If you’re in a position to make a financial contribution on any level or have goods or supplies to donate, consider helping one of these organizations that are making a difference.
Face Shields for First Responders
The FightCOVIDFromHome team is on a mission to produce 1,000 face shields per day for healthcare workers who desperately need them. Support our cause on GoFundMe.
World Health Organization
The COVID-19 Solidarity Relief Fund finances the WHO’s effort to detect and track the virus, distribute healthcare supplies, and advance vaccine development.
Donate to Direct Relief
Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in 50 states and over 80 countries to improve the health and lives of all people affected by poverty or emergencies. Your donations will help Direct Relief provide personal protective equipment & medicine to health workers responding to COVID-19.
Donate to Feeding America
Feeding America aims to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks. Help food banks safely distribute emergency food boxes and non-food household items across the US.
CDC Foundation Campaign
The CDC Foundation Campaign is working to increase lab capacity, fund medical supply production, support vulnerable communities, and build infrastructure for the global COVID-19 response effort. Your Donations are matched by a sponsoring company.
Support Hospitality Workers
One Fair Wage provides cash assistance to restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers, and others in the service industry who are most in need of financial assistance.
Small Business Relief
GoFundMe and Intuit have teamed up to help small businesses raise money to overcome the challenges caused by COVID-19. Visit their site to help support small businesses facing financial loss across the country.
Donate Goods & Services
The NYS Department of Health has organized a COVID-19 Volunteer and Donation Assistance Program accepting donations of goods, services, and spaces in New York State to fight the current COVID-19 surge.