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Coronavirus Relief Fund

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Coronavirus Relief Fund

Coronavirus Relief: What's Happening and How to Help

You can help communities around the world stop the COVID-19 pandemic.

The projects listed below are led by vetted GlobalGiving partners responding to the pandemic, which has caused thousands of casualties and spread to more than 100 countries. These projects include efforts to stop the virus’s spread and help patients recover from it, as well as education initiatives focused on prevention.

You can donate directly to a specific project below or to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund and we'll allocate it to where it's needed most. GlobalGiving will post reports about how your donation has been put to use.

Prevent COVID-19: KIFA Promotes Hygiene in Uganda
"COVID-19 as the world's most dangerous threat" according to UNICEF (2020); in education sector alone, in the view of the report: about 1.53 billion learners are out of school and 184 country-wide schools are closed, impacting 87.6% of the world's total enrolled learners; Kole Intellectual Forum, that is, promoting quality, sustainable and potential education in Uganda; has modified its action to include preventing the pandemic by promoting an hygiene at home, schools and in the hospitals.
Coronavirus Relief Fund
The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time in modern history that will require the best of humanity to overcome. Your donation to this fund will help stop COVID-19's spread and protect us all.
COVID-19 Emergency Response in the Philippines
The Philippines has been under strict quarantine since March 14th - the longest of any country, not allowing people to work. The economic impact on the most vulnerable people has been catastrophic, causing them to survive without any income or savings. FundLife has already reached 20,000 people, with at least 40,000 more people who are in dire need of help. We are working to reach those do not have enough food to feed children and help them with food packs, hygiene kits and health education.
Palestine, We Care: COVID-19 Relief Trust
As of June 19th, there are 675 cases of COVID-19 in West Bank and Gaza with a serious outbreak of 195 cases in E. Jerusalem. Israel has 19,894 cases. With 72 cases in Gaza, and Palestinian workers returning from Israel, the virus could easily spread. Meanwhile, an already-fragile economy is collapsing; families without jobs are destitute and hungry. Help prevent disaster. Give protective clothing & ICU equipment to NGO hospitals in Gaza, food & soap to families in need in Gaza and the West Bank.
Emergency Fund for Shipibo Healers & Local Workers
The Chaikuni Institute is raising funds to support the Shipibo healers and local workers of three highly respected Amazonian healing centers; our sister organization, the Temple of the Way of Light, and their close friends and allies at two Shipibo, family-owned and run centers, Niwe Rao Xobo and Shipibo Rao. 100% of the funds from this campaign will go to the Shipibo healers and local workers in the Amazon who urgently need help to cover food and living expenses over the next six months.
Coronavirus Relief for NYC's Children and Families
New York City's low-income communities are the world's hardest hit group by the COVID-19 pandemic. This "epicenter within the epicenter" is experiencing the highest rates of the city's more than 200,000 infections, and is struggling with the fact that a pandemic is worsening the already existing realities of living in poverty. In response, we're providing COVID-19 testing and treatment options, permanent housing to displaced youth in foster care, food boxes to hungry families, and more.
Help LHR Face Challenges On the Shoreline & Beyond
Lighthouse Relief (LHR) offers a dignified humanitarian response on the north shore of Lesvos and Ritsona Refugee Camp on the Greek mainland. In 2020, refugees and asylum seekers in Greece faced unprecedented challenges, with increased tensions on Lesvos and the threat of COVID-19. These factors forced us to pause in-person activities in both locations. Today, we are asking for renewed support as we plan for restarting our operations at this crucial time. Help us to forge a path ahead.
Education & food for 600 children in Guatemala
Only 30% of children who start primary school education reach grade six at the correct age and even less go onto secondary school. Having provided education for 3,000 children to date we are now concentrating on putting between 600-1000 students through secondary school and college over the next ten years. Due to COVID-19 we aim to provide hand sanitizer and soap over the long-term for all our students for when they enter and leave the schools each day to reassure parents that it is safe.
Help a Child: Provide Access to Water in Nigeria
This project would provide access to safe clean drinking water in seven rural communities in three Local Councils Kano, Nigeria who had outbreaks of water related diseases where 15 children out of 50 reported cases died. The project will build tube wells, handheld pumps, ventilated improved pit toilets and also train children on good hand washing practices. The project will also provide WASH materials, face masks, sanitizers and palliatives to fight the current Corona Virus in the state.
Feed Displaced Families in Syria during COVID-19
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected IDP's and refugees, limiting access to food and other necessities. Each day more and more people arrive to the Iraqi border in north-east Syria where they hope to find safety from the violence. The Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights is working together with local human rights workers to provide internally displaced people with food, water, blankets and other necessities that have been limited due to COVID-19.
COVID19: Education & Food for Palestinian Children
Refugee children and their families in Nablus, Palestine, have been hit hard by the impact of COVID-19. Most families have lost their only source of income and aren't able to put food on the table. We are delivering food, medicine and basic supplies to as many at-risk families as possible, and have transitioned to an online education curriculum to provide quality, distance learning resources that refugee children can access from home.
Covid-19: Aid to Rural Communities in India
India's lockdown has closed all non-essential businesses & services, as the government ramps up preventative measures to combat Covid-19. The pandemic is disproportionally affecting the lives of those living in poverty. In response, Seva Mandir is already conducting short-term relief, & is starting efforts for long-term relief for rural families in southern Rajasthan. Your donation to this fund will provide relief & support to the families of these communities during this challenging time.
Help Feed Hundreds of Hungry People
Covid-19 has not changed our mission, only our method. The Cuenca Soup Kitchen continues to be committed to providing food to those most in need. Prior to the Covid-19 crisis, the Cuenca Soup Kitchen served hot meals and provided access to clothing and other basic items for Venezuelan refugees. In addition, its Outreach program provided sack lunches for the Ecuadorian working poor. The current pandemic has deepened our challenge.
1m meals for excluded women & children in Covid-19
This project will distribute 1 Million Meals to the Apne Aap women in the red light areas of Kolkata, Forbesganj,Bihar and Delhi who are hit hard in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic . The women are finding it hard to earn their daily wage. The families are starving as there is no daily income. The children are cut off from learning and are unable to find food. The women live in caged rooms with no windows and running water. Apne Aap is trying to help them survive through the lockdown.
Coronavirus Preparedness for High Risk Families
With more than 650,000 confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide, COVID-19 continues to devastate communities worldwide. This project provides basic hygiene needs in sufficient quantities to enable the most vulnerable populations to self isolate to minimize risk of contracting this deadly virus. This includes families in need of diapers and other baby supplies, hygiene necessities for the elderly and other crucial supplies for those most in need.
Pope Francis Center COVID-19 Response
The Pope Francis Center provides life saving services with love and dignity for the homeless in downtown Detroit. The Pope Francis Center has modified their operations. The center is offering pre-boxed meals, 24 hour access to restrooms and outdoor wash stations. and heated tents. In addition to food and warmth, the staff is taking peoples' temperatures and checking for signs of COVID-19.
Nepal Emergency COVID-19 fund
Coronavirus is an unprecedented global health crisis in the recent History of World. The expansion of COVID-19 left all children out of school. Even children who are orphan & vulnerable are becoming more risk of Coronavirus .Therefore, we are protecting & feeding nutritional foods over hundreds vulnerable children & Girls that we are taking care of everyday. Your support will help us to prevent them from COVID-19 and provide them recreational, life skills activities & awareness program.
Women's Sewing Project in Kakuma Refugee Camp
As the first case of Covid-19 has yet been recorded in the Kakuma Refugee Camps, this project will educate people in the refugee camps on Covid-19 and how it affects people. This will include the methods to contain the virus including hand washing, hygiene, masks, and social distancing. Soap, masks, and sanitary napkins will be distributed to vulnerable refugee families. These proactive measures will help to contain the virus if and when it enters the camp.
COVID-19: Midwives on the front line saving lives
This project will supply 300 Haitian midwives, spanning across the ten departments of Haiti, with the protective gear (masks, gloves, soap, hand sanitizer) they need to safely take care of women, girls and newborns. It will also provide masks for the families they serve. Midwives will also provide free education within their communities on the Coronavirus (facts/debunking myths, proper hand washing, mask wearing/making, implications on pregnancy and breastfeeding and gender-based violence).
Coronavirus Relief Aid Distribution
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide stands at over 937,000 with over 47,000 deaths (2 April 2020). In contrast to China where the number of new cases have reportedly declined, the numbers in Japan are now quickly increasing. Therefore, Civic Force and our partners are strengthening our response activities in Japan to combat the virus.
Hope&Hygiene: Support Increased Needs from COVID19
As a basic needs bank, we are on the front line responding to the most vulnerable populations during this crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately impacting children, families and elderly who lack access to basic hygiene necessities. This project allows us to provide diapers, period products and adult care essentials to those most in need.
COVID-19 Prevention for 15 Guatemalan Communities
GRACE Cares's Community Finance Guatemala empowers indigenous women to take control of their household financial situations by providing them with financial literacy education and by training them to create and manage their own community banks. During this time, we are focusing on increasing the resilience of the communities we support by providing critical health education, and easy start-up home garden kits. Now more than ever we need to help protect the most vulnerable across the globe.
COVID-19 Aid for Education in Afghanistan
Already coming from one of the most underserved and disadvantaged segments of Afghan society, our students are at greater risk due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Without tuition, independent schools are at risk of having to close permanently. We are planning to provide emergency aid packages for students, their families, teachers and staff, to see them through to the other side of this crisis. The package includes one sack of flour, mineral-rich grains, cooking oil, and soap for each family.
COVID-19: Help produce local protective facemasks
COVID-19 is just beginning to sweep through Africa. There is a desperate need for thousands of protective facemasks to help slow the spread of the virus. Food is also in short supply. This project will provide sewing machines for producing mass amounts of facemasks for the local people, and an egg incubator to help build up a food supply to feed the hungry children in the community.
COVID-19 Emergency funding for 500 Maya families
This project will support indigenous women and their families from the rural highlands of Guatemala combat COVID-19. We will be providing deliveries of food and distribution of critical health information immediately, while also establishing longterm solutions to food sustainability through family gardens.
Protect & Feed people affected by Corona/ Honduras
We are locked down with no food, 80% of people depend on public transport. Government not allow us on the streets except one day a week for groceries and bank. The poor have no way to get there. Groceries are 90 minutes from us. Hospital and Clinic staff have no Protection in caring for people with Corona. First we need to feed folks. Second we need funds to get supplies there.
Help Migrant and Dailywage Workers during COVID-19
COVID-19 Pandemic spreading all over the world infecting lakhs of people & facing inconceivable circumstances. Lakhs of people getting sudden deaths due to dreadful Coronavirus. DailyWage workers lost their jobs due to lockdown & families are suffering with starvation. Migrant workers are in pathetic condition. Donate charity to support immediate & long-term relief to the Daily wage workers, Agriculture labourers. Help us to donate groceries kit, sanitizer, mask to families of dailywage workers
Belle Isle Freedom March - Community Event
We are going to recreate the Selma march across the Belle Isle bridge. This will be A PEACEFUL demonstration. This march is to offset the tension that has unfortunately been attached to this wonderful movement. We need to come together in solidarity at this time. -Peaceful walk -Food and supplies provided (PPE for families disproportionately affected by COVID19) -Resources and materials for organizations and groups willing to help - Organized Speakers -Voter registration -Light refreshments
Ration for 1000 families of person with disability
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing unprecedented difficulty and hardship for persons with disabilities, and they remain the most vulnerable at this time. Today, we need your support more than ever before. NOWPDP is a disability inclusion initiative that works in the areas of education and economic empowerment. For the last 11 years, it has impacted 6000+ lives.
Gardens, Goats, and More: Climate Action Palestine
In the next 3 months, the Corona pandemic is projected to damage the world food supply, lowering food exports and dramatically impacting the world economy. One important way for unemployed Palestinian families to get by, will be to garden or raise livestock. Right now, this spring, please give the poorest families in Gaza / W.Bank the gardening supplies or goats, chickens, rabbits they need to produce their own food and start a home-based business-a vital, sustainable climate action.
Coronavirus Response in Afghanistan
We sent all the kids home and transformed our centers in Kabul and Herat to production and training centers to fight Coronavirus, COVID-19 in Afghanistan. We have been producing and distributing face shields, different hand sanitizer units, designing and publishing banners, posters, leaflets, t-shirts, managing teams who paint green social distancing circles in the cities, conducting hygiene workshops and developing new campaigns. We need your support to do more and better for saving more lives.
COVID-19 Emergency Support for OBF Youth Centre
Economic livelihoods of many disadvantaged families, who are daily wage earners in Lagos have been halted and negatively altered due to the lock-down as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. This project will, therefore, support such families, who are members of the OBF Youth Centres in Victoria Island, Lagos and Warri, Delta state; the project will provide them relief materials such as staple foods, beverage, and hygiene packs.
Standing Strong
Before going into quarantine to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Puerto Rico was hit by two consecutive and devastating hurricanes and by two destructive earthquaques in January 2020. After 30 months of continuous stress, children and youth in Puerto Rico have lost an estimated total of six months of class. Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico has stepped up quickly to support participants and their families, designing a virtual club experience that is as close to the club experience as possible.
COVID-19 Poverty & Hunger Relief
COVID-19 has devastated economies in Africa leaving many jobless & hungry. Poverty may turn out to be the biggest killer in the end. In southern Africa the pandemic is growing & many vulnerable people lost their livelihoods as tourism crashed & their future is bleak. Help All Out Africa reach those who most need relief in the kingdom of Eswatini, South Africa and Mozambique. All Out Africa sources & delivers food parcels, sanitizer & poverty relief stipends to vulnerable families most impacted.
Support Yemen during the COVID19 pandemic
The economy of COVID-19 is making it challenging for families to obtain the necessities of life including food. The project will provide food baskets that can feed a whole family of six people for one month. Your donation goes to provide the food baskets, Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation covers the cost associated with the delivering the baskets to the neediest and to hard-to-reach areas in the country.
BE THERE - support young people during coronavirus
When the world is told to distance yourselves and remain isolated, young people living in challenging circumstances feel heightened levels of anxiety and loneliness. The coronavirus crisis is making life tough for young people, so now is a critical time for us to support our students. We plan to offer online music-making and social sessions for EVERY young person. That's 350 students and 475 sessions every week! Please will you "BE THERE" to help us support young people when they need us most?
As COVID-19 spreads, it poses a grave danger to vulnerable people. It is driving families deeper into hunger and poverty. The pandemic has changed our lives for the foreseeable future, but no one is more impacted than those who were already vulnerable. Older adults, individuals experiencing homelessness, wage workers, and people experiencing unemployment. With your help, we can expand our water, sanitation, and hygiene programs to save more lives.
Emergency Response: Coronavirus Aid Distribution
Since COVID-19 became a pandemic disease that also affects Indonesia. Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation will focus on the country to response the spread of COVID-19. ACT Foundation will distribute free food aid, personal protective equipment for health officer, free mask, hand sanitizer to the community, providing education about the disease and opening the Corona Crisis Center, etc.
Osa Community Support Fund
The COVID-19 has impacted the entire World affecting communities to the core, therefore we are focusing our energy in providing basic support (food, cleaning and medic supplies) for the most vulnerable groups in these rural towns: the ELDERLY. This fund was created to provide small donations to communities in Osa Peninsula. The gifts to local groups were used for community improvements such as drinking water systems, community centers, health centers, development activities, and others.
Aid to Refugees of Taal Volcano, Floods, COVID-19
Beginning in January 2020, thousands of families in the Philippines have been displaced by Taal Volcano, typhoons, fires, floods and now COVId-19 infections. Asia America Initiative and our partners are providing emergency food, water, tarp shelters, blankets, hygiene, face masks and basic health care items for 2,000 displaced families and first response workers. We have provided 4 tons of relief supplies. Your donation will assist us in affected communities and inspire hope for the homeless.
Covid-19 Aid for Afghans
Education & action is a must for a country that has been in conflict for so long, to help people deal with the Covid-19 crisis. We are providing disinfection kits to families as well as providing hot meals and food packages. AIL is broadcasting information about the virus every hour on Radio Meraj, and printing leaflets. AIL has turned over tailoring classrooms to the production of PPE for AIL health clinics and as a service for the public. We are providing distance learning for students.
Help Ukrainian Hospitals Buy COVID-19 Equipment
For this project, Bridge to Ukraine is partnering with Charitable Foundation "Patients of Ukraine" ( to raise funds for the purchase of personal protective equipment (PPE), ventilators, portable x-ray machines, and coronavirus tests in Ukraine. With the nearly $142,000 already raised, "Patients of Ukraine" has purchased 19,150 ventilators for 39 hospitals around Ukraine, 726 gowns for doctors in Kyiv and Zhytomyr, and over $7000 of PPE for doctors in Sumy region.
Emergency COVID-19 support for Kenyan children
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has meant our vocational training centres and specialist schools we support in Kenya have closed. For many children and students the lunch they get is the only meal they'll eat all day. Rural communities and informal urban settlements are also not equipped to deal with the pandemic. With all disasters, the vulnerable are always most at risk. We need to provide information, essential items and support to ensure the communities we support are safe.
Help our Animal Hospital Survive Covid-19 Crisis
The global Covid-19 Virus crisis is affecting the whole world. In India we are facing a nationwide lockdown and restrictions that are having a severe impact on our ability to help sick and injured animals. This project will provide emergency funding to help TOLFA get through these uncertain and unpredictable times. Supplies of food and medicines are getting harder to source and what we can get is becoming more expensive. We want to ensure we can keep helping the animals who rely on us.
Pandemic Food Relief for Families in Rwanda
We are in uncharted waters. COVID-19 is now present in nearly every country in the world. Everyday needs present an even greater challenge than before the pandemic, and the coming months are filled with uncertainty. In early March, the families we serve in Rwanda voiced their fears about the virus and its impact on them. The Rwandan government locked down the country on March 21. Our families have lost the ability to earn any income whatsoever, and they desperately need our help.
