Native American Community Response Fund is a rapid response fund working to deploy trust-based funding to Native-led organizations serving individuals and families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially, funding was focused on supporting 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 has spread to tribal communities, we are expanding our...

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First Nations Development Institute is responding to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian community emergency needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic to minimize the risk of Native communities becoming collateral damage. 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 Nation and COVID-19 hotspots. VISIT FUND

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Every day, there is a shortage of healthy food, safe drinking water, healthcare and stores in remote reservation communities — and now more than ever with COVID-19. Elders who need to shop are finding the shelves empty and many Elders and families have “stay at home” orders. More and more tribes have travel restrictions in place, such as Rosebud, Pine Ridge, Cheyenne River, Northern Cheyenne and Navajo to name a few. Yet, the tribes we serve are allowing PWNA to continue its critical deliveries as an essential service and first responder for the reservations — even the tribes with travel...

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The California Immigrant Resilience Fund provides direct cash assistance to immigrant Californians who are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but are excluded from federal relief and ineligible for state safety-net programs. Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR), a network of foundations focused on immigration issues, has committed to raising $50 million to support direct financial assistance to families of undocumented immigrants through the California Immigrant Resilience Fund, with initial lead investments of $5.5 million from Emerson Collective, Blue Shield of...

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As each and everyone one of us makes preparations for the looming economic, political, and public health crisis, it is important to highlight that migrants, refugees, and low-wage workers in general— and day laborers specifically— face uniquely dangerous obstacles. Already targeted and victimized by unprecedented xenophobia and inequality, many of the people we work with will find themselves completely walled out of access to basic necessities in the weeks ahead. This fund will provide direct assistance to migrant workers who find themselves uniquely vulnerable in the face of the Coronavirus...

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The Sonoma County Resilience Fund is the largest long-term disaster recovery fund in Sonoma County. Most recently, we are supporting our community's economic resilience during the Coronavirus by making grants to nonprofits that assist the most vulnerable people in our community with continued access to housing, food, and medical care.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced widespread school and childcare center closures, disrupting the education, health and well-being of students, families and communities. Silicon Valley Community Foundation, in partnership with the San Mateo County and Santa Clara County Offices of Education, has established the COVID-19 Education Partnership, an initiative to support the needs of our local county offices of education and school districts through this unprecedented crisis.

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The NDN Collective’s COVID-19 Response Project is designed to provide immediate relief to some of the most underserved communities in the country. NDN’s intent is to quickly distribute resources to frontline organizations, Tribes and individuals to provide gap services during this health crisis, and to artists and entrepreneurs who have suffered the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. VISIT FUND

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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. The Fund will focus on four priority areas: food, homelessness, community health & education and economic security. VISIT FUND

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Given how long the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic will last, the Fund welcomes additional funds to help artists in the City and County of San Francisco. The City has made $250,000 available to individual artists, with additional support from the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation. Renamed the San Francisco Artists Relief Fund , the Fund will directly support the financial needs of artists of historically vulnerable communities who have been impacted by the COVID-19 related economic shutdown. The Fund will prioritize the financial needs of artists who are of and serving cultural...

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