, logistics, communications, data management, personal protective equipment, critical response supplies and more.

CDP: COVID-19 Response Fund

The CDP COVID-19 Response Fund will focus on supporting local nonprofit organizations working in areas identified as having high numbers of affected individuals and those who are working with the most vulnerable populations in these areas to help build their capacity for response. These will include social service organizations focused on supporting hourly wage earners, workers in the gig economy, immigrant/New American populations, older adults, people with disabilities and other communities vulnerable to the physical health, mental health and economic impacts of the pandemic.

Center for Cultural Innovation: East Bay/Oakland Relief Fund for Individuals in the Arts

Together, the East Bay/Oakland Relief Fund for Individuals in the Arts is distributing $625,000 to help the region’s artists, teaching artists, culture bearers, and nonprofit arts workers who comprise the various and diverse cultural communities of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, with dedicated support for those in the City of Oakland.

Center for Popular Democracy: Community Solidarity Fund

The fund supports rapid response work in this crisis moment, including direct relief to impacted individuals, and long-term organizing to address the root causes of the pandemic’s disproportionate impact and the systemic injustices brought to light by our government’s response. We are committed to responding to this moment with agility, flexibility, and transparency.

Central Carolina Community Foundation: Midlands Community Response Fund

The Midlands Community Response Fund: COVID-19 will provide resources to nonprofit organizations in our region working with priority groups, including senior citizens, individuals who are health compromised, part-time and/or seasonal workers, and individuals who are housing insecure in our 11-county service areas of Calhoun, Clarendon, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

Central Carolina Community Foundation: One SC Fund: COVID-19 Response

The One SC Fund is currently activated to fund statewide COVID-19 response efforts. The funds will be used to respond to food, shelter, health, and nonprofit sustainability needs stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. The One SC Fund: COVID-19 Response is a partnership between SC Grantmakers Network, TogetherSC, and the United Way Association of SC. The fund will be held at Central Carolina Community Foundation.

Central Florida Foundation: ALICE Recovery Fund

The focus of the fund is to support the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) population experiencing hardship due to decreased hours or unpaid leave. Nearly half of Central Floridians are ALICE, living paycheck to paycheck. Donations made to here will be used to support the most vulnerable populations in our community and provide relief throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Specifically for those facing financial hardship due to this pandemic, the ALICE Fund provides rent, mortgage and utility assistance to help prevent eviction and homelessness. All financial support directed to this fund will be used to provide basic needs to ALICE families in Central Florida.

Central Indiana Community Foundation: Neighbor Relief Fund for Marion County

In alignment with CICF’s mission, organizations serving marginalized neighborhoods and/or communities of color with programs and/or services that are easily accessible and designed with resident feedback will be prioritized.

Central Kansas Community Foundation: Central Kansas Community Relief Fund

The needs are emerging with each passing day, we want to be equipped to respond to 1) Short-Term/Immediate needs, 2) Mid-Term Evaluation Period and 3) Long-Term Community Recovery and Resiliency. Together we will serve needs better.

Central Kentucky Community Foundation: Central Kentucky Cares

Central Kentucky Cares Fund will rapidly deploy resources through nonprofit organizations to support people directly affected by the COVD-19 crisis. The goal of this Fund is to attract and provide financial assistance to help communities, households, and people who are disproportionately impacted by the virus and its economic consequences.

Central Montana Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

This fund will help non-profits and tax-exempt organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Central New York Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Support Fund

The COVID-19 Community Support Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in Central New York working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the economic consequences of this outbreak. This fund is a partnership of the Central New York Community Foundation, United Way of Central New York, Allyn Foundation, the City of Syracuse and Onondaga County.

Central Susquehanna Community Foundation: Disaster Relief Fund

The Central Susquehanna Community Foundation announced the first round of grants awarded from the Disaster Relief Fund in response to the current pandemic and resulting effects on the Central Susquehanna region.

Central Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Fund

The Central Valley Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund will receive donations and make emergency grants to nonprofit organizations that have deep roots and strong experience supporting impacted communities, particularly those that are disproportionately affected by this global pandemic and its economic consequences. Grant funding will focus on three critical areas: food security, support for healthcare workers, and coordinated communications strategies.

CERF+ The Artists Safety Net: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund is essential to our rapid and effective response to those artists who are suffering severe health impacts from the coronavirus, ensuring that CERF+ has the funds necessary to respond to this unprecedented crisis.

Charlevoix County Community Foundation: Urgent Needs Fund

Basic needs like food, clothing, heat, and housing should be available to everyone in Charlevoix County. Providing support for friends and neighbors in need has always been a priority for the Community Foundation.

Charlotte Community Foundation: Hand Up Grant (HUG) Response to COVID-19 Emergency Fund

Donations made through CCF’s Hands Up Grant (HUG) will be used to provide financial assistance to those affected by job or income loss, specifically the most vulnerable in our community.

Charlottesville Area Community Foundation: Community Emergency Response Fund

Hosted by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, the Community Emergency Response Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in Central Virginia helping to alleviate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund will operate in partnership with local governments, schools, and the private sector to address current and emerging needs and strategically fill gaps in support.

Chesapeake Charities: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The COVID-19 Relief Fund will assist people living in affordable housing units managed by our affiliated funds along the East Coast of the United States.

Chester County Community Foundation: COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund

Nonprofits that provide basic needs such as food, access to healthcare, and financial stability support have an immediate increased need for flexible, unrestricted funding to meet heightened needs. We envision three funding priority levels: Front line grants, service challenged grants and collateral damage grants.

Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund: COVID-19 Response

Every dollar counts:
$2,500 pays for a month of rent for a family of four that must self-quarantine and where the parents are wage earners who cannot work from home.

$1,500 covers a month of rent on a 1-bedroom apartment for a single parent who has to stay home to take care of a child due to school closures.

$1,000 pays for a studio apartment for a veteran whose place of employment is temporarily or permanently closed.

$500 covers a month of meals for three children who can no longer access free lunch at school.

$250 covers a utility bill so a family can keep the lights on for a month, even when the parents’ hours have been drastically cut back.

City of Boston: Boston Artist Relief Fund

The fund will be open for, but not limited to, the following uses: recouping financial losses due to cancelled events, reimbursement for travel expenses, offsetting loss of income for teaching artists, support for artists working full or part-time in the service industry.

City of Boston: Boston Resiliency Fund

he emerging priorities of the Boston Resiliency Fund are to provide food to Boston's children and seniors, technology to Boston Public Schools students for remote learning, and support to first responders and healthcare workers so they can effectively do their job. While we are focused on basic needs and critical services, we recognize that this crisis is evolving quickly -- the priorities of this fund may change as the needs of Boston residents evolve.

City of New York: COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

In response, Mayor de Blasio has charged the Mayor’s Fund with activating the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to provide resources and support to:

Health care workers and essential staff
Local small businesses
Displaced hourly workers, including immigrant workers
Families, youth, and vulnerable New Yorkers

Cleveland Foundation: Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund

The Greater Cleveland COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund was established on March 18, 2020, to complement the work of public health officials and expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible. The Rapid Response Fund will provide grant awards on a rolling basis to nonprofit organizations in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties.

CMS Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

We’re providing 6,000 hotspots and prepaid internet service to students without home connectivity. In addition to increasing student connectivity, we’ll be working with district leaders and support staff to identify critical family needs and help get funds where they’re needed most. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will also be providing grab-and-go meals for students at select schools sites.

Coalition for the Homeless: COVID-19 Crisis Response

The Coalition is continually monitoring the status of resources available for homeless New Yorkers, including food, shelter and other services. The Coalition’s Grand Central Food Program, which distributes nutritional meals and other emergency items to 1,000 people on the street each and every night, will continue operations

Coastal Bend Community Foundation: Mayor's Disaster Recovery Fund

The guiding principle of the Mayor’s Disaster Recovery Fund is to assess need in terms of demands for services and the cash on hand of nonprofits focused on food and housing along with the potential to receive state or federal monies, and the overall financial condition of the entity. Should headway be made in these areas through the funding donated, then it is hoped to have sufficient donations to allow the fund to expand into supporting childcare and medical services.

Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina: COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Fund

This Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in our region working with priority groups, including senior citizens, children, health-compromised, and workers in the hospitality and tourism industry in our nine-county service area of Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Hampton and Horry counties.

Cobb Community Foundation: Cobb COVID-19 Community Response Fund

The Cobb COVID-19 Community Response Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations meeting critical needs in Cobb. Charitable grants will assist organizations and programs working to provide residents with access to food, prescriptions/healthcare, childcare and basic needs. Our goal is to expand local capacity by supporting the nonprofits helping individuals and families experiencing hardship because of the outbreak, related closures and disruptions.

Colorado Farm and Food Systems Response: COVID-19 Response Fund

Based on our findings from round one, we have updated our application and funding guidelines to focus on:

• Existing losses or costs due to COVID-19
• Funds necessary to support business model pivots
• Intermediaries supporting producers across regional food systems

Colorectal Cancer Alliance: Care During COVID-19 Fund

Together, our generous supporters have donated an incredible $322,138 to our Care During COVID-19 Fund, which has allowed the Alliance to help those in most need 34,598 times in just three months. From our Helpline and Clinical Trial Finder to the daily digital chats and our financial assistance program, our patient support services have never waivered during this challenging time. Because of our community’s incredible generosity, we’ve been able to preserve (and even expand) these critical offerings to ensure we are caring for those patients and caregivers who need it most.

Combined Jewish Philanthropies: Coronavirus Emergency Fund

With your generosity, CJP and our partner organizations will provide food, financial assistance, and other services to isolated individuals and families who face severe hardships as a result of social isolation, lost wages, and health challenges.

Communities for Just Schools Fund: Education Anew Fund

The Communities for Just Schools Fund (CJSF) is hearing from our grantee partners who as grassroots organizers are canaries in the coal mine. They are the Black-led, often women-led organizations that society is comfortable leaning on for leadership and loathe to support with resources, policy, empathy, etc. CJSF’s
rapid response
to this coronavirus moment is the Education Anew Fund to support grassroots organizing in this moment and beyond. We are doubling down on our strategic priorities to Fund, Build, Connect, and Lead, and we are raising additional funds to (1) ensure our ongoing ability to resource the grassroots organizations that are our grantee partners, and (2) increase the resources available to the field at a moment in which organizers have no space for uncertainty.

Communities Foundation of Texas: North Texas Community Response Fund

Donations will support individuals and families who need access to food and/or healthcare, supplementing lost wages and/or housing costs or support for agencies who work with vulnerable populations such as seniors and/or homeless.

Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation: Community Emergency Needs Fund

This will be a flexible resource able to respond to the emergent needs of the residents of Coastal Georgia who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic and public health consequences of this outbreak. This fund will also support the gaps in the capacity of our existing nonprofit partners adversely affected by the impact of COVID-19.

Community Foundation Central Blue Ridge: COVID-19 Local Response Fund

100% of the contributions made to this fund will provide resources directly to the charitable organizations supporting those in our community who have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak and the consequences that follow this pandemic.

Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond: Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund

The Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund in partnership with the Emergency Management Alliance of Central Virginia and PlanRVA supports organizations that are addressing the immediate needs, longer-term effects of the pandemic, and community recovery.

Community Foundation for Brevard: Relief Fund

The following areas of need will be a focus of the Brevard COVID-19 Response:

FOOD SUPPORT: Access to food will be critical with school closings, reduced hours in some families and the closure of our senior lunch sites.
EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Families and individuals struggling with basic needs due to job loss.
FRONT-LINE, NONPROFIT AGENCIES: Funds will provide additional resources to those organizations that need to adapt their programs and services in this environment. The focus will be on working with Brevard’s most vulnerable residents needing assistance.

Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo: WNY COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Donations will enable us to rapidly deploy resources in the immediate areas of health, human services, mental health, food, childcare, transportation, and support for frontline responders. The needs are immense and time is of the essence.

Community Foundation for Greater Greensboro: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

The fund will provide financial resources to local nonprofit organizations which provide direct support to our community. These resources will supplement, not replace, other assistance. Grants from this fund will be coordinated with guidance from the United Way of Greater Greensboro, City of Greensboro, County of Guilford, and Guilford County Schools.

Community Foundation for Greater New Haven: COVID-19 Community Fund

The Community Foundation will work in partnership with United Way of Greater New Haven to proactively identify potential grant recipients, solicit guidance on potential recipients from community advisors and recommend final awards.

Community Foundation for Loudoun and Norther Fauquier Counties: Community Emergency Relief Fund

Donations will directly support the following grantmaking priorities:

•Frontline assistance to households and individuals with an emphasis on marginalized and vulnerable populations;
•Support for the human services nonprofit sector facing significant losses in income;
•Flexible grants to support collaborative approaches for the highest impact.
•Distributions are strategically made and complement government and other funders’ initiatives in our community.

Community Foundation for McHenry County: COVID-19 Response Fund

The purpose of establishing this COVID-19 Response Fund is to deploy resources to nonprofit organizations working at the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak in McHenry County. All donations made to this fund will be used to respond to the impact of this outbreak on our community.

Community Foundation for Mississippi: Mississippi Community Response and Recovery Fund

The Mississippi Community Relief and Recovery Fund supports the immediate and long-term needs of communities and organizations working on responding to emerging and extraordinary events, including COVID-19. All tax-deductible donations to the fund will support people and communities in Mississippi.

Community Foundation for Monterey County: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Donations to the fund will support community needs identified by our nonprofit partners in human services, health, housing and education, and will make grants to nonprofits providing aid to impacted individuals and families in Monterey County.

Community Foundation for Northeast Florida: Florida's First Coast Relief Fund

The Relief Fund for COVID-19 will provide much-needed resources to struggling families by supporting local organizations who deliver essential human services to residents disproportionately burdened by this public health crisis.

Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia: Coronavirus Relief Fund

This fund will allow us to distribute money to nonprofits working to help with food insufficiency, housing, healthcare and any other needs that arise.

Community Foundation for Ocala and Marion County: Marion County Hospital District COVID-19 Relief Fund

The COVID-19 Relief Fund’s intent is to assist critical nonprofits with increased demand for services due to COVID-19. Funding will be directed to nonprofits with deep roots in the community and a strong track-record serving Marion County’s vulnerable populations.

Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund will strategically deploy resources to community-based organizations that are working with communities disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Community health centers, homeless shelters, preschool and after-school programs, food pantries and others will be impacted. Other social service providers may face increases in demand for services as well. The Foundation is closely monitoring the immediate and long-term needs, local health and economic impact of COVID-19.

Community Foundation for San Benito County: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The fund will distribute resources to local nonprofits supporting those impacted by the coronavirus crisis and the economic fallout that is likely to follow.

Community Foundation for South Central New York: COVID-19 Response Fund

We know that non-profits in the entire region are facing unprecedented demands for services as the pandemic evolves, and our four most rural counties, with some of the most isolated and vulnerable communities and individuals, are in dire need of funds.

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Supports the immediate and long-term unmet needs of our community and local nonprofits, supports the urgent health-related needs, supports the critical needs of the small business community amid the crisis of COVID-19, and supports the critical needs of the regional arts and creative community.

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan: COVID-19 Relief Funds

Donors may contribute to the COVID-19 Relief Fund for Southeast Michigan to support immediate and long-term unmet needs or the Health COVID-19 Relief Fund Southeast Michigan to support the urgent health-related needs.

Community Foundation for Southern Arizona: COVID-19 Community Support Fund

Funds will be distributed to nonprofit organizations serving Arizona’s most vulnerable with a focus on providing basic human needs and access to healthcare to affected populations, including low-income individuals, residents without access to healthcare, older adults, health care workers, first responders, LGBTQ+ individuals, disabled residents, and communities of color.

Community Foundation for Southwest Washington: COVID Response Fund

Grants will sustain and develop vital community services for residents who stand to lose the most from this unfolding emergency:

-Children and families, elders and those with compromised immune systems
-Healthcare and nonprofit employees
-Residents without health insurance and access to sick days
-Communities of color and residents with limited English language proficiency
-Economically vulnerable people, or those impacted by reduced and lost work

Community Foundation for the Alleghenies: COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund

Community Foundation for the Alleghenies and Lee Initiatives have committed $200,000 to the newly established COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund—but we know our community's needs will continue to grow and change, day by day, as we face ongoing and unprecedented hardships presented by this pandemic.

Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Through the partnership between our two organizations, the CSRA COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund monies will be directed to vetted, local nonprofit partners who are providing critical services AND we will provide monies to individuals and families for immediate needs related to this crisis.

Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Currently grants are focused on the Fox Valley region’s most vulnerable populations and the nonprofit organizations providing urgent basic needs support such as safe shelter, physical and mental healthcare, food, childcare and financial assistance.

Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region: COVID-19 Response Fund

Co-led by the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region and the United Way of the Greater Capital Region, The Capital Region Community COVID-19 Response Fund has been established to provide flexible resources to 501c3 organizations working with local communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.

Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln: COVID-19 Response Fund

The Fund is designed to complement the work of public health officials and expand local capacity to address needs as efficiently as possible.

Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley: Emergency Impact Fund

While the long-term impact of the pandemic remains unknown, organizations working to fulfill already critical needs are feeling strain, which is resulting in new challenges. This presents an opportunity for the community to gather and deploy resources in a responsive, unified and flexible way.

Community Foundation for Western Massachusetts: COVID-19 Response Fund

In the near-term, the fund will make one-time operating grants to support frontline organizations with deep roots within priority populations. These populations include: vulnerable seniors, people without stable housing, families and individuals who are food insecure, residents who have limited English proficiency, individuals with health vulnerabilities, including those with compromised immune systems, mental health disorders and/or who are struggling with addiction.

Community Foundation Martin - St. Lucie: COVID-19 Response Fund

All contributions will be used to support the current and ongoing needs resulting from the unprecedented impact of COVID-19. A portion of the Fund will be used to provide critical financial assistance to qualified economically disadvantaged individuals and families.

Community Foundation of Abilene: COVID-19 Fund

Examples of what this funding could support include: helping individuals and families with access to food and/or healthcare, supplementing lost wages, housing costs, support for agencies working with vulnerable populations such as seniors and/or homeless, and support for small businesses that have experienced significant loss.

Community Foundation of Acadiana: Acadiana Disaster Response Fund for Coronavirus Pandemic

Donations will be used to provide support for organizations including nonprofit regional health organizations, government entities, nonprofit organizations, churches, and schools that work with people and communities that are affected by the coronavirus outbreak. As always, CFA provides disaster response services at no charge thanks to our generous Members.

Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County: COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

Grants will be distributed to organizations in Monroe, Owen, and Greene counties and funds will be used to support immediate economic stability and basic needs, as well as the continuation of the function of local nonprofit organizations.

Community Foundation of Boone County: COVID-19 Response Fund

The CFBC COVID-19 Response Fund is specifically created to continue providing financial assistance to local nonprofits working to address needs during this time.

Community Foundation of Central Georgia: COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

Contributions will go to community-based organizations assisting those who have been hit hardest by this pandemic. We have also partnered with United Way to establish a Central Georgia COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, which will be used to make grants to local nonprofits to meet short- and long-term needs in the response and recovery efforts.

Community Foundation of Chippewa County: Response – Recovery – Rebuild Fund

We have taken this action because we know that many local nonprofits are and will continue to face an increased demand for services, as well as operational challenges to meet immediate and long-term needs. Working in partnership with area funders and donors the Foundation will work diligently to identify local needs and gaps in funding then assemble and apply funds where they are most critically needed.

Community Foundation of Collier County: Collier Comes Together Fund

The Collier Comes Together Fund is designed to complement the work of public health officials and expand local capacity to address the outbreak as effectively as possible. Donations to this fund will help rapidly deploy resources to basic needs and healthcare nonprofit organizations to support their programs as well as their staff at the front lines of our community’s coronavirus outbreak. This will help us address urgent needs such as food, medical expenses, rent, and lost income.

Community Foundation of East Mississippi: Crisis Recovery Fund

Your donation to the Crisis Recovery Fund will be used to supply food, supplies, and services to those affected by the pandemic, and serve as a resource for unforeseen needs as they arise. We are working with a growing network of community partners to make sure funds are used in the most effective way possible.

Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut: Neighbors to Neighbors Fund

The fund’s resources initially will be directed to organizations providing direct assistance to high need populations — including low-income individuals, residents without health insurance and/or access to sick days, communities of color, and individuals with disabilities, among others — to address immediate basic needs such as healthcare, food, shelter, childcare and other supports to ensure stability and well-being.

Community Foundation of Elkhart County: Disaster Relief Fund

The fund supported nonprofit and other community organizations engaging in immediate basic needs relief, short-term response and longer-term recovery in Elkhart County impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Community Foundation of Grant County, Indiana: Give to Grant Community Impact Fund

It’s because of uncertain times like this that we created our GIVE TO GRANT COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND many years ago. This Fund provides flexible financial support to trusted nonprofit partners across Grant County who are responding to critical needs. The Fund also allows the Community Foundation Board to be nimble in their response to addressing our community’s most pressing and emerging needs, specifically with organizations working with our most vulnerable citizens.

Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

Hosted by the Community Foundation in partnership with our donors, the Fund will provide flexible resources to our region for the communities that are disproportionately impacted by the outbreak.

Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga: Community Response and Resilience Fund

Given the dynamic nature of this situation, the Fund intends to provide grants on a rolling basis to ensure dollars are deployed in the community quickly and responsively. Active fundraising is underway, which will engage multiple rounds of support as the community needs and challenges evolve, and as we gain greater clarity about the course of this crisis. In the near-term, grants will support impacted and/or historically marginalized communities in our region doing work with priority populations, such as:

•Our elderly neighbors
•Youth and children
•Residents with limited English language proficiency
•And communities of color, among others

Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines: Disaster Recovery Fund

Dollars received will first focus on disproportionately affected communities by addressing economic needs and the health impact on vulnerable populations caused by COVID- 19 related closures and other impacts of the outbreak. The long-term application of the fund will focus on additional needs that will inevitably arise. This long-term recovery work will be ongoing and it is the intent that this fund continues to grow and serve as a source that can be activated quickly in the face of whatever the next disaster may be.

Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque: COVID-19 Response Fund

With the Disaster Recovery Fund, the Community Foundation will make grants focused on reducing the economic and health impacts on vulnerable populations prior to and following a disaster as well as long-term needs that may emerge. Grants will supplement, not replace, other resources like government support and relief efforts in cases of local disaster. Grants will fill gaps in services and needs that are not being met by existing nonprofit, local, state and federal resources and programs.

Community Foundation of Greater Flint: Greater Flint Urgent Relief Fund

Established by CFGF in partnership with United Way of Genesee County, the Greater Flint Urgent Relief Fund will award grants on a regular basis to nonprofits who are addressing gaps that are surfacing in key services for our most vulnerable community members.

Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville: Emergency Relief Fund

The Emergency Relief fund is currently being activated for organizations in the Greater Huntsville area who are supporting basic needs and/or health and wellness relief efforts related to the COVID-19 situation.

Community Foundation of Greater Memphis: Mid-South COVID-19 Regional Response Fund

The Mid-South COVID-19 Regional Response Fund provides funding to organizations working with those impacted by novel Coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak.

Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine: Community Continuity Fund

The Community Continuity Fund was established to support the immediate and evolving needs of our neighbors in Muscatine County created by interruptions in services; potential shortages; and gaps in nutrition for food-insecure children, families, and seniors in Muscatine County caused by coronavirus containment efforts. Funds are distributed to nonprofit organizations serving Muscatine and Louisa County. The Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine matched gifts up to $100,000.

Community Foundation of Greene County: Greene County Emergency Response Fund

The purpose of the Greene County Emergency Response Fund is to provide quick, flexible grants and resources to nonprofit organizations our area working with communities (people and organizations) who are heavily impacted by a local disasters and emergencies. Grants made to health and human service organizations will help ensure that basic needs are met, including food, housing, and healthcare.

Community Foundation of Grundy County: Disaster Fund

For the immediate future, donations will be granted to the nonprofit organizations serving our residents in need. We expect this to change over time based on need, spread of the pandemic, plus local, state, and federal resources.

Community Foundation of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

In June, the fund enters a RECOVERY PHASE. Grant requests must be due to a need created by the COVID-19 crisis. We realize some HR nonprofit organizations are struggling to provide normal services and are facing significant reductions in funding due to COVID-19. Other nonprofits may be having difficulty providing services as they adjust to safe and different operating practices, due to COVID-19 phasing guidelines. Grants will be awarded to Harrisonburg and Rockingham County nonprofit human service organizations to support their work as they assist individuals and families in our community during this time of RECOVERY.

The Community Foundation and United Way strives to work strategically with local nonprofit organizations to provide grants to agencies to meet both immediate and long-term needs related to the impact of the virus in the Harrisonburg and Rockingham County area.

Community Foundation of Henderson County: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic in Henderson County.

Community Foundation of Howard County: Community Relief Fund

As we progress through this health care emergency, we’ll collaborate with other funders and will develop a fair and well-managed process to support the nonprofit sector which delivers frontline services to the community.

Community Foundation of Jackson Hole: Community Emergency Response Fund

The Community Emergency Response Fund is addressing community needs in coordination with local front line agencies. Since launching in mid-March, the Emergency Response Fund has granted a total of more than $2 million dollars to more than 20 local organizations. Relief funds are being disbursed daily to nonprofits, as the Community Foundation receives requests for assistance.

Community Foundation of Johnson County: Emergency Response Fund

The Fund will support nonprofit organizations, schools, or units of government serving Johnson County residents who are experiencing increased demand for their services and/or have had their operations adversely impacted by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Given the unique nature of this unprecedented event, grant applications that focus on immediate needs will be prioritized.

Community Foundation of Kankakee River Valley: COVID-19 Community Response Fund


The region's health and human service organizations are experiencing a surge in demand for services from neighbors and communities significantly impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. It's critical that these nonprofits have resources to continue to operate at the highest capacity.

Every donation to this community fund will impact and support the organizations that are ensuring our neighbors can access basic needs in this time of crisis. Together, the United Way and the Community Foundation will rapidly deploy resources to eligible organizations.
The Community Foundation of Kankakee River Valley made an initial commitment of $10,000 and will match up to $100,000 in donations to the Fund.

Community Foundation of Lorain County: Lorain County Cares COVID-19 Response Fund

As we have learned during the last few weeks, the consequences of this pandemic are rapidly evolving. We will continue to take the pulse of our community and make appropriate improvements to our plans just as swiftly. Initially, our funding priorities are as follows:

1) Emergency Assistance/Basic Needs (including assistance to our senior population)
2) Education and Youth Services (including arts & culture programs)
3) Infrastructure (including the need for digital inclusion)

Community Foundation of Marquette County: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

This Fund will provide short-term funding to support the operations of organizations that are struggling with immediate lost revenue and non-recoverable expenses due to COVID-19.

Community Foundation of Mendocino County: Business Innovation and Resiliency Fund

Business Innovation and Resiliency Fund will make grants to West Business Development Center to provide financial assistance to licensed, for-profit micro-businesses based in Mendocino County in danger of closing due to loss of income related to the COVID-19 crisis.

Community Foundation of Mendocino County: COVID-19 Non-Profit Relief Fund

This fund will help mitigate some of the unique difficulties faced by the non-profit sector in Mendocino County as a result of the pandemic. Grants will be made for adaption to adapt new technology or pivot programs to adjust to new demands; operations to assist organizations with fixed operational costs impacted by COVID-19; and preservation to assist organizations of social, cultural, or historical importance to preserve their legacy into the future.

Community Foundation of Mendocino County: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The fund will provide two types of funding:

(1) Assistance for Individuals and Families: Examples include short-term housing assistance, food, utility bills, medical needs, and assistance with mitigating social isolation or mental health issues due to COVID-19 (phones, computers, therapeutic tools). This will include a small percentage for necessary staffing and overhead expenses to allow our non-profit partners to serve these needs.

(2) Assistance for Non-Profit Organizations: Non-profits are already letting us know they will have long-term implications directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic. These come from increased costs related to the outbreak, cancellation of fundraising events, and loss of fee for service income. This funding will allow them to work effectively during this crisis, while addressing emergency or urgent relief needs.

Community Foundation of New Jersey: New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund

New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund established to collect donations and distribute funds. One hundred percent of donations received online by NJPRF will be used to fight the medical, social, and economic impact of COVID-19 on New Jersey’s most vulnerable, supporting organizations that provide essential services and aiding those on the front line of the pandemic.

Community Foundation of Noble County: Noble County Community Organizations Active in Disaster Fund

The funds will be designated for food and other unmet needs to support the agencies working on the frontline; specifically items such as liquid hand soap, disinfecting supplies, and other expenses associated with new needs related to childcare in light of daycares and schools being closed during the emergency. In short, those items helping agencies continue to stay open and assist directly while maintaining the safety of all.

Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts: Critical Needs COVID-19 Fund

The Stand United Fund will support those hardest hit by COVID-19 as they deal with basic food, childcare and housing needs.

Community Foundation of North Central Washington: Helping Hands Grant

The Helping Hands Grant provides financial resources to nonprofit organizations in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties with unexpected and emergent needs. The foundation’s Board of Trustees has given authority to update the existing criteria and application process to better respond to our nonprofits current and imminent needs from COVID-19.

Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

This fund will bring essential resources and aid to our neighbor’s in need. This fund will provide flexible funding for organizations working in our community who are disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak.

Community Foundation of North Louisiana: COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

The Foundation will coordinate grants from this fund with the response of other organizations and local and state government.

Community Foundation of Northern Colorado: COVID-19 Response Fund

To help respond to this unprecedented challenge, this effort will provide funding to local nonprofit organizations that work with people disproportionately affected by the consequences of COVID-19. Initially, these recipients include human service organizations that address food insecurity, especially for youth and older adults.

Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia: COVID-19 Response Fund

Periodic distributions from this fund will be guided by local volunteers and, at least initially, target areas of immediate need and hardship arising from the recent health crisis. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law, and you can direct your gift to help in a specific county within Northwest Georgia.

Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi: FEED Fund

In response to the coronavirus health crisis, the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi is seeking donations to feed the youth in each of its eleven counties served. Since hosting a Hunger Summit in 2017, the Community Foundation and seventeen of its partners have been funding efforts to help confront food insecurity among youth.

Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund will issue grants to established nonprofit organizations that provide front-line services to our most vulnerable populations – food for our neediest families and essentials, such as prescription drug deliveries to homebound senior citizens and people with compromised immune systems. The impacts of the novel coronavirus are uncertain and continue to mount. The COVID-19 Response Fund will be a funding resource for those in need.

Community Foundation of San Joaquin: Emergency Response Fund

The Fund is intended to be responsive to the changing, long-term needs of our community, with an immediate focus on supporting nonprofit organizations serving the most vulnerable populations and to provide financial assistance to individuals and families most directly impacted by COVID-19.

Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County: COVID-19 Coronavirus Response Fund

Donations towards this issue response fund will help support seniors, low wage workers, and others impacted by the virus. The fund will accept and strategically disburse grants to address COVID-19 emergency response and relief efforts in Santa Cruz County.

Community Foundation of Sarasota County: Season of Sharing Fund

This Fund focuses on helping individuals and families on the verge of homelessness regain stability through community philanthropy.

Community Foundation of Snohomish County: Coronavirus Relief Fund

The Coronavirus Response Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in the region working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.

Community Foundation of South Georgia: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Through this fund, the Community Foundation will provide flexible resources to organizations that have strong experience working to provide South Georgia’s most vulnerable residents with access to food, healthcare and other basic needs during these uncertain times.

All funds will be distributed through timely grants to charitable organizations working to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in our area. No grants will be made directly to individuals.

Community Foundation of South Puget Sound: Thurston County COVID-19 Response Fund

The Fund is designed to complement the work of public health officials and expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible.

Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts: Southcoast Emergency Response Fund

This Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations that are working with communities at the intersection of being most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus and most impacted by inequity.

Community Foundation of Southern Indiana: COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund

Given the immediate needs within our Clark and Floyd County service area, the Fund is currently focused on providing support grants to 501c3 nonprofits that address the basic needs of vulnerable populations under additional strain due to the pandemic as well as to small businesses adversely impacted by cancellations and closures due to COVID-19. Grants for small business assistance for businesses in both Clark and Floyd County will be made through the Small Business Emergency Loan Fund at Caesars Foundation of Floyd County.

Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico: All Together NM Fund

The Fund will be used to address immediate needs and offer long-term support for the recovery work that lies ahead.

Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico: Nonprofit Emergency Fund

This fund will assist nonprofits from causes due to natural disaster, and/or response to overwhelming loss of operational revenues. The fund will be managed and awarded through a volunteer committee.

Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico: Thank You Las Cruces Restaurant Fund

These funds will be used to support the restaurant in feeding at least 100 individuals and families in need of a meal. These meals can be dropped off at a designated location or be given to individuals through a curbside pickup.

Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico: The Governor Richardson, Lopez, Olmos, Trejo COVID-19 Emergency Fund for the Southern Colonias of Doña Ana County Fund

Funding will be specifically used to support federally designated Cololnias in southern New Mexico. There will be a focus in southwest New Mexico Dona Ana Counties. The designated funds will go to the Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico to support programming associated with Thriving Families and Covid-19 response.

Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico: Together Las Cruces Fund

The Together Las Cruces fund will support a grant to qualifying Doña Ana county residents who have been laid off or furloughed, or have experienced a significant loss of income as a result of the state’s executive order. Funds will be awarded in the amount of $100-$500, based on the applying individuals’ needs. Please donate today and we can get through this, Together Las Cruces!

Community Foundation of St. Clair County: COVID-19 Thumbcoast Regional Response Fund

This Fund is designed to give added support to those organizations on the front lines of caring for and assisting vulnerable populations, and those communities where the loss of jobs and benefits, or the closure of institutions and businesses, are creating a significant new burden for community members and the social service organizations that provide a safety net for them.

Community Foundation of Tampa Bay: Rapid Response Fund

Money from the fund can be deployed without delay to community-based organizations at the frontlines of an emergency or natural disaster. In any crisis, the nonprofit organizations most immediately impacted are those who work with our area’s most vulnerable people and families. Those include: food pantries and food distribution agencies, services to the elderly, community health centers, homeless shelters, and child-care providers.

Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley: Coronavirus Response Fund

Charitable grants will fund organizations and programs that have deep roots in our community and strong experience working in areas such as access to food, prescriptions/healthcare, childcare and basic needs. The Fund is designed to complement the work of local public health, nonprofit, and government entities, and to expand local capacity to support individuals and families experiencing hardship because of the outbreak and related closures and disruptions.

Community Foundation of the Florida Keys: COVID-19 Response and Relief Fund

Donations are directed to local nonprofits and faith-based groups to distribute funds to help residents by providing funds for food, supplies, rent and housing needs, repairs, medical care, and whatever other types of assistance are needed.

Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley: COVID-19 Recovery Fund

The donations made to this fund will be used to support grants made to local organizations serving the most vulnerable in our community throughout the current public health crisis.

Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area: Community Stabilization Fund

Based on real-time feedback provided by nonprofit partners, community leaders, and individuals in need, we have identified the following targeted strategies for prioritized investment for the remainder of 2020:

•Financial Stability: Preventing people from slipping into poverty - primary strategy is focused on stabilizing ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) households, in particular by helping keep people in their homes through rent payment assistance and home foreclosure prevention. Continued basic needs supports - primary strategy is providing basic needs support targeted to those who haven’t (or won’t ever) receive the federal stimulus financial supports.

•Health: Increase mental health and substance abuse services - primary strategy is scaling up existing mental health and substance abuse providers to be able to serve more people and reach different audiences. Maintaining access to health insurance - primary strategy is helping people navigate accessing health care insurance when they are unemployed.

•Education: Mitigating the education opportunity gap - primary strategy is to provide extra resources to support those students who are likely to fall the furthest behind on their educational journeys as our model for learning is being forced to adapt in real-time.

Community Foundation of the Lowcountry: COVID-19 Response Fund

The mission of the Lowcountry Community COVID-19 Response Fund is to rapidly deploy resources to community-based nonprofit and equivalent organizations in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Japser Counties that are addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley: Community Response Fund

Focused currently on the impact of COVID-19, this fund is intended to become a long-term resource to assist our community now and in the future when needs arise. The Mahoning Valley Community Response Fund will provide support and resources to eligible organizations working with those disproportionately affected by an emergency or crisis, in this case COVID-19 and the consequences related to the virus’ outbreak.

Community Foundation of the Ozarks: COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

Grantmaking from the CFO’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund Grant Program is shifting to a focus on regional recovery and will primarily support agencies that provide services to citizens affected by the economic impact of the pandemic.

The fund was established by a $1 million commitment by the CFO and its regional affiliate foundations, the Missouri Foundation for Health and the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation managed by Commerce Trust Company.

Community Foundation of Tompkins County: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund provides flexible resources to basic needs nonprofit organizations in our region working with our communities to address how they and their participants are impacted by this crisis.

Community Foundation of West Georgia: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund with support organizations within Carroll, Haralson and Heard counties to help those disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak.

Community Foundation of Western Nevada: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Grants are intended to help front line healthcare workers and their families in our area as they deal with stress, anxiety, and exhaustion. Additionally, the Fund will grant to nonprofit organizations helping those who don’t qualify for federal assistance or unemployment, and to those who are most vulnerable in our community.

Community Foundation of Western North Carolina: Emergency and Disaster Response Fund

The purpose of the Emergency and Disaster Response Fund (EDRF) is to provide funding for human service organizations in addressing basic needs that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The intent of the fund is to respond to immediate and urgent needs not covered by other sources.

Community Foundation of Whitley County: Disaster Response Fund for Whitley County

A means for human service providers and church leaders to request targeted assistance for the most vulnerable members of our community.

Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County: Disaster Support Fund

We will support local nonprofit organizations whose mission is to serve our most vulnerable populations with basic needs (food, shelter, transportation, etc.) and have a broad reach in serving our community.

Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado: Community Emergency Relief Fund

Community stakeholders, including representatives from public health, local governments, school districts, businesses and nonprofits, will prioritize available funds to meet immediate needs in our region, including public health needs and economic impacts. Food and Housing insecurity are top priorities.

Community Foundation Sonoma County: Resilience Fund

We are supporting our community's recovery from disaster—including the 2017 and 2019 wildfires, and the Coronavirus pandemic—by making grants to nonprofit organizations that help individuals impacted by disaster, heal the long-term effects of trauma, and create housing solutions for our community.

Community Giving Response Funds

Response Funds have been activated in all communities served by CommunityGiving. These funds will be available for local donors and others to contribute and support relief efforts to support those impacted by COVID-19.

The following communities currently have response funds established to assist with the most pressing needs of their local communities:

Alexandria Response Fund

Brainerd Lakes Area Response Fund

Carver County Response Fund

Central Minnesota Response Fund

Foley Area Response Fund

Paynesville Area Response Fund

ROCORI Area Response Fund

Sauk Centre Area Response Fund

Willmar Area Response Fund

COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County

Funding is being provided in three phases - Prevention, Intervention, and Recovery. The foundation's approach is to work in concert with other funders so that our grants represent an informed and strategic use of limited dollars.

Crawford Heritage Community Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

Money raised will be granted directly to nonprofit organizations that are working throughout this difficult time to continue to provide services.

Crown Point Community Foundation: CARE-Emergency Aid & Relief Fund

100% of your donation to this fund will be used to provide direct support to nonprofit organizations delivering critical services to those in Crown Point, Cedar Lake, Lowell, and Winfield.

Dallas Foundation: City of Dallas Emergency Relief Fund

The Dallas Foundation's COVID-19 Relief Fund will focus on support that meets at least one of the following criteria: relieves the extraordinary burden being placed on our public healthcare system, supports the basic needs of low-income individuals and families, supports childcare assistance for low-income families, addresses mental health needs and concerns, supports and sustains nonprofit operations and capacity-building needs during this time of disruption.

Dance/NYC: COVID-19 Dance Relief Fund

The purpose of the Fund is to mitigate the growing impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on individual freelance dance workers and dance making organizations with budgets between $25,000 and $500,000 based in the metropolitan New York City area. Specifically:

Freelance Dance Workers
Organizations
Administrative Costs

DC Bar Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

DCBF’s COVID-19 Response Fund seeks to mitigate high-priority and short-term emergency civil legal aid needs of the most vulnerable residents in our community. Based on feedback from the network, we are seeing critical needs in three areas:

​• Employment Law: Helping grocery workers, nursing assistants, and other low-wage workers navigate workplace challenges stemming from COVID-19 such as rights to personal protective equipment or sick leave.

​• Family Law: Assisting families with child support, custody, and visitation emergencies such as parents not complying with existing visitation orders.

​• Public Benefits: Supporting individuals who have lost their low-wage jobs due to the crisis to secure unemployment compensation, as well as other types of cash and food assistance for their families.

DC Education Fund: DC Education Equity Fund

Funds received will be used for:
-Ensuring students’ basic needs are being met so they are ready to learn
-Providing students with internet and device access
-Supports for students to have a successful transition when school buildings reopen with additional learning resources

Decatur County Community Foundation: Disaster Relief Fund

The purpose of the Community Disaster Relief Fund is to provide rapid response assistance to local organizations that aid community members in the midst of local, national, or international crisis.

Decolonizing Wealth Project: Native American Community Response Fund

Initially, funding was focused on the 78% of Native Americans that reside off-reservations – in urban centers, where the pandemic is having higher rates of infection. These 1.2 million individuals reside in 13 metropolitan areas and often do not benefit from federal benefits directed towards tribal communities. As the pandemic is now hitting hard in our tribal communities, particularly Navaho and the Pueblos in New Mexico, we are expanding our focus to these hot spots.