One Foundation Coronavirus Response 2020
Donations will support containment efforts and services for affected communities in China. The fund will help meet needs for healthcare, foods, and counseling service in partnership with our nonprofit partners over 31 provinces in China. (Please note: GlobalGiving cannot accept donations originating from Mainland China in accordance with the Law of the People's Republic of China on Administration of Activities of Overseas Nongovernmental Organizations.)
COVID-19 and Child Trafficking Prevention
As COVID-19 impacts the world, those most vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation are becoming more vulnerable. Increased poverty and economic strain is likely to pull children out of school, increasing their risk of exploitation. Children home and online for long periods increases the risk of online exploitation. The Freedom Story is distributing medical supplies, and non-perishable items to over 200 families at-risk of trafficking, and helping them earn income to stay out of poverty.
Coronavirus Relief Support for Bangladesh
Covid 19, a pandemic declared by WHO is threatening whole world by spreading in almost every corner across globe. Thousand people being infected & already died due to coronavirus. Considering the deadly outreach where the antidote is still unknown, we can only imagine the horror if it massively spread in densely populated country like ours. Your donation on the project will help us raise awareness, distribute protective gears and continue education from home by Digital Education Initiative
Provide medical supplies to Honduran Hospital
The Hospital Escuela is the largest government run hosptial in Central America. On the best of days they do not have the supplies they need to take care of patients. Parents have to bring in wound supplies, food, and necesissities. They are not allowed to stay with their children at night. It is a teaching hospital and many of the physcians work tirelessly, often giving up their own practice for part of the day. They need supplies. Gloves, masks, protective equipment, disinfectant during COVID.
Mi Valedor vendors rely on the sale of the street magazine to generate their income. As vulnerable and marginalized individuals they are acutely affected by the COVID19 pandemic. The funds raised will help as their first economic defense.// Los vendedores de Mi Valedor confian en la venta de la revista callejera para generar sus ingresos. Como personas excluidas y vulnerables se ven gravemente afectados por la pandemia de COVID19. Los fondos recaudados serviran como su primera defensa economica.
Keep dogs from Starvation during Covid-19 in SA
by Nourish
This project will allow us to buy Dog Food and distribute it to dogs and to families who are unable to feed their dogs, due to huge losses of jobs and income created in the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic in South Africa. When a family has no money even to feed their own children or buy their own food, their dogs and animals will suffer. This funding will allow us to buy dog food or animal food to prevent starvation of animals in the community.
Support Vulnerable Families During COVID-19 Crisis
Tijuana's small, but mighty network of civil society organizations have been welcoming migrants and deportees to ensure their basic needs are met. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has directly impacted millions of people's lives in Tijuana and the U.S.-Mexico border region. Since March 15, ICF has granted over $75,000 to local nonprofits to provide food, medicine, and legal services to vulnerable migrants and deportees in Tijuana. Please help us unite, inspire, and provide hope to our nearest neighbors.
Food & Hygiene Security in rural South Africa
by Nourish
Rural communities rely on schools & feeding schemes for their children to get a meal daily. Now during the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa, with schools shut - many children are at home with even less access to food security. This makes them & their families even more vulnerable. Nourish's goal to keep providing these vulnerable families with food parcels, food gardens, food security and hygiene support over the next few months as winter and Covid-19 make a serious impact. Growing resilience.
Covid-19 is growing hunger, let solidarity exceed
This project will provide free nutritional complements to children in the North Sierra of Jalisco, whose families have lost their jobs or their income is reduced as a consequence of the covid-19 pandemic. We aim to provide 1,200 weekly endowments of nutritional complements that will ensure a proper nutrition for 300 children during one month, helping them receive the nutriments they're lacking because of a weakened family economy and little food available.
This project has the objective of providing monthly emergency food bags including non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, diapers and personal care products to 850 low-income families and their children (approximately 5,000 people) that will face hunger during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Buenos Aires, Argentina
80 street working children and their families are at the moment living under constant insecurity and pressure due to the quarantine released by the coronavirus. They are not allowed to go working on the streets to maintain themselves and their families, which has caused a state financial shock and missing meals. Twice a week each one of the families receives a pantry that covers their most basic alimentary and sanitary needs, to provide the social protection they urgently need.
Coronavirus: An Urgent Appeal for India and Nepal
On 11th March 2020, The World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The impact of this global outbreak is having a catastrophic effect on already vulnerable communities in India and Nepal. Currently millions of daily wage labourers in India- living hand to mouth in the cities- are walking hundreds of miles back to rural areas, having to leave the cities due to the enforced lockdown. Your donation will go directly to the immediate and longer-term of marginalised Dalit communities.
COVID-19 Relief for Atlanta-Area Single Parents
The pandemic placed a huge financial & emotional weight on the Atlanta-area, single-parent college students HOPE supports. Our students fell ill with the virus, cared for others who were sick, & lost employment due to the pandemic. HOPE responded by providing additional support in the form of groceries, cleaning & medical supplies, paying utility bills & offering emotional support. Even as the country begins to open back up, many of our single parents are still struggling & need your help.
Fund urgent COVID medical equipment for Tanzania
Please help us provide doctors and other healthcare workers in Tanzania with protective equipment and basic tools to help them fight COVID19. Although current confirmed cases in Tanzania low, due to very low testing rates this is undoubtedly a huge underestimate and unfortunately we expect the numbers to rise substantially. Tanzania has an extremely unprepared health system, with only 0.4 doctors per 10,000 population (compared to 28 for the UK), and and only 1.3 ICU beds per million people.
Coronavirus Relief Project | Sphoorti Foundation
This project provides essential food items to poor and marginalised families who are losing their livelihood on account of the lockdown announced by the Indian Government.
Prevention of Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pakistan
AHD has been working in the rural areas of Sindh since 2001 in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector. At this critical moment, AHD has started collaboration with the provincial authorities and now making efforts to raise funds for effective preventive work against the spread of Covid-19 in the rural areas of Sindh.
Covid19 Relief Fund for Families in Philippines
March 16, 2020, the entire island of Luzon, Philippines was placed under quarantine due to a growing number of COVID-19 cases, forcing almost all businesses to close. We are based in Quezon City, a city of about 2.9 million people. With businesses closed, suspended public transport & slow government's response to the crisis, poor families of daily wage earners are now left unsure of where to get food for the next weeks! Please help us give nutritious meals to thousands of families affected.
COVID 19 Appeal for Pakistan
The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time in modern history that will require the best of humanity to overcome. The new coronavirus has taken thousands of lives and spread to nearly every country in the world. Pakistan is also facing challenges due to COVID 19, Currently 2708 cases reported and out of that 40 deaths. Due to COVID 19 Government of Sindh Pakistan announced the lockdown since last 15 days.
Coronavirus response in Kibera
Turning Point is responding to coronavirus in Kibera by supporting vulnerable families in Kibera with food vouchers, providing handwashing stations for the wider community, distributing information, and producing face masks to help stop the spread of the virus in Kibera.
Fight COVID-19 in South-West Cameroon
This project aims to support local health facilities, treatment centers, and healthcare providers, to respond to COVID-19 efficiently and without getting infected. It provides training, regular accompaniment, and Personal Protective Equipment (surgical masks, gloves, infra-red thermometers, cloth masks), hygiene equipment (Soap, chlorine, water dispensers - most rural facilities do not have running water) and other needs such as extra scrubs, aprons, and flasks for sample movement.
Rescue 100 Street Youth for COVID-19 safety
This microproject will use the completed dormitory building (constructed using the funds from the parent project) to rescue and accommodate 100 SY and protect them from the spread of COVID-19. We have received partial funding to rescue the youth and require additional funding for operational expenses such as food, blankets, soaps, and PPE.
Covid Relief: Food + Shelter for Unemployed Women
100 women in our microloan program are out of work due to isolation guidelines in Ethiopia, meaning resources for food and rent no longer exist. Many are the sole breadwinners for their households, as they support extended family members under one roof. These homes have little to no safety net and have immediately lost all resources for basic needs. Added to this are the health risks of living in close quarters at a time it is critical to social distance.
Coronavirus Hygiene Kits for 3000 individuals
As Lebanon reported its 73rd case of COVID-19 on March 12, panicked citizens rushed to pharmacies across Lebanon demanding hygiene items which prices skyrocketed almost immediately. URDA has launched this project in Al-Yasamine refugee camp in Lebanon. The project will conduct awareness sessions on the prevention of COVID-19 through improving hygiene behaviors ending with the distribution of hygiene kits that'll include: N95 mask, sanitizers, alcohol-based soap, antimicrobial wipes.
Emergency Coronavirus Response for the Elderly
To support the tea estate communities, particularly the elderly, to get the medication and basic supplies they need whilst unable to work or leave their houses due to curfew and Coronavirus. A huge number of daily workers, including those from the tea estates, are unable to work and are now without the ability to purchase even basic food, this is resulting in vulnerability and increasing incidents of domestic violence. Even in 'normal' times, 90% of our students live off less than $1 a day.
Emergency Fund COVID-19 for our elderly users
In these difficult and complex times it is estimated that 1 in 7 elderlies can die from COVID-19. We need your help TODAY to collect USD 3,132,000 to protect them. Hogar de Cristo welcomes more than 4,500 older adults in hostels, residences and home support programs. Furthermore, a significant part of the 15,000 people served by the Hograr de Cristo who live on the streets are also elderlies.
World Central Kitchen COVID-19 Response
Beyond the health impacts of the coronavirus, many vulnerable communities now do not know where their next meal will come from. In response, WCK has launched nationwide in the US to provide meals to children & their families, healthcare workers, and the elderly. In just 24 days, we have served 1 million meals in 82 cities. And this is just the start - we want and need to do more. With your support, we can reach more people in need and help one another get through this difficult time.
Send 500 face masks to remote health centers
This project will purchase 500 face-masks to support rural health centres to be able to attend to, diagnose, isolate and refer patients of COVID-19 without endangering the lives of health personnel and other patients. This project focuses on Muyuka Sub-Division, as the entry point for COVID-19 from the urban to the rural South-West, and from the safer to the conflict areas. If the virus is well contained in this area, the lives of thousands will be saved.
Keep South African Youth Learning & Fed During C19
Without access to computers or WiFi, youth in the Umkhumbane community are marginalized from online learning during South Africa's COVID-19 lockdown, in conditions of poverty and overcrowding at home. This project connects 200 at-risk high-schoolers with Umkhumbane Schools Project teaching staff in an interactive, small-group learning space via their cell phones, providing math instruction, personal encouragement, information about the virus and social distancing, and food vouchers as needed.
Communities in solidarity against COVID 19
The current situation generated by COVID-19 crisis has led to the loss of working opportunities. As a result, families have experienced a considerable decrease in their income. Given this, we have strengthened a community system to support people that have a greater risk and are most affected. We channeled the inner energy and solidarity of the communities to contribute to the well-being of its members, and we will contribute with donated funds to encourage the local economy.
COVID-19: hospital in Italy needs urgent help
The aim of this project is to provide financial assistance to the hospitals of the Lodi province, where the first cases of COVID-19 in Italy appeared. They are much smaller in size than other hospitals and are faced with little financial aid. As all Italian hospitals which are treating Coronavirus patients, they too lack ventilators and basic equipment. The money raised will be used to purchase intensive care units and protective equipment (gloves, masks, body suit, etc.).
Support people with Down syndrome in this pandemic
Fundacion John Langdon Down serves more than 1,500 students with Down Syndrome and their low-income families each year. We offer educational, medical and psychological programs to children, teens and adults.
COVID-19 Relief for 106 Artisans in Kenya
This project will help provide relief - including food + sanitary packages and an emergency fund - for Imani Collective artisans in Kenya who, in light of COVID-19, are unable to safely quarantine or provide for their families over the next several weeks. Imani Collective is a socioeconomic empowerment program focused on creating dignified jobs and taking a holistic approach to empowerment for more than 100 artisans in Mombasa, Kenya.
Donate for DailyWage Workers during COVID-19 India
Project helps & feed 400 families and effective impact on their lives. Sudden Lock down & Pandemic COVID-19 the daily wage earners and migrant workers lost their income. They stuck up each and every corner of India. Many of these families are suffering with starvation. We are feeding hungry homeless and daily workers at their locations. We identified such families and helping them by donating groceries kit consist of Rice, Dal, Ata, Oil, Soaps, Hand wash, Tamarind, Onion, Masks, Sanitizers.
Urgent: Children Locked Down at Risk of starvation
COVID-19 is threatening vulnerable children and their out-of-work parents locked down in Guntur slums in Andhra Pradesh, India. These communities who are already maximizing their limited resources are now at risk of starvation, as well as being at high risk for contracting COVID-19. We need help from the global community to save the lives of the children and their families. Your gift of any amount will mean life-saving support. Will you join with us to save lives? .
Covid-19: food package support for Kibera
The lockdown means many breadwinners for families in Kibera are not working - from those relying on informal labour markets to staff in the community-based schools in our network. Many live hand to mouth, unable to develop financial safety nets, and are therefore unable to pay for food and basic needs for their children. Shopkeepers give credit to regular customers but they struggle to restock without cash, affecting their ability to eat. We are fundraising for food packages for families.
Coronavirus vs. the Collinsville Food Pantry
The Collinsville Food Pantry serves the community of Collinsville, Il. The Coronavirus has hit us hard in the donations. We are serving more families that have been affected financially. We are needing extra funds to replenish our supply. We are serving more on a weekly basis and that is going to increase as our State quarantine continues.
Emergency Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11. Cases of coronavirus continue to spread rapidly throughout the world. As of July 1, 2020, there are more than 10.5 million COVID-19 cases with over 512,000 deaths across 188 countries and territories. In response, International Medical Corps is providing medical expertise, equipment, training, and triage and treatment services around the world and in the US to prevent and treat COVID-19.
COVID19 Emergency: Stopping Domestic Violence Rise
Stay Home. Stay Safe...It isn't a safe space for everyone! Being locked at home to help prevent the virus is the right thing to do however thousands of new cases are being reported daily of increased domestic violence through this challenging time. Our project in South Africa provides a safe house for women and children and in the past few weeks requests have overtaken capacity. We need urgent critical funding to be able to rescue these women and children before it is too late.
Solidarity and Care in times of COVID-19
Because of the health emergency by COVID-19, the Colombian government established confinement measures in homes. For the families that are linked to the informal economy, this means that they do not have the possibility to work. The PT Foundation cover about 80 families; people who are dependent on the informal work sectors. If you would like to support them, you can show solidarity by providing food and medicine. This will give relief to these families, taking care of them with dignified life.
Fight the spread of COVID-19 in Rural Haiti
The number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus in Haiti continues to grow. Our rural partners cannot stay sheltered in place as their livelihood depends entirely on them being out in the fields working. We are taking measures to provide members of 60 organizations (over 3,000 families) with the education needed on the pandemic and the necessary equipment to protect themselves, their families and communities.
Prevention & Well being during COVID19 in Nepal
COVID-19 has been declared a pandemic by the WHO. People from all walks of life have been hit very hard, unknowingly and having a catastrophic effect on already vulnerable communities. Sooner there will be problems of survival especially for the daily wage earners and not to forget the after effects of the Lockdown which is already into the third week in Nepal. Your generosity will help these people be prevented and with supply of basic food supplies.
Food, funds & support for India's COVID-19 victims
India's national lockdown, restricting transit and shuttering most businesses, has had a devastating impact on low-wage earners, roadside vendors, and struggling farmers, as jobs are eliminated, road traffic disappears, and market demand evaporates. This project will fund providing emergency food and supplies to 1200 people in Tamil Nadu who are at risk of starvation and cash grants to 100 farmers and individual enterprises for loan or rent payments.
Covid 19 Food Support Program
As the coronavirus continues to spread, its devastating effects are being felt around the world including in our community in rural Nicaragua. Waves of Hope, is excited to be teaming up with our friends at Rise Up Kids with the common goal of making sure that people are nourished and looked after during this challenging time. Together we share the common goal of making sure that families have access to food, clean water, healthcare, emergency supplies and other essential items.
Boys & Girls Club South Coast Area COVID-19 Relief
The Boys & Girls Club of the South Coast Area in San Clemente, CA is dedicated to supporting our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Though we had to close our doors on March 16 for the safety of all, that very same day we launched our Emergency Food program, delivering meals, food staples, and activities to families in need. To date, we have served over 5,000 meals. We are also providing virtual programming for our members and are prepared to open our summer camp as soon as it is safe.
Donate Digital Education gadgets to poor children
Recent study says that a lot of socio - economically backward children in India are facing psychological setback with the sudden shift of Education into Digital Mode after Covid Lock-down. Children cannot afford a smart phone or a laptop and so are bound to depreciate in their learning outcomes or even can drop out of Education. The funding from this project shall facilitate low cost smart phones or laptops to such needy children and help them sustain their education and excel too.
COVID - Pandemic Brings Hunger
The Covid-19 virus made it to Rwanda--unfortunately! The Rwandan government has ordered all citizens to stay at home. One hundred Batwa Pygmy families, whom you have so generously supported, are starving to death in self-isolation, because at home they they cannot work to get money to buy food. Please consider a donation now to help buy food for the villages of Cyaruzinge and Masoro. Your gift of a dollar a day will provide enough beans, cassava flour and vegetable oil to feed one family.
COVID-19 Food Donation in Bangladesh
Heroes for All has been involved helping the struggling population of daily wage earners and unemployed providing 1 wk supply of food items since March 18. 1 bag cost $5.81 The volunteers and members of the organization is going door to door handing over the food so that the people who are in crisis do not need to come out of their homes. We successfully managed to support +3000 families across Bangladesh with whatever fund we managed to raise and continuing the distribution in remote villages.
