EIF, through its disaster response program, Music for Relief, has established the COVID-19 Response Fund to address the ongoing and evolving challenges presented by this emergency.
In the days and weeks ahead, the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will continue to present enormous challenges to the personal and professional lives of all who call the Sacramento region home.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented challenges throughout the SF Bay Area and the nation, as well as in the Bay Area’s LGBTQ community.
To help local nonprofit organizations and government agencies on the front lines prepare, rapidly respond to and deploy resources for coronavirus response in Butte, Glenn, Tehama and Colusa counties.
A coalition of North County San Diego regional foundations, Coastal Community Foundation, Leichtag Foundation, and Rancho Santa Fe Foundation, have established the North County COVID-19 Response Fund to direct crucial resources to nonprofits in North County San Diego.
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.
The LA County Fire Department Foundation launched the LACo Fire COVID-19 Relief and Resiliency Fund to address the needs of first responders. This fund will support needs submitted by sworn and people in the communities the foundation serves through our We Hear You Program.
Over the coming weeks and months, everyone in Northern California will continue to experience the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
United Way of San Diego County is hosting the San Diego Worker Assistance Initiative as part of the greater San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund, to provide flexible resources to individuals impacted by layoffs and reduced working hours implemented by employers.
Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) invites its members to contribute to the COVID-19 Rapid Response Migration Fund, which will provide emergency mini-grants to frontline organizations responding to the immediate needs of migrants and refugees to respond to the unprecedented challenge of the COVID-19
Santa Monica is a strong community with a long history of helping those in need. 79.8% of residents see themselves as a member of the community, and 74% feel they can count on their neighbors.
For immediate support of vulnerable people in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto and Menlo Park
The Philanthropy California team spoke with our friends at Catchafire, a partner of the Annenberg Foundation, Weingart Foundation, and several other California grantmakers. Catchafire provides grantmakers with custom programs to enable capacity-building and operational support at scale for nonprofits, primarily by matching them with virtual, skills-based volunteers. In this blog, its team shared with us what they’ve learned about the needs of California nonprofits during the coronavirus pandemic.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Greater LA Education Foundation (Greater LA) is coordinating community, business and philanthropic resources in support of the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) and the immediate and ever-changing needs of school districts serving almost 2 mill
The J. Paul Getty Trust has initiated a relief fund to support Los Angeles-based non-profit museums and visual arts organizations in response to the coronavirus crisis.
This rapid response support will be extended to community-based Indigenous peoples and organizations from the U.S.
We are raising and mobilizing funds for the Flicker Fund to direct critical resources to the most vulnerable in our already challenged communities.
Native American Community Response Fund is a rapid response fund working to deploy trust-based funding to Native-led organizations serving individuals and families