Dekalb County Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Funding for this grant program is made possible by the DeKalb County COVID-19 Response Fund (DCCRF), a new component pass through fund created in collaboration with various local funding partners. The Fund’s purpose is to be a depository for contributions intended to respond to the effects of COVID-19 in DeKalb County by distributing grants that address preparedness, response, recovery, and/or rebuilding efforts.

DonorsChoose: Coronavirus Relief Fund

You can continue to help teachers working to help their students learn from home by choosing a distance learning project.

Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation: Chequama-Care COVID-19 Response Fund

The Chequama-Care Fund focuses on the following priorities:
• Providing emergency essentials of food, housing, medical care, safety, transportation, and income assistance for individuals and families.
• One-time operating support for organizations experiencing increased demand for services, diminishing volunteer support, and those serving vulnerable populations, including children, the elderly, people with physical and mental disabilities, and people experiencing homelessness, joblessness, or with low incomes
• Addressing the needs of staff of nonprofit organizations impacted by reduced or lost employment or benefits, as well as program providers such as contractors and volunteers.
• Supporting adaptions necessary to continue organizational functioning; including protective equipment for staff and volunteers and technology upgrades.
• Developing community wellbeing for coping and healing; including youth development, mental health services, and activities focused on the arts, culture, and the great outdoors.

Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation: COVID-19 Northeast Minnesota Response Fund

The fund provides for organizations working with communities that are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and its consequences. Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation has similar funds directed toward supporting specific communities throughout the region.

Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation: COVID-19 Northwest Wisconsin Response Fund

The priorities of this fund include:

• Addressing the needs of staff of nonprofit organizations impacted by reduced or lost employment or benefits, as well as program providers (e.g., contractors, volunteers, etc.)
• Supporting adaptions necessary to continue functioning (e.g., protective equipment for staff and volunteers, technology, supplies)
• Developing community wellbeing for coping and healing, including youth development, mental health, healthy relationships, etc.
• Providing one-time operating support to organizations experiencing increased demand for services, diminishing volunteer support, and those serving vulnerable populations, including Black, Indigenous, People of Color, people with physical and mental disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, people with low incomes, people with limited English proficiency, etc.

Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation: COVID-19 Two Harbors Area Community Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund focuses on the following priorities:
• Addressing the needs of staff of nonprofit organizations impacted by reduced or lost employment or benefits, as well program providers (e.g., contractors, volunteers, etc.)
• Supporting adaptions necessary to continue functioning (e.g., protective equipment for staff and volunteers, technology, supplies)
• Developing community wellbeing for coping and healing, including youth development, mental health, healthy relationships, etc.
• Providing one-time operating support to organizations experiencing increased demand for services, diminishing volunteer support, and those serving vulnerable populations, including Black, Indigenous, People of Color, people with physical and mental disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, people with low incomes, people with limited English proficiency, etc.

DuPage Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Direct gifts to your favorite charities are still needed now more than ever and are strongly encouraged. We also invite individuals, businesses, and foundations to join us in giving to this Fund to help us respond effectively to fuel our local not-for-profits that are being impacted by and charged with responding to the repercussions of this emergency on the front line.

East Bay Community Foundation: A Just East Bay Response Fund

EBCF community partners are already reporting significant economic impacts to revenue and budget shortages affecting programming that supports the arts, education, health, housing, civic engagement, youth, economic development, and other vital community services. While the COVID-19 Fund will initially focus on nonprofit organizations providing critical services around economic security, we are committed to supporting the continued health of the broader East Bay nonprofit sector by raising enough resources to invest in the health and capacity of the sector.

East Tennessee Foundation: Neighbor to Neighbor Disaster Relief Fund

ETF seeks to provide emergency funds to nonprofit organizations to meet some of the critical needs created by COVID-19 and is currently accepting applications.

Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

While the long-term impact of the pandemic remains unknown, many charities that are struggling to survive are continuing to provide critically needed services. By creating this fund to address these needs, the Community Foundation will gather and deploy resources in a responsive, unified and flexible way.

Eden Prairie Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The first phase of rapid-response grants will address the resiliency of local nonprofits as they institutionalize new ways of delivering services because of the outbreak. The fund expects to move an initial round of grants within the next few weeks.

The Eden Prairie Community Foundation will administer the grants from the Fund in partnership with its Grants Committee and a recently established working group on poverty. Together we will proactively identify potential grant recipients, solicit guidance on potential recipients from community advisors, and recommend final awards. Funds will be released on a rolling basis as fundraising continues throughout the outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis.

edFUND: West Contra Costa Public Education Fund

The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund (Ed Fund) and West Contra Costa Unified During school closures and the COVID-19 crisis, the Ed Fund will be directing community donations to support families in need identified by the WCCUSD Office of Family & Community Engagement. Support could include groceries, internet services and other emergency needs that help stabilize families during this crisis.

Edwardsville Community Foundation: ECF COVID-19 Community Relief Fund

ECF will administer grants from the ECF Community Covid-19 Relief Fund in collaboration with area organizations who are providing direct services in response to the pandemic. Grants will be released on a rolling basis as fundraising continues throughout the outbreak and recovery phases of this crisis, making it possible to move resources quickly and to adapt to changing needs.

El Paso Community Foundation: Coronavirus Fund

Donations made to this fund will be used to support distressed nonprofits and help laid-off workers who have been adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

El Paso Community Foundation: El Paso County Medical Society COVID-19 Masks and PPE Fund

The El Paso County Medical Society COVID-19 Masks and PPE Fund will help raise money to purchase much-needed N95 respirator masks and other personal protection equipment (PPE) for outpatient physicians and healthcare workers.

El Paso Community Foundation: Get Shift Done for El Paso

Get Shift Done for El Paso will pay displaced restaurant workers $10 an hour to assist El Pasoans Fighting Hunger, a local food bank struggling to meet the needs of the community as social distancing measures deplete its volunteer corps.

Emergent Fund: People's Bailout

Emergent Fund is seeking your support in launching a $500,000 fund for grassroots organizing. Emergent Fund’s role in the philanthropic ecosystem is to move resources quickly, but we know this moment will shift our work for the long-haul.

Essex County Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The first priority of the Fund is to provide one-time rapid-response grants to organizations that serve priority populations such as:

• Underserved communities needing social service and public health infrastructure.
• Residents with limited access to safe, reliable food sources.
• Communities with a significant percentage of economically vulnerable residents.

Evanston Community Foundation: Rapid Response Fund

With the spread of COVID-19, nonprofit partners are feeling its impact, ultimately affecting our most vulnerable neighbors. ECF is currently surveying and engaging our nonprofit partners to better understand the specific implications of the virus. The Foundation understands the needs that will be greatly exacerbated by this crisis: loss of paychecks, lack of housing, and unmet basic needs leading to the inability to maintain the health standards required to stay safe from the pandemic. We are preparing to address both immediate and long-term needs.

Fairfield County's Community Foundation: COVID-19 Resiliency Fund

The new Fund will rapidly deploy resources to trusted, frontline community organizations that meet the basic needs of local residents in Fairfield County. The Fund’s purpose is to help alleviate the social and economic consequences of this global pandemic and to prevent the widening of disparities in education, employment, housing, and health. The Fund’s resources will be directed to organizations serving high need, vulnerable populations, including low-income individuals and residents without health insurance and/or access to sick days; immigrants; persons with disabilities; and communities of color, among others.

Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation: Community Response Fund of Cass and Clay Counties

The purpose of this fund is to collect donations to support organizations in Cass County, N.D., and Clay County, Minn., in the weeks and months following a community crisis or disaster. We are currently accepting donations to help meet the needs of the nonprofit sector affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fayette Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

We connect donors and nonprofit agencies to improve the quality of life in our community. We help strengthen nonprofit agencies to better respond to community needs with financial support and capacity-building programs by providing grants from its unrestricted endowment and discretionary funds as well as from donor-advised funds.

Feeding America: COVID-19 Response Fund

Using the COVID-19 Response Fund, Feeding America is launching national food- and fund-raising efforts to support people facing hunger and the food banks who help them. This includes building an inventory of emergency food boxes and distributing them to member food banks across the country, as well as working to get incremental funding to support other anticipated costs. Feeding America is also working with government leaders to ensure the emergency response includes strong supports in food, funds, and flexibility for federal nutrition programs.

First Nations Development Institute: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

The COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund is designed to distribute funds efficiently and swiftly to Native nonprofit organizations and tribal programs that need it most. Initially, funds are being prioritized in high-concentration areas – California, New Mexico, the Pacific Northwest, New York, Navajo Nation, Hopi Tribe and COVID-19 hotspots.

Fistula Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

Public health experts warn that the pandemic could decimate healthcare systems in the poorest nations in Africa and Asia— precisely where Fistula Foundation works. Your gift will help Fistula Foundation’s partner hospitals and frontline healthcare workers respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Foundation for Appalachian Ohio: Emergency Response Fund

The Emergency Response Fund will make grant awards to help nonprofits whose resources are, and will continue to be, strained over this unprecedented event due to the need for them to expand and modify how they deliver services. With a gift, we can show our support for the nonprofits protecting our seniors, caring for patients, feeding our children, and carrying Appalachian Ohio forward.

Foundation for Contemporary Arts: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Relief will be provided to artists who can demonstrate that they have had an engagement canceled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This fund aims to meet the needs of experimental artists who have been impacted by the economic fallout from postponed or canceled performances and exhibitions.

Foundation for Delaware County: Delaware County COVID-19 Response Fund

The Response Fund’s community-based strategy complements government actions and other response efforts and will provide both immediate relief and longer-term recovery initiatives for maximum impact. An advisory committee comprised of business, foundation, government and nonprofit leaders will be formed to oversee the funds distributions.

Foundation for Enhancing Communities: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Provided efforts will seek to expand local capacity to address the outbreak as efficiently as possible. Should donations raised through the fund no longer be needed for COVID19 relief, remaining funds will be used for future disaster relief in the area.

Foundation for Louisiana: Fund for COVID-19 Response

We will target our support towards the most vulnerable communities in our efforts: low wage workers, hourly workers, and healthcare workers; Black, POC, and LGBTQ communities; currently and formerly incarcerated individuals including undocumented individuals; single parents, and those who live at these intersections.

Foundation for MetroWest: Emergency Relief Fund

As the current COVID-19 pandemic deeply impacts our region and its residents, the Foundation will open a rolling rapid response grant program to provide operating grants to nonprofit organizations.

Foundation for MetroWest: Feed Framingham COVID-19 Fund

This rolling grant program is aimed at funding nonprofit organizations who are working to address access to food and basic hygiene products for Framingham residents as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Foundation For The Carolinas and United Way of Central Carolinas: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund is administered through a partnership between the Foundation for the Carolinas and United Way. Working in close coordination with the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, grants will be awarded by an advisory group to nonprofits serving those impacted through an application process that is set to begin in the very near future.

Founders Pledge: COVID-19 Global Impact & Innovation Fund

Established specific goals for this funding include:

•Stop the spread of COVID-19 and support a robust medical response
•Provide direct relief to communities in need globally
•Build long-term resilience for future pandemics

Fox Valley United Way: Coronavirus Relief Fund

You can donate to support social service agencies in Kane and Kendall counties striving to serve children and families at this critical time. Our Fox Valley Coronavirus Relief Fund is gathering personal and corporate donations and will distribute them locally to these agencies.

Fremont Area Community Foundation: Community Response Fund

The fund will provide quick help to organizations serving vulnerable populations impacted by COVID-19 and will give generous community members an easy way to support them.

Front and Centered: Frontline Response Fund

The Frontline Response Fund will support the member groups of Front and Centered, as they continue to serve at the frontlines, in their communities, which are all affected and experiencing multiple challenges right now.

Confusion and uncertainty are growing around Employment, Transportation, Utilities, Eldercare, Access to Food, Housing and Childcare. Just a modest amount of assistance can serve as a lifeline for the people within these communities, during this unprecedented humanitarian and global health crisis.

Funders' Collaborative on Youth Organizing: COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund

Possible uses of funds include, but are not limited to:

1. Technology (software or hardware) or training to pivot to remote/digital organizing
2. Support for staff or youth member needs (direct material aid, wellness programs, etc…)
3. Organizing mutual aid or community resilience projects
4. Organizing campaigns for a just response to the crisis (end evictions, expand benefits, empty the jails, etc…)

Gates Philanthropy Partners: Combating COVID-19 Fund

The Gates Philanthropy Partners’ Combating COVID-19 Fund is focused on supporting leading scientific organizations to develop the most promising diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines, and to protect the most vulnerable people living in Africa and South Asia.

Generations United: Grandfamilies COVID-19 Response Fund

Listening to our national network of grandfamilies and advocates, we identified that support for caregivers and children could include, but not be limited to, cash, gift cards or concrete goods to the families or payments made on their behalf for assistance in the following areas:

• Housing – mortgage payments; rent payments; other housing costs, including utilities and propane;
• Food and nutrition;
• Technology hardware, phones, data, minutes, and access to the internet in order to ensure behavioral health, educational and other service needs are met;
• Books, games, educational toys/activities, art supplies, other items to help keep children engaged throughout the day;
• Transportation – vehicle repairs; gas; public transportation vouchers;
• Legal expenses and court fees concerning the care of the children;
• Health and hygiene supplies, including diapers; and,
• Other assistance needed by the caregivers and/or children in the families.

Give Together Now: Family Independence Initiative

The #GiveTogetherNow campaign brings together FII’s nearly 20 years of experience in direct cash transfers and a combined network of over 250 nonprofits spanning the country, all with their fingers on the pulse of their communities. These local nonprofits are on the frontlines of their communities. They identify the families impacted the most, and deploy additional resources in their communities, bringing people together, and finding new ways to help each other.

Give2Asia: Coronavirus Fund

Supporting long-term recovery is equally important to help communities and families recover. Long-term needs will include mental health support and rehabilitation for frontline workers and education to prevent future epidemics.

Give2SF COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

The goal of this fund is to address the COVID-19 pandemic in San Francisco County. We aim to protect the health of San Francisco and support the most vulnerable, including individuals, families, and local small businesses.

GiveDirectly: COVID-19 Emergency Fund

Join the movement to get cash relief to 100K Americans. In 100 days we are raising $100M for families impacted by COVID-19.

GiveIndia: Support COVID Hit Families

This fund is aimed at alleviating pressure on those without any job security or savings, making them the most vulnerable. These unemployed individuals have been duly verified by GiveIndia.

Global Fund for Children: COVID-19 Emergency Relief

GFC’s community partners are uniquely positioned to protect children and youth during a crisis. Our support will help provide them with the immediate resources they need to keep children safe and healthy during COVID-19 and beyond. It also helps build their long-term capacity to support children who are most at risk in the face of future pandemics and crises.

Global Fund for Women

To create a world in which every woman is strong, safe, powerful, and heard.

Global Impact: Coronavirus Outbreak Emergency Relief Fund

Global Impact’s Charity Alliance partners are responding worldwide. Response efforts include mitigating and treating the disease among vulnerable communities; delivering medical supplies such as face masks, hand sanitizer and gloves to health care workers; providing infectious disease training; assisting businesses with containment and continuity strategies; and more.

GlobalGiving: Coronavirus Relief Fund

Donations are already helping to:
-Send doctors, nurses, and other front line responders to communities in need
-Get masks, ventilators, and other lifesaving medical supplies to hospitals and clinics
-Deliver essential items to struggling families and older individuals in quarantined cities and refugee camps
-Feed children that rely on school meals as their only source of nutrition
-Support hygiene awareness efforts
-And much, much more...

As the situation evolves, the fund will transition to support longer-term recovery and education efforts run by local, vetted organizations in affected regions. We will work with our partners on the ground to allocate funds where they're most needed.

Goodnation: Coronavirus Response Fund

Your donation to the Fund will go towards:

•Disaster Response to care for the most vulnerable across the 56 US states and territories.
•‍Local Support by nonprofits already on the front lines in US communities.
•Global Intervention by leading international health and relief organizations.

Grand Haven Area Community Foundation: Emergency Human Needs Fund

This fund will provide critical support to agencies providing vital services such as access to food and basic hygiene, caring for senior citizens and overall basic needs. The fund is housed at the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.

Grand Rapids Community Foundation: Kent County COVID-19 Recovery Fund

Our primary focus is to address the deep and historic racial, social and economic inequities that exist in our community and are intensified in times of crisis. We will prioritize recovery efforts that are led by or reach communities of color, organizations with limited access to financial support through traditional philanthropy or loan opportunities, and those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Grand Rapids Community Foundation: La Lucha Fund

La Lucha Fund is designed to provide financial resources directly to families in Kent County who are undocumented or mixed status and not eligible for unemployment, CARES Act relief, or other government support.

Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation: Urgent Needs Fund

Donations will be used to grant funds to local nonprofit, governmental, and educational organizations that are providing vital services such as access to food and basic hygiene, caring for senior citizens, supporting utility and rental assistance, and overall basic needs that are impacting and benefitting communities across Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau Counties.

Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation: Disaster Response Fund

Initially, this fund will provide economic and health support for those disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and related closures. In the long term, the fund will respond to the additional needs that are sure to arise.

Greater Gallatin United Way: Southwest Montana COVID-19 Response Fund

Greater Gallatin United Way (GGUW) and Bozeman Area Community Foundation (BACF) have partnered to rapidly mobilize resources to those disproportionately affected by COVID-19 in Gallatin, Madison, Meagher and Park Counties by co-launching the Southwest Montana COVID-19 Response Fund.

Greater Green Bay Community Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

Local nonprofits are facing increased demand for critical services and supplies, including food, medical supplies, transportation, health and hygiene products and childcare. The Community Foundation will assume all associated costs to ensure 100% of the dollars are allocated directly to nonprofits working diligently to serve our community.

Greater Green Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Impact Fund

The focus of the fund is on preparing and supporting nonprofits for the impact of this pandemic. Working across our community with our network of community partners, stakeholders and donors, we will provide needed financial support to meet the needs of individuals and families as well as the nonprofits who serve them.

Greater Houston COVID-19 Recovery Fund

To date, the fund has invested $10.5 million in more than 90 trusted nonprofit partners and grassroots organizations that support food insecure households, those who need emergency financial assistance for basic needs and housing, domestic violence survivors, and the homeless population. The fund task force continues to monitor data and assess needs to prepare its next round of investments. Funding decisions are made in concert with the most current data identifying those disproportionately impacted by the pandemic based on the number of COVID-19 cases, unemployment insurance claims and pre-existing poverty conditions.

Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee: Indianapolis E-Learning Fund

The Indianapolis E-Learning Fund will address four focus areas to help ensure schools and districts implement effective solutions to this challenge:

Technology access
County-wide e-learning strategy
County-wide social-emotional learning strategy
Statewide e-learning lab

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

The Fund expects to deploy an initial round of grants as soon as possible to support operations and services with a focus on critical needs, including, but not limited to

-Housing support (rent, mortgage, utilities)
-Food insecurity
-Access to health care
-Other critical human services

The Fund will support charitable organizations to both maintain their operations and services and increase their capacity to serve those impacted by COVID-19, including addressing the economic impacts on individuals and their families due to job interruption and reduction in income and benefits. Additional grants will be released on a rolling basis as fundraising continues and needs are identified through outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis.

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation: Kansas City Regional COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

The Fund announced its fourth round of grants on June 8. The four rounds have provided more than $10 million to 261 organizations across the Kansas City region. Grants support operations and services with a focus on critical needs, including, but not limited to:
· Housing support (rent, mortgage, utilities)
· Food insecurity
· Access to health care
· Other critical human services

The Fund will support charitable organizations to both maintain their operations and services and increase their capacity to serve those impacted by COVID-19, including addressing the economic impacts on individuals and their families due to job interruption and reduction in income and benefits.

Additional grants will be released on a rolling basis as fundraising continues and needs are identified through outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis.

Greater Lowell Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

Requests have come into the foundation for funds to cover unforeseen costs of needs including: portable sinks, antibacterial supplies, lunch bags and supplies as well as prepackaged food. The Community Foundation has seeded the GLCF COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund with an initial amount of $10,000.

Greater Manhattan Community Foundation: 2020 COVID-19 Recovery Fund

The 2020 COVID-19 Recovery Fund at the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation has been established to receive donations to benefit those in the Manhattan area who are in great need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations will be directed for relief and recovery efforts for our local people who are in greatest need due to the current pandemic situation.

Greater Milwaukee Foundation: Milwaukee COVID-19 Responds Fund

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation, in partnership with local philanthropists and funders, has created a fund to respond to the COVID-19 situation. Donations made towards the Greater Milwaukee Foundation Responds Fund will be used to support immediate relief for those impacted by COVID-19. Grants will be made to organizations providing basic needs for the greater Milwaukee area.