COVID-19 Support for 4000 Poor Indonesian Families
This initiative will allow us to support disadvantaged communities in West Java and Central Kalimantan, where more than 50% of the population live below the poverty line. Daily wagers and single parents, who don't have the luxury of working from home, are already struggling to survive. With this virus, we are seeing a real crisis ahead. With your help, soaps, masks, food packages and education about the disease will be provided for 4,000 families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emergency COVID-19 support for Cambodian families
Within weeks of COVID19 hitting hundreds of Cambodians were out of work as tourists left and businesses closed. Hundreds are now out of work, facing the potential threat of sickness through COVID19, or hunger as so many families fall into deep poverty. We will continue to support our community in every way we can. At this time that means providing emergency food, hygiene products and medicine to those who cannot afford it and also moving our counselling and workshops online.
Covid-19 protection for at-risk Filipino children
The Covid-19 virus has afflicted the Philippines, where civil conflict, malnutrition and natural disasters have caused suffering for millions of Filipino children. This program now protects medical workers, 3,000 elementary school children and their elders. We are providing protective gear, hygiene supplies, clean water and basic foods to build stronger immune systems to resist the Covid-19 crisis. We are seeking to add protection and nutritional programs for at least 500 at-risk children.
Help Hospitality Students with Unexpected Costs
Covid-19 has altered daily life for most of us. Help us raise $3,427 to support distressed employees and students in hospitality and tourism workforce. With the generosity of donors and Global Giving we have been able to assist disadvantaged employees and undergraduate students with unexpected costs incurred during this unprecedented situation. So far, 10 micro grants were deployed to most vulnerable individuals from 5 regions. We need your help to sustain our efforts
Help fight the spread of Covid-19 in Guatemala
The coronavirus pandemic reached Guatemala in early March 2020. Since then, the government has been working to fight the spread of Covid-19 instituting measures such as: 1) closing the borders; 2) restricting public transportation; 3) setting a national curfew; 4) prohibiting inter-department travel and 5) requiring that all individuals wear masks in public spaces. This project will help low-income Guatemalans comply with government measures to fight the spread of Covid-19 in the country.
Coronavirus relief in India
Snehalaya is providing thousands of daily wage worker families with food to prevent hunger being the biggest killer during the current pandemic & supporting migrant workers on their long walk home. We will continue to support those for whom this pandemic is having a lasting affect, long after the current situation dissipates. This includes women & children at risk from trafficking & women in our communities who are suffering from domestic violence, now & post lock down.
Support Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis Response
The International Rescue Committee is managing a global response to COVID-19, implementing preparedness work in all 40+ countries where we operate, and providing life-saving programs in areas of widespread transmission. Vulnerable populations and those living in crisis will be hit the hardest by this outbreak. We are working across three key areas: to mitigate and respond to the spread; protect IRC staff; and ensure the continuation of our existing programming globally.
AnneGift Foundation Covid-19 Relief
Currently, the Nigerian economy has been dwindling as there has been a lockdown for 6 weeks due to the outbreak. This has changed the way of life of Nigerians especially the poor living in rural communities. AnneGift Foundation is responding by administering short-term relief for some of these communities and making efforts for long-term relief for rural communities in Imeko (Ogun State), Erinmo (Osun State), Egbeda (Oyo State) and Makoko (Lagos State).
Water Sanitation and Hygiene to mitigate COVID-19
Venezuela is ill-prepared to cope with COVID-19 pandemic. Ensuring access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and food security are essential elements to the pandemic's response. 82% of Venezuelans do not have access to regular supply of clean drinking water. By equipping care homes and soup-kitchens with WASH (soap, water tanks, water purification tablets and filters), we will help mitigate COVID-19 transmission and ensure food safety for 20,000 low-income families in 12 states.
COVID-19 Relief for NYC's Refugee Families
This campaign will provide direct support to the refugee population we serve in New York City, a group that has already faced significant challenges, and is now particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
COVID-19 Pandemic in Peru - send medical supplies
This project will provide direct medical assistance for doctors and nurse in hospitals and clinics throughout Peru. The confirmed cases of infection are growing rapidly, We are in a position to accelerate our shipments - preparing 2 containers stuffed with donated medical equipment and supplies to ship to Lima in less than 2 weeks + we have shipments just arriving there now and forsee a longterm need.
COVID-19 related poaching surge threatens Gorillas
Rafiki, one of Bwindi's silverback mountain gorillas, was killed on June 1st by bush meat poachers, illustrating the serious impacts of the pandemic on people and wildlife. The cessation of tourism has left people jobless and impoverished. Poverty drives poaching. People enter the forest for food and fuelwood, putting gorillas and other wildlife at risk from hunting or zoonotic diseases. We will provide nutritional support to help people survive the crisis without endangering Bwindi's wildlife.
As COVID-19 spreads, it poses grave danger, especially in communities with struggling health systems. Vulnerable people are hit the hardest by the outbreak: it is driving families deeper into hunger and poverty. The pandemic has changed our lives for the foreseeable future, but no one is more impacted than those who were already vulnerable. Older adults, individuals experiencing homelessness, wage workers, and people experiencing unemployment need our help.
Health team fights the spread of COVID-19 in SA
Help Zinathu and her health team to fight the spread of Covid 19 in our rural communities. None of us could have predicted we would find ourselves living trough unprecedented times such as these. The blow to the rural areas and its health systems is severe and the lack of relief support from government is deeply concerning. TransCape NPO and the health counselor have to adjust dramatically and find ways to navigate uncharted territory.
WILL CORONA KILL FIRST OR HUNGER? For some, CORONA Lockdown may be just WORK FROM HOME, but for many it is STARVE AT HOME. CORONA MAY NOT YET HAVE MEDICATION, BUT HUNGER HAS A SOLUTION. Join hands with ISKCON Varanasi and kindly support this cause
Caring for Your Mental Health During this Crisis!
Give an Hour is producing materials to help the public with their emotional health. Give an Hour has supported our nation through devastating natural disasters and man-made tragedies and now - the COVID-19. Give an Hour has the capacity to help those experiencing trauma, loss, grief, and anxiety through its national network of volunteer mental health providers throughout the country who are eager to do their part. There is a critical need to provide help and hope to those who are suffering.
COVID-19: Aid to indigenous Communities in Oaxaca.
At Una mano para Oaxaca, we are implementing resilient, quick responses and interventions in order to help the health sector and encourage people who are living through the lengthy lockdown. We are planning a long term post COVID-19 crisis programm, that allows our indigenous communities to recover from the economic recession which is already affecting deeply the local economy. The 2017 earthquake taught us that adversity is the fuel of great projects, and resilience is our best weapon.
Cityzens Giving for Recovery  Yokohama
In Yokohama and Tokyo, YouMeWe will support children and staff in care homes by equipping them with the essential goods and tools they need to run efficiently and provide a safe environment for children to live and learn
Support vulnerable families during COVID-19 crisis
Your donation will support the informal sector workers and vulnerable families who are the worst hit by COVID-19 and the resulting lockdowns, which causes loss of income. By providing food and soup vouchers administred by local churches, the project will ensure that such families can feed the famiies and maintain hygene.
Coronavirus Emergency in Italy
The Covid-19 has been spreading fearlessly in Italy and Specchio dei tempi actively helping. We are donating machineries and equipment to the hospitals in order for them to save as many lives as possible in the safest conditions. We are also delivering grocery bags with food and products to the over 80 senior citizens and single moms, donating tablets to keep the children in difficulty and giving out sanitizing kits to the schools. Help us obstructing Covid-19 and suppor those in need.
Provide food support to 50 vulnerable families
This project will provide nutritious food support to 50 vulnerable families in 2 districts of Jinja and Mpigi district in Eastern and central Uganda, respectively, the corona pandemic has affected the economic activities in the community,most of these families are headed by the elderly people
Feed a family in Indonesia| COVID-19 responses
Help to provide food for 165 families in urgent need! In lockdown, Indonesian daily-wage workers' families are in hunger! We serve those living hand-to-mouth, those suffer the most from the sudden loss in income due to COVID-19 pandemic. They have no savings, no assets and now no income! Hunger is a more immediate threat to them than the virus. With $20, you provide 1 life-saving food packages to a starving family in urgent need!
Coronavirus: donate a meal for a kid- Ivory Coast
Children from impoverished families in poor neighborhood in Abidjan rely on schools to get a warm healthy meal daily. Now during the Covid19 pandemic, school closure mean that many children are at home with even less access to food security. This makes them even more vulnerable. The project support the provision of food meals by the local missionary of Mother Theresa
Emergency Food Aid During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on lots of families, especially those who worked day by day to support themselves. Hearts of Gold works with multiple organizations who help the most vulnerable people in our community. Dozens of families from our partner organizations are struggling right now and don't have enough food to eat. That's why we are collecting donations to prepare food kits for them.
COVID-19 Global Food Bank Response
COVID-19 is making the plight of those facing hunger much more difficult. The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN) and its food banking organizations are on the front lines in over 40 countries outside of the U.S. working tirelessly to serve those seeking hunger relief services now more than ever. GFN food banks remain rooted in communities during this crisis. We need your support to continue to build and support strong food banks that serve millions of people. Learn more at
Gender Justice Movements Addressing GBV & COVID-19
Global Fund for Women strengthens gender justice movements with funding and resources to create meaningful change. Amid COVID-19, women are facing increased violence, restricted access to reproductive healthcare and rights, and a heightened care-giving burden. Through our partnership with CHIME FOR CHANGE this year, Global Fund for Women will focus support on women's funds in four different countries working to advance gender justice including by addressing these challenges.
Compassion CBO-Kenya's COVID-19 Response
Africa Should Prepare For The Worst. -WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom advised African countries . Now the first case of Coronavirus was reported in Kenya on 13th March 2020. More cases are reported daily .Donations to this fund will help stop the spread of Coronavirus and support government effort urgent response through sensitization, providing soap, Sanitizes, face masks in informal settlement, food rations in case of lock down.
Coronavirus relief for families in southern Nepal
Province 2 in Nepal (where we work to assist street children) has been incredibly affected by the coronavirus and the strict lockdown. Main source of income for people has been work at factories, fields and other temporary work - all of it had to stop. There is a huge amount of people from the Dalit community (untouchables) and they rely on their daily income. People with no citizenship or other paperwork cannot claim support from the government and have no access to food.
Feed 300 Families and starving children in COVID19
COVID-19 lockdown in India and Philippines are causing mass starvation. No Job opportunities for gig workers in long-term lockdown. No income equals to no food for the whole family. Together they suffer from hunger; before COVID-19 devours their lives, hunger is killing them. With the effort of our local partners, we try to deliver Emergency Food Supplies (Rice, Flour, Salt, Soap, etc.) to the vulnerable families like HIV patients, single mothers and homeless, those ignored groups.
Coronavirus Relief for Children in Serbia
This project will help us provide basic food for the poorest children in Serbia who, with schools being closed, have lost the only secure daily meal. It will also give them access to the online education being provided but which they cannot follow without internet, electricity or any other remote learning resource. With the state of emergency and lock-down their parents have lost any opportunity to earn any money. We need to help their children get food, stay healthy and keep learning.
COVID-19 > World Vision's global response
As the novel coronavirus continues to spread, our staff are providing emergency protective supplies to families and health workers in affected areas in 18 countries including the United States. When a crisis strikes, World Vision is there. We respond immediately with life-saving help and supplies to support families as they recover and rebuild.
Covid19 Emergency Food Relief Distribution
This project will support 36 families in Western Kenya who are providing care to the orphaned and vulnerable children in our program, who have been hit hard by a combination of locust infestation, flooding, and COVID19 all within the last few months. Through the funds raised, we will be holding three, monthly food and sanitation supply distributions where each family is given enough food supplies, soap and masks to last their family a month.
Coronavirus (COVID 19) Relief for Cartagena
37 boys between the ages of 8-17 and 45 elderly between the ages of 60-101 years of age rescued from the streets or abandonment are being protected in two of our homes in Turbaco, Cartagena they are at high risk during the COVID-19 Pandemic. With your help, our house will be able to stock up on the necessary items to continue providing the best quality care during the 19- Quarantine.
COVID-19 emergency fund-SGVB and vulnerable groups
On 21 March, Uganda confirmed its first case of COVID-19. Since April 1, Uganda has been under lockdown to try to avoid the spread of the virus. Women, girls and vulnerable groups are at increased risk of SGBV (Sexual and Gender-based violence) during this time. Your donation will support vulnerable groups to be protected from domestic abuse and provide them with essential supplies during COVID-19.
Educate a child in spite of COVID-19
Children at school in Alexandra, Johannesburg can't go to school because of COVID-19. However, unlike many other children around the world, they also can't learn at home due to a lack of access to any form of online learning and prohibitively high data costs. Therefore Rays of Hope is supporting these children by printing and delivering educational support material to their homes.
COVID19 Handwashing with soap training
In the wake of Corona outbreak, washing hands is the single most effective measure to avoid infection. But what happens if you don't even have water for this simple task? Millions in rural Africa lack access to water in their communities and are left vulnerable. Support Project Maji to provide practical COVID19 handwashing trainings and providing bars of soap to each household. Our trainings take place on 8, 12, 15 and 20 May and we aim to reach 10,000 people.
Food Relief for COVID-19 Victims Pakistan
Pakistan Rural Communities are the Victims of COVID-19, millions affected due food shortage, we at AHD through this project want to support women and children at their door step for provision emergency food during country LOCK DOWN & support to 1,000 families & about 8,000 people will be benefited from this food ration relief activity. AHD staff already in action to asses and provide 1,000 rural poor families needs urgent basis support.
Prevention of COVID-19 in Yemen
Deep concern over a potential rapid spread of coronavirus in Yemen. "The factors are all here. Low levels of general immunity, high levels of acute vulnerability & a fragile, overwhelmed health system," said Ms. Lise Grande, the HC in Yemen. The basic materials and aids are not available due to this civil war. SYS presents this program to combat the spread of infectious diseases and provide some means of prevention in many neighborhoods, mosques, restaurants, as well as the markets.
COVID - 19 Emergency Supply Funds in Rural Sindh
The COVID - 19 has sadly impacted vulnerable communities in rural Sindh and specifically in areas where people have none to zero facilities to buy supplies during current lock down. In such an emergency, we are requesting your urgent support in providing donation for food packages for families in the 7 district areas in rural Sindh. Your support will ensure a sustainence of food supplies for 8,500 vulnerable families especially children affected by the sudden shut downs in rural Sindh.
Covid-19 affects CM/feed babies & homeless teens
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected Centre Marembo (CM) and raised many problems mostly food insecurity and WASH related issues for homeless teen mothers and babies. Due to the lockdown we are experiencing, all our agriculture and livestock activities are no longer productive. This has affected our nutrition mechanism and we are aiming to reach out to 200 homeless teen mothers, their babies, pregnant teens and street girls.
Covid19 food support for people living with T1D
Type 1 Diabetes(T1D) is a manageable disease if you have the proper diet, food supply and insulin. This T1D project will support 41 people living with T1D, but lacking a constant food supply, glucose readers and insulin. During the COVID19 quarantine, more persons than usual have been taken to the hospital because of their glucose levels not being regulated properly. They lack food because the quarantine has stopped all non-essential jobs in communities that depend on money daily to eat.
Help animals in Venezuela as result of COVID19
COVID-19, or Coronavirus, has accentuated an already dire situation in Venezuela, especially for abandoned, community and rescue dogs & cats. During the past month (since mid-March), Venezuela is under a mandatory quarantine, which strongly limits the possibilities of survival to millions of dogs & and cats across the country. We are providing food, emergency vet care and support to thousands of animals, but we need your help to continue extending our reach.
Save Our Music Nonprofit from Coronavirus Fallout
This project originally started as a plea to help us get to SXSW music conference where we could educate 40,000 attendees on gender disparity in the music business. As of March 6th, the conference was cancelled along with our biggest fundraising opportunity of 2020. With thousands invested in merchandise and booth costs, we're now asking you to help us recover so we can still meet our 2020 goals for scholarship grants for teen girls in need and ultimately survive the year in operation.
COVID-19 Response for Displaced Communities
There are growing fears of the substantial human impact with the arrival of COVID-19 within particularly vulnerable populations across Africa and Asia. Refugee and displaced communities do not have the luxury of safe space, clean water, soap, or medical care should they become sick. This is where Peace Winds is assisting communities in some of the world's poorest countries, utilizing our expertise in sanitation and hygiene promotion, community education & health worker training.
Drinking Water to Navajo Nation Covid-19 Relief
In response to overwhelming need for drinking water throughout Navajo Nation, Can'd Aid is working to fulfill truckloads of water to the area as quickly as possible. The next shipment will be distributed to the White Mountain Apache Tribe in Whiteriver, Arizona. Within the White Mountain Apache Tribe includes a small community, Seven Mile, where currently COVID-19 cases have spiked to over 200 in the last week. Several other communities are in need as the summer temperatures rise.
Emergency relief for Rural Communities in Paraguay
Rural communities are in the desperate need of assistance since the pandemic. Almost 8% of the paraguayan population is considered in extreme poverty and most of them rely on informal jobs. This is the case of the communities surrounding Fundacion Paraguaya's Belen Agricultural School. Our objective is to assist 1,200 people by providing food and health kits and, also seeds to elaborate their own orchards. The school will provide all the technical support and become local agents of change.
COVID-19 Relief for Emergency Service Veterans.
This project will support veterans and those in the process of leaving (or were about to do so before the pandemic) the emergency services. Many veterans have come out of retirement to help tackle the crisis and it is those, in particular, who will be helped through this project. FirstLight Trust will provide tools, resources and therapies to ensure they are supported and able to deal with the current and future situation; in particular the emotional, mental and physical fall out.
