UWCCR will partner with local nonprofits who will work with low-income households in their geographic areas to help alleviate issues brought on by the COVID-19 health crisis. Funds will be provided to those whose level of need has been amplified by the COVID-19 health crisis. Nonprofit partners will identify and qualify affected low-income households to receive funds. Once a family is approved, they will be given access to Family Independence Initiative (FII) UpTogether online platform . This platform will allow qualified low-income households to receive a one-time $500 allocation within 48...

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Over the coming weeks and months, everyone in Northern California will continue to experience the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Yet, what we have learned over the past several weeks confirms that the health, economic, educational and social impacts will be felt most acutely by the most vulnerable populations and the organizations that serve them. This includes older adults, low-wage workers and their families, communities of color including Tribal communities, people who are living in poverty and/or rural isolation, under- and uninsured, unemployed and/or non-English-...

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We are excited to announce our Spring 2020 Grant Process. Designed to support healthcare organizations that provide services to coastal residents and visitors. Grants, totaling up to $100,000, will be awarded every spring. Typical grants will range between $10,000 and $25,000. In 2020, we are soliciting grant proposals in two areas: Access to Healthcare & Education

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Our members are on the front lines. 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. National and state relief plans do not include undocumented people in their plans for support. As every day passes without income, many people are having trouble meeting their basic needs such as feeding themselves and their families and...

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OUR Fund will provide critical support to immigrant Oakland workers who have lost their jobs and income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please give today! While many Oaklanders can turn to existing safety net programs, including unemployment insurance, public benefits, and new federal and local relief efforts – undocumented workers are largely excluded from those programs. OUR Fund will address this critical gap in our social safety net, and will help support the most vulnerable members of our community who are impacted by this crisis. VISIT FUND

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For immediate support of vulnerable people in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto and Menlo Park The Palo Alto Community Fund (PACF) has launched a COVID-19 Relief Fund to raise and deploy immediate financial resources to help the most vulnerable in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto and Menlo Park. This is an especially effective way for you to give broadly to those most in need in our community. On March 25th, the Palo Alto Community Fund (PACF) launched a COVID-19 Relief Fund to raise and deploy immediate financial resources to help the most vulnerable in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto and Menlo Park. As of April...

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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. These small grants of UP to $2,000 are being offered to assist with the following 3 situations: FOR GROUPS/ORGANIZATIONS ONLY, WHO ARE HELPING OTHERS: Purchase of essential provisions: food, water, medication, diapers, cleaning supplies, pet food, etc. FOR GROUPS/ORGANIZATIONS ONLY...

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We are raising and mobilizing funds for the Flicker Fund to direct critical resources to the most vulnerable in our already challenged communities. The Flicker Fund provides direct grant support to stressed Indigenous communities on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, where some are already facing issues of hunger, lack of access to water, and unable to secure basic hygiene and material supplies needed for everyday life. As the grandmother of Native philanthropy, our organization is a trusted entity that anchors the Indigenous movement and that generates and re-distributes support to...

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