Greater New Orleans Foundation: Disaster Response and Restoration Fund

Through the Greater New Orleans Foundation Disaster Response and Restoration Fund, we mobilize and support a network of voluntary and community organizations active in disasters (VOADS and COADS) whose expertise is deployed locally, nationally and internationally.

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council: Emergency Fund for Artists

Artists and creative workers living in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington, Lawrence, Indiana, Greene, Fayette, Washington, and Westmoreland counties are eligible to request up to $500. The fund will be open, but not limited to, the following uses: financial losses due to cancelled events, including performances in all performing arts, disciplines, readings, and speaking opportunities. And, offsetting loss of income for teaching artists who could not teach during this time because of cancelled classes and school closures.

Greater Tacoma Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Contributions made to the Pierce County Connection: COVID-19 Response Fund will provide financial support for the nonprofits and community service providers in Pierce County struggling due to this pandemic.

Greater Toledo Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Community Foundations across the U.S. have been stepping up their response to COVID-19 – creating new funds to support those affected and partnering with local governments and health organizations to help contain its spread. As our community’s philanthropic first responder, Greater Toledo Community Foundation has activated our rapid response fund to collect donations to aid in coronavirus relief. One hundred percent (100%) of donations to this fund will be granted to nonprofits working in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.

Greater Washington Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

This rapid response fund is targeted toward addressing immediate needs and reaching vulnerable communities in our region, especially low-wage and gig economy workers, health care providers, people of color, and our neighbors experiencing homelessness.

Greater Worcester Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The goal of Worcester Together is to address immediate and long-term needs, complementing the work of public health officials and expanding local capacity to address the impact of this public health crisis on our region’s vulnerable populations. Grants will target organizations that have deep roots in the community and strong experience working with residents without health insurance and/or access to sick days, people with limited English language proficiency, healthcare and gig economy workers, our seniors neighbors, and communities of color, among others.

Greenwood County Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

This fund enables organizations that assist Greenwood County residents to provide additional support and services.

Groundswell Fund: Birth Justice Fund

To eliminate racial, cultural, and economic disparities in pregnancy and birth outcomes.

Groundswell Fund: Rapid Response Fund

A multi-issue fund, our Rapid Response Fund supports organizations on the frontlines, defending the most vulnerable communities with timely, flexible grants with an emphasis on funding in states and communities where women of color, transgender people of color, and low-income women and trans people-led organizing is under-resourced.

During this acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have broadened our Rapid Response Fund criteria to support organizing groups to respond to the immediate needs of their communities.


Hamilton County Community Foundation: Crisis Response Fund

This flexible fund, seeded with $100,000 from Hamilton County Community Foundation, will provide resources to not-for-profit organizations that are responding to those impacted by COVID-19 and experiencing financial challenges. Operating grants will provide support to community-based organizations that work with seniors, youth and economically vulnerable populations.

Hancock County Community Foundation: Heart for Hancock Community Relief Fund

Heart for Hancock is a community relief fund established to respond to the immediate needs of Hancock County in times of crisis.

Harrison County Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The HCCF COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide flexible resources to our nonprofit organizations serving Harrison County residents as they address immediate and long-term needs. HCCF will serve as a partner in the effort.

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving: COVID-19 Response Fund

In an effort to rapidly deploy resources to support the residents who are most significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, the Hartford Foundation is hosting the COVID-19 Response Fund.

Hawai'i Community Foundation: Hawaiʻi Resilience Fund

In Phase One grantees are prioritizing risk reduction, such as increasing screening and reducing the spread of COVID-19 by protecting front-line health care workers with PPE and supporting vulnerable populations with home health-care visits while sheltering in place.

In Phase Two organizations are supporting rapid response, such as providing relief by way of rent, utilities, and food to ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) families, kūpuna, homeless and those who are disproportionately impacted by the economic consequences of the virus.

In Phase Three funding for recovery and stabilization supports interventions and programs designed to strengthen the health of our economy and communities, such as economic relief for home-based child care programs which allow parents to go back to work.

In Phase Four rebuilding resilience requires engaging communities statewide and convening community leaders across sectors to actively seek lessons learned and to refine our current resilience plans to proactively prepare for future disasters.

Headwaters Foundation for Justice: Communities First Fund

Donations to the Communities First Fund will allow our network of BIPOC-led grantee organizations across the state of Minnesota help their communities address the social, political, and economic consequences imposed by the COVID-19 outbreak.

HealthWell Foundation: COVID-19 Fund

Assistance with costs associated with delivered food, medication, diagnostics, transportation and telehealth as a result of COVID-19 risk or incidence. 100 percent of every dollar donated goes directly to patient grants and services. HealthWell covers it’s own administrative costs.

Heart of West Michigan United Way: Kent County Coronavirus Response Fund

In keeping with Heart of West Michigan United Way’s mission to unite community resources to invest in solutions to reduce poverty in West Michigan, we will prioritize organizations and groups whose continued work benefits vulnerable individuals and families in Kent County. CRF Phase II funds will be directed primarily toward housing-related and mental/behavioral health services in Kent County.

Heartland United Way: Community Compassion Fund

Our local focus, along with our community impact partners, is working to improve the lives of children, families, seniors and those in emergency situations. Now, the people we serve may be even more vulnerable during this public health emergency.

Hendricks County Community Foundation: All In, Hendricks County Rapid Response Fund

This fund will serve communities most directly impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Highland Park Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Appeal

Donations made in support of the HPCF COVID-19 Emergency Response Appeal will be used to fund requests the HPCF has already received and will continue to receive from our grant recipients and other agencies that serve Highland Park and Highwood residents.

Hillsdale County Community Foundation: Emergency Relief Fund

With this fund, HCCF will be able to make emergency grants to local non-profits responding to the emergent needs in Hillsdale County.

Hinton Area Foundation: Disaster Relief Fund

We support other organizations in Hinton and Summers County (e.g. REACHH-FRC, Yummy Bags, etc) whose expertise is providing direct services to those in need in the community. Giving to the Hinton Area Foundation relieves these organizations of the work of accounting for funds from many donors and allows them to keep their focus on the work which they do best.

Hispanics in Philanthropy: COVID-19 Rapid Response Migration Fund

The Rapid Response Migration Fund will award mini-grants to help frontline migrant-serving organizations develop and launch emergency protocols, cover unexpected costs due to office closures or disrupted revenue streams, increase agility in services and advocacy, and address other unforeseen impacts of the ongoing pandemic.

Hispanics in Philanthropy: Farmworkers Pandemic Relief Fund

Funds raised will be given directly to the farmworker community during these uncertain times. The financial support will help farmworkers purchase basic needs for their families, like groceries and hygienic supplies; pay for utilities and other expenses; and assistance to offset medical costs and to aid in purchasing medical supplies.

Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky: Relief Fund

The fund is designed to complement the work of local public health, nonprofit, and government entities, and to expand local capacity to support individuals and families experiencing hardship because of the outbreak and related closures and disruptions. Our initial priority with the first phase of funding will be to fund nonprofits addressing the following needs, although others may be considered:

• Food and basic hygiene and cleaning supplies
• Medication and health care needs not supported by insurance
• Access to essential needs listed above (e.g. transportation, technology)

Horizons Foundation: LGBTQ COVID-19 Response Emergency Fund

To help Bay Area LGBTQ nonprofit organizations respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially to support individuals, couples, and families impacted by the pandemic and those in vulnerable and underserved parts of the community. And to help maintain our community’s critical nonprofit and service infrastructure by providing immediate financial support to LGBTQ organizations that play especially critical roles in that infrastructure.

Humboldt Area Foundation: COVID-19 Regional Response Fund

We are especially concerned about the most vulnerable in our communities, from seniors and people with compromised immune systems to low-wage workers and those needing food and shelter.

Huntington County Community Foundation: Emergency Relief Fund

The Huntington County Community Foundation and United Way of Huntington County have teamed up to commit $25,000 each towards the creation of the Huntington County Emergency Relief Fund to help support those in our community that will be most affected by the health and economic effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Idaho Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund for Idaho will provide immediate and long-term grants on a rolling basis to organizations that work with people disproportionately affected by the virus, including those who are enduring economic hardship as a result of lost work and economically vulnerable people affected by closures of services on which they rely.

Impact Charitable: Left Behind Workers Fund for Colorado

Our goal is to empower people who do not have access to any relief programs, to address their most pressing needs (food, rent, bills, health, transportation, etc.). We have begun distributing cash grants to individuals and families across the state, and are seeking to rapidly grow this fund to serve the thousands of more people in need.

Impact On Education: Critical Needs Fund

As soon as the spread of COVID-19 required schools to close, Impact on Education jumped into action. As the Foundation for Boulder Valley’s public schools, we created our Critical Needs Fund to support students and schools in a variety of ways during the unprecedented school closures. And in just under two weeks we have received over $70,000 from 400 generous supporters. This support has been overwhelming, and we are deeply moved by our community’s commitment to education and our students.

ImpactAssets: COVID Response Fund

The Fund leverages a pipeline of 5,000 beneficiaries, projects, companies and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) from the ImpactAssets’ platform, ecosystem and broader network. ImpactAssets’ 1,300+ donor community is providing referrals as well.

Indiaspora: ChaloGive for COVID-19

Indiaspora has launched a ChaloGive for COVID-19 online giving campaign to fight hunger and provide relief directly to vulnerable populations affected most by the coronavirus pandemic in the United States and India.

Indigenous Environmental Network: Emergency Mutual Aid Fund

This rapid response support will be extended to community-based Indigenous peoples and organizations from the U.S. and Canada (Central and South America on a case-by-case basis), who either are helping the community with transportation and essential needs or who have lost their primary income from a home business.

Inland Empire Community Foundation: COVID-19 Resilience Fund

Grants will be made to organizations in each county assisting those impacted by job loss or facing homelessness because of COVID-19.

Innovia Foundation: Eastern Washington COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

The funds are designed to complement the work of public health officials, medical providers, businesses and governments to expand regional capacity addressing the outbreak as effectively as possible.

Innovia Foundation: Northern Idaho COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

The funds are designed to complement the work of public health officials, medical providers, businesses and governments to expand regional capacity addressing the outbreak as effectively as possible.

Jackson Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Jackson Community Foundation and United Way of Jackson County are part of a network of nonprofits, community leaders and crisis response groups collaborating to identify the greatest needs and develop actions to address them.

Among the many issues they’re looking at are access to food, household essentials like toiletries and cleaning supplies, and how to keep the community’s safety net strong as the crisis continues.

The funds will be used to meet the basic needs of our residents to include diapers, food, and essential items, our nonprofits who help those individuals and the long term implications of this crisis.

Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund: COVID-19 Response Fund

The Federation has established a COVID-19 Response Fund to enable our donors and community to help meet both individual and organizational needs. Even as we assess the medium to long-range impact, we know these needs are already felt by our community organizations.

Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego: Coronavirus Response Funds

Donations will go towards supporting a variety of actions taken in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Support will be provided to local organizations serving vulnerable populations, Jewish community needs, and public health.

Kalamazoo Community Foundation: Community Urgent Relief Fund

This relief fund will be used to address the emerging needs that are surfacing in key services for our most vulnerable community members.

Kern Community Foundation: Kern County COVID-19 Relief Fund

To provide grants to Kern County nonprofit organizations serving vulnerable populations and/or those who can present a clear case of direct impact due to the medical or economic effects of the pandemic.

King Baudouin Foundation United States: COVID-19 Emergency Response Funds - Africa

Each one of these Emergency Response Funds will pool contributions from donors, and distribute their generosity to the nonprofits listed on the country page. These include local nonprofits working on the frontlines of their country's response - disseminating clear and factual information about the disease, working on prevention through access to water and soap, and providing much needed services to the most vulnerable groups, such as the poor and the elderly. Also listed are hospitals that will need additional beds, emergency equipment and basic supplies.

King Baudouin Foundation United States: COVID-19 Emergency Response Funds - Europe

Each one of these Emergency Response Funds will pool donor contributions, and distribute their generosity to the nonprofit organizations listed on the country page. These organizations include leading hospitals that are overwhelmed by the large influx of patients, and lack beds in their intensive care units, emergency equipment such as ventilators, but also basic supplies such as surgical masks, protective suits and safety glasses. Also listed are other nonprofits working on the frontlines of their country's response, providing much needed social services to the most vulnerable groups, such as the elderly, the poor and the homeless.

Kitsap Community Foundation: Unity in the Community COVID-19 Response Fund

The Unity in the Community COVID-19 Response Fund is funded by a coalition of philanthropy and business partners on the Kitsap Peninsula with the purpose of helping our local nonprofits respond to this epidemic and maintain their own Resilience.

La Crosse Community Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

Hosted by La Crosse Community Foundation and supported by Great Rivers United Way, this fund will provide flexible and rapid resources to charitable organizations working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic consequences of the outbreak and its related preventative measures. The fund is designed to complement the work of public health officials and expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak and subsequent closures as efficiently as possible.

The first phase of these rapid-response grants will address:

· The economic impact of reduced and lost work due to the COVID-19 outbreak
· Immediate needs of economically vulnerable populations caused by closures and cancellations related to COVID-19
· Increased demand for medical information and support

La Crosse Community Foundation will administer grants in partnership with Great Rivers United Way. Together we will proactively identify potential grant recipients, solicit guidance on potential recipients from community advisors, review grant applications, and recommend final awards. Funds will be released on a rolling basis as fundraising continues throughout the outbreak and recovery phases of the crisis, making it possible to move resources quickly and adapt to evolving needs in subsequent funding phases. The fund expects to make an initial round of grants within the next few weeks.

LaGrange County Community Foundation: Good Samaritan Fund

COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants will provide relief to our local nonprofits during this time of uncertainty. It will provide support to nonprofit and other community organizations engaging in basic needs relief, short-term response, and long-term recovery in LaGrange County that is directly connected to COVID-19. Priority will be given to organizations providing basic needs services to people who are immediately suffering from the crisis.

Lancaster County Community Foundation and United Way of Lancaster County: Lancaster Cares – COVID-19 Response Fund

Money from this fund will be granted to trusted local community benefit (nonprofit) organizations to help them expand their capacity to reach more people more quickly. Key partners to deliver services to Lancaster residents that need support include:

-Food Security. As the core provider to most food distribution organizations in the region, the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank can maximize an infusion of cash to make the largest regional impact. The Food Bank is well-positioned through existing partnerships with community benefit organizations to support food needs throughout the entire county.

-Housing Support. Keeping people in their homes is of utmost importance. Although the Federal government, the State, and the County are taking measures to stall foreclosures and evictions, we know there will be housing needs to be addressed. Lanc Co MyHome and its collaborative are effective partners in providing assistance to families facing eviction or foreclosure, in addition to being a resource for the currently homeless population.

-Emerging community needs. Applications are now open to nonprofit 501c3 organizations helping to serve critical needs of residents across Lancaster County. These funds are designed to act as “Rapid Response Dollars” and available to programs that can quickly and efficiently turn dollars into resources that support residents across Lancaster County affected by the pandemic.

Lapeer County Community Foundation: Emergency Relief Fund

This fund serves as a centralized place for giving that will guarantee that 100 percent of funds donated will be used locally in response to the coronavirus. The Lapeer County Community Foundation has established the Lapeer County Emergency Relief Fund to quickly coordinate and deploy resources to nonprofit organizations in Lapeer County and to serve as a centralized point of giving and distribution of financial assistance.

Latino Community Foundation: Love Not Fear Fund

Latino Community Foundation’s Love Not Fear Fund is a response to the global pandemic that channels critical funds to Latino-led organizations serving California’s most vulnerable communities – our elders, undocumented, farmworkers, and working-class families in the Central Valley and Inland Empire.

Latino Community Fund, Inc.: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

100% of the dollars raised will support emergency assistance for immigrant families in crisis in MANY counties (Dekalb, Gwinnett, Cobb, Clarke, Whitfield, Chatham, and some areas in South Georgia) through the AMAZING community work of four core organizations and other coalition partners and members:

- Vecinos of Buford Highway in Dekalb County
- Ser Familia (offices in Cobb and Gwinnett Counties)
- Coalition of Latino Leaders in Dalton (Whitfield County)
- Dignidad Inmigrante (Clarke County)

Legacy Foundation: Lake County COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund will provide flexible resources to nonprofit organizations in Lake County, Indiana, working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak. The fund intends to provide grants on a rolling basis to ensure dollars are deployed in the community quickly and responsively. Active fundraising is underway, which will enable multiple rounds of support as the community needs and challenges evolve, and as we gain greater clarity about the course of this crisis.

Lehigh Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

LVCF’s COVID-19 Response Fund provides an opportunity for individuals to support a regional response effort and also to support other emerging issues in an informed way. The LVCF Fund will first support a regional, coordinated effort (the Greater Lehigh Valley COVID-19 Community Response Fund, or “GLV CV19 Fund”) to rapidly deploy resources to community-based, front line nonprofit organizations in the Lehigh Valley.

Lenawee Community Foundation: Lenawee Cares

Our community should be incredibly grateful to three organizations willing to step up without hesitation – Kiwanis Club of Adrian, Adrian Morning Rotary Club, and Gleaner Life Insurance Society! They are partnering with Lenawee Cares, a program of Lenawee Community Foundation, to provide the lead gifts to help our neighbors in need.

Liberty Hill Foundation: COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund for Community Organizing

Organizers are leading powerful campaigns and have already seen some victories in their quest to:

Stop arrests for non-violent offenses
Release non-violent youth and adults from jails
Enact moratoriums on evictions, foreclosures, and utility shut offs
Adopt equitable policies for COVID-19 testing
Secure paid leave
Close toxic hotspots such as oil drilling sites near homes that exacerbate respiratory health challenges
Halt destructive housing “sweeps” and encampment displacement
Stop immigration raids
Protect the rights of our vulnerable service workers

Lincoln Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund will rapidly deploy resources to nonprofit organizations at the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic in Lincoln.

Hosted by Lincoln Community Foundation in partnership with a coalition of leaders from across philanthropy, government and business, the Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in Lincoln working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Grants will fund organizations that have strong experience working with vulnerable populations stressed by the pandemic.

Longmont Community Foundation: Neighbor to Neighbor Covid-19 Relief Fund

This fund will be used to support our neighbors throughout the current coronavirus outbreak. Donations made here will contribute to grants for local organizations serving the most vulnerable in our community throughout this crisis.

Los Altos Community Foundation: 2020 Nonprofit Relief Fund

The LACF 2020 Nonprofit Relief Fund provides needed support to LACF grantees that are established local organizations affected by the impact of the coronavirus. Funds raised for these nonprofits will be used to meet the most critical needs facing our local community.

Luminaria Artist Foundation: Corona Arts Relief Fund

Types of applicable lost revenue could include accrued expenses for canceled events, performances, travel, and travel-related expenses. And, types of applicable professional development could include in-person or distance education opportunities, apprenticeships, conferences, travel, and travel-related expenses.

Madre: Care in Crisis

We work with communities that have experienced wars, genocide, disasters and more. Now they must work to care for each other through the COVID-19 crisis. MADRE gets essential resources to grassroots women’s organizations that need it most. Together with you, MADRE strengthens grassroots women's organizations confronting war, disaster and their aftermath. We help our partners meet urgent needs, build safer and healthier communities, and advocate for lasting change and just solutions.

Main Street Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund will be used to provide grants to local organizations serving our community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. One hundred percent of donations will be go towards response efforts.

Maine Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

This fund supports nonprofit organizations that are involved in frontline efforts to serve the needs of those most affected by the virus and contain the spread of COVID-19. Such organizations include community action programs, area agencies on aging, homeless shelters, food pantries, and other organizations that address hunger, offer child care to essential workers, support youth, and provide support for those with safety and mental health concerns.

Maine Initiatives: COVID-19 Community Care Fund

Through the COVID-19 Community Care Fund, we are raising and pooling funds to make rapid-response grants to the grassroots organizations led by and advocating for those folks who are most at risk in this crisis: indigenous, black and immigrant folks; working class, low income, and poor people; and those that are too often pushed to the margins through incarceration, homelessness, disability, etc. These organizations are our grantee partners. We trust them to lead us in this moment. And they require urgent community support.

Manatee Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

A generous anonymous donor has established the Manatee County COVID-19 Community Response Fund to provide support to local nonprofit organizations in this time of change, uncertainty and opportunity to help our community.

Supported organizations will meet the following criteria:

Registered with the IRS as a 501c3 public charity
Deliver health or human service-related program
Provide a clear understanding of how requested support impacts would impact residents of Manatee County
Able to share a clear explanation of the impact COVID-19 has had or is expected to have on the organization’s operations or programs and the associated costs

Manistee County Community Foundation: Community Relief Fund

The Community Response Fund was activated to provide support to area nonprofit organizations, schools, and governments on the front lines serving those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Marietta Community Foundation: Community Response Fund

The Foundation is encouraging local donors to contribute to the Community Response Fund and ensure local dollars provide local assistance. By contributing to this fund, donors can take a proactive approach and help with both short-term and long-term solutions regarding COVID-19.