Protecting Women's Rights throughout Covid-19
While the whole world is looking for ways to combat COVID-19, women and girls in Sierra Leone are at particular risk. A 12-month State of Public Emergency, lockdowns, curfews and other restrictions, are a cause for great concern for the women and girls we work with. In this crisis, our provision of legal and welfare support is more vital than ever-a health crisis should not obstruct human rights. AdvocAid is working hard to ensure continuous support to women and girls in contact with the law.
Information Saves Lives: COVID-19 Response Fund
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis is also an information crisis, and journalists are the first responders. People need access to local, trusted information on COVID-19, but local news outlets are struggling under difficult economic conditions and need support to bolster their health and emergency response reporting. Internews has launched a Rapid Response Fund to provide financial and advisory support for local journalists and news outlets so they can continue to provide life-saving information.
Community Focus Group has launched the COVID-19 Prevention Hygiene Project to support urban and Rural communities in Kenya by slowing the spread of COVID-19. Short Term and Long Term Goals of the Project are : 1. Continued access to safe water: 2. Promotion of hand washing 3. Disinfection of frequently touched communal places 4. Face Masks for t the most Vulnerable packets for the most vulnerable during lockdown / or shutdown
Corona Relief Fund ,Nepal (COVID-19)
This MICRO PROJECT will help people to be aware Corona (COVID-19). And Distributing Essential which kill the Viruses .
Support Learning and Livelihoods during COVID-19
Join us as we unite to tackle the impact of COVID-19 in Kenya. We are raising funds to support families' continued learning and livelihoods. For only 2,500ksh ($25) you can help 75 households gain holistic support. Parents get help to adapt and grow their businesses. Children get engaging and fun learning activities. All of this will be delivered via a text message chatbot, at no cost to families. Help children continue learning and parents grow their businesses.
Gardens Grow Food for Families During COVID-19
SPI will provide vegetable seed to ensure that thousands of families and communities can grow their own food while following stay-at-home orders during the Coronavirus pandemic. In partnership locations like the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota USA, rural Guatemala, and South Sudan, hunger was ever present and will grow during the current recession. Unemployment and social distancing are driving massive interest in home gardening, and there's not enough home garden seed to go around.
Coronavirus Safe Education Initiative
The Philippines has thousands of seafarers and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) which might carry the novel corona-virus back to their home-place and spread the contagion. The virus emanates from Wuhan, China and is now spreading worldwide. This project will educate local people by means of leaflets, social media and small meetings on how to detect symptoms, what to do in order to prevent transmission and how to practice health precautions when a case starts to appear and infect people.
Help the vulnerable fight coronavirus in Japan
This project will produce chlorine-based disinfectant for distribution to 300 needy institutions and the vulnerable they serve, in areas such as Tokyo and Osaka, where emergency declarations have been made. These institutions include hospitals, clinics, homes for the elderly, handicapped service agencies, mentally handicapped service agencies, day care centers, nursing homes, home care nursing service agencies, orphanages, kindergartens, child care centers and those serving the homeless.
COVID19 Emergency: Preparing to Rebuild Lives
We all face a difficult time right now and we are in this together. It has hit us all by surprise but we must now come together and think of our future as a global community to build a strong and resilient united family across the world. This project is helping underprivileged schools adapt through this vital time of change, funding internet connections for online teaching, advancing materials to improve learning when we can return to school and putting in much stricter hygiene processes.
Reduce spread of COVID 19 in Kenyan communities
COVID-19 has been declared a world pandemic. It has already affected more than 200,000 people with many losing their lives. The spread of COVID 19 can be stopped. With this knowledge Communities Health Africa Trust (CHAT) is joining other global organizations to ensure we help all the community's most at risk. We work with remote and vulnerable communities in northern Kenya with little to no information and basic supplied to protect themselves from COVID19.
Emergency Appeal
As the COVID-19 crisis continues the need for our service increases. The emotional distress people feel by being isolated can be acute, whether they are on their own or with family, it is extremely stressful. 1 in 3 calls for help are related to Coronavirus and every 6 seconds we receive a call for help. Our services are under strain, please help us to keep open when we are needed most.
Sustainable Livelihoods - Overcoming Poverty
SWIFT understands that eradicating poverty will lead to the eradication of societal problems that we face in the world today. The Covid 19 crisis has caused untold misery for thousands of our members who are now without any form of income. With not social support available in Eswatini the need is great, we now need to keep people alive.
COVID-19 Relief Appeal by CHCS Pakistan
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus. Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. The disease is spreading at an alarming rate in Pakistan and so far affected more than 3000 persons and also causing 50 deaths. in this backdrop, CHCS has started a relief campaign in order to cause awareness and also help those affected by the virus and those who have been rendered unemployed due to lockdown.
Fight COVID19 in 3 Kenyan Informal Communities
The impacts of COVID19 on the 3 informal settlements that SYSC serves (Shauri Yako, Kiawara, and Majengo) could be disastrous. Over 200,000 residents live here in extremely crowded conditions, without running water or enough money for soap. Without rapid prevention measures, COVID19 could kill thousands. Our Scouts troop and volunteers are providing health information, soap and sanitizer to stop the spread and we are sharing food with the many who are already struggling to access it.
Covid-19 Learning at Home and Food Relief RSA
Learning opportunities for children in our community have come to a standstill as a result of COVID-19. Along with this, daily school feeding programs have been halted too. Our project increases children's access to learning opportunities with the aim to improve their social-emotional development. We deliver educational resources AND food parcels to families (over 800 children in Mtwalume area) to ensure that poor nutrition does not eclipse learning-at-home activities we supply.
Ration Relief for Daily Wage Labour During COVID19
Under this program, the organization will provide ration kits to the 400 migrant laborers, daily wages laborers and the needy people living in the slum area and inaccessible rural areas which will include 20kg dry ration (flour, lentils, rice, spice sugar oil, etc.). For better health of these people, they will be given hygiene kits in which masks, handkerchiefs, sanitizers etc. From this ration kit, their 3 weeks food will be ensured. These needy people will be marked by the organization.
Feed Bolivian Children During COVID-19
Children need to eat! Your help will provide basic food items to families who have lost their jobs and have a child with special healthcare needs. A child with a disability usually takes a disproportionate amount of a family's finances; especially true for families living in poverty. With your help, children will eat.
Support 22 Children During Covid-19 in Jo'burg
This project will ensure that we are able to continue supporting our children beyond 2020. Thandanani needs your support to ensure the continued well-being and education of 22 vulnerable children in Zandspruit, Johannesburg, South Africa. But their future is in jeopardy as donors understandably redirect their funds to Covid-19 relief initiatives.
Feed 40 children during COVID-19 crisis
Children who depend on school lunch for their daily nutrition in Uganda no longer have access to food. Nearly a quarter of its population lives below the poverty line. The number of needy children will increase as the COVID19 pandemic spreads. Without proper nutrition, children will become malnourished and have weakened immune systems leading to serious health problems or even death. Donations to this project go directly to rural Ugandan communities to provide food and basic needs.
Radio Learning for Kids Schools Closed COVID-19
In Sierra Leone, hundreds of kids are home because of school closures - due to the COVID-19 Virus pandemic. The Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education is providing classes through radio broadcasts to help children continue their school work and progress educationally. Many homes do not have radios or their radios may not have batteries. This project will provide radios and batteries to students so that they can listen to radio educational broadcasts.
Compassion hearts serving COVID-19 in sickle-child
Compassion hearts is a call for community to step up, find little ways to help Sickle cell anemia children during COVID-19. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has meant the Sickle cell anemia children we support have been disconnected from us for over 32 days. These families are not equipped to deal with the pandemic. With all diseases, the Sickle cell anemia child is always most at risk. We need to provide information, essential items and support to ensure these families we support are safe.
Covid-19 Bringing Hope Through Palliative Care
We stand with everyone else around the world in these very difficult times of COVID-19 as the entire globe is affected by this pandemic. This outbreak has posed a serious challenge for us in the provision of the palliative care services to our patients and ensuring that our staff has appropriate protective equipment. However, we will try to continue to provide the much needed care amidst the threat but we need your support to enable us to do this.
COVID 19 awareness, response and recovery
Operation Mercy is responding directly in COVID 19 affected communities in 10 countries in Central Asia, The Middle East and North Africa. From developing a COVID 19 children's book in Dari and Pashto in Afghanistan, Training of Trainers of local community organisations in Tajikistan, over delivery of food support to the most vulnerable in Kazakhstan, distribution of hygiene kits and hygiene lessons in refugee camps in Iraq, all combined with emotional support.This project has a wide impact.
Adalah's Coronavirus Human Rights Project
COVID-19 is presenting a disparate threat to Palestinians in Israel and in the Occupied Territories. Adalah has been taking emergency legal action before the Israeli Supreme Court to demand access to healthcare, and to promote dignified living conditions and civil liberties protections. The government's deliberate neglect of Palestinians over decades through gross discrimination, and its protracted military Occupation, is being amplified during this crisis with potentially disastrous outcomes.
Prevent domestic violence Pakistan during COVID-19
Spousal abuse and domestic violence is skyrocketing in Pakistan due to COVID-19 lockdowns, lost jobs, meltdown in economy and husbands working from home. This project fundraises to help abused women get help and sanctuary.
One Health for Shangaan and The Place of Elephants
Our One Health project with Shangaan women around Gonarezhou National Park aims to provide emergency food aid to 200 vulnerable households and to build longer-term resilience with nutrition gardens managed by 200 women. The COVID crisis froze all tourism activity on which Mahenye community's livelihood depends while the country faces an unprecedented drought. Our project supports women who, as managers of family nutrition and health, are key to a balanced Human-Wildlife cohabitation.
Food for 300 families during Covid19 crisis
The health crisis and lockdown in Guatemala brought a shortage of working opportunities in the village. Chi TzUnun Choy Community Center has been working hard in new projects and supporting the families of the children and young people that are part of this community. We need to join other efforts and distribute food for the people that are in most need, lost their jobs and single mothers. This project will help buy and distribute food in Tzununa to all this families.
Help BASR counter COVID19
This project aims to bring needed supplies, food, personal protective equipment (PPE's) and medications for inpatients and vulnerable people with disabilities (PWDs) who live in impoverished conditions, and can't leave their homes during this lock-down. By donating, BASR will be able to support 700 PWDs who were scoped so far, and 400 inpatients and employees and keep them safe and protected amidst this pandemic.
Urgent - Prevent poaching crisis due to COVID-19
Suni-Ridge is a wildlife sanctuary conserving sensitive, irreplaceable sand forest habitat for endangered species. Due to the hard Lockdown in South Africa, there has been a sudden surge in wildlife poaching. Five animals have just been cruelly snared - 85 snares were recovered in one night. There is an urgent need for increased security during this time. The Sanctuary's income has come to a complete standstill due to COVID -19 and urgent funds are desperately needed to keep our wildlife safe.
Corona Emergency Support
Most of the families we work with, have been hit hard by the worldwide Corona crisis. They have lost their income, and hardly have any savings. Thus they are hungry and in immediate need of support. We want to support 100 families with food, clothes, medication and other emergent needs they may have, caused by Corona.
Help 100 Students Stay in School through COVID-19
Our school serves over 100 families, the majority of whom have lost their income due to the crisis. As a private school, this means that most of our families will not be able to pay tuition this year. The Ministry of Education has just announced that if families do not commit to the year of tuition by matriculating they will lose this year of schooling. Help us get scholarships for 20 students to study this year!
Access to science for every child during COVID-19
Despite the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic which has closed businesses and schools, MUZEIKO has no intention of giving up on children. Since March, we have been streaming live for free every day, reaching around 95,000 views in 40 days. The project will help us support kids and parents in our community. It will allow us to produce 90 new edutainment videos (science, art, storytelling, DIY, virtual tours) that will engage no less than 75,000 children across Bulgaria in 3 months.
COVID-19 Relief Fund for 205 Families
by Creamos
This project will provide vital relief in the form of food, water and sanitation supplies for 205 women (and their ~850 children) living in the community surrounding the Guatemala City garbage dump. With vast food insecurity, water shortages, and no realistic way to maintain social distance from fellow community members, your support is more important than ever.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Virus -Education, Soap, Masks
The CoronaVirus / COVID-19 is disrupting the lives and livelihood of lives globally. In response, we are targetting key areas - cleanliness education/sensitization, radios so kids can listen to educational broadcasts, provision of masks, soap, food items to alleviate hunger/crisis impact, and pregnancy prevention for teenage girls. This response is based on the successes and the lessons that we learned during our involvement in the Ebola Epidemic.
Restart Gulu Trades school after Covid closure
Covid 19 has changed lives. The Family Harvest Foundation Trades School has been closed to help keep the virus from hurting us all. It's time to re-open but we lack the funds to restart. Our teachers have not had a stipend since March. The consolidated stipend for our teachers and administrator is US$720 per month. We are US$223 in arrears for rent. To restart we also need to provide deep cleaning as well as hand sanitation items. Funds received will allow us to re-open and teach.
Keep 1,000 Children Safe & Learning during COVID19
Many children living in poverty are reliant on school not just for learning; but for protection, nutrition and many other aspects of their well-being. Children living in poverty also tend to be furthest behind in learning metrics, and now risk dropping out of school altogether; their future in jeopardy. Dignitas school partners are Community Champions rooted in, and passionate about the needs of their communities, and Dignitas is working to equip and support them to respond to this urgent need.
Responding to COVID-19 in Afghanistan
According to WHO 80% of Afghans are prone to be affected by COVID-19 with 0.2 Million needing critical care. The project is aimed at providing diagnostic and preventive COVID-19 services through our tertiary hospital and community based collaborative care networking in Kabul. We are aimed to provide free testing services and also raise awareness among masses besides enhancing our capacity such as technical training and critical resources to deal with the pandemic effectively.
COVID-19 Elderly and Disabled Veteran Supplies
We have been feeding the elderly and disabled veterans of North Carolina since March 3rd, 2020. We have fed 256 veterans and first responders in-need by purchasing meals over 3-4 weeks. The word has gotten out about our efforts and our phones are ringing nonstop with requests. Our goal is to take care of as many families as we can for the duration of the virus and stay-at-home protocol. We have partnered with Carolina Farm Trust, a nonprofit, on this mission as well and want to raise funds.
New car needed to deliver relief in COVID-19
This project will supply a new car to Tiljala SHED so that 10,000 starving, sick and homeless people can receive desperately needed relief, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan and during the COVID 19 pandemic and India's lockdown.
Everyday Hero: Serving Beyond COVID19
Everyday Hero is a call for us as a community to step up and find our own little ways to help the vulnerable youth and their families during COVID-19. The virus may have caused some setbacks to our daily interactions with others, but it should not limit our ability to reach out to those we serve. Your donation will help us provide care kits with essential needs, financial assistance for vulnerable youths and their loved ones, and support our services for our clients.
Coding Skills and Employment to overcome COVID-19
Colombia is one of the most unequal countries in Latin America. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted these inequalities since millions have lost their jobs or their access to education. MAKAIA will train 100 women, youth and unemployed from low-income communities in coding and programming so they can acquire the right skills to get jobs, build a career path, or start their own businesses. The opportunities in the technology sector will continue to grow and they need to be accessible to all.
Provide remote learning during COVID-19 crisis
With schools in Bolivia closed indefinitely due to COVID-19, the children need tablets (approx. $150 USD each) to access online learning materials so that they do not fall behind in their education. Help us provide one tablet per family (34 families) so that the children can stay connected with their teachers, their support educators, their psychologist, and their friends.
Coronavirus Education and Awareness Initiative
The coronavirus is now in our country with at least one confirmed infected and many more under suspicion of being infected. Panic mainly due to lack of information is happening and with poor health-care system and slow government response, there is a need for civil society to take part in the education and knowledge-sharing campaign as well as provide immediate assistance to individuals who show sign of being infected.
Zero Deaths... A Collective Response to COVID-19
According to experts, it is the elderly population that is at most risk of death, especially those older than 70 years old. In Puerto Rico, 21% of the population is 65 years or older, many living under health, economic and social vulnerability. This population has been impacted negatively since Hurricane Maria and the most recent earthquakes in the South Region of Puerto Rico. Many of them living alone and under dire circumstances.
COVID-19: Providing food for youth in rural Kenya
Children who depend on school lunch for their daily nutrition no longer have access to food. Nearly 20% of households in Busia County, Kenya are caring for orphans. This number will increase as the COVID19 pandemic spreads. Without action, the risk of serious health consequences or even death increases as children will become malnourished and have weakened immune systems. Donations to this project go directly to rural Kenyan communities to provide food and basic needs to vulnerable children.
Life-saving primary care for 5,000 rural Rwandans
All March gifts will go to coronavirus preventive equipment for OFH nurses. This project will enable OFH to train and equip a nurse to open and run her own clinic, providing quality healthcare that will transform the lives of 5,000 rural Rwandans by bringing healthcare within walking distance. Since 2012, OFH has been empowering nurses to run clinics that save lives through prevention and treatment of common illnesses. With your support, the new clinic will serve 7,500 patient visits per year.
Hunger is killing more than Coronavirus in Nigeria. Millions of Nigerians observing the lockdown lack the food and income for their families to survive. It is worse for disenfranchised and homeless women who derived their meager income from daily paid jobs and alms begging. The lockdown has made it impossible for them to go about their daily activities which thereby left them with no food to eat and their children, no protective equipment and in high risk of contacting the COVID 19.
Roots Rapid Relief Fund
Many of our community members have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, experiencing sudden loss of income. They are now at risk of becoming homeless, an outcome that we strive to combat. To that end, we seek to create "Roots Rapid Relief Fund," a flexible funding source to help alleviate some of the financial hardships, provide food, ensure that they do not default on rent, utility or phone bills, and that they remain housed during this devastating pandemic.