Marin Community Foundation: COVID-19 Fund of MCF

Donations are providing focused support in the areas of emergency rental assistance, access to food, and specialized services for older adults and people with disabilities.

MassUndocuFund: COVID-19 Relief in Massachusetts

The Fund seeks to support undocumented children, families, and communities affected by the pandemic to recover and rebuild.

Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles: L.A. Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund

To strengthen Los Angeles communities, health, and emergency response — the Mayor of Los Angeles has identified priority areas for COVID-19 Response and Relief Funds:

•Support for Families
•Relief for Healthcare Workers
•Equipment for Health Response
•Services for Our Unhoused Neighbors
•Powering Real-Time Research

Mayor’s Fund Los Angeles: Angeleno Campaign

As we keep our distance to stay safe, we must otherwise come together as a community to help those of us most in need. The Angeleno Campaign provides direct and immediate financial assistance for individuals and families experiencing extreme financial hardship caused by a job loss, severe reduction of work hours, or furloughs. This includes low-wage hourly workers who had jobs in homes and restaurants, seasonal workers, and other precarious workers such as day laborers, street vendors, or self-employed individuals who are facing extreme economic hardship because of COVID-19.

Meals on Wheels: COVID-19 Response Fund

Vulnerable seniors are at the greatest risk amid COVID-19. Local Meals on Wheels programs are on the front lines every day, focused on doing all they can to keep older Americans safe and nourished in communities across the country.

Mid-Nebraska Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Donations to the COVID-19 Response Fund will be deposited in local banks until paid out to local nonprofits. Applications for COVID-19 Response Grants will be considered from nonprofits organizations that serve people in the North Platte area, including the Nebraska counties of Custer, Dawson, Frontier, Hayes, Hooker, Keith, Lincoln, Logan, McPherson, Perkins and Thomas.

Minneapolis Foundation: OneMPLS Fund

As a collective impact fund, OneMPLS Fund will be used to address the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Minneapolis Foundation will leverage donations made to this fund to support local and community responses to this public health issue.

Montana Community Foundation: COVID-19 Fund

Rural and tribal communities are far more vulnerable in disaster and lack the capacity and resources to respond to disaster in the same way urban cores do. The focus of the Montana COVID-19 Fund is to support these vulnerable communities, enabling them to better manage uncertainty and seek opportunity as they come out of this crisis. The fund also hopes to support rural resiliency that minimizes disruptions, helps ensure rapid recovery, with little loss of economic or social value, and reduces reliance on limited federal resources.

Montgomery County Foundation: MontcoPA COVID-19 Response Fund

Food pantries, senior care programs, rent and utility payment programs for low-income residents, behavioral healthcare and telehealth services, ambulance services, childcare for healthcare workers, domestic violence services, protective personal equipment purchase for nonprofits continuing essential in-person services, public benefits navigator support, and emergency shelters among others.

Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation: Isabella County COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Administered by the Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation, the COVID-19 Community Response Fund for Isabella County will provide flexible resources to organizations in our area working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic impact of this outbreak.

Musicians Foundation: CV19 Support Fund

Your donation directly helps more musicians receive aid in times of need. When a trumpet player requires dental surgery to continue performing, when a hurricane destroys a music educator’s home, or when costly cancer treatments make it difficult for a composer to pay his mortgage, Musicians Foundation provides life-changing assistance. Your donation makes this possible.

Napa Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Fund for Napa County

The Foundation will pay special attention to populations in Napa County that may be particularly susceptible to becoming seriously ill, like the elderly, the medically frail and those living in close quarters. We are concerned about community health, and we are also concerned about the potential for working families to face economic hardship and food insecurity in the months ahead.

National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics: COVID-19 Response Fund

Our members have submitted over $16 million and counting in requests to the NAFC to support their coronavirus response efforts, including providing patients with needed medications and food, developing telehealth programs to keep connected while social distancing, doing COVID-19 screening and testing, keeping patients healthy and out of the emergency departments.

National Day Laborer Organizing Network: Immigrant Workers Safety Net Fund

At worker centers and day laborer corners across the country, NDLON member organizations are working tirelessly to make certain that financial support makes it directly into the hands of day laborers and low-wage workers that need it the most. In addition to offering financial assistance, our member organizations are also organizing food banks, distributing grocery gift cards, and even manufacturing face masks for essential workers who continue risking their lives daily so that others can stay safely at home.

National Domestic Workers Alliance: Coronavirus Care Fund

Funds raised will go directly to support domestic workers. Domestic workers who qualify, and whose applications are approved, can access $400 in emergency assistance that will be mailed to them as a Visa gift card that they can use just like a credit card to buy things in person or online, wherever credit cards are accepted. This emergency assistance is to be used for reasonable and necessary personal, family and living expenses incurred as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, including--but not limited to--preventive health equipment and medical care.

National Geographic Society: COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists

The fund will distribute support ranging from $1,000–8,000 USD for local coverage of the preparation, response, and impact of this global pandemic as seen through evidence-based reporting. Beyond reporting on medical and physical health related to COVID-19, we especially encourage reporting that covers social, emotional, economic, and equity issues. Narratives around the Pandemic necessarily include facts and numbers, but ultimately, must also go deeper—telling the stories of inequities that COVID-19 has brought to light.

Navajo Nation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Navajo Nation's immediate medical needs include N95 masks, face shields, non-latex gloves, medical-grade gloves, goggles/eye protection, surgical and isolation masks, isolation and level II surgical gowns, Tyvek coveralls, surgical caps, shoe covers, thermometers (no touch scan), portable pulse oximeters, ventilators, hand sanitizers, disinfecting wipes and sprays, alcoholbased wipes, and others. The community needs include disposable masks, fabric masks, cleaning supplies, liquid hand soap, hand sanitizer, toiletries, thermometers, paper products, non-perishable food, bottled water, baby necessities (formula, diapers, wipes), livestock feed, hay, pet food, firewood, coal, and others.

Nevada Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

Given the overwhelming need for personal protective equipment (PPE), ventilators and testing supplies, the current focus and purpose of the fund has narrowed to include only the following:

•To make grants and payments to assist the State of Nevada and its political subdivisions in responding to COVID-19;
•To provide assistance and supplies to first responders and healthcare providers; and
•To take such actions and make such payments as Nevada Community Foundation and the Governor’s Task Force determine appropriate to respond to the COVID-19 emergency.

New Canaan Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The fund is intended to mobilize private resources to New Canaan residents and workers, local nonprofits, and support critical services in lower Fairfield County.

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation: Community Crisis Action Fund

This fund will be used to provide grants for organizations working on the frontline of this outbreak and directly serving the most vulnerable throughout this crisis.

New Mexico Community Foundation: Native American Relief Fund

This fund provides emergency grants to tribal communities and organizations to bring food, water, and other emergency supplies to some of the hardest-hit families and communities impacted by COVID-19 across the Navajo, Apache, and Pueblos of New Mexico.

New Mexico Community Foundation: Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fund

The Foundation will make emergency grants from our Vecino, Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fund to nonprofits that support those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Your gift will provide funding for food, water, and other emergency needs to some of the hardest hit areas.

New York Community Trust: The Trust Emergency Fund

With your help, we will support charities that are helping New Yorkers facing the loss of income, food, shelter, health care, and more due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Emergency Fund is addressing the immediate challenges and the recovery and resiliency efforts over the months ahead.

New York Life & Cigna: Brave of Heart Fund

The Fund is designed to provide financial support in the form of charitable relief grants to support the families of healthcare workers who lose their lives to COVID-19. In addition, Cigna behavioral health will provide emotional support and services.

No Justice No Pride: COVID-19 Response Fund for Sex Workers in DC Area

As we see shelter in place orders be discussed in this country’s largest cities, we are asking community to help us raise funds for:

1) Emergency microgrants to be given to Trans sex workers - for food, bill and travel assistance, for cleaning, hygiene, sanitation and other related essentials

2) Motel rooms for homeless, housing insatiable and motel dependant Trans sex workers and sex workers who need to quarantine.

3) Replenishing supplies provided by DecrimNowDC Groups that are currently in high demand by community members

4) #DCMutualAidNetwork relief work and supplies related to that response for DC Sex workers

Nonprofit Finance Fund: NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund

With generous support from the Ford Foundation and a group of leading New York philanthropies, we are providing no-interest loans to New York City nonprofit organizations working in the human services, with particular interest in those supporting essential healthcare, food delivery, homeless services, workforce development, educational support, and early childhood education, and arts and culture, so you can cover your costs while waiting for revenue that has been delayed by the current crisis.

North Dakota Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community & Nonprofit Response Fund

The grants from this fund are intended to support efforts to
flatten the curve
of COVID-19 infections in North Dakota by helping our communities follow public health recommendations and help address the financial impact of following those recommendations. Grants can also be used to assist organizations in delivering critical services in their communities or region, especially if their staffing levels or supplies have been reduced by COVID-19 impacts, or if they serve vulnerable populations (like our senior citizens). Applicants may serve individuals, organizations, or communities, but individuals and businesses may not apply directly for grants.

North Georgia Community Foundation: NGCF Coronavirus Relief Fund

The North Georgia Community Foundation's NGCF Coronavirus Relief Fund is a fund that will make strategic grants to nonprofits impacted by and serving those who are affected by the coronavirus.

North Star Fund: Future of Organizing Fund

The fund will be supporting organizations that center structural change and that are led by people most impacted by inequality and oppression in these demanding times.

North Valley Community Foundation: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Rapid Response Fund

Those 501(c)(3) organizations and government agencies would be eligible for assistance to help prepare and deploy resources in the area. Particular attention will be focused on food security and health care for low-income individuals and families including senior citizens, children, and people experiencing homelessness.

Northern Piedmont Community Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

The Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison and Rappahannock counties helping to alleviate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund will operate in partnership with local governments, schools, other foundations and the private sector to address current and emerging needs and strategically fill gaps in support.

Northwest Minnesota Foundation: Emergency Disaster Recovery Fund

The purpose of this grant program is to provide resources for those specifically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including but not limited to food security, services to the elderly and most vulnerable people, and other services critical to help meet immediate needs in the community.

Oakland Fund for Public Innovation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Oakland COVID-19 Relief Fund provides immediate grants to nonprofit organizations working on the frontlines. We are committed to a thoughtful, rapid, and transparent process to disburse the funds collected.

Oakland Public Education Fund: COVID-19 Rapid Relief Fund

The fund's efforts are focused on the following areas:

- Feeding students and families
- Continuity of teaching & learning
- Supporting vulnerable families through rapid cash assistance

Oklahoma City Community Foundation: 2020 Disaster Relief Fund

The Oklahoma City Community Foundation has and will continue to play a pivotal role within our community to help those in seeking assistance, and establishing this fund was a way to step up and let our most vulnerable citizens know that we are here to help.

Omaha Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The following areas of need are the focus of this fund. We are working with several local partners across sectors to understand how organizations are providing these important safety nets to those most vulnerable in the metro area.

•Food Support: With school closings, many school age community members are missing out on essential meals for the day. Additionally, low wage and/or hourly workers may further struggle to access to food.

•Healthcare: Healthcare organizations will be handling cases of the virus, while also caring for those in our most vulnerable populations.

•Emergency Housing: These service providers need to stay open and take extra measures to ensure their client’s safety during this unprecedented time.

•Emergency Financial Assistance: Families and individuals may struggle with rent, mortgage, or utilities due to job loss or loss of wages.

•Seniors: Seniors are among the most affected by the virus, but will also have less access to needed medication and food as a result of community-wide social distancing strategies.

One Louisville: COVID-19 Response Fund

The goal of this fund is to attract and provide flexible funding resources to help communities, individuals and businesses who are disproportionately impacted by the virus and its economic consequences. Funds will be used to complement the work of public health officials and will be distributed in the most equitable and transparent manner considering relevant and emerging data on our community's needs.

Opportunity Fund: Small Business Relief Fund

How your support for Opportunity Fund’s Small Business Relief Fund Will Help Small Business Owners:

1. Loan Payment Relief: Affected businesses can skip a payment on their loan for up to three months. The payment will either be forgiven entirely or tacked onto the end of the loan, depending on how well the business is situated to bounce back.

2. Affordable Capital: Borrowers in need of capital can access funding, ensuring businesses avoid taking on high-interest debt from unscrupulous lenders that may be preying upon small businesses right now.

3. Expert Advice: Business owners navigating uncharted waters can receive free, expert technical assistance to restructure debt, financial and tax advice, marketing strategies, legal support, and human resource and layoff aversion support.

Orange County Resilience Fund

Donations made to the OC Community Resilience Fund will be used to provide grants for nonprofits focused on community-based solutions and individuals impacted by COVID-19. The fund hopes to build resilience in Orange County and provide support to the most vulnerable in the community.

Orange County United Way: Pandemic Relief Fund

The fund will:

1. Prevent growth in homelessness due to the economic impacts of COVID-19 to low-income individuals and families through emergency support such as rental, food, utility, and other emergency assistance.

2. Support the public health response to protect our homeless neighbors; and support organizations who are on the frontlines through materials and supplies to prevent the spread of disease, as well as increasing the overall capacity of the shelter system to be able to address the crisis and meet emergency health standards.

3. Provide support to low-income students and their families who require assistance with staying connected to their academic learning and other emergency services.

4. Provide additional support to our non-profit partners, such as the local food banks and other vital community services, so they can continue doing their critical human services work in this time of need.

Orcas Island Community Foundation: Community Emergency Response Fund

Donations made to this fund will be used to ensure essential supports remain available throughout the Orcas community as needs arise during this time of the COVID-19 crisis.

Oregon Community Foundation: Oregon Community Recovery Fund

Established in collaboration with partners throughout the state, the Oregon Community Recovery Fund is rapidly deploying resources to community-based organizations at the front lines of the Coronavirus outbreak. At this time, OCF is prioritizing funding to support organizations that are responding to the immediate needs of Oregon communities facing the most disproportionate health, social and economic impacts of this pandemic. These communities include:

-Communities of color (Black, Latinx, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander)
-Rural communities
-Other vulnerable communities

Oregon Community Foundation: Oregon Small Business Stabilization Fund

The Oregon Small Business Stabilization Fund will provide funds to nonprofit organizations in Oregon that provide loans or grants to small businesses particularly affected by the outbreak of COVID-19. Small businesses are not eligible to receive grants.

Oregon Trail Community Foundation: COVID-19 Food Fund

This effort will initially provide funding to local restaurants that are addressing food insecurity, especially for youth and older adults. These establishments have been preparing and serving food since the disaster first began to unfold in our community. Donations will pay the food distributors and/or grocery stores directly, so these efforts can continue doing what they are already doing, and not be burdened with fundraising.

Otsego Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

This fund will provide critical support to local organizations providing services that are vital to well being of our community including food, safety, mental and physical health, local economy, and unknown future needs.

Outer Banks Community Foundation: COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants Program

The COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants Program will help nonprofits provide vital services to the Outer Banks through the Coronavirus crisis. Those services could include child care, elder care, medical care, emergency response services, financial assistance to people out of work, nutritional assistance, and beyond. Grant requests will be accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed every two weeks to ensure quick decisions and timely programs.

OutRight Action International: COVID-19 Global LGBTIQ Emergency Fund

Seventy-five percent of the funds raised - the overwhelming majority - will be distributed as grants to grassroots LGBTIQ organizations on the frontlines around the world (in all regions outside of North America and Western Europe). OutRight will provide grants ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 to LGBTIQ organizations that are addressing urgent issues, i.e.:

• Healthcare for LGBTIQ populations impacted by COVID-19;
• Food and housing to LGBTIQ people impacted by coronavirus;
• Emergency services for LGBTIQ survivors of domestic violence; and
• Documenting spikes in homophobic and transphobic violence in this time of crisis

Palo Alto Community Fund: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The PACF COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide grants to nonprofit organizations in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto and Menlo Park that are helping alleviate immediate hardships for people in our local neighborhoods.

Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation: Tahoe Together Community Support Fund

In the short-term, this fund will provide resources for basic, immediate needs, while the long-term goals will be focused on recovery and resilience throughout the Tahoe region.

Park City Community Foundation: Community Response Fund

The fund is currently supporting health and human services nonprofits in greater Park City that are handling cases related to the impact of COVID-19. Targeted operating grants fund organizations that have deep roots in community and strong experience working with residents without health insurance and/or access to sick days, people with limited English language proficiency, healthcare and gig economy workers, and communities of color, among others.

Parkersburg Area Community Foundation: Safety Net Fund and Hunger Fund

Working in partnership with area funders and donors, the PACF is actively contacting regional nonprofits to assess COVID-19 impact on their clients and communities and identifying ways to respond to the needs.

Pasadena Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The PCF COVID-19 Response Fund provides flexible resources to Pasadena-based organizations as they respond to the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus and quarantines. PCF has made an initial commitment of $100,000 to provide local relief, and donors may make charitable gifts to the fund that will benefit both urgent and long-term community needs.

Paso del Norte Community Foundation: El Paso COVID-19 Response Fund

The Paso del Norte Community Foundation has established the El Paso COVID-19 Response Fund to support the evolving needs of the region in responding effectively to COVID-19.

Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation: Essential Needs Fund

We will utilize the Essential Needs Fund to provide important support to our nonprofit partners who are offering emergency relief to families and individuals in need, and to support our nonprofit partners who have experienced financial hardship in their operations due to COVID-19. Specifically:

1. Grants may be used to provide flexible dollars to local organizations that are helping our community’s most vulnerable residents with increased or unexpected needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic that, if unmet, could result in a crisis situation for those individuals and their families;

2. Grants may also support the general operations of nonprofit organizations within all sectors of the community that have experienced considerable financial hardship due to COVID-19. For operating support from the Essential Needs Fund, organizations must demonstrate that their hardship is due to COVID-19. For example, but not limited to, large increase in demand for services, lost earned revenue due to cancelled events, closed resale stores or cancelled or reduced fundraisers.

Philadelphia Foundation: COVID-19 Fund

Grants will be used to continue community safety nets including food pantries and health services; help with preparedness and protection needs such as hygiene supplies; and ensure access to accurate, up-to-date information and available services.

Philadelphia School Partnership: Jump-Start Philly Schools Fund

When schools announced closures last month, PSP reached out to schools of all types in Philadelphia, education organizations and community groups to assess the education-related challenges facing families, school leaders and teachers. Three areas stood out:

Closing the Device Gap
Transitioning to Virtual Learning
Preparing for Academic Recovery

Philanthrofund Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund is rapidly deploying resources to the LGBTQIA community affected by the coronavirus crisis. This Fund micro grants to individuals and nonprofits that are most affected by the Coronavirus. The first round of grants is prioritizing the communities listed below, all of whom are particularly impacted by this crisis.

• Low-income residents, including those without health insurance and/or access to sick days
• Low-income workers in disproportionally impacted industries, such as healthcare and the service industry, as well as gig-economy workers
• Residents with greater health risks, including people over age 60, people with compromised immune systems, and pregnant people.
• People experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities, communities of color, and undocumented workers and families.

Philanthropy Northwest: Washington Food Fund

Washington Food Fund is raising money to provide food and supplies for those in need during the COVID-19 crisis, including the elderly, people who struggle with health issues or have lost their jobs, and children who normally rely on school for meals. Our neighbors are going hungry during this crisis and we can help.

Pickaway County Community Foundation: Feed Our Kids Fund

The Pickaway County Community Foundation is working with programs that already exist in the County or that are being formed by the schools and community to aid in the relief of these families to provide financial assistance to the programs.

Pike Place Market Foundation: Community Safety Net

The Community Safety Net provides emergency assistance for Market residents, members of the social service agencies, or of the merchant, daystall and farmer communities who have experienced extraordinary hardship and are in need of assistance to regain their stability.

Pikes Peak Community Foundation: COVID-19 Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund

The Emergency Response Fund for El Paso County and the Emergency Response Fund for Teller County provide grants to nonprofit organizations serving those affected by a natural disaster or crisis. The Fund accepts contributions on a continual basis.

Pinellas Community Foundation: Tampa Bay Resiliency Fund

Investment allocations from this fund will be made through a lens of serving the most vulnerable by race and socioeconomic status.

This is an evidence-informed response to a public health crisis, and our response will be led by the public health department’s epidemiology and staying abreast of the growing knowledge of best responses.

Funding allocations will be prioritized generally among the following three categories: Protection of life, mitigation of additional harm, and strengthening nonprofits related to critical intervention services to the community.

Pittsburgh Foundation: Emergency Action Fund

The Emergency Action Fund will serve as a hub for accepting donations from individuals, foundations, and businesses and distributing those funds rapidly to nonprofits on the front lines of COVID-19 response.

Placer Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund will offer flexible resources to organizations in our area working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.

POISE Foundation: Critical Community Needs Fund

The purpose of the CCNF is to provide support to small, Black Led Organizations (BLOs) responding to critical needs in the Black community resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. BLOs in the region are rising to the challenge to serve as anchors and hubs for much needed services and support to our region’s most vulnerable populations. Many organizations have found themselves pivoting to address emerging critical needs and their resources are severely strained as they aggressively work to bring hope and support during these challenging times.

Porter County Community Foundation: Community Response Fund

This fund provides rapid-response support to nonprofit organizations on the front lines serving our community in times of crisis.

Pottawattamie County Community Foundation: Southwest Iowa COVID-19 Response

In partnership with the Iowa West Foundation, the Southwest Iowa COVID-19 Response unmet needs fund will support the many and varied ongoing local efforts of our nonprofit partners to address challenges brought forth by COVID-19, as well as focus philanthropic efforts to ensure resources are available to the nonprofit organizations serving our community.

Pride Foundation: Crisis Community Care Fund

Pride Foundation is committed to showing up for everyone in our communities, and centering those who are most impacted by COVID-19. We understand that this public health crisis disproportionately affects our communities, including those who are immunocompromised, living with HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ+ older adults, Black and Indigenous communities, and our East Asian communities who are experiencing racist and xenophobic attacks.

Princeton Area Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Fund

The Princeton Area Community Foundation has assembled a coalition of funders to create a COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund to help support nonprofits working with the most vulnerable residents in Mercer County and the surrounding region. We anticipate that our region, particularly our low-income children, families, seniors and communities, will face increased struggles because of reduced or lost income, food and housing insecurity, health needs and childcare needs related to school closures.

Quad Cities Community Foundation: Disaster Recovery Fund

The Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund supports organizations providing basic needs services to people impacted by this pandemic through health and safety measures, economic distress, and increased need of support services. 100% of contributions will be granted back into the community swiftly.

Red Lodge Area Community Foundation: Carbon County COVID Relief Fund

Currently, our first priority and focus is on providing funds to nonprofit organizations providing disaster relief efforts and individuals negatively affected by COVID-19 impacts, who are in need of assistance. While the purpose of the fund is to focus on helping individuals and nonprofit organizations, assistance to the business community may be considered in the future when we know what other forms of assistance may be available to businesses and the longer term effects of the pandemic. In a declared disaster situation, it is possible for the Foundation to make grants to businesses for long term recovery for things not covered by other means such as insurance or government aid. Since the government is considering legislation which will specifically address business needs with loans and grants to help businesses weather this situation, for now, we will leave business assistance to the government.

Reinvestment Fund: Philadelphia Emergency Fund for Stabilization of Early Education

PEFSEE will provide grant funds to minimize the loss of capacity and expertise in the sector so that children and families continue to have access to high quality early learning opportunities once this crisis has passed. The fund will support organizations that provide early learning for children from birth to age five, whose businesses may be struggling due to COVID-19 closures.

Restaurant Opportunities Centers United: Restaurant Worker Disaster Relief Fund

In this time of acute hardship, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United is requesting emergency financial support to establish this Restaurant Worker Disaster Relief Fund. With the dramatic increase in the number of restaurant closures, we are shifting our efforts to provide emergency relief to the millions of restaurant workers who we expect will lose their livelihood in the coming weeks.

Return to the Heart Foundation: Native COVID-19 Action Fund

Identify and support urgent safety needs of Indian Country including: Rapid Covid Tests and Personal Protective Equipment supplies (N95 masks, face shields, gloves, Tyvek suits, cots, disinfection wipes, hand sanitizer)

Identify, connect and support traditional healers for mental health, spiritual, and cultural information access.

Support restorative and regenerative strategies that support farming efforts to reclaim and repair traditional territories to provide food and medicine.

Rhode Island Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The grants will aim to complement the work of public health officials by expanding local capacity to address the outbreak’s social, health, and economic impacts in the short and long term.

Richmond Promise: Scholars Rapid Response Fund

We’ve reached out to all of our scholars and are hearing about a number of ways they need help. Their main needs are:

Access to technology that will allow them to study remotely (ie: internet and computer access)

Assistance traveling from their campuses home

Unexpected food and living expenses due to campus closure and job instability for students and families, particularly students and parents who are undocumented

RIP Medical Debt: Helping COVID Heroes Fund

Funds donated to the Helping COVID Heroes Fund will be used to identify, buy and abolish the medical debts of healthcare professionals and other first responders working across our country’s emergency response infrastructure to support their heroic efforts in this time of crisis.

Ripley County Community Foundation: Disaster Relief Fund

We are dedicated to the health and well-being of our entire community. We will continue to rally together to keep our families safe and healthy and support one another. Our mission is to assist donors in building an enduring source of charitable assets to benefit the citizens and qualified organizations of Ripley County.

River Region United Way: Community COVID-19 United Relief Fund

In the coming weeks and months, our goal is to solve problems together and help people by providing needed resources to local nonprofit partners, equipping them to put their mission statements into practice.

Robert R. McCormick Foundation: Chicago COVID-19 Journalism Fund

To support media organizations responding to local information needs related to COVID-19 and covering the public health emergency’s impact on Chicagoland communities. All organizations that receive a grant must make the coverage they produce with these funds freely available to the public.

Robin Hood: Relief Fund

The Robin Hood Relief Fund is helping New Yorkers by supporting the nonprofit organizations on the frontlines. 100 percent of donations will provide emergency support through food, housing, job security and more.

Sacramento Region Community Foundation: Sacramento Region Disaster Fund

The fund will support nonprofit organizations that provide vital services within the capital area and that face severe operational challenges and non-recoverable expenses as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Saginaw Community Foundation: SCF Emergency Relief Fund

The Saginaw Community Foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund is designed to complement the community’s current efforts and expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible. The Saginaw Community Foundation is in communication with our community partners across Saginaw County to define these needs and provide a rapid response as needed to area nonprofit agencies and local government entities.

Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation: Disaster Recovery Fund

The purpose of this fund is to provide support to local organization addressing the immediate and long-term needs of Minnesota communities, specifically the most vulnerable in those communities. 100% of fund contributions will be distributed to grantmaking organizations for disaster recovery efforts in the state of Minnesota.

San Angelo Area Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Donations to this fund will be used to provide financial support for area charitable organizations that will work with individuals, families, and communities who may be most affected by this epidemic.

San Antonio Area Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The fund will provide grants to local nonprofits addressing five key areas: the economic impact of reduced and lost work due to the broader coronavirus outbreak; the immediate needs of economically vulnerable populations caused by COVID-19 related closures; increased demand for medical information and support; fear and confusion about the outbreak amongst our most vulnerable residents; and resources available for families of school-aged children.

Grants will be provided on a rolling basis to ensure dollars are deployed in the community quickly and responsively.

San Diego Foundation: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Grant funding will focus on three critical areas:
(1) food security
(2) rental and utility assistance
(3) income replacement or gap funding

San Diego Hunger Coalition: Hunger Free Kids COVID-19 Response Fund

The Hunger Free Kids COVID-19 response fund supports San Diego School Districts and community-based nonprofits in responding to the needs of San Diego students and their families facing foods insecurity during COVID-19. For many families, school meals are essential in making ends meet during tough times. With schools closed during the pandemic, this vital flow of nutritious meals into our hunger relief system slowed to a trickle.

San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium: Immigrant Relief Fund

Many immigrants across San Diego County have had their hours reduced, are temporarily not working, or have lost their jobs altogether. Some immigrant workers are ineligible for certain federal and state benefits such as unemployment and food stamps. While some resources are available to help people pay bills and rent, there is little or no monetary support going directly to families who are left without money to cover their basic needs. The SDIRC Immigrant Relief Fund aims to help fill the gap, providing assistance to people in need.

San Francisco Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

The COVID-19 Coronavirus Regional Response Fund supports key organizations serving each of the ten Bay Area counties and addresses the following four issue areas, described in greater detail below: worker support, preventing homelessness and providing renter protection/housing security, ensuring food security, and addressing racial bias.

San Juan Island Community Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

The San Juan Island Community Foundation has established the SJICF Emergency Response Fund to meet critical needs in the San Juan Island community resulting from an emergency or crisis affecting San Juan Islanders. In this time, the San Juan Island Community Foundation asks for your support by donating to this fund to help address the critical needs posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sanilac County Community Foundation: Emergency Assistance Fund

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sanilac County Community Foundation (SCCF) is providing emergency assistance funding to local organizations that are going above and beyond their typical operations to assist the community during this time. These grants can be used for operations costs, which is typically not a qualified grant per SCCF policies. We are also striving to keep this application as succinct as possible, knowing that time is of the essence.

Santa Barbara Foundation: Community Disaster Relief Fund

The United Way of Santa Barbara County (UWSBC) and the Santa Barbara Foundation (SBF) are working in partnership to provide financial support to address the needs of individuals and families in Santa Barbara County as well as the nonprofits who serve them. SBF and UWSBC are preemptively mobilizing in response to the increasing numbers of confirmed cases in our region. Your donation to the Community Disaster Relief Fund (CDRF) will support our COVID-19 response effort.

Santa Fe Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund supports a diverse array of needs during the crisis. We are now prioritizing support for nonprofits focusing on health/wellbeing and food insecurity. As more funding becomes available, we will consider making support available to nonprofits providing other kinds of services.

Schott Foundation for Public Education: Loving Communities Response Fund

Schott Foundation for Public Education, working in partnership with national organizations like the Journey for Justice Alliance and the Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools, has created the Loving Communities Response Fund to support community-led grassroots organizations who serve youth and families directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

SCIDpda: CID Restaurants and other Small Businesses Relief Fund

This fund will give direct dollars to the small businesses in the CID to help them mitigate the impacts of this pandemic. Additional donations raised by this fund will continue to be distributed directly to small businesses in the CID as we continue to learn the impacts of this situation on our neighborhood.

Scranton Area Community Foundation: NEPA COVID-19 Response Fund

The NEPA COVID-19 Response Fund is a non-endowed, field-of-interest fund, which intends to provide immediate, responsive, and flexible resources to organizations in our local communities working with those who are impacted by COVID-19 and the related economic, social, and health-related consequences of the outbreak. The Fund is designed to expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible, particularly those that might be unable to be effectively addressed otherwise.

Seattle Artists Relief Fund Amid COVID-19

This fund is aimed at helping those in the greater Seattle arts community who have been financially impacted by cancellations due to COVID-19. Depending on funding levels and amount of requests, priority may given to artists from communities that have been historically and systemically economically disadvantaged in the Seattle Area: BIPOC artists, transgender & nonbinary artists, and disabled artists - but we will try to help as many artists with need in Seattle as we can.

Seattle Colleges Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Fund

In the best of times, many students at the Seattle Colleges struggle with food and housing insecurity. The COVID-19 crisis makes things far tougher. In coming months, we anticipate providing grants up to $1,000 for needs including groceries, rent, child care and educational technology.

Seattle Foundation: Black Future Co-op Fund

The Fund will also invest in technical assistance, “back-of-house” support, and administrative support to the underresourced nonprofit and community-based organizations that have worked for decades in support of the Black community, providing the infrastructure they need to sustain their critical efforts. It will invest in future generations of Black children born in Washington state—so that they may have an opportunity to not only survive, but to thrive.

Seattle Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The Fund makes grants to nonprofits that are working on the frontlines to provide our region's most vulnerable communities with emergency assistance, such as financial support, healthcare, and childcare.

Seattle Foundation: The Plate Fund

The Plate Fund is providing one-time cash payments to the hardest-hit workers in the restaurant and food-service industry. Wait staff, line cooks, dishwashers, bartenders and others employed by food and drink businesses that were forced to close or suspend operations must pay for necessities like groceries, medicine, rent, baby products and phone bills now.

Seattle Public Schools & Alliance for Education: Education Equity Fund

Donations will fund:

1. Internet access for students so they can engage in remote learning
2. Technical assistance for families so they can support their students
3. Printed learning materials to supplement online student learning
4. Laptops for educators so they can continue to connect with and support students remotely

Seed Commons: Worker Response Fund

Funds will be made available to cooperatives across our network according to a structured process of need and rationing approved by our board. Donations will be tax deductible and directly support workers, providing much needed assistance in a time of urgent need. Seed Commons member loan funds will also be working with borrowing businesses directly to reassess project plans and repayment timelines to ensure sustainability even in this time of uncertainty.

Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples: Flicker Fund

Flicker Fund goes directly to Indigenous community generated and led initiatives, providing:

1. Basic and urgent health, wellness, and hygiene needs of the most vulnterable with a focus on elders, multi-generational households, and families with children under the age of 5 years old
2. Traditional healing practices and remedies, food systems, and immune support
3. Historic and cultural teachings, stories, and lifeways that advance traditional knowledge systems that inform community members on health, healing, and moving forward with vitality

Shasta Regional Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

This fund will address the needs of our region’s most vulnerable residents who will be impacted by the Coronavirus.

Shiawassee Community Foundation: Shiawassee Community Cares Fund

Donations from this fund will be used to provide grants for non-profit organizations who are struggling to survive as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sierra Health Foundation: Donate4Sacramento COVID-19 Regional Response Fund

Our mission is to ensure families, individuals and businesses receive assistance for essential supplies, food, rent, utilities and other needs. In short, we plan to do what Sacramentans always do in times of crisis – pull together and demonstrate the incredible power of a community that cares for all of its members.

Sierra Health Foundation: Northern California COVID-19 Response Fund

The mission of the Response Fund is to ensure vulnerable families, individuals and the nonprofits serving them receive assistance for essential supplies, food, rent, utilities and other basic needs, including access to health and human services, programs and protections available under local, state and federal law.

Sierra Health Foundation: San Joaquin Valley Health Fund COVID-19 Response Cluster

The mission of the Response Cluster is to ensure vulnerable families, individuals and the nonprofits serving them have the essential supplies, food, rent, utilities and other provisions needed, including access to the services, programs and protections available under local, state and federal law. As we move forward, we want to also support recovery, resilience and policy and systems change to address the root inequities that cause vulnerable populations to experience severe consequences as a result of all types of crises, including pandemics, economic downturns, natural disasters and others.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Coronavirus Regional Response Fund

Dollars from the response fund will go to lead organizations representing each of the 10 Bay Area counties to help them address COVID-19 challenges in their respective counties, specifically getting support directly to low-income individuals and families who are being most severely affected.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation: Regional Nonprofit Emergency Fund

Operating grants for nonprofit organizations that SVCF has pre-qualified to provide emergency-related services: Food, shelter, health and mental health services to affected communities. SVCF will also provide operating grants for nonprofits that have experienced unexpected costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation: San Mateo County Strong

ALL money donated will stay inside San Mateo County and not one penny will go elsewhere, so you can have confidence that you are helping your neighbors. Your donation will go to one of the three categories:
1.) Individuals/families - Helping to cover basic household expenses
2.) Small Local Businesses - Helping them avoid layoffs and stay open or reopen once feasible
3.) Non-Profits - That provide services to our most vulnerable populations like seniors, homeless individuals or people with disabilities

Silicon Valley Community Foundation: Silicon Valley Strong

Silicon Valley Strong will help three key groups:
1.) Residents, with a focus on those who are at the highest risk of displacement due to illness, caregiving, loss of work hours, and loss of income, both individuals and families with children.
2.) Businesses, with a focus on small businesses and microbusinesses that are at risk of closure due to loss of clientele or health and safety restrictions.
3.) Community-based organizations, including the unique needs of arts and culture organizations and the impacts to the many other nonprofits serving the vast needs of our diverse community.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation: Small Business Relief Fund

This fund will provide technical assistance as well as loan and grant funding to provide relief and/or liquidity for self-employed individuals and small businesses. The type of support provided by Opportunity Fund to each business will depend on the business’ current situation. This fund will also provide support in other areas:

•Loan Payment Relief: For some businesses, three months of loan payments may be forgiven. For other small businesses, one to three months of loan payments may be skipped and added to the end of the loan, payable when the loan matures.
•Affordable Capital: For small businesses that may need new money, a grant may be offered in which 50 percent of the grant amount would go to providing a loan with extended terms and 50 percent would go to a savings account in the name of the borrower.
•Expert Advice: Small business owners will receive technical assistance, including business plan restructuring, bill payment relief, financial and tax advice, marketing strategies, human resource and layoff aversion support and legal support related to contractual obligations.
•Opportunity Fund will partner with other Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) in California that are lending to small businesses in their communities and don’t have the scale, experience or capacity to support their borrowers during these times.

Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation: One Sioux Falls Fund

The focus of the One Sioux Falls Fund is to help individuals/families avoid evictions. Nonprofits, the County and the City will coordinate to distribute the funds to make sure assistance gets into the right hands.

Social Impact Exchange: Systems Transformation Fund

The Fund’s offerings are best in class initiatives using systems change approaches that seek to improve outcomes in education, health, and economic mobility. Each has a “backbone” organization that supports the collective efforts of a diverse multi-sector network that puts community organizations in the lead to drive systems change. All have a shared focus: an equitable society where all individuals have an equal opportunity to thrive.

• Education, Children and Families
Through their experiences in school, family and community, all young people should be ready to thrive in life. These systems initiatives have a focus on multiple aspects of the readiness journey, including the education systems of early childhood, K-12 and post-secondary as well as a broader set of readiness factors.
• Health and Well-Being
Health and well-being are multi-faceted issues heavily influenced by the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age. Access to quality health care is important, but a larger contributor to health are the social determinants of health. These initiatives focus on both healthcare and social determinants.
• Economic Mobility
Economic mobility: the ability of an individual, family, or community to improve their economic situation. This definition is deceptively simple; fulfilling the promise of economic mobility is far more complex and involves multiple interrelated factors that these initiatives address.

Social Justice Fund NW: COVID-19 Crisis Fund

We understand that low-income families and individuals, service workers, business owners, Black, Indigenous, and POC communities are disproportionately impacted by the crisis. Community organizing is essential at this moment to counter racism and xenophobia, as well as to provide care, share resources, and ensure the most vulnerable populations can stay safe. This crisis fund is intended to be more narrowly focused and faster (weekly instead of monthly) than our ongoing Rapid Response Fund, but those funds are still available.

Society of Environmental Journalists: SEJ Members in Need Fund

The SEJ Members in Need Fund supports members by covering fee waivers and other costs of participating in SEJ programs, due to the COVID-19 impacts. Your gift in general support of SEJ Programs covers costs of ambitious plans for conferences, publications, awards and other educational programs for environmental journalists.

Solano Community Foundation: Solano Community Impact Fund

Grants made from this fund is to support our
second responders
during this crisis, (i.e, charitable nonprofits and faith-based organizations) that are providing essential health care services and support to help our most at-risk and marginalized populations. As the coronavirus and ensuing economic fallout have ravaged our country, we’ve seen firsthand how this crisis heightens social and systemic inequalities. Structural racism, disparities in the labor market, and differences in citizenship status are contributing to how this pandemic impacts our communities.

Sonora Area Foundation: Community Recovery Fund

One-hundred percent of the monies donated to the Community Recovery Fund will be granted to local organizations: SAF does not take any fees for administering the fund. In addition, SAF’s Board of Directors has announces a matching grant of $300 per donation as an incentive for community members to donate the entire $300 eligible for an above-the-line tax deduction in the recently approved government stimulus plan.

South Dakota Community Foundation: Coronavirus Response Fund

Examples of immediate need that the fund will support: Access to food - With recent school closures, many children are missing out on daily food service and access to weekend backpack programs. Shortage of volunteers - Social distancing protocol has many stepping back from their volunteer duties, requiring many nonprofits to reevaluate how they deliver services to those in need. Healthcare sector support - Coronavirus poses unique challenges to educating, diagnosing and treating patients. Human services sector support - Many families are in need of child care and other supportive services.

Southeast Virginia Community Foundation: Coronavirus Assistance Fund

We strive to feed the hungry, prevent disease, support the arts, provide scholarships, and build our community.

Southern Smoke Foundation: Emergency Relief Fund

Southern Smoke Foundation provides funding to individuals in the food and beverage industry who are in crisis.

Spartanburg County Foundation: Disaster Relief Fund

To help build the capacity of nonprofits, the Spartanburg County Disaster Relief Fund remains in place to address any type of disaster that affects our community. This fund presents the opportunity to support those nonprofits working daily to address disaster issues our community faces, that currently being the COVID-19 outbreak.

Springboard for the Arts: Personal Emergency Relief Fund

We continue to offer the Emergency Relief Fund for its core purpose, supporting artists’ through medical emergency, fire, flood, theft, or other career-threatening events. We will pause the fund starting on July 1 in order to plan for the future of this resource. We have set up a fundraiser to expand the Personal Emergency Relief Fund, so that we can continue to support artists, contractors, and freelancers in Minnesota who have lost income due to Coronavirus/COVID-19.