Help Feed Slum Families during this COVID 19
About a month ago the pandemic was first reported in Kenya. The effects of this has left most families suffering. These people relied on peasant business like: selling groceries at the evening market, some work in transport businesses having almost no income at all. Most of the people in Nyalenda work during the day to be able to purchase food for dinner. no money earned means no dinner that day. There is also lack PPE. We ask for your donations to cushion them from suffering
This project will help break the barriers of misconceptions among local people through education. It will provide emergency food packs to those who are going hungry, including low-income families, orphanages, physically challenged, and older people's homes. One food pack costs USD 15 and keeps a family of 5 in food security for ten days.
Shadhika's Covid-19 Emergency Response
As the Coronavirus continues to spread throughout the world, Shadhika is in close conversation with our grantee partners about how the pandemic is impacting the young women we support. It is clear that our young women are in need, so Shadhika is launching a Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund to provide rapid, flexible, financial support to our grantee partners so they can take action to ensure the young women we support are taken care of during this crisis.
Give 200 young women access to online learning
Your gift will give 200 young women in the Philippines access to online learning. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, our local partner hospitality schools need to deliver their classes online. However, most of their students have very limited or no access to the internet and the necessary technology to access classes. With your help, the young women who study hospitality at their schools will receive a tablet and an internet connection so they can keep learning through the outbreak.
COVID-19 relief Aid for children with disability
Katalemwa seeks to provide relief food to 500 families of children with disabilities whose caregivers are unable to work during this COVID - 19 lock-down. As businesses closed, many families are burdened to meet essential items like food, Most especially those in Urban center who survive on hand to mouth incomes.
Dare to Care Kentucky COVID-19 Response
Dare to Care Food Bank is closely following developments with the COVID-19 challenge, especially for individuals who are food insecure. We prioritize the health and safety of our Kentuckiana community, volunteers, and staff, and we are taking extra precautions to safely respond to increased food needs during this time.
Food & medical support for Scholar families
The Covid19 pandemic is affecting almost everybody worldwide, but it impacts the poor especially hard. Now, in March 2020 in Guatemala, with travel and business activity severely restricted, both formal and informal employment has been curtailed. Many of our scholars' families are already having trouble purchasing food and meeting other basic expenses. 100% of money raised through this GG fund drive will go directly to families. Even small donations can make a big difference to a family!
Save 200 street children from Covid-19 in Senegal
This project will aim to save 200 talibe children inwho are in perpetual connection with the street in search of food. This street situation of these children exposes them dangerously to contamination with Covid-19. With the measures taken by the state of Senegal which urge people to stay at home, the concern of the Association Jeunesse Espoir is to provide food, hygiene kits and awareness-raising to these children to help them stay out of the street because virus is on the street.
Support children and comunity affected by Covid-19
Sprout Care Foundation in rural Uganda provides food and education to vulnerable children and orphans. Sprout Care Foundation will support vulnerable children and their families with food relief, respirator masks and sanitizers. In a few weeks coronavirus (Covid-19) infections spread to reach the pandemic proportions. Transport interruptions, limiting access to markets, quarantines and supply chain disruptions affect supply of food. Uganda has registered one case so far.
Coronavirus Relief Fund for Vulnerable women
Zambia is among the many Countries that have been affected by the Corona Virus which has claimed lives in many Countries around world. The COVID-19 relief fund will provide revolving fund for vulnerable women keeping orphans and vulnerable children to start a small home based business that would help them recover from major negative impacts of COVID-19. vulnerable women are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Women in Zambia feeds households and helps children attend school.
Help provide mobility for youth volunteers
With unhampered mobility and quick and easy access to our project sites, our youth volunteers will be able to provide efficient and timely delivery of much-needed educational initiatives in order to inform and influence community residents especially the youth to maintain strict health and sanitation protocols in order to avoid infection of the virus. With our hospital system in near-collapse, this is indeed very urgent.
This project is for building and installing handwashing stations as well as training others on how to build them throughout Uganda. Justus, our General Manager, has trained a great team to travel to multiple villages to install handwashing stations as well as educating the people on COVID 19 and the importance of handwashing.
COVID 19 EMERGENCY FUND for Nandri Mothers
by Nandri
India has declared a 21 day lockdown due to the Corona Virus. Our very poor Dalit mothers will be unable to work and earn enough money to feed their families. They survive from day to day making money to buy food. They have no savings and now no jobs. Their Micro finance schemes will no longer be able to operate. With the help of your donation Nandri will ensure our mothers and their families survive this catastrophe. Just a small amount enables us to support one of our families for 1 month.
COVID-19 Relief for orphan Children and Youths
The ongoing lockdown, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, has affected the lives of some of the most vulnerable communities across India, including deprived and orphan children. The lockdown has not been easy for any of us, especially children. We, at El Shaddai are taking care of 150 children in our homes by ensuring their access to essentials such as soaps, masks, sanitizers, and study kits to have online classes for the children and basic necessities such as shelter, food, and clothing.
Health protection for 150 FAMILIES & 300 HOMELESS
In the most troublesome time of recent history, in the age of Corona virus, people with disabilities, single parents, elderly, Roma and homeless are suffering the most. They represent the most vulnerable groups that uses support of the Church soup kitchen in Belgrade, Serbia. Aim of the project is to provide hygiene kits for 150 such families and 300 homeless people as a support for isolation and protection during the Corona virus crisis.
Este proyecto brindara capacitacion en linea a 125 emprendedoras de de 7 estados de Mexico. Les daremos herramientas para que transformen sus negocios a las nuevas necesidades del mercado derivado de COVID-19. / This project will provide online training to 125 female entrepreneurs from 7 states of Mexico. We will give them tools to transform their businesses to the new needs of the market derived from COVID-19.
Help Disabled Ugandans Make Clean Wash Soap
The Gulu Disabled Persons Union in Uganda (GDPU) and The Advocacy Project are seeking $2,500 for a 5-month soap-making start-up in Gulu. Freeman, seen left in the top photo, will train 5 GDPU members to produce 500 liters of Clean Wash soap, to be given to GDPU families and primary schools. Remaining soap will be sold and re-invested in the business. The start-up will teach skills, earn money for families living with disability, build a business and improve hygiene at a time of medical crisis.
Help Mama Cave to produce Mama Masks in Uganda!
The Gulu Disabled Persons Union in Uganda (GDPU) and The Advocacy Project are seeking $2,000 to invest in 5 tailors with a disability who make face-masks in Gulu. The team is run by Mama Cave (top photo, right) who has developed her own special brand, known as Mama Masks. The masks have sold well during the pandemic. Helped by Peace Fellow Wilson from the US, GDPU hopes to sell another 2,500 Mama Masks, helping Ugandans to stay healthy and earning money for hand-pressed families with disability.
Integral Heart Family - COVID Community Response
The COVID-19 pandemic is making its mark in Guatemala. With still a low number of active cases, the President issued an order to close everything including our school with exceptions for essential government services, food production, supermarkets, pharmacies, and gas stations. Our efforts to help keep this number low are outlined below. Your support will go directly to support the communities of our children and families who are most at risk in a country where the health system can barely cope
Save Thousands of Children exposed by Coronavirus
The coronavirus crisis has decimated safety nets for vulnerable children in India. Help us to give them the immediate support they need. Railway Children have been providing lifechanging interventions in India since 1996. In that time we have provided support to hundreds of thousands of at-risk children, preventing them from falling into the hands of abusers and traffickers, and instead reunifying them with their families.
Covid-19: Emergency help for children and youth
Due to the health and economic crises that our country Morocco is currently experiencing, many of our young people are now unemployed and 130 children living in boarding schools came back to the villages of SOS children. The association is facing major financial issues because we must ensure their safety, accommodation, food, health and their education and this in addition to the 560 children already present in our villages and 176 children we help through our family strengthening programs.
Grandmothers and teachers together for education
As a result of COVID-19, children have lost 3 months of school. In response to this tragic situation, grandmothers and teachers will join hands in a summer learning program to support children in rural southern Senegal. GMP aims to expand its innovative Summer Learning Program to fill the gap caused by COVID-19. 32 teachers and grandmothers will organize a program of reading, writing and cultural activities to boost kids' learning and confidence before school restarts in the fall.
Stand Together Fund
WAWF has identified two issue areas where there are critical gaps in funding-the safety of women experiencing violence, and the stability of frontline care workers. The Stand Together Fund will support: Critical services for women experiencing violence & 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 efforts.
Covid-19 Freedom from Fear & Violence
Freedom from Fear will increase SSI's response to the spike in violence and child abuse in Botswana, Africa. The national lockdown increased stress on families and decreased access to services leading to poverty, hunger, depression & violence in the home with little to no reprieve for victims. SSI provides counselling support, food and medication delivery, homework packets, safe shelter placements for fleeing survivors and community education on Covid-19 preventative measures.
Covid-19 Funding the Future
Give now to stop millions of children losing their Education All parents want the best for their children. Not all Parents are created equal, During this month and onwards, think of the Parents that need your help to be the best parents that they can be. Set up a monthly donation and really start doing some good Join with us at YCAB Foundation in helping those Parents, those families, and more importantly their children to reach their fullest potential.
Permanent Handwashing Stations in Uganda
Waterkeeper Alliance is working with Uganda Lake Victoria Waterkeeper and Lake Kyoga Waterkeeper to protect vulnerable communities from the spread of COVID-19 with the installation of permanent handwashing stations needed to prevent the spread of disease. The Waterkeepers will create COVID-19 Task Forces in 40 fishing villages to construct and maintain 80 permanent handwashing stations equipped with soap and water, and provide temperature guns for village health teams to protect 24,300 people.
Relief in COVID- 19 crises in Pakistan
Nearly 130,000 cases have been reported in all parts of Pakistan with 3400 deaths reported so far and the numbers are increasing.The lockdown due to the pandemic has left millions of daily wage laborers, bonded laborers, farmers etc. unemployed and with every passing hour, the misery increases. According to an estimate nearly 2.5-3.0 million families have been economically affected by the COVID-19 crises.Reaching out to these affected people for food is still the biggest challenge.
Food for Colombian children with disabilities
Due to the health emergency caused by Covid-19 in Colombia, thousands of vulnerable families who meet their basic needs thanks to informal jobs face a crisis of food shortages, which mainly affects growing and developing children, adolescents and adults with health complications. This project seeks to provide relief through the delivery of kits with food and personal care products to 100 families who do not have the resources or help from third parties to have food on their homes.
Support Local Tech to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
by Twende
As with many other countries, Tanzania too has been impacted by COVID-19. Twende Social Innovation Centre wants to flatten the curve by making technologies to slow the spread of the virus. According to health practitioners, handwashing destroys the virus. We have successfully tested foot-powered tippy taps, where users can wash hands without touching the tap. We need your support to bring our locally designed and built tippy taps to public hospitals, orphanages, and marketplaces in Arusha, TZ.
Periods Don't Stop for COVID19 Pandemic Help Girls
The consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak are felt most acutely by the marginalized, particularly women and girls. Due to lack of money and gender perspective hardly any government money goes toward adolescent girls. The lack of proper menstrual health management may lead to greater risks of infections. The limited food intake now would also aggravate the health of already malnourished girls. We are planning to provide sanitary pads and supplementary nutrition for 1000 poor adolescent girls.
Support & Elevate Ghanaian Informal Collectors
While responsible for delivering the majority of the world's materials to the recycling value chain, informal collectors are also critical to maintaining public health and sanitation. They are often marginalized in their own communities and have limited access to basic needs such as food, education, and healthcare. In Ghana, the COVID-19 pandemic is deeply affecting the lives and livelihoods of the waste collector community and they need immediate support to cope with the crisis.
Delhi COVID-19 Crisis campaign
Food distribution in India for the COVID-19 crisis
Educate Quarantined Children!
COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected the educational systems in Afghanistan, leading to a total of 11 million children out of school. The government has announced online teaching through TV and radio, but unfortunately most of the children do not have access to smart phones, Radio or TVs to watch and learn through. Teach for Afghanistan Organization (TAO) has prepared easy to understand curriculums to pass to all children at their homes, so, no child is left without learning.
Covid-19 Relief for Inter-Faith Filipino Children
In the Philippines, religious conflict and natural disasters have caused suffering for millions of Filipino children. This program provides care for children who are victims of the Covid-19 virus and other disasters. Inter-faith cooperation teaches students the value of teamwork and unity. We provide face masks, basic foods, clean water and hygiene. In response to the Covid-9 crisis, we are currently providing protection, hand-wash, and nutrition programs for more than 3,000 children.
COVID-19 Emergency Relief for Guatemalan Artisans
Cojolya Association of Maya Women Weavers has been hard hit by the economic crisis spurred on by the global Coronavirus pandemic. We are seeking donations in order for us to be able to continue to provide employment and community support to our weavers. We aim to continue our textile production, our Mano a Mano por el Desarollo education program, as well as offer food and hygiene distributions on a monthly basis as needed in the wider community.
Products for Covid-19 Healthcare and Families
by Good360
Good360 is matching critical need product donations from companies to hospitals and nonprofits responding to the COVID-19 crisis. With our network of 90,000+ nonprofits and 400+ manufacturer/retailers, we are uniquely positioned to make a large impact.
There are head porters who sleep in the streets with their children. Head potters are mostly teenage girls who migrated to Accra from the north to help in carrying of goods for their livelihood.Majority of these girls have children and this is mostly as a result of rape from sleeping in markets and lorry stations after their days hustle. We will like to assist them with education on covid 19, provide them with food,liaise with a public toilet in Tema Station to provide free access
Cultivate. Mind, body and soul (community gardens)
The objective of this project is to provide a permanent food source for vulnerable families in the municipality of Ayapel. Our goal, as Corpoayapel NGO, is to supply all the necessary inputs for building an orchard at home. Targeting women, teenagers and kids the activities involved in the project include detailed videos, skill development tasks, recreational activities, and wellbeing talks aimed to nurture their soul and spirits.
COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACTIVITIES OF BUDO NGO Training of local health care workers on how to recognize and manage COVID 19 - BUDO will train local health-care workers in order to recognize, & manage or treat the COVID-19 suspected & infected patients. - BUDO health workers will create awareness on COVID-19 through megaphone & make the community alert that this disease is a worldwide disaster. - BUDO health workers will enhance community awareness raising on the social distancing,
I take care of myself to take care of others
Caring is a demanding job; it requieres a huge effort. In this stage of isolation to prevent COVID 19 from spreading, the caregivers of our children have had to increase their days of living together and caring for children. Therefore, at CRAN we have designed an accompaniment process to care for our caregivers and promote in them the importance of maintaining their emotional, mental and physical well-being to guarantee the best conditions to take care of themselves and our children.
COVID-19 Emergency Response for TAIWAN Vulnerable
The COVID-19 outbreaks. In Taiwan, many vulnerable families were already in financial difficulties have a harder life. The sudden drop in income due to the epidemic has forced families to face the dilemma of losing their meals, and they cannot apply the government's bailout grant. Through the distribution of epidemic prevention supplies packages to 7,000 economically-impacted families or emergency relief funds for 1,000 vulnerable families...etc, to be a support in this epidemic battle for them.
COVID-19 Emergency Response
You can help communities in Haiti get the critical resources they need in the fight against the coronavirus. This project will provide hygiene kits, emergency cash assistance, mask-making supplies, and critical virus-prevention awareness raising materials and radio programming to isolated communities in Haiti. We are working with grassroots, religious, and civic leaders to implement measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19 -- just as we did during the deadly cholera outbreak in 2010.
Help Avoid a COVID-19 Explosion Among Refugees
The massive number of refugees in Jordan make up one of the most vulnerable, high risk groups in the world to contract, die from, and rapidly spread the COVID-19 virus - in their population and the wider region. A deadly combination of risk factors creates an immediate and potent formula threatening to erupt into a major humanitarian catastrophe, posing a perilous threat in the world, if we do nothing. We are using tele-med to reach as many refugees with vital health care services as possible.
Sing and learn from home
We will bring the best of our school of singing and music, to the screen of the computer or mobile, in a friendly and fun format with educational and cultural products with content that gives joy and motivation to awaken creativity. We are convinced that filling homes with music is a current way contributing the optimism and hope of the families we can reach.
Puerto Rico COVID-19 First Aid Needs Distribution
Puerto Rico, like the rest of the world, is facing the Covid-19 pandemic with limited resources due to the high incidence and speed with which it has spread. Our Island is already facing extreme situations with Hurricane Maria, the recent and still occurring earthquakes and now facing this pandemic. We have established partnerships with accredited and committed organizations to initiate outpatient testing to be facilitators and contribute to the proper medical care of our people.
Coronavirus Relief Aid for Venezuela
With the global outbreak of COVID-19, we must overcome the spread of this deadly virus to protect ourselves. What we do now, and over the next few months, will determine who will live and who will die. This project will provide masks, ventilators, latex gloves, protective gear for first responders and local citizens to prevent contamination and the spread of this deadly virus. Your donation supports immediate relief and recovery from the coronavirus for the people of Venezuela.
COVID-19 Dont Stop Us. Look To Homeless People
The COVID19 has hit everyone's health and economy and those living on the street have resented it even more. We have all been sent home, but what happens when your home is the street? Today more than ever we need your help to advance the work we do with youth and families who work on the street or live in public spaces. Your donation will be used to cover the payment of the personnel that attends directly to the people and to offer our services to each family and youth.
Empowering & Supporting Waste Pickers Globally
Waste pickers' livelihoods consist of combing landfills and neighborhoods to collect pieces of plastic trash. Individually, these items are almost worthless, but if enough are bundled together, they may be sold for recycling. These communities provide a vital service but are compromised by their living conditions and marginalized by their lack of status. They are being severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and need urgent support to deal with its consequences.
Coronavirus Relief Fund for Orphans in Kenya.