St. Croix Valley Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund for the St. Croix Valley

This COVID-19 Response Fund has been established to coordinate efforts and quickly get charitable resources where they are needed most, with an initial focus on the basic needs of those most significantly impacted by this crisis. Because this is a challenging time for local nonprofits, as many do not have the staff to meet growing needs and raise funds, this initial focus for the COVID-19 Response Fund will empower community members to donate and help fill critical gaps to ensure people are getting the services they need

St. Louis Community Foundation: COVID–19 Regional Response Fund

Funding will be prioritized for the following:

-Homebound Services
-Basic Needs
-Pregnant & Parenting Families
-Food Insecurity
-Health Care Safety Net
-Housing & Homelessness
-Mental & Behavioral Health
-Justice Involved Individuals
-Immigrants & Refugees

Staples Motley Area Community Foundation: Emergency Relief & Response

Proceeds will be used to make grants to nonprofits and local units of government to assist disproportionately affected communities; to address the economic impacts of reduced and lost work resulting from the outbreak; to meet immediate needs of economically vulnerable populations caused by coronavirus-related closures; and to respond to increased demands placed on our stressed social support systems. Over the long-term, the fund can support recovery needs that will inevitably arise.

Stark Community Foundation: Immediate Impact Alert Fund

This funding opportunity is intended to fill needs that are currently not being addressed through federal, state and local governmental resources. Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis and grants will be awarded to local organizations specifically for programs that provide: assistance to seniors, childcare for first-responders, emergency financial assistance (utilities, rent and mortgage assistance), food (coordinated through the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank), and mental health services.

Stateline Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

In order to meet their most critical needs, a streamlined grants process has been developed to quickly and effectively distribute these funds to our local nonprofit organizations.

SVP International: Reimagine Fund

We will distribute resources from the Fund in a way that counters historic gaps in philanthropic investment. For grantmaking in the U.S. and Canada that means prioritizing Black, Indigenous and People of Color led efforts; and internationally we will analyze gaps in funding within the local context.

A small portion of funds raised will support Fund management, ongoing donor engagement, and programming for our network on systems change.

SVP Tucson: Pledge for Change

This fund will be distributed in conjunction with our Fast Pitch Program. The Fast Pitch Program is a tried and true method of cultivating donor relationships and increasing nonprofit exposure to donors while training emerging nonprofit leaders on how to share their organization’s mission, model, results, and their “ask”. By pairing our grants with our proven nonprofit capacity building program, Fast Pitch, we ensure that organizations who serve the most vulnerable populations have the resources they need to support Southern Arizona’s rising needs.

SWOP Seattle: COVID-19 Relief Mini Grant

Dedicated to the fundamental human rights of sex workers and their communities. Focused on ending violence and stigma through education, community building, and advocacy.

Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

The Tahoe Truckee Emergency Respond Fund will provide flexible resources to nonprofit organizations that are working within our community and are impacted by COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus.

In coordination with public authorities and healthcare experts leading the response to this health crisis, along with community organizations and funding partners, TTCF is responding to local needs. One hundred percent (minus credit card processing fees) of contributions to this fund will be distributed to nonprofit organizations swiftly as needs arise.

TTCF has intentionally established this fund with flexibility in mind to ensure that these resources may support our community as conditions, circumstances, and needs change throughout this crisis.

Taos Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund which is designed to provide flexible resources to complement the work of public health officials and local government and expand our community’s capacity to address all aspects of outreach as efficiently as possible. 100% of all contributions received will be deployed into the community.

TechSoup: Global COVID-19 Response Fund

TechSoup, the leading nonprofit network facilitating distribution of technology solutions to civil society organizations globally, today launched the COVID-19 Response Fund to help grassroots nonprofits make critical technology investments while continuing to serve the most vulnerable communities through the crisis and into the future.

Telluride Foundation: Ouray County Response Fund

This Ouray County Response Fund will provide support to individuals and families experiencing need through the Foundation’s Good Neighbor Fund, which it and Tri-County Health Network have been administering for the past 15 year. The Ouray County Response Fund will match all donations, dollar for dollar, up to $200,000, potentially leading to over $400,000 in matching donations for Ouray residents.

Telluride Foundation: Regional Response Fund

In the near-term, one-time operating grants will fund organizations that have deep roots within priority populations and services, such as human service and health nonprofits facing unprecedented, unexpected situations due to the coronavirus. We anticipate that healthcare facilities, food banks, homeless shelters, as well as programs serving school-aged kids on free and reduced lunch or providing access to the internet for distance learning will need financial help.

Texas Access to Justice Foundation: Emergency Legal Aid Fund

Legal aid is serving the emergency civil legal needs of Texans, like:

A newly unemployed wage-earner wrongly denied benefits
A mother trapped with a violen spouse as the family shelters at home
A family facing eviction and not sure where they are living next
An elderly person needing healthcare or end-of-life documents

We also expect an unfortunate rise of Texans that will be finding themselves in poverty for the first time. They will be seeking help that civil legal aid provides after losing their jobs, homes, access to health care or experiencing domestic violence.

The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation: COVID-19 Doesn't Stop Childhood Cancer

The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation is the largest provider of financial assistance to families of children with cancer nationwide and, in the wake of COVID-19, the need for financial assistance for these families is greater than ever before.

The Boston Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund has been established by a coalition of business, government, and philanthropic partners to rapidly deploy flexible resources to organizations in Greater Boston that are working with communities that are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

The Chicago Community Trust: COVID-19 Response Fund

Missing paychecks, the inability to pay rent, and a lack of access to food and essential supplies are realities that many in our region will have to face in the coming weeks. Please join us in supporting our neighbors across the City of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.

The Columbus Foundation: Emergency Response Fund

This fund assists nonprofit organizations in Franklin County who have been directly affected and are responding to the spread of COVID-19 in the community can apply for financial help, and help Franklin County nonprofits organizations in our community affected by Coronavirus.

The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia: COVID-19 Response Fund

The Fund’s focus will be to help communities who are disproportionately impacted by the virus and its economic consequences.

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County: Community Crisis Response Fund

CFAAC’s Community Crisis Response Fund was designed to allow funding priorities to evolve as the needs of the community change. Rapid response grant priority areas may shift according to the most critical needs in Anne Arundel County in subsequent funding cycles.

The Community Foundation of San Joaquin: Stockton Strong Fund

The Fund, held at the Community Foundation of San Joaquin, will leverage public-private partnerships, use relevant data, and provide flexible funding resources to mitigate the effects of COVID-19.

The Community Foundation of Shelby County: 2020 Recovery Fund

The fund will provide flexible resources to local organizations that provide direct social service in Shelby County, Ohio.

The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region: Coronavirus Relief Fund

The Community Foundation is working to identify and prioritize the most compelling areas of need. Initially, grant funding will support nonprofit organizations that provide community safety nets for crucial services in the following sectors: utilities, rent, childcare, food insecurity, and small business support. Grants will be restricted to the extent that funds must be used directly to respond to the Coronavirus.

The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region: The Community Relief Fund

Grants from The Community Relief Fund will support organizations in Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, Stafford and the City of Fredericksburg. The foundation is planning to deliver response recovery funding through a multi-phased approach, beginning with immediate crisis needs.

The Community Foundation’s goal is to work collaboratively with the nonprofit, government, philanthropic and private sectors to accelerate recovery for a thriving, resilient and even stronger Rappahannock River region.

The Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country: Hill Country Strong Fund

The Hill Country Strong Fund supports organizations helping individuals and communities economically affected by the coronavirus. Grants will be made to service clubs, relief organizations, religious institutions, social service nonprofits, community groups, healthcare providers, and other charities in the Hill Country that are meeting local needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Dayton Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund for Greater Dayton

Grants from the fund will complement the work of public health officials and expand the community’s capacity to respond and assist effectively and efficiently in the outbreak. Grants will be awarded to vetted community-based and 501(c)(3) charitable organizations that are focused on: immediate, basic human needs (food, shelter, safety, etc.); mental health services; and addressing the economic impact on individuals from reduced or lost work due to the outbreak.

The Denver Foundation: Critical Needs Fund

Through the Critical Needs Fund, we’ll focus on critical issues including housing insecurity and lack of access to food and health care services.

The Denver Foundation: The Black Resilience in Colorado Fund

The fund will specifically support nonprofit organizations led by and serving Black communities. The fund will issue grants and support capacity building to help these organizations build resources to withstand the current crises and build long-term sustainability.

The Health Foundation: Community Collaborative Fund

As your local funding partner, we wish to be as responsive as possible to your needs while also being responsible stewards of our generous donors. As we move through this crisis together, let us lift our shared values and use them as a guide to a future in which every Wilkes County child and adult is healthy, safe, and able to thrive. It is also designed to help The Health Foundation get a “big picture view” that will help us frame how we can best meet community needs. After all, in the toughest of times, you are doing the toughest work. We will weather the worst of this best by working together.

The Korean American Community Foundation: COVID-19 Community Action Fund

With generous donation from the community, distributed three rounds of grants. These organizations are working in the frontline of this pandemic to provide essential services to the most vulnerable Korean Americans. The funds will be used to spearhead urgent relief efforts for individuals and families affected by COVID-19, including Korean language assistance in completing unemployment and small business applications, increased domestic violence counseling, meal delivery, a Korean language COVID-19 health hotline, mental health support, emergency cash assistance for those excluded from federal emergency payments, and shelter for homeless Korean Americans. With the funds, we will also support the important work to address growing anti-Asian racism in our community.

The Lake County Community Foundation: Community Crisis Relief Fund

The fund will provide our Lake County nonprofit health and human service providers with quick and well-coordinated funding support to alleviate unanticipated financial hardship that may arise in the event of a community or countywide emergency—both now in the face of the COVID-19 crisis and well into the future as other emergencies arise.

The Lenfest Institute: Philadelphia Covid-19 Community Information Fund

The fund will support a broad array of media organizations as they seek to provide accurate and actionable reporting during this time of need. The fund is taking a system-level or “news ecosystem” approach to supporting Philadelphia journalism to ensure that all residents are adequately informed.

The Massachusetts Immigrant Collaborative: Emergency Immigrant Relief Fund

The focus of BICC’s partner organizations immediately shifted to meet the needs of its diverse communities. The purpose of the collaboration is to address immigrant families’ most urgent needs by providing direct financial relief and other resources. Joining forces has allowed MIC to serve more than 13,000 immigrants since April 13, 2020.

The Miami Foundation: The Community Recovery Fund

Local nonprofit organizations have had to cancel revenue-generating events, absorb unexpected costs and shut their doors to clients, eliminating much-needed fees for their services. The Community Recovery Fund provides critical help to Miami-Dade nonprofits whose operations are severely impacted and supports their long-term recovery, resilience and financial stability. The Miami Foundation has seeded the Fund with a $300,000 contribution.

The New York Women's Foundation: COVID-19 Response & Recovery Fund

The Fund’s overarching goals are to:

• Address the immediate and longer-term needs of women, TGNCNB individuals, and families most impacted by COVID-19.
• Increase the organizational capacity of current and former grantee partners to respond to on-going needs of communities impacted by COVID-19.
• Align our responses with other sectors to streamline and accelerate recovery.

The Ounce: COVID 19 Response

Support Chicago’s under-resourced families during an unprecedented time of need. As more schools, businesses and providers are forced to close their doors due to the COVID-19 outbreak, too many families will not have proper access to affordable meals, child care programs or health services.

The Richmond Rapid Response Fund

The R3F will provide, coordinate, and advocate for direct resources and supports to heal our community in the wake of this crisis. Beyond this pandemic, the fund will create healing centered, racially just policies, practices, and investments for long term community transformation.

The Southwest Florida Community Foundation: Emergency Relief Fund

The COVID-19 Response Fund will prioritize community-based organizations serving the Southwest Florida region. We are doing this with a recognition that many Southwest Florida nonprofits serve workers and residents in our neighboring counties.

The Vermont Community Foundation: VT COVID-19 Response Fund

Working with partners at the state and local level, the Community Foundation will prioritize the most immediate public health and economic impacts of the new disease, focusing on vulnerable populations and the service providers that support them. The new fund's grantmaking strategy will be designed with partners who are on the front lines of both immediate response and long-term recovery.

The Winston-Salem Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County

Flexible resources will be provided for immediate, emerging, and long-term needs to organizations working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak. The fund is designed to complement the work of government and public health officials to address all aspects of the outbreak in Forsyth County.

The Women's Fund of Central Ohio

This fund will help us meet the demands of the current pandemic and move forward on our long-term goals. Together, we are The Women’s Fund and social change starts with us.

Thousand Currents: Above and Beyond Solidarity Fund

Resources from this fund are directly supporting our partners’ ingenious responses –– like turning a training center into a COVID-19 field hospital in Brazil; connecting small scale farmers with communities facing food insecurity in urban areas in South Africa; and strengthening existing mutual-aid practices in India.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund: HBCU Emergency Fund

TMCF has identified four buckets of needs related to how HBCUs and their
students are impacted by COVID-19:

• Emergency Funding for Students: This large bucket includes lost income due to job loss which can lead to an inability to pay for rent or food, food insecurity for those whose meal plans have been canceled but are remaining in their apartments, broken leases (without force majeure) for students returning home who lived off-campus, storage, and other unforeseen costs.

• Technology for students to participate in online coursework: Students returning home often do not have access to reliable internet, laptops, computers, or hot spots on their mobile devices.

• Mental health support: One of the greatest needs that TMCF memberschools have identified is support for enhanced mental health services for their students. Students are experiencing an upheaval in their lives, being asked to quickly vacate their dorm rooms, losing their jobs, or being forced back into a housing or food insecure situation at home.

Tides: California Immigrant Resilience Fund

The California Immigrant Resilience Fund was launched to help our immigrant friends, neighbors, and coworkers whose immigration status puts them in danger of hunger, homelessness, and extreme economic hardship. Your timely contributions will provide our undocumented neighbors and their families with cash assistance for essentials, such as food, rent, utilities, and other urgent needs

Tipping Point Emergency Response: COVID-19

Emergency grants support people living in, or on the edge of, poverty in the Bay Area by providing:

-Cash to hourly workers, focusing on those unable to access government funds

-Financial support to stabilize non-profit partners for the long-term

-Targeted assistance to fund unanticipated needs that arise during the crisis

Topeka Community Foundation: Live, Work & Give Fund

One hundred percent of donations made to the Live, Work & Give Fund will be used to support local organizations serving Shawnee County and providing basic needs to the community throughout the current public health situation.

Transgender Law Center: Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project

We build and center the power of Black LGBTQIA+ migrants to ensure the liberation of all Black people through community-building, political education, creating access to direct services, and organizing across borders.

TrustAfrica: COVID-19 Africa Solidarity Fund

In response, we have established the COVID-19 Africa Solidarity Fund, the proceeds from which will be used to support Emergency Response Units deployed in several countries across the African continent, to help curb the spread of this pandemic.

Tucker Community Foundation: Disaster Recovery Fund for COVID-19

In order to address the needs that arise from Covid-19 the Tucker Community Foundation will work with local public agencies, businesses, and other partners to identify those small businesses and nonprofit organizations that need immediate help.

UndocuFund San Francisco: COVID-19 Relief Fund

We have created UndocuFund SF to serve our community as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies. Many of our undocumented community members work in temporary or low-wage jobs, without access to sick leave, unemployment or the ability to work remotely. Immigrants, many of them undocumented, do essential work that sustains us all.

UndocuFund: Disaster Relief in Sonoma County

Your support for UndocuFund will provide relief and support to undocumented families and individuals.

Unite Here: Hospitality Workers Relief Fund

The UNITE HERE Education and Support Fund will be used to help hospitality workers:

•maintain family health insurance coverage during layoffs or reduced hours
•pay for food, rent, and utilities
•replace wages lost due to reduced hours and tips
•retrain for new jobs during the business downturn

United Midcoast Charities: COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund

The Fund is intended to provide stopgap support and anticipates the likelihood that local nonprofits will find themselves under-resourced to serve a growing demand for their services.

United Nations Foundation: COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO

The COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund supports WHO’s work across all countries to prepare for cases, and to respond if cases appear; to track and understand the spread of the virus; to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline workers get essential supplies and information; and to accelerate efforts to develop vaccines, tests, and treatments.

United Negro College Fund: COVID-19 Response Fund

To support UNCF’s mission and provide for our member HBCUs and those students impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak so that they can respond to this crisis and continue their education online.

United States Artists: Artist Relief

By contributing to Artist Relief, you are supporting the most urgent needs of artists across the country in this dire and unprecedented moment.

United Way and Rochester Area Community Foundation: Community Crisis Fund for COVID-19

The Community Crisis Fund has been activated to provide flexible resources to organizations in our region working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.

The first phase of funding will be used to meet the immediate needs of front line human services organizations that have strong experience serving low-income and vulnerable residents. They will address the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak and the immediate needs of economically vulnerable populations caused by COVID-19 related closures (food, shelter, clothing, childcare, hygiene products, cleaning supplies, etc.). The Fund will support nonprofits that are disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, provide community and organizational recovery, and future community emergencies.

United Way Bay Area: COVID-19 Community Relief Fund

The collected funds will be applied to immediate and long-term recovery assistance for residents and community agencies in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Solano counties. Relief efforts may include providing basic needs services to individuals and assisting non-profit agencies serving vulnerable populations.

United Way for Southeastern Michigan: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Donations made to this fund will be used to assist the most vulnerable in our community who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds will go towards community-based organizations as they work to address emergency needs and relief for individuals and families.

United Way of Alamance County: COVID-19 Fund

Current needs are still being assessed but could include food, housing, childcare, and transportation.

United Way of Anchorage: Anchorage Cares COVID-19 Response Fund

The Alaska Community Foundation and United Way of Anchorage have partnered with the support of Rasmuson Foundation to create a centralized community assistance platform where donors can work together to help aid Alaska's COVID-19 Recovery.

United Way of Broward County: COVID-19 Fund

To provide critical assistance to our neighbors in need, United Way of Broward County has launched a COVID-19 Campaign to raise funds for two key areas:

Food Assistance
•Delivery of pre-packed meals to eligible shut-in elderly
•Supplementing efforts by Broward County Public Schools to feed local students on free/reduced lunch (66% of Broward County students) by launching a walk-up/drive-thru distribution sites for pre-packed meals and food
•Doubling deliveries to the food banks we serve through our program, Project Lifeline

Emergency Financial Assistance
•Utility assistance
•Rental/mortgage assistance
•Food assistance
•Transportation
•Household supplies

United Way of Bucks County: COVID-19 Recovery Fund

Bucks County COVID-19 Recovery Fund is a local, coordinated emergency response fund to support the short- and long-term financial recovery of people in Bucks County.

United Way of Central Indiana: COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund

The coronavirus is not just a health crisis. It’s an economic crisis, and the depth and magnitude of its spread is uncertain. Donations and other contributions made towards this fund will supports Central Indiana's human service needs during economic distress associated with COVID-19.

United Way of Central Maryland: COVID-19 Community Fund

This fund will be used to support people struggling with basic needs in Maryland throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Although there are many emergency needs this fund will address, it will also be used to support long-term recovery from this situation.

United Way of Central Oklahoma: COVID-19 Response Fund

United Way of Central Oklahoma COVID-19 Response Fund will be used to address the needs of those individuals who are experiencing COVID-19 related hardship primarily due to temporary unemployment, lost income or unexpected expenses related and due to COVID-19.

United Way of Central West Virginia: COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Grant Funds will be utilized to help meet basic needs and increase resilience in Kanawha, Putnam, Boone, Clay and Logan Counties. The distribution plan may be adjusted based on emerging needs and in response to changing situations.

1. Meeting Increased Service Demand: Assisting nonprofit organizations serving United Way of Central WV’s most vulnerable populations impacted by widespread shutdown of schools, job layoffs and/or unemployment with basic needs - food, meals, housing, prescriptions, medical supplies, hygiene supplies, living expenses, transportation costs, etc.
2. Operational Capacity and Business Continuity: Provide operating support to our nonprofit partners that are meeting community needs resulting from COVID-19, and are in financial distress. General operating support grants may be used to cover day-to-day activities or ongoing expenses such as administrative salaries, utilities, office supplies, technology maintenance, etc.

United Way of Collier and the Keys: Coronavirus Fund

All donations made will go directly towards relief efforts for residents of Collier County and the Keys who have been adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

United Way of Dane County: COVID-19 Emergency and Recovery Fund

100% of the fund will be invested back into the community. Funds will be split into two approaches:

1. Short-term emergency, focused on individual and families’ immediate needs.
2. Long-term response and recovery, focused on providing resources to nonprofits, individuals and families.

United Way of Delaware, Henry and Randolph Counties: COVID-19 Economic Recovery Fund

Grants awarded gave support to: childcare centers, food distribution efforts, shelters and treatment centers, utility and rent assistance programs, and personal protective equipment for nonprofits that serve struggling families.

United Way of Eastern Maine: COVID-19 Response Fund

UWEM recognizes the potential for economic impact, unpaid absence, illness, or job loss related directly or indirectly to the virus, increased child care needs due to school and child care closures, and the potential risk of not being able to pay housing, utility and food bills due to financial strains. Organizations that serve populations in need every day are finding themselves under-resourced to serve a growing demand for those services. As an organization we are working hard to raise both money and volunteers needed to respond to this crisis.

United Way of Galveston: Galveston County Recovery Fund

The mission of Galveston County Recovery Fund is to support the nonprofit agencies that are ensuring our neighbors can access basic needs in this time of crisis.

United Way of Greater Atlanta: Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

Funds raised will focus on providing crucial services to high-risk audiences including seniors, families with children who normally receive free or reduced meals at school, families in need of childcare, homeowners and renters at risk for eviction, and hourly/low-wage workers.

United Way of Greater Lafayette: Tippecanoe County COVID-19 Response Fund

With your support, United Way and our partners plan to provide aid to those who may have the most difficult time recovering from financial setbacks such as seniors, children and low-income families. The fund will be used for a multitude of efforts to help with recovery, including:

1. Food distribution to students affected by school closures and other food insecure populations that are isolated or lack access
2. Rent, utility, and prescription medication assistance for those displaced by employment interruption
3. Access to childcare for families effected by closures especially for essential medical and emergency response staff
4. Services and shelter for people experiencing homelessness who lack the resources to stay safe and receive medical treatment
5. Access to mental health and substance use services during a time when isolation can significantly impact progress

United Way of Greater Los Angeles: Pandemic Relief Fund

The fund will:

Support the public health response to protect unsheltered residents & frontline organizations and individuals serving L.A.’s most vulnerable through this crisis.

Prevent growth in homelessness due to economic impacts of coronavirus to low-income individuals and families, through targeted investments where jobs and wage reductions are disproportionately impacted.

Provide support to low-income students and their families who require assistance with technology and other means to stay connected to their academic instruction and learning.

Provide additional support to our nonprofit partners, in alignment with United Way’s mission to break the cycle of poverty, that experience a decline in giving due to the pandemic and its impact on the economy and giving cycles.

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County: COVID-19 Urgent Needs Fund

United Way with this fund has provided emergency resources throughout, PPEs, food, cleaning supplies, and diapers. View the impact this fund is making.

United Way of Greater Nashville: COVID-19 Response Fund

To provide local organizations with flexible funding to assist and support individuals and families who are disproportionally impacted by coronavirus and the health and economic consequences of this outbreak.

United Way of Greater Newark: Community COVID-19 Fund

The Community COVID-19 Fund would have funds that address the 4 phases of the disaster and support long-term recovery in the community. This is a regional fund serving our 13-municipality footprint including Newark, Irvington, East Orange, West Orange, South Orange, Orange, Belleville, Nutley, Maplewood, Kearny, Harrison, East Newark, and North Arlington.

United Way of Greenville County: COVID-19 Community Relief Fund

The COVID-19 Community Relief Fund will focus on supporting local nonprofit organizations working in areas identified as having high numbers of affected individuals, and those who are working with the most vulnerable populations in these areas to help respond to the physical health, mental health and economic impacts of the pandemic.

United Way of Iredell County: Covid-19 Response Fund

The initial priority is to address the immediate basic human needs of Iredell County residents by deploying resources to trusted organizations that respond to, and are impacted by, the coronavirus outbreak. The Fund has also transitioned into recovery by supporting a broader range of needs.

Areas covered by funding include, but are not limited to:
• Food insecurities, such as home-bound seniors and families with children
• Education interruptions, such as children in early Head-Start through postsecondary
• Employment reductions, such as training programs to return potential employees to work
• Housing vulnerabilities, such as rental/mortgage assistance and shelters for homeless
• Medical access, such as individuals at high-risk or those in need of home-bound supports

United Way of King County: Community Relief Fund

Your donation will help people who are, and will be, in need. You can direct your donation to an area of your preference: food, rental assistance, or where the need is greatest.

United Way of Lakeshore: COVID-19 Response Fund

Food distribution, daycare, basic needs, and so many other ways, the needs in the next few weeks need additional funding, additional volunteering, and additional collaboration.

United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley: COVID-19 Family Support Fund

We identify the most pressing issues in our community and we bring together the people we think can solve them. Right now, one of the biggest issues we see facing all of the communities we serve is COVID-19. For workers living paycheck to paycheck and families facing homelessness or other financial pressures, the ripples caused by COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on their lives.

United Way of Miami-Dade: Pandemic Response Fund

Through Operation Helping Hands a collaborative of funders and corporate partners have joined efforts to establish the Miami Pandemic Response Fund. The fund will support struggling families with emergency needs including rent/mortgage assistance, food, and medication, as well as issue micro-grants to small businesses.

United Way of New York City: COVID-19 Community Fund

With your support, the Covid-19 Community Fund will be best able to assist vulnerable populations, such as families and individuals facing loss of income due to business and school closures and children lacking access to school meals. At-home resources are more critical now than ever.

United Way of Northern New Jersey: ALICE Recovery Fund

No one is immune to its direct or indirect effects, but ALICE families are particularly vulnerable to hardship from both illness and economic disruption. These households struggled to afford the basics even before COVID-19 hit. This fund will help the ALICE families that are particularly vulnerable to hardship from both illness and economic disruption.

United Way of Northwest Georgia: COVID-19 Response Fund

Funds raised will supplement what United Way has already allocated to community partners on the frontlines of this crisis. By collaborating with agencies and programs directly serving clients, United Way and its dedicated community volunteers will ensure the funds raised will get to the most vulnerable populations.

United Way of Pueblo County: Emergency Response and Recovery Fund

Funds will be allocated to local nonprofit agencies as we work in partnership to identify our community’s most pressing immediate and long-term needs. We know that this crisis will be long lasting, and United Way of Pueblo County will work diligently to ensure that these funds are distributed fairly and with full transparency and accountability. We are monitoring the local situation closely.

United Way of Racine County: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Donations made to this fund will support local nonprofit organizations that have been struggling financially to continue their work during the COVID-19 outbreak.

United Way of Roanoke Valley: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

The fund supports the work of area nonprofit partners providing direct services to families in areas including access to food and supplies, healthcare, childcare, housing, utilities, employment and transportation.

United Way of Salt Lake: COVID-19 Community Response Fund

Donate to help fund the following programs and services:
-Rental assistance or mortgage payment assistance
-Rapid rehousing, shelter diversion, homeless shelters
-Crisis nurseries and childcare providers
-Healthcare services for vulnerable Utahns
-2-1-1 Information and Referral

United Way of South Hampton Roads: Coronavirus Recovery Fund

Our purpose is to be there for those who need us most, so we’ve stepped up to help our nonprofit partners and our hardest hit neighbors during this critical time. We are focusing our response on three priority areas:

1. Direct service to individuals through our Coronavirus Recovery Hotline with support from ForKids
2. Immediate support to human service agencies currently on the front lines
3. Long-term recovery planning

United Way of Southern Chautauqua County: Crisis Respond Fund COVID-19

This fund will rapidly deploy flexible resources to community-based organizations that are disproportionally impacted by COVID-19, the economic consequences of the outbreak, community and organizational recovery, and future community emergencies.

United Way of Southern Nevada: Emergency Assistance and Community Needs Fund

The Emergency Assistance and Community Needs Fund provides food, shelter, and utility assistance to the hundreds of thousands of Nevadans in need. Bank of America is covering all administrative fees and underwriting expenses related to the fund.

United Way of Southwest Michigan: Southwest Michigan Cares Fund

Berrien Community Foundation, Hanson Family Foundation, Lakeland Health Spectrum, United Way of Southwest Michigan, and Whirlpool Corporation have each pledged $50,000 to address community needs associated with the outbreak. Other major funders at this time include the AEP Foundation, the Frederick S. Upton Foundation, Meijer, Consumers Energy Foundation, and individual donors.

The initial focus area of the Southwest Michigan Cares Fund is immediate response for non-profits providing emergent basic human needs. The fund will then consider grants addressing the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund

We have also partnered with the PNC Foundation and Eat’n Park Hospitality Group for the Students and Families Food Relief Fund to support families struggling with food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic.

In addition, United Way’s Emergency Basic Needs Fund has been in place for years, to provide emergency assistance to families and individuals. Add to this the current pressures we are all now facing as a result of COVID-19 and the struggle can turn a difficult situation into a real emergency like homelessness, food insecurity or an other financial crisis situation.

United Way of Stanislaus County: COVID-19 Support Fund

To help Stanislaus County during this difficult time, the United Way of Stanislaus County has created the COVID-19 Support Fund to support the most vulnerable residents in our community.

In partnership with local organizations, this fund will provide food and household supplies to our local seniors and residents with medical issues who are unable to leave their homes.

Our call to you is simple: Donate.

Thank you and together, lets LIVE UNITED to help everyone in our community.

United Way of the Inland Valleys: Inland SoCal COVID-19 Fund

The Direct Assistance Fund is used to meet basic needs of the families most affected by the economic effects of the COVID-19 spread prevention measures such as assistance with rent, housing, food, utilities, healthcare costs, or unpaid sick time.

United Way of the Quad Counties: COVID-19 Rebuilding Fund

The fund will support current community impact concerns including:

• Shortage of supplies to meet basic health and safety needs (paper goods, hand sanitizer, cleaning products and potentially food);
• Extended closures of school, child care and after-school programs, impacting children’s access to breakfast and lunch programs and parents’ ability to work;
• Immediate economic impact for many workers, particularly in the service and retail industries.

United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley: COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

Our staff and allocations committee will quickly review the applications and fund agencies that are supporting those efforts. 100% of your donations will STAY LOCAL and help residents of the upper Ohio Valley.

United Way of the Virginia Peninsula: United Way Emergency Fund (COVID-19 Recovery)

When a crisis like this occurs, our hardest hit neighbors are those already struggling to make ends meet – we call them ALICE – Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. By donating, you are helping ALICE. ALICE includes:

Hourly workers with no benefits, whose financial stability can be severely impacted by one crisis – like a missed paycheck.
Low income families with children rely on getting their meals at schools that have now been closed
People whose hours have been cut due to temporary closures
People experiencing homelessness who do not have the resources to stay safe

United Way of the Wabash Valley: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Priority One is to assist service provider organizations helping individuals and families with short- and long-term COVID-19-related financial needs not covered by government programs or other traditional relief sources.

Priority Two is to assist with COVID-impacted non-profit infrastructure so as to maintain these important community services long-term.

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona: United for Southern Arizona COVID-19 Fund

Funds raised are distributed to partner agencies and go directly to helping local individuals and families in our community survive during and after the crisis. Our efforts will continue as we work towards recovering and rebuilding our community.

United Way of Washtenaw County: COVID-19 Relief Fund

100% of the funds raised will be used to help non-profits meet the needs of the vulnerable populations including those needing food, children, families facing loss of income due to business closures, health issues and those experiencing housing crisis.

United Way of Wayne and Holmes Counties: COVID19 Financial Assistance for Families Affected

Due to the community impact, we are seeking donations to assist our families in need. In the immediate, we are raising dollars for scholarships to assist working parents with childcare needs. We will continue to see the needs change as more and more is closed as we try to beat this virus!

United Way of Westchester and Putnam: COVID-19 Crisis Response & Recovery Fund

The organizations have coordinated their efforts to provide professionally-prepared meals to Putnam County residents who are senior citizens, disabled, or who are immune-compromised as well as first responders and healthcare workers.

United Way Tar River Region: COVID-19 Response Fund

Your United Way is ready and working hard in efforts to help those impacted as a result of COVID-19/Coronavirus. Our goal is to assess local needs and move funds into nonprofit programs addressing the evolving needs around COVID-19.

United Way Worldwide: COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

United Way is committed to standing with our communities and supporting those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Together, we will overcome this pandemic by making sure the most vulnerable among us are protected. This Fund will support communities struggling in the wake of the new virus, through local United Ways and the 211 network, the go-to information resource in times of crisis.

United Ways of California: COVID-19 Relief Fund

This statewide fund is intended to ensure equity in the distribution of philanthropic resources across all of California. Funds raised will complement local funds sponsored by local United Ways and their partners to strengthen those impacted during this extraordinary crisis. (Several local United Ways have established local relief funds as well).

Unity Foundation of La Porte County: Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund

The purpose of this fund is to support relief and recovery efforts that impact the residents of La Porte County in the event of any disaster.

University of Washington: Student Epidemic Action Leaders (SEAL) Team Support Fund

To provide ongoing support to the Student Epidemic Action Leaders (SEAL) Team in the Department of Epidemiology within the School of Public Health.

University of Washington: UW Bothell COVID-19 Emergency Student Fund

Supports UW Bothell students to provide unrestricted emergency resources for tuition and fees, books and supplies, transportation or living costs to students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.

University of Washington: UW Medicine COVID-19 Response Fund

To support UW Medicine COVID-19 response efforts across all parts of the UW Medicine, including increased testing, research in areas such as vaccines, diagnostics, and infection control, care for our most vulnerable, clinical and administrative staff support and training, and resources and equipment to ensure the health and well-being of clinical teams.

University of Washington: UW Seattle COVID-19 Emergency Student Fund

Supports UW Seattle students to provide unrestricted emergency resources for tuition and fees, books and supplies, transportation or living costs to students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.

University of Washington: UW Tacoma COVID-19 Emergency Student Fund

Supports UW Tacoma students to provide unrestricted emergency resources for tuition and fees, books and supplies, transportation or living costs to students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Urgent Action Fund: COVID Crisis Fund for Feminist Activists

The COVID Crisis Fund for Feminist Activists prioritizes activities related to COVID-19 community responses including:

1. Wellness/healing/community care/trauma-related work
2. Access for digital spaces and remote work/gatherings (ie. VPNs or other digital security tools)
3. Feminist and intersectional public health responses to COVID-19
4. Online advocacy campaigns
5. COVID-19 awareness campaigns for communities without internet access
6. Responses to Anti-Asian xenophobia and violence
7. Documentation of human rights abuses as a result of COVID-19
8. Services based work that now needs to be done online (ie. mental health services, counseling services, emergency kits), with a priority given to services for women, LBTIQ communities and their families
9. Supporting the disability community and those with heightened/underlying health risks

Ventura County Community Foundation: 805 UndocuFund

Direct financial assistance is to help with basic needs, covering the cost of childcare related to school closures, and rental assistance.

Ventura County Community Foundation: Rapid Response Fund for Ventura County

We believe that organizations that are deeply rooted in local communities are best positioned to lead long-term plans to stop COVID-19. This fund will help stop the virus's spread and give communities on the front lines of the crisis the resources they need to act quickly and protect the most vulnerable.

Wabash Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund

Priority One is to assist service provider organizations helping individuals and families with short- and long-term COVID-19-related financial needs not covered by government programs or other traditional relief sources.

Priority Two is to assist with COVID-impacted non-profit infrastructure so as to maintain these important community services long-term.

Washington Area Women's Foundation: Stand Together Fund

The Stand Together Fund will support:

• Critical services for women who have experienced violence and abuse, such as expanded hotline capacity and telehealth visits.

• Financial assistance for the caregiving workforce and organizations supporting them.

• Advocacy to ensure that women and girls of color are front and center in recovery discussions.

Wayne County Community Foundation: Wayne County Emergency Response Fund

The Fund will provide one-time grants to non-profit organizations whose work involves such issues as housing security, food security, and expanding access to medical services.

We're One Family, Los Angeles: One Family Los Angeles

By deploying funds rapidly and directly to families, we are providing families immediate relief and the flexibility to prioritize their needs during this crisis. Every dollar raised goes directly to families to assist with:

-Food
-Rent
-Medical Care and Supplies
-Childcare
-Other Basic Needs

WeCount: Immigrant Worker COVID-19 Fund

COVID-19 has impacted us all. Yet, undocumented workers and mixed status families have been largely excluded from direct assistance and safety net programs. That's why we have created the Immigrant Worker COVID-19 Fund.

Weld Community Foundation: Weld Recovers Fund-COVID-19 Relief

This fund is designed to provide financial resources to charitable organizations in the Weld County area that are involved in supporting populations that have been affected by the outbreak.

Westchester Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

The Fund’s purpose is to minimize social and economic consequences going forward, and its resources will be directed to organizations serving high-need, vulnerable populations. The Fund is designed to be flexible in its focus, nimble in its action, and to complement other resources at the local, state, and national levels.

Western Kansas Community Foundation: Urgent Needs Fund

This fund will provide grants to area non-profits to address operating needs as a result of crisis disaster. “While the initial priority is to address immediate needs, additional funds will be released in the next months as fundraising continues,
says WKCF’s Executive Director, Conny Bogaard.

Whatcom Community Foundation: Resilience Fund

The Covid-19 response grantmaking is currently focused on urgent health needs, access to essential services and a comprehensive community response for:
– Children and families, elders and those with compromised immune systems and/or disabilities
– Residents without health insurance or access to sick days
– Communities of color and residents with limited English language proficiency
– Economically vulnerable people, or those impacted by reduced and lost work
– People at risk of intimate violence

Whitefish Community Foundation: Community Emergency Response Fund

In the first phase, one-time operating grants will fund organizations working in the following areas:
- Expanding local capacity to ensure food access for families
- Improving access to youth education, mitigating challenges due to school closures

Wichita Community Foundation: Emergency Relief Assistance - COVID-19

The WCF Emergency Fund provides immediate organizational emergency relief assistance to nonprofit organizations in the Wichita and Sedgwick County areas. At this time, priority is being given to nonprofits directly dealing with the prevention and spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation: Disaster Relief Fund

The WFACF Disaster Relief Fund will provide resources to Nonprofit Organizations in the Wichita Falls Area to help alleviate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Williamsburg Community Foundation: Community Emergency Response Fund

The goal is to provide local nonprofits with the support they will use to help those residents most in need due to the economic downturn resulting from COVID-19. This could include seniors, children, those with health conditions, and those who work in tourism and hospitality. These grants will help those nonprofit organizations that directly assist residents who are disproportionately affected by the pandemic, and who may be in need of food, shelter, utilities and housing, or healthcare.

Winona Community Foundation: COVID-19 Relief Fund

The COVID-19 Relief Fund also has the flexibility to fund key areas such as how to support the homeless population during a time where there is a “shelter in place” order. Any remaining funds will be distributed to nonprofit organizations working to reestablish operations post pandemic. The Winona Community Foundation will waive all fees, and no dollars will remain in the Winona Community Foundation.

WNC Bridge Foundation: Greatest Needs Fund

Gifts made to the Greatest Needs Fund will be utilized by WNC Bridge Foundation, with 100% of every dollar going directly to expanding local capacity to address the pandemic. This Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations with deep roots in communities and who have experience addressing basic needs and filling public health gaps. The goal is to help regional front-line nonprofit organizations by quickly meeting increasing demands for help. Grant funds will be awarded on a rolling basis, as fundraising continues throughout the outbreak and recovery phases of the pandemic.

Women’s Foundation of California: Relief and Resilience Fund

This first-of-its kind fund will bolster the immediate and direct services needed to provide relief while also advancing the kind of meaningful policy shifts that Women’s Foundation California is known for – policies that support resilience and equity across racial, economic, and gender lines. Relief and Resilience Fund has to date raised $3 million, including seed funding from Blue Shield of California Foundation, and early partnerships with Levi Strauss Foundation and Stuart Foundation.

Wyoming Community Foundation: COVID-19 Fund

While the fund is not available to individuals or to support a for-profit business, it will offer flexible funding to organizations that are well experienced in providing for critical needs. In this first phase, we are prioritizing organizations that are serving communities and individuals who are immediately and disproportionately suffering from this crisis.

Yampa Valley Community Foundation: COVID-19 Response Fund

Operating grants will fund organizations that have deep roots in community and strong experience working with residents without health insurance and/or access to sick days, people with limited English language proficiency, healthcare and seasonal workers, chronic health conditions, mobility impaired, youth and our aging population, among others. The Fund is designed to complement the work of public health officials and expand local capacity to address all aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible.

Yellowstone Club Community Foundation: Big Sky Relief Fund

These efforts will immediately fund the purchase of eight ventilators for the Bozeman Deaconess system and Big Sky Medical Center. Additionally, they will soon provide immediate relief by addressing the lingering financial insecurities in our community – helping to provide recovery from this crisis. Funding partners and “on the ground” relief organizations are in daily communication regarding an ever-evolving analysis of needs and relief.

Your Community Foundation of North Central West Virginia: Emergency Impact Fund for North Central West Virginia

Recognizing the unprecedented challenges faced by the nonprofit community, YCF has contributed an initial $10,000 to this non-endowed fund. One-hundred percent of donations to this emergency fund will be distributed directly to local nonprofits most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Youth INC: COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

Youth INC's network of nonprofit partners serves over 300,000 young people each year. In this time of uncertainty, we are innovating in real time to create access to information, pro bono resources and - with your help - capital to shepherd our 80 nonprofit partners through this period.

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