COVID-19 has been declared a world pandemic. It has already affected more than 800,000 people with many losing their lives. The spread of COVID-19 has impacted negatively to the lives of the Orphaned and vulnerable children in Africa. In our Village we do have lots of such cases and with the government shut down of schools these kids have no where to turn to and they need to supported with food and other WASH materials like soaps and hand Sanitizers to protect themselves from the Corona virus.
There are many children who are deprived of basic social amenities including access to education as a result of their disability. In Ghana deaf and blind children are mostly isolated and looked down upon. The covid-19 situation has worsened their already existing situation and many of such kids are calling in for support. Its very difficult to ignore the plight of such vulnerable children when they ask for food and educational material support. In all the Project hopes to reach 1500 kids.
COVID-19 Support in Santalpur Taluka, Patan
During the COVID-19 epidemic, Ashray has been actively providing free health care services and hygiene supplies in 73 villages in Santalpur Taluka. Our 6+ years of working in Patan District gives us the ability to reach these families quickly & sensitize them about the importance of health and hygiene, to help them survive. We plan to conduct awareness sessions, provide supplies to the villagers to practice the correct hygiene practices and curb the spread of Covid-19 in the remote communities.
Urgent Needs for Children Affected by COVID-19
The global community is confronting unprecedented challenges in the face of COVID-19. The ripple effect is closing shelters and schools, leaving children without access to clean water, and putting migrant youth at increased risk. Youth from Peru to Kenya are being affected by the crisis, even though the pandemic has not yet taken full hold. Your donation helps grassroots organizations meet urgent needs such as hygiene kits and emergency community outreach in places they're most needed.
Supporting Waste Pickers through the COVID crisis
In many parts of SE Asia and Latin America, informal waste collectors are the backbone of the waste management system, salvaging materials and keeping them out of the ocean and environment. Now they are also on the frontline of the COVID19 crisis - vulnerable and exposed. The Circulate Initiative is working with partners in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Argentina to get food, protective gear, and hygiene kits to these communities now, and to help them build a better future post-crisis.
COVID-19: Save Life & Global Well-Being, Cameroon
Donations will support relief, containment efforts, and services for affected families in Cameroon. The project will help meet needs for healthcare, foods, toiletries and counseling service in partnership with our nonprofit partners in the 10 regions of Cameroon. Your donation will make an immediate and lasting positive impact during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
Long-term Coronavirus response in Latin America
It is generally accepted that the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 will affect us all for months and years to come. Over the long-term we aim to provide hand sanitizer and supplies of soap for all our students in Honduras, Ecuador, Peru and Guatemala for when they enter and leave the schools each day to reassure parents that it is a safe place and also to reduce the chance of bringing the virus into the schools and taking the virus back home and potentially afflicting the elderly.
Covid-19 Resource Mapping in Kenya and Kibera
We are working on information sharing and community education on Covid in the Kibera slum, and resource and case mapping countrywide. The Kibera News Network team is documenting Covid-related challenges and sharing local efforts using video and social media, while dispelling rumors and sharing health messages and information using video and WhatsApp. Mappers are using Ushahidi software to map all Kenya's Covid cases, and working with organizations to map their efforts around the country.
Emergency Response to Covid-19 Corona Virus
We are faced with uncertain times and everyone on earth is being affected by the COVID-19 virus spread. As most of us are taking the advice and precautions from governments not everyone on earth has access to the essential information, resources and support needed to fight this virus. We are working around the clock to support all 65 projects but the need is huge and we need everyone to unite so we can ensure everyone has access to the emergency care, resources and support to survive
COVID19: treatment of childhood cancer can't stop
We are a philanthropic hospital that serves children and adolescents with cancer, who are part of the risk group for coronavirus infection. The GRAACC hospital has received every news of Covid 19 expansion with great apprehension, considering the fragility of our little patients. Cancer do not stop during a pandemic! Now we are turning to the only person we can count on: YOU
"Guayaquil: Rising from its ashes"
Ecuador is one of the Latin American countries most affected by the coronavirus, is in the sixth week of isolation. Guayaquil is the city hardest hit by the coronavirus. In mid-March, with the cases increasing, the Ecuadorian Government closed its air and maritime border, declared a health emergency and a state of emergency, with which the mobilization was restricted. As of April 23, the number of infected is 22,106 and 1,636 deceased aproximately.
COVID19 response in Japan
The COVID-19 crisis has been affecting everyone's way of living, but it is especially difficult for people who are already vulnerable. Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan) is supporting persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Japan by providing hygiene items such face masks and other sanitary items to protect themselves.
Coronavirus Response at the Floating Villages
Support The Lake Clinic's efforts in continuing to provide free health care across eight floating villages on the Tonle Sap Lake during the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. TLC is working to prevent the spread of Coronavirus to and in these villages by teaching about handwashing and preventative measures and monitoring symptoms and tracking any cases that emerge. This project will ensure TLC's long term presence in the villages throughout COVID-19 and beyond.
Coronavirus Relief
THis COVID-19 Fund is to support Small rural areas of Haiti during this difficult time, in response to COVID-19 DMI is providing Sanitation, Health Care and Education. These communities need more detail Information, they lack access to quality information on how to better protect themselves, and have been impacted by COVID-19. Your donation to this fund will help stop COVID-19's spread in some of the more remote areas around Haiti and these people have been really affected by this pandemic .
Offer A Meal In This Pandemic
In our community many children have been traumatized by the loss of their parents, abandoned due to extreme poverty . Mentor Orphans Africa provides shelters, food , Free Education and Healthy care to these vulnerable , orphaned children, Among these are HIV/ AIDS victims. due to the covid-19 pandemic, we cannot give basic needs due to situation changes in our country of limited movement, doubled prices.Apparently, our children feed on porridge for both breakfast and supper.
Help Pregnant Patients during Coronavirus Pandemic
Midwives are front-line workers in the Coronavirus pandemic. Mercy In Action operates clinics & birth centers in the Philippines at no charge to the patients and will continue to stay open, though our costs are going up exponentially for food for patients, medicines, gasoline to drive our ambulance, and PPE for staff. With the shutdown of public transportation jeepneys, we are giving rides to each woman in labor, & bringing food to locked-down pregnant women. We are in place to help the poor now
Feed 100 poor families affected in Lock Down
In Coronavirus pandemic, Muwakhat Foundation tirelessly working with poor families who are living hand to mouth since February 2020. This project help feed fresh meal, Monthly food package, cash and emergency safety kit to 100 families through 8 volunteers in Lahore and Kasur districts.
COVID-19 Response in Sierra Leone & Guinea Bissau
We are working in partnership with remote communities in rural Sierra Leone and Guinea-Bissau who lack basic sanitation facilities and knowledge on how disease spreads. These communities are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 as well as Cholera, Ebola and other diseases. This project will work with communities to build hand-washing stations, clean water wells and provide training on how to prevent the spread of disease. This will give communities the tools they need to stay safe and healthy.
Help to produce 40k COVID-19 fabric masks
Instituto Oswaldo Ribeiro de Mendonca has a mission: produce 40k COVID-19 fabric masks for free distribution in asylums, elderly people, shelters, disadvantaged neighborhoods in four cities (Orlandia, Ipua, Guaira and Miguelopolis). O Instituto Oswaldo Ribeiro de Mendonca tem uma missao: produzir e distribuir gratuitamente 40 mil mascaras de tecido para proteger moradores de asilos, entidades filantropicas, hospitais e pessoas carentes contra o COVID-19 no interior do Estado de Sao Paulo.
Coronavirus Covid-19 Bubi Hospital Appeal Zimbabwe
As Zimbabwe prepares for the peak of the virus there is significant concern from Bubi District Hospital about their ability to meet the demands about to be put on their system. They have approached us and our partner Trinity Project to help provide essential equipment to save lives and protect front line workers.
Covid-19 testing & treatment for 20,000 Ugandans
This project will support Nurture Africa to test 20,000 community members for COVID-19 over a 4 month period, commencing 27th April 2020. Funding will be used to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for all staff to mitigate the risk of exposure. Each person testing positive for COVID-19 will be isolated and receive treatment at Nurture Africa's health centre until fully recovered in order to reduce community transmission and protect vulnerable groups; especially our HIV infected clients
You Help, We Help, They Care
Carers Network is always there for unpaid carers You can make a difference and improve unpaid carers' quality of life - particularly in these challenging times. With your involvement carers will feel less isolated and part of a community that listens to them. With your support we will help them break the routine and allow them to enjoy recreational activities.
Emergency COVID_19 Support for HIV+ LGBTQ people
The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time that will require the best of humanity to overcome. Coronavirus has taken thousands of lives and spread to nearly in the all country. Your donation to this project will support immediate and relief in Gay men who are HIV positive during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
Feed the poor during Covid-19 crisis
India is a country where millions of people live in extreme poverty. In order to help the poor to navigate through these bad times during the lockdown, El Shaddai has been working round the clock to ease the distress of 1000 marginalised individuals by serving them with dry rations and groceries. Within few days of launching the initiative, we have distributed the groceries to about 500 needy families across the state of Goa.
Saving At-Risk Mexican Children From COVID-19
The crisis by COVID-19 has caused insecurity, uncertainty, fear and unemployment, which has caused hundreds of donors to be forced to withdraw support for NGOs, who are being affected considerably, because they offer free services for the well-being and health of groups in vulnerable situations, without these services the users of the NGO's would be at risk. This microgrant will help to guarantee the operations of PACO and acquire resources for the prevention of COVID-19.
Responding to COVID-19 Challenges - Africa & India
Over 3000 children daily are being helped out of poverty through the schools, homes & care that Hands Around the World's partner projects in Kenya, Zambia, Benin, Rwanda & India provide. We are in the process of creating an emergency strategy to combat the urgent issues facing our projects as a result of Covid-19. This will allow HATW to continue to make a long-lasting difference in the young lives of those we support, whilst maximising the impact of available funding and minimising overheads.
Emergency Aid in the Covid pandemic- South Asia
In the world, 129.2 million girls are out of school.In Southern Asia, girls are disadvantaged for almost all levels of education.The Coronavirus pandemic is likely to have a huge impact on them, with an increased risk of sexual exploitation, early pregnancy and forced marriage.The economic hardships caused by the crisis will likely induce some families to invest less in girls' education beside increasing their domestic and caring responsibilities. The project take place in India and Bangladesh
Restore lives of  300 households in Kasese Uganda
In Kasese District, and the Rwenzori region of Uganda, hundreds of vulnerable children and women are living in camps with no food, clean water, shelter and hygiene facilities after losing everything they had to floods. Joy for Children Uganda (JFCU) is working to restore their lives. By donating to this cause, you will not only impact on the lives of 100,000 children, women and men affected by floods and at risk of being abused but also prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Solidarity with Palestinians fight against COVID19
In the densely populated refugee camps, people have lost their sources of income since early March 2020 due to the emergency curfew in our fight against COVID19. To keep our communities safe, action is needed to provide crucial items to the most vulnerable households. Karama's immediate step is to distribute food&health packages in 5 camps (serving 45,000 people). As soon as the situation allows, Karama will continue with an innovative resilience program that rehabilitates local livelihoods.
#staying united through COVID-19
When the world is told distance yourselves, remain isolated, young people fighting cancer feel heightened levels of anxiety & loneliness. Relationships, connections & community are essential to prevent & tackle loneliness. Unable to fulfil our primary activities we've launched new digital meet ups. Our programme is a mix of interactive online video sessions eg Yoga, Live Specialist Q&As and fun off-line projects & e-learning opportunities. We're hosting group 'meet ups' online to keep connected.
As of April 18th,2020 identified Corona(Covid-19) in 2144 people & died 84 people in Bangladesh. Ba Govt. immediately implemented social distancing through Lockdown countrywide which will be continued up to May-20.As a result worker, day labor & lower income people are facing crisis for buying food & essential. Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in vulnerable communities during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
Protect 500 Elderly People against COVID19 inKenya
This project will ensure stable supply of free sanitisers,face masks, soap, food and counselling services to 500 vulnerable elderly people from 200 needy families to combat COVID19 in the rural areas of Trans-Nzoia in Kenya
COVID19: Food relief for vulnerable Australians
COVID-19, and the resulting mass unemployment being experienced across the country has been the catalyst in the exponential increase in food insecurity. Foodbank is in urgent need of funding to source key staple foods that don't come in sufficient quantities via traditional rescue channels. This will enable Foodbank to provide a sustainable supply in a variety of essential foods that are nutritious and convenient for vulnerable Australians during these extraordinary and unprecedented times.
Empowering Refugee Families in Jordan
When violence broke out in the Middle East, refugees began to flee their country, looking for a safe place. By January 2020, over 750,000 refugees found shelter in Jordan, with only the clothes on their back and what little money or possessions they were able to carry. Since then, the GHNI team built relationships with over 1000 families who expressed great interest in TCD. GHNI aims to help these families reform their community and become sustainable.
Keep 200 Orphans in Cameroon safe from COVID-19
This project shall continue to provide WASH materials mainly cubes of soap and adapted hand-wash buckets to 200 orphans from 10 orphanages in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon for their regular hand washing and sanitization needs in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 among them.
Mindful Action: COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund
In response to the unbearable levels of suffering among the poorest and most marginalized communities in South and Southeast Asia, INEB has set up a COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund. Our goal is to be able to increase our response to the most urgent needs for food supplies, hygiene and sanitary supplies, in addition to medicine, hospital beds, and toilets. We know this is a difficult time to ask for your support, but this is the moment when even a small contribution can save lives.
Mali Clinic Supplies to Protect Against COVID-19
On March 25th, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Mali. GAIA Vaccine Foundation is preparing for the outbreak alongside our partners at Hope Center Clinic. We are in need of medical supplies including masks, gowns, gloves, thermometers, and disinfectant to protect our staff and patients.
Coronavirus- Affected Small Business Fund
This project will provide financial and technical support for 750 small business affected by the Coronavirus pandemic so that they are able to re-start their business and be economically active again. The financial support will be used in order to purchase equipment, buy new inventories, re-hire laid-off workers, renovate commercial spaces, among others.
Support 500 people recover from COVID-19 impact.
Most people in Kibera slum (The second largest urban slum in the world) depend on small business and domestic work to earn a living. However, due to COVID-19 they have lost their income and businesses. The project will provide psychological, financial and social support needed for these people to recover from the effects of COVID-19.
Support Filipino population against COVID-19
Our project aims to expand both our distribution of food supplies and our local production and donation of protective masks for the populations living in the Island province of Mindoro, in the Philippines. Up to now, our organization has been able to successfully deliver food supplies to around 700 families and protective masks to around 2500 beneficiaries, bringing relief to the many families in need.
Vulnerable Girls Emergency Support Fund
This project will provide food, shelter, education, health and hygiene support for 750 vulnerable girls affected by the Coronavirus pandemic as well as with other upcoming disaster that is expected to happen in the near future.
Water and hygiene kits to fight COVID-19
The orphanages in Cameroon have no way of preventing the spread of the virus, and many of the children don't even have access to drinking water. LifeTime Projects has therefore decided to act urgently to disinfect the orphanages, hand out hygiene kits to 200 children and drill a water well in one of the homes that currently doesn't have access to drinking water. An awareness campaign is being launched to inform the children and neighboring population on how to stop the spread of COVID-19
COVID-19 Action Campaign
This funding will help us buy and supply essential needs like food, soap and locally made masks to our direct beneficiaries and their families totaling to 5,000 girls who have been affected by the COVID-19, due to the fact that their type of work is hand to mouth earning. We also get our earned revenue from the entertainment industry, we stopped earning in February and our lock down has been temporarily extended. No one is certain about tomorrow and sure when this will end.
Haiti Relief Fund for COVID-19
C2C is working on the frontlines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the communities we serve in Haiti. In partnership with the Ministry of Health, C2C operates 7 clinics and will play a critical role in educational outreach & prevention activities as well as improving our clinical capacity & treating mild to moderate cases. We are urgently sourcing necessary supplies for the coming months to contain & control the spread of the virus and to provide relief and support to those most vulnerable.
Corona Virus Relief Support for Pakistan
The emergency relief aims at providing immediate food ration support to the domestic housekeepers who have lost their source of income and also do not have any other means to fulfill this basic requirement for their families. It also seeks to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 spread in the community due to the crowded urban slum conditions, through the distribution of hygiene kits, installation of hand washing units and furthermore to support a sustained income generation during the lockdown period.
Global Coronavirus Relief
As the coronavirus spreads, communities facing poverty and injustice are again on the frontlines of crisis. Building on decades of local partnerships, our global response includes the distribution of hygiene kits, public health education, and advocacy for public services.
Surviving COVID-19 in Russian Nursing Homes
For more than 12 years "Enjoyable Ageing" has been supporting about 350 care homes in 50 regions of Russia. We strove for better quality of life for residents as well as for making care homes more open and comfortable to live in. And it worked until the pandemic changed everything in just a few days. Most care homes went on lockdown leaving elderly residents isolated, and many members of staff fell ill. Those who keep working experience critical shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Help Marginalized Mexican Women Overcome COVID-19
According to the UNDP, Mexico is extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. 41.9% of its population already lives at or below the national poverty line. In the rural, indigenous areas in which we work, this number is 86%. With myriad sanitary measures in place until a vaccine is found, indigenous people, especially women, will suffer disproportionately. This project uses short-and medium-term micro-economic and nutrition activities to sustain indigenous families in these uncertain times.
C2C Collaborative: COVID-19 Response
Our plan is simple: educate and equip to slow the spread. The C2C Collaborative: COVID-19 Response will secure emergency items and provide funds for our two Peasant Associations to purchase items on the ground. These items will be used to create 1,000 response packets and training materials.
Emergency Family Relief and Nutrition Support
With over 10.5 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 and over half a million deaths globally, vulnerable families continue to experience the wrath of the effects of the pandemic. This project is aimed at providing emergency relief support for instance food, sanitizers and soap and sanitary towels for girls to enable the most vulnerable families in the slums of Nairobi sustain the lives of their families and manage adverse effects of virus.
Feed 1200 children and 400 women during LOCKDOWN
Joy for Children Uganda (JFCU) is a non -profit child rights organization established in 2005 that exists to respond to the plight of vulnerable children in Uganda. For the past 10 years Joy for Children Uganda has been implementing the Kampala Slum Development Project. This project supports many disadvantaged children and children living with disabilities in slum with basic care supplies in education and skills. Majority of the caretakers/ parents of the children on our programs are benefiting
LIP-READING AND FACIAL EXPRESSION are very critical to deaf and hard of hearing 4 effective communication. We will produce face mask for deaf with the clear space that will enable deaf and hard of hearing to express themselves effectively through facial expression and lip-reading hence mitigating communication barrier that has existed. The organisation will assign trained deaf tailors to sew and produce face mask for deaf and distribute them free to hearing impaired and hard of hearing persons.
Emergency COVID in Eritrea
The arrival of covid-19 has only worsened this very dramatic: Erythrea is one of the poorest countries and health care fails to guarantee assistance and care. Also, lockdown is turning the health emergency into an even more terrible hunger emergency: for many children going to school means being able to receive the only meal of the day. The project aims to ensure and the possibility of returning to school in complete safety to 3100 children.
Emergency COVID in India
India is the second most inhabited country on the planet and, precisely because of this incredible density, the virus is reaching very high numbers. The country does not have a health system able to respond to the numerous requests for cars and another terrible threat is the hunger. This project aims to safeguard the health of 2000 children and their families in the shanty towns of Mumbai and Nagercoil, countering the spread of the virus and ensuring at least one full meal for day.
International and national crises often highlight inequalities in the labor market that disproportionately affect women from marginalized backgrounds. The COVID-19 pandemic, and resulting changes due to social distancing measures, closures of business has exposed stark realities of many women, who were already living paycheck to paycheck, the impact of COVID-19 is much harsher as many women worked in the hospitality sector and now cannot afford food, rent and utilities.
Emergency Covid in Colombia
This invisible enemy of COVID 19 risks worsening an already fragile situation even more in Colombia, where the number of infections is continuously increasing. The country's health care is unable to respond adequately to new cases and protection for health and safety security are inaccessible for many families who live in situations of extreme poverty. The project wants to provide concrete help to Hogar Lugar De Paz" family home which welcomes 25 orphaned or abandoned children.
Emergency COVID in Brazil
The images of the mass graves arriving from Manaus: Brazil, with 209 million inhabitants, is heading for one of the highest death tolls in the world. Families are very poor and parents, often illiterate, are unable to be the right guide for their children and find themselves doing humble and underpaid jobs in order to pay the rent and feed their children. The project wants to make a concrete help to families, helping to pay for food and housing.
Relief Packages for Transgender Youth in Pakistan
We will distribute relief packages to 250 HIV-positive Transgender youth in Multan who are in urgent need of these items. Relief packages include COVID-19 prevention items - surgical masks (10), hand sanitizer (2), gloves (10), tissue pack (1), soap (5) - and food - rice (3 kg), wheat flour (5 kg), sugar (2 kg), tea (1 kg), nutritional supplement powdered milk (400 gm), chickpeas (1 kg), split green gram (500 gm), split red lentil (500 gm), dates (200 gm), oil pouch (2 liter), salt (8 gm).
Emergency COVID in Congo
Congo is one of the poorest countries in the world and has always faced difficult challenges. Covid 19 has also arrived in this country and if it is not stopped it will face a new massacre. But a new emergency of poverty and hunger inevitably adds to the health emergency! The project wants to make a concrete help to families, guaranteeing the right to food and a dignified life.
COVID-19 Emergency Response
Health In Harmony is dedicated to reversing global heating through healthcare, livelihood, and conservation programs that protect rainforests. The communities we work with in Indonesia and Madagascar need emergency medical supplies and funding to respond to COVID-19: to prepare front-line staff, facilities, and communities for an increase in cases, and to support national systems strengthening and public health outreach. By saving lives today, we can save rainforests tomorrow!
Social Mobilization programme on COVID-19
Provide essential healthcare services to remote communities in Northern Region of Sierra Leone. There are no provision of hand water materials and awareness in the remote part for over 4000 people. At the moment of the current crisis of COVID-19, the project will cater and provide essential emergency services and materials needed. In addition, the project team will work to support the community to prevent the infection, identify suspicious cases and refer to the locally made quarantine houses.
Komesha Corona
The project will help in installing hand washing facilities for disadvantaged families and communities who cannot afford the same. we have been serving the community and there is a high need to support them with soap, face mask, sanitizer and food as the majority cannot support themselves for even a meal a day
Emergency COVID in Palestine
Many families, already penalized by heavy employment measures, face another major difficulty today: the lockdown, imposed at least until June 5, entails the paralysis of many productive activities that have had to leave many workers at home. The project wants to give concrete help to the many families who are in extreme difficulty and do not know how to get to the end of the day.
COVID Malawi
Covid 19 is a new enemy in Malawi that threatens these poor people. The rate of contagiousness is very high and the healthcare facilities are certainly not up to par with those of Italy or the rest of Europe. The government has issued decrees and restrictions; people have seen businesses and schools suddenly shut down and are struggling to understand the danger that looms with the danger of aggravating the situation.
Provide 100 beds to needy pregnant moms in Africa
We've recently learnt of the plight of our local hospitals during the COVID-19 crisis. We have seen pictures of mothers lying on the floor during labour or waiting days for a C-section, which causes many risks for the mothers and babies. Through this project, we'd like to purchase mattresses and blankets for the many expectant moms queuing the passages waiting to deliver their babies.
The Butterfly Tree is helping people in rural areas that could be affected with COVID-19, which is now in Zambia. Two thirds of the population live on less than $2 per day and cannot afford to buy soap or stockpile food. To protect communities where we work we urgently need donations for rural health clinics that do not have hand sanitizing gel, soap, nor masks for their medical staff. People are still suffering from food shortages after a prolonged drought need bags of maize.
COVID-19 Response - Feed a Family in Sri Lanka
The project will help feed and sustain 3000 poor and vulnerable families in Sri Lanka over the next couple of months and will help keep families together and prevent abandonment of children into harmful orphanages. The poorest are trapped between hunger and threat of the COVID19 virus, which could spread quickly in overcrowded and unsanitary conditions. We will provide medicine, nutritional food parcels to prevent malnutrition, antibacterial soaps to ensure hygiene and seeds for sustainability.
Help New Yorkers Thrive During the COVID-19 Crisis
In 150 locations across NYC - including domestic violence shelters, hotlines, drop-in centers, legal clinics, police precincts, and more - Safe Horizon empowers families to address immediate needs and work toward safety, hope, and healing. Despite the COVID-19 crisis, Safe Horizon has continued operations in most locations, often accommodating client overflow from other providers that have closed. Help us keep important programs running to keep fellow New Yorkers safe.
Wild Welfare's Urgent Appeal
The coronavirus pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on our finances. Though it is hard to predict how far-reaching the consequences will be, this will affect our ability to continue all of our work and to help animals in need. However with Covid-19 undeniably impacting captive facilities, demand for our work to help end animal suffering is only increasing. We are doing everything we can to mitigate the impact on the animals and communities we help, but need your help now.
Coronavirus Women-led Small Business Support Fund
This project will help fund 750 women and girls-led small business either as support for struggling businesses due to lock-downs in communities or to help new business as opportunities due to the pandemic comes up. We will provide support to very poor, economically struggling women and girls and aim to improve their social and economic situations amidst this difficult times.
Emergency respond to COVID-19 (Le Tonle Training)
Le Tonle Training Guesthouse and Restaurant aims to provide free theoretical and practical training for tourism and hospitality jobs to young, disadvantaged Cambodians. Training includes receptionist duties, housekeeping, cooking and hospitality. Provision of these skill-sets enables vulnerable youth to access varied and worthwhile career opportunities. In turn, graduated trainees and are able to live independently and support their family by sending some of their earnings back home.
Stop violence against women in times of Covid-19
This project was born from the need to address violence from a gender perspective. It is appropriate to activate actions that allow counteracting all forms of violence, especially in the current Covid-19 crisis, where the Colombian government took the mandatory quarantine measure that has lasted for more than two months. This project seeks to attend, prevent and activate routes in cases of domestic violence with 30 women and mothers who are caretakers and contribute to minimizing the risks.
Water Access in the Context of Health Emergency
This project will implement Rainwater - Collecting Systems for 480 families living in human settelments along 6 States in Mexico, so they can follow the recommendations given by the World Health Organization during the health crisis due to COVID-19, such as washing their hands frequently and keeping surfaces clean.
Coronavirus and Disaster Relief Assistance
This project will provide direct assistance for elders who are susceptible to the Coronavirus; people who are displaced from their jobs; families needing temporary child care solutions; and victims of disasters in Houston and surrounding areas. Assistance will help with immediate relief, supplies, and support as well as long term recovery for families and individuals.
Diapers Needed for COVID-19 Recovery in Texas
Many San Antonio citizens work in the travel and hospitality sectors, often one paycheck away from financial ruin. TXDB is seeing significant increases of families unable to afford diapers, wipes, period products, and incontinence supplies. Requests for basic healthcare supplies will skyrocket as ripple effects of shutdowns and layoffs are felt. To meet the expected upsurge in demand, TXDB needs to replenish stock immediately, meaning buying directly from manufacturers.
Coronavirus lockdown relief fund in Nepal
The Covid -19 pandemic has brought the entire world economy to a halt.With the uncertain future of the virus, the prolonged lock down has negatively impacted the lives of the poor. With income source being blocked, they also face with the challenge of managing food for the family. Your donation will help such people to help sustain their lives during this period of nation wide lock down by providing them basic necessities, mostly food supplies..
St. Croix Foundation CARE Fund
The CARE Fund seeks to adjoin local, regional, national and international philanthropic partners in support of our disaster relief and resiliency strategies in response to the COVID19 Global Pandemic. As a community-based foundation serving disproportionately vulnerable, under-served American residents in the U.S. Caribbean, St. Croix Foundation is leading our community through a progressive and proactive approach to philanthropy grounded by a commitment to social equity and self-sufficiency.
Help the World's Poorest Affected by COVID-19
For communities already in crisis - where health systems are weak, lacking basic equipment, and suffering severe shortages of healthcare workers - the impact of COVID-19 will be devastating. Concern is responding in 23 of the world's poorest countries, focusing on containment and prevention, mitigation of impact on food and income security, and early recovery for those affected. We need your support to provide essential supplies, public health information, and skills training.
VIGA | A Project of Akhuwat Global is registered in UK, USA and SWEDEN as a legal nonprofit charity. By giving relief to victims of current pandemic, we can ensure that all those who were self-supporting members of the society will be able to survive the current crisis and go back to their livelihoods as before.
Prevent the spread of Coronavirus in Liberia
This project will prevent the spread of Coronavirus in Liberia by engaging approximately 1 million Liberians to ensure that they know, understand and implement the Coronavirus health protocols. We will partner with 213 community-based organizations and 25 media houses to ensure the messages and spread far and wide, and to ensure direct aid (food, water, hygiene supplies) reach the most vulnerable Liberians.
Covid19 relief support to 5000 people in Malawi
This project will educate and support Malawian people in city of Lilongwe and in rural communities about Covid 19; recognising the symptoms of the virus, how to reduce the risk of getting the virus and what should be done if they catch the virus. It will provide information, education and resources to support vulnerable people in a country with very compromised facilities in how to manage the virus.
Help Doctors Together
We are operating in Russia, where the number of people infected COVID-19 keeps increasing. Russia is a big country, and it's hard for hospitals to handle the situation with COVID-19, especially in small towns. There is a list of what is required - stuff for the personal protection of the doctors, drugs and equipment for the hospitals. Every day hospitals ask us for help. Every request is being verified. We believe that together we can help to save more people's lives!
EMERGENCY APPEAL - Urgent Relief for Conservation
As COVID-19 makes its way around the globe and Kenya has closed its border, we at Ol Pejeta face an unprecedented crisis. Tourism revenues represent the majority of our income and funds most of our conservation and community work. We now anticipate a shortfall of USD 1.8 million in 2020 for essential operations. The last two northern white rhinos in the world are at risk! Our black rhino population of 133 is at risk. Our 36 chimpanzees are at risk. Please help us keep our organisation afloat.
Support for the COVID-19 prevention and control
Day labor, distress women including persons with Disabilities in Bangladesh. Planning, measuring and counting to implement adequate service delivery in action on free health instrument services as well as food distribution services. Employing more staff in the office. Also by assisting Government in social service as well. Post: Raihanpur under district of Barguna at Barishal Divisions of Bangladesh
Support Dandora Residents Cope with COVID-19
"Support Dandora Residents Cope With COVID-19" pandemic, is a project that intends to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Dandora slums through public education, the supply of water & hygiene kits, access to sanitation & provide food to vulnerable families who have been affected by the COVID-19. The project seeks to support people who lost their business restart them in a post-COVID-19 pandemic to stop them & their children from going back to the dumpsite or resorts to negative coping mechanisms.
Support Puerto Rico's Emotional Coping of COVID19
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected us all without any type of boundaries. Our nonprofit organization is no exception. Puerto Rico is in lockdown since March 15, 2020. This means that we had to stop our services to the community and be creative in the ways we look after our people. The internet and social media have given us a platform to reach out to all the people who are in quarantine. Our counselors and therapists have been actively posting advice and guidance in our social media.
COVID-19 Relief: Our BVIs in Penang, Malaysia
During this COVID-19 pandemic and MCO, our Blind and Visually Impaired (BVI) community and Ex-Nicholites are confronted by additional obstacles, they are incapable to go out alone for buying their essential groceries. Therefore, We need donations in cash and contributions of the care package towards our Home. We sincerely appreciate your generosity in helping our BIV Community and Ex-Nicholites. Donate and Help us Now.
Help Haiti's first line response to Covid-19
The head of the Covid-19 effort in Haiti is hoping for availability of 3,000 hospital beds. There are actually only 70 beds currently available, of these 40 are provided by St Luke's Hospital. We are gearing up to provide additional beds, we have separate staff for the COVID-19 patients, and we are desperately looking to be ready with equipment (mostly PPE) for our employees. Community support remains a central focus of St Luke's programs: we distribute chlorox for handwashing, masks and food
COVID-19 response for Persons with disabilities
The COVID-19 crisis has been affecting everyone's way of living, but it is especially difficult for people who are already vulnerable. Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan) is supporting persons with disabilities (PWDs) and their families in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Myanmar by providing food and hygiene items.
Protect Cambodian Children from COVID-19
This project will support Cambodian Children's Fund's effort to protect the vulnerable community of Steung Meanchey from COVID-19 by providing hygiene and sanitation products and resources to students and families to ensure they are educated and updated regarding COVID-19, they remain safe and healthy, and to prevent the spread of the virus across vulnerable populations in Cambodia.
COVID-19 Response Project in Rural Nigeria
Epidemic preparedness and readiness is essential for every health facility and its personnel. This is a 12 weeks project designed to train community health workers on infection prevention and control in order to curb imminent community spread of COVID-19 in rural areas in Gombe state. The health workers will also be trained on how to locally make hand rubs for their facility consumption. In addition, we will support 114 PHC facilities with local hand washing stands to encourage hand hygiene.
Coronavirus CivActs Campaign in Nepal
The Coronavirus CivActs Campaign (CCC) is an open, people-powered pandemic response mechanism that uses multi-way communication to gather, answer, and verify coronavirus-related rumors, concerns, questions, and feedback from communities across Nepal. By providing the public with facts, the CCC ensures a better understanding of public needs during the pandemic and debunks rumors before they can do more harm.
Give South Korea Hope Against the COVID-19 Virus
The COVID-19 virus is spreading all over the world. In South Korea, the total number of confirmed cases is around 7,800 (3/11/20). 6,462 confirmed cases (87.5%) were reported in Daegu and North Gyeong-sang Province. Everyday, the number of confirmed cases is increasing rapidly. Buildings with confirmed cases are closed. A-PAD Korea is providing meals for children at children's centers around Daegu as almost all the restaurants in Daegu are closed. Help South Korea!
Help Feed Women and Children Affected by COVID-19
As the global COVID19 situation continues to evolve rapidly, many people in the developing world are already facing famine and starvation. Our goal is to raise funds to help feed women and families with young children. We are targeting women in the informal sectors that rely on small commercial activities to feed their families; activities now shutdown due to COVID19. They live day by day with money earned daily from these informal activities. 100% of the funds raised will go to the cause.
Act to prevent coronavirus' spread in East Africa
People across East Africa are on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic. Communities hampered by under-resourced healthcare systems, poor infrastructure and insecure livelihoods are struggling to prevent the spread of this disease and protect lives. Tens of thousands of people are faced with risks posed by a lack of access to health facilities combined with difficulty in securing adequate food, shelter and clean water. Health Poverty Action is working in these communities to safeguard lives.
Together for Hope - COVID-19 Response for Youth
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we need your support to continue serving and respond to the evolving needs of vulnerable youth and families already facing complex challenges and at risk of financial and food insecurity. Your gift will help youth remain safe, healthy, and resilient to additional financial hardships. Innovative housing, academic, mental health and other supports will protect youths' physical and mental health and minimize learning loss during this unprecedented crisis.
Digital Skills to face COVID-19 in Colombia
Colombia is one of the most unequal countries in Latin America (GINI, World Bank), and this inequality is also reflected in the access to internet, digital skills, education and employment. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted these inequalities. Those with less opportunities or in remote communities, are the ones that have been greatly impacted. MAKAIA will work with at-risk, vulnerable and excluded communities to develop the digital skills they need to minimize the effects of COVID-19.
COVID-19: Bring Hope to the elderly and vulnerable
LEAP Africa is responding to the pandemic by supporting the most vulnerable in Nigeria, working through our social entrepreneurs who are at the frontline of providing relief to the poorest communities who have been hardest hit by the crisis. The interventions are catering to the welfare and wellbeing of these low-income families in three broad areas: Food supplies and toiletries, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and sensitization. Join us to scale the intervention activities in Nigeria.
Grow Resilience: Food Access & Local Ag in Houston
Urban Harvest's "Grow A Resilience" is a COVID-19 response to ensure Houstonians stay healthy, active & nutritiously fed. The project: 1) sustains the largest farmers market in the region- supporting 110 hard-hit local farms & small businesses, while offering a safe way for community members to access food; 2) reaches 19,500 Houstonians with organic garden education via online webinars, classes & resources; & 3) matches SNAP benefits dollar-for-dollar on fresh produce at farmers markets citywide
Turkish Education Foundation (TEV) is undertaking a new project named GRATITUDE TO CORONA HEROES FUND to support the education of children of healthcare workers in healthcare workers in Turkey who have forfeited their lives in the frontlines of this struggle due to COVID-19. Moreover, the scope of the fund will be extended to support more students who faced with negative effects of the pandemic as the Fund's support rises.
Feed a Family - Sri Lanka Coronavirus Relief
This project will provide a month's worth of essential supplies for 1000 starving daily wage earning families, who have to support two children or more, during this period of lockdown and curfews for the coronavirus pandemic in Sri Lanka.
COVID-19 Support Fund
The ultimate goal of this project is to reduce morbidity and mortality due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to interrupt the transmission of this virus. This project will increase community awareness on the prevention and spread of the COVID-19 disease, reduce panicking and disinformation caused by the spread of the COVID-19 disease, and ensuring the supply of basic resources such as face masks, food, and shelter to the poorest and the needy.
Nafasi's COVID-19 Response
Within the Nafasi community of artists, 100% of our members have been directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. They have lost significant amounts of income and experienced numerous cancelled and postponed opportunities, making it difficult for them to survive this time. You can help us by donating to our COVID-19 response, which includes several initiatives designed to help artists get back on their feet.
COVID - 19 Home Literacy Project for 1,500 Girls
Achievers Ghana Education is seeking a support to expand its COVID-19 Home Literacy Project with the objective of helping to sensitive the community in local language to ensure residents of Nima and Mamobi communities of Greater Accra region are well informed on COVID-19 preventive measures and with the disruption of all activities including the closure of schools, it is imperative our students and pupils are engaged while at home with innovative ways of bridging their knowledge.
Covid-19 volunteer effort in Pakistan
Pakistan Against Covid-19 - Volunteers (PAC-V) is a group of just over 500 engineers, funders, digital entrepreneurs and others who are dedicating their time and skill to producing an ICU grade ventilator and other essential personal protective equipment. They are based in hubs in Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore. Support their project to produce low-cost, high-value medical equipment.
Let Us Have a Future
This project aims to offer temporary financial support to survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery in Kenya. Due to the effects of COVID-19, most of our survivors have lost their sources of income. They not only risk being re-trafficked, but they are also facing hunger and eviction from their homes. The project seeks to support 100 survivors and their families for the next five months in order to preserve their livelihoods. This will enable them to continue their reintegration process.
Tablets for disadvantaged children in Romania
The way we look at life has massively changed in the past few months. At a global level. And that includes the way we look at Education, especially in Romania - where the system was not fully prepared to move entirely into online. 1 in 3 children in Romania live in relative income poverty. The project aims to equip a minimum number of 200 children from economically-deprived environments with tools necessary to continue their online education.
Working for children and the pandemic by COVID-19
We seek to strengthen our program of care for children from 0 to 6 years and their families living in violence and poverty and pandemic in Mexico. Our care model has had to be adapted to the contingency situation of COVID-19 and we continue to provide educational-therapeutic care using technological tools, imagination and creativity. With this attention we are fighting family violence, social inequality and providing psychological support to families in these difficult moments.
Domestic Violence prevention in COVID quarantine
In Mexico domestic violence in quarantine increased in 120% within vulnerable families. This project will help 75 families of urban marginated municipalities of Mexico City, 300 family members, trough digital sessions of a team of experts, that will provide strategies for stress detection and reduction, resources for recognition and emotional regulation, positive discipline with out violence and tools for positive interaction between caregivers and children.
COVID-19 Relief
Right now, preventing exploitation means making sure there is food accessible for vulnerable families experiencing food insecurity due to COVID-19. $90 provides one family living in the East Java Cemetery with a care package of food and basic necessities for one month.
Facemasks and Medicines to 700 Indigenous Peoples
Just when think indigenous peoples living in the hinterlands are too far out for covid19 to reach, we are wrong. This project intends to provide medicines, food, facemasks, disinfectants to 700 indigenous peoples who needs protection as they have to receive relatives working in Manila and overseas workers returning home to their places during the lockdown which is still being implemented to date. Being four hours away from the town centers, government food subsidies hardly reach them.
Feed 100 Pregnant Women and New Mothers in Nepal
NEPALI FAMILIES IN LOCKDOWN RISK STARVATION. Despite being a rural region, many villagers in Sarlahi (southern Nepal) don't own land & cross the border to India for work. Now with no work, no savings, the monsoon arriving; the people are at great risk. Although the Gov't is providing some general relief, it's not enough. Our focus is on the vulnerable: pregnant women & women with newborn or young children. We provide basic nutritious food - rice, lentils, mustard oil, chick peas, flour, ghee.
VI Children's Museum 'Rona Response
The VI Children's Museum may be closed at the moment, but we will never stop serving our community! Since 2017 we have been gifting books to children ages 0-5 as an affiliate of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program. This program is more important than ever, and we will be promoting it in new ways this year. In providing books for the family home we strive to inspire, educate and support the youth of the Virgin Islands.
COVID-19 Response for First Mile waste collectors
Global response efforts are underway for COVID-19 but the poor are disproportionately left behind. The First Mile, an initiative of WORK and Thread, supports waste collectors in Haiti, Honduras, and Taiwan. This network of thousands of women and men working hard to clean up the environment to make ends meet mostly lack an identity and access to safety net services. Your donation supports our comprehensive response of prevention, treatment, and access to medical care, and long-term support.
Panafrican Pandemic Support
Global Gallery has worked with a network of suppliers in the Fair Trade Federation, most notably World Peaces, whose focus is on artisans and makers who live on the African continent. Through these partnerships, our organizations and those working in them have met a large number of people. Their stories of hardship due to the current pandemic and its related economic impact have touched us deeply. We hope to raise funds during this time to send directly to individuals and families in Africa.
Help Families Affected by COVID-19 in Colombia
This project will provide emergency funding for food assistance and educational support for children and families impacted by COVID-19 in the impoverished communities of El Pozon, Lucero Alto and Cazuca, Colombia. Our goal is to raise $ 50,000 for each of these three communities, helping families put food on the table and ensuring over 2300 children can continue their holistic education at the CDA Schools and pursue their dreams to break free from the cycle of poverty.
COVID-19 Food Relief
Because of the spread of the corona virus, 1.3 Malians are facing severe food insecurity during the lean months of the rainy season. The number of hungry families is rising steadily as the crisis deepens. Mali needs continued aid from the international community to improve food access for households living in poverty. The Alliance is raising $6000 to respond to the immediate need of these families. The money raised will be used to supply food relief for the most vulnerable village families.
Support 100  vulnerable rural girls keep in school
The National COVID-19 pandemic lock-down in Uganda has greatly devastated many families, but the families of orphans and vulnerable children are the most hit.Children from these families can hardly access education study materials to facilitate continuous learning because they cannot afford e-learning gadgets like televisions,radios, internet or newspapers.We urgently need your support to help vulnerable rural girls access continuous learning and also to economically empower their families.
Micani sin Corona - Protect The Most Vulnerable
As the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic increases globally, we at Aktion Sodis have set up this donation pot at short notice. The people in Micani are particularly at risk of becoming victims of the pandemic due to their remote location. The nearest doctor is often several hours away and the journey there is hardly possible to make for diseased people. It is therefore necessary to take immediate measures to protect the villagers from the virus. Please support us in this, every donation counts!
Bring 50 School Children Home Again
This project will enable local partner organizations to repair, restore and rebuild homes that were damaged by Hurricane Michael. It has been 17 months since the hurricane and we still have over 3,000 school students classified as homeless. The recent COVID-19 outbreak has exacerbated the situation by reducing volunteer based non-profit building capabilities. We can not wait until this environment improves - we need to take on the repairs ourselves and move things forward.
TPF COVID-19 Community Relief Fund
Turkish Philanthropy Funds has launched TPF COVID-19 Community Relief Fund to support containment, response, and recovery activities for those affected and for the responders of the global novel coronavirus outbreak.
Motorcycles to collect trash in 30 Haiti villages
To help prevent the spread of corona Virus the foundation needs to buy 150 motorcycles to collect trash from 30 communes in rural in Haiti and deliver to processing centers. Currently piles of trash are left on the roadsides and they become a source of contamination for kids, people walking through them barefoot or cars passing through them, leaving dust storms . By collecting the trash frequently we hope to make it easier to keep the streets clean and keep people safe from the Coronavirus.
COVID-19 emergency response for refugees
The COVID-19 crisis has been affecting everyone's way of living, but it is especially difficult for people who are already vulnerable. Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan) is working to provide food and hygiene items for refugees and persons of concern in Uganda and Kenya.
Hope of Children and Women COVID-19 response
HOCW's vision is a world where every person has the hope, confidence, and necessary means to be self-reliant & achieve their own definition of well-being. We provide job training, medical services, financial services, education, etc. COVID-19 has just reached Uganda; the refugees we serve are at risk. Our clinic, bank, and farm will stay open. And we will make and distribute soap to the community for free, make masks for patients, and translate health info into the languages of our students.
Deliver Fresh Food to NC Families During COVID-19
COVID-19 has left many North Carolinians (adults, kids, and seniors) in the desperate place of turning to relief agencies for help in securing food. Fresh, nutritious food -- the key to long-term health -- is being grown locally at farms across the state, but agencies often can't afford it, and farms can't afford to give it away. Your support bridges that gap, ensuring that local farms can stay in business and hungry people can eat well. Together, we can build a resilient local food system.
Essential Supplies to Fight COVID-19 in Uganda
This funding will help us buy and supply essential needs like food, soap and locally made masks to our direct beneficiaries and their families totaling to 240 people, who have been affected by the COVID-19, due to the fact that their type of work is hand to mouth earning. We also get our earned revenue from the entertainment industry, we stopped earning in February and our lock down has been temporarily extended up to May. No one is certain about tomorrow and sure when this will end.
Emergency response-COVID-19 among women in Uganda
This project will create awareness, provide both food supplies and educational support among most vulnerable groups especially 120 women, 1 per household and that will enable them to feed their families and also educate them on how to prevent contracting the COVID-19 virus.In Uganda, due to lock down,and curfew shops, business and fear created among community the women have been the most affected since they can't go to work and yet they have to feed their children.
Virtual Program Expansion
To mitigate the effects of the pandemic and alleviate its impact on our community, RPI is making changes to our programs. Our transformation in programmatic delivery to certain populations will assuage the fear and looming unpredictability of a possible pre-COVID era. Your support and funding during this time will help us navigate the disruptions to lives, impacts on livelihoods, continued threats to economic resources and opportunities, and recovery of the post-pandemic challenges.
COVID19 Reopening Fund
The risk of COVID-19 on the vulnerable families we serve and programs we operate throughout the developing world is greater given the lack of access to basic healthcare. Ensuring that both our kids and the teams who treat them are equipped with the PPE and disinfectants needed to do so safely is critical to preventing infection. Your donation will equip our programs with the personal protective equipment and sanitizing products needed to continue to safely provide free mobility solutions.
Support Rural Families to Combat COVID-19 in India
Milaan has identified thousands of families who have been disproportionately hurt due to loss of livelihood, lack of food, shelter, health, and other basic needs due to COVID-19. We are serving the poor and neglected with immediate relief through Food Kits (rice, wheat, oil, lentils, salt, spices, sugar, potatoes, soya chunks, detergent, soaps, and pads) and making direct cash transfers to women-led households to combat COVID-19.
CORONA virus / COVID-19 - We take precautions
The current, really frightening, corona/COVID-19 pandemic affects many areas of the work of ProDogRomania and we have to face these challenges and look for solutions so that we can care solidly for our dogs in our shelters in Romania.
At Home Discovery Kits for Low Income VI Families
This project will help supply families with the tools needed to keep kids engaged and inspired to create and learn at home this summer by providing At Home Discovery Kits to low-income families in the United States Virgin Islands.
Covid-19 Emergency in Italy.  We need you!
In Italy there are 82.000 cases of Coronavirus. Emilia-Romagna, is the second-most hit region in Italy, with almost 12.000 positive cases, of which 5.000 are home-cared. Due to the spread of the virus a lot of people are isolated at home. We need you! Thanks to you we could grant healthcare staff where it is needed, volunteers for isolated people and self-protection devices for both medical personnel and volunteers.
COVID-19 Families Support
275 families participating in the DEHVI Foundation programs are being directly affected by the crisis we are experiencing right now due to COVID-19, causing them to fall into a situation of poverty even deeper than the one they were in before. Due to health restrictions many families have stopped receiving income, especially those who have an informal job or are in refuge status. With these donations, we will be able to support with food and other basic needs.
Cityzens Giving for Recovery - Girona
In Girona, Creu Roja Girona will support at-risk children to get the support they need to return to education with homework and tutoring, as well as nutritious food parcels to boost health and wellbeing. // A Girona, Creu Roja oferira ajuda als infants en situacio de risc per aconseguir el suport que necessiten per tornar a l'educacio amb deures i tutories, aixi com amb paquets alimentaris nutritius per potenciar la salut i el benestar.
Mitigation of COVID-19 in indigenous communities
This project will provide direct and immediate assistance to 10 indigenous communities in the Lacandon Jungle in Chiapas, Mexico. The objective is to provide supplies for personal hygiene, disinfectants, masks, water and food, as well as support for garden work, as preventive measures and contributing to the long-term economic and nutritional recovery for families.
Provide for Needs Created by COVID-19 in Africa
Our teams in Sierra Leone and Liberia are experiencing skyrocketing prices and high unemployment in the communities we serve. This project will allow us to educate the community on sanitation and distribute supplies such as face masks, disinfectant, rice, oil, and water to help them avoid contracting COVID-19 and move forward into new jobs.
Support Refugee and Local Women's Resilience
Women, especially poors and refugees, have been impacted by spread of COVID-19 severely. They are more likely to be working in the informal labor market, and will more likely to be left without social protection as a result of economic recession or shutdown. This project will support initiatives of refugee and local women to overcome the negative impacts of COVID-19 and to build their resilience against the aftershocks by solidarity and self-support groups and joint economic initiatives.
Agroecological producer families in context COVID
In this quarantine situation due to the world health crisis caused by Covid-19, it forces us to see the leading role and the role that rural populations and especially small family farming have been playing, which for many reasons are forgotten and made invisible by decision-making authorities. Currently this sector concentrates 70% of food production for the country. The beneficiaries of the project are characterized by belonging to family farming, they depend on the predominant use the labor
COVID-19 Emergency School Nutrition Fund
In the USA, 124K schools closed due to COVID-19 yet continue school meal operations for 30M students who rely on them. There is an urgent need for resources to distribute healthy meals to kids outside the school building. To help schools maintain continuity of school meal programs, GENYOUth launched our COVID-19 Emergency School Nutrition Fund to help schools provide nourishing meals in their communities. Over 9K grant applications have been submitted, requesting support totaling over $27M.
Food Packages for Bulgarians affected by the Virus
This project aims to help over 500 of the most vulnerable affected by the recent epidemic of COVID19 in Bulgaria, such as the elderly citizens and single mothers, by packing 11 staple food items (oil, flower, pasta, canned beans, sweetcorn and peas, ready soups, tomato puree, sugar, rice and lentils) and toiletries (toothpaste, shampoo, soap, dish soap and toilet-paper) to be delivered to them in a box because the quarantines prevent many from going to work, so we want to help in any way we can.
Food Assistance for COVID 19 relief
Today, our need for our clients has moved from helping them help people in situational poverty to long term support. Our supply of resources is becoming taxed as our clients are reaching out to us for assistance with people requiring food. Organizations are leaning on us more now than ever. These groups include the community and city emergency response teams, transitional housing, police departments, and other government agencies.
Covid 19 Children's Emergency Response Appeal
Due to the global pandemic of Coronavirus/Covid 19 we are seeing an emerging health crisis in the rural communities we serve in West Africa. We want to deliver a rapid response to local communities in crisis, with education and hand washing facilities
The Hygiene Project: Critical aid to refugees
Join us to provide critical hygiene items to refugee families living in camps and on the streets in Greece.
Support our musicians during the COVID-19 response
This project aims to provide rapid financial relief to La Serenissima's artists who are currently without means to earn a living following the UK Government's social distancing measures in response to COVID-19. The cancellation or postponement of all performing engagements for the foreseeable future leaves our freelance workforce hugely vulnerable for months to come. La Serenissima wants to support its musicians who are the lifeblood of our mission.
Education for Children in Rural South Africa
During global unprecedented times, we want to remain core to our values - "Empowering communities to make positive change" We have mobilized our teams to assist the community with additional water supplies from our Thanda water harvesting and filtration system and we are building, installing and maintaining new tippy taps in the community as we try to encourage frequent hand-washing to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
COVID-19: Protecting Children and Families
UNICEF is committed to continuing to deliver assistance to children across the areas affected by COVID-19 and will continue to ensure children in need continue to receive humanitarian assistance. UNICEF's COVID-19 preparedness and response strategy are to reduce human-to-human transmission in affected countries and to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on children, youth and their care providers, especially for the most vulnerable.