COVID-19 Response

CAF AMERICA ENABLES TAX-EFFECTIVE RESPONSE TO THE
CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

The World Health Organization has declared the novel coronavirus (SARS-Co-V-2) a global pandemic. The number of those showing symptoms of COVID-19 increases daily around the world with the virus affecting hundreds of thousands. Via CAF America, donors can make tax-receipted fully regulatory compliant contributions to support the work of hospitals, community-based organizations, and other charities that are mobilizing around the world to provide support to those affected by COVID-19. 

Below you can browse the list of organizations eligible with CAF America which are working to provide relief on the ground. You can support the work of these organizations by clicking on the organization name. We will be updating this list on an ongoing basis. 

As an organization committed to enabling cross-border charitable giving, CAF America stands ready to assist US donors wanting to support the ongoing relief efforts. Please reach out to us if there is anything we can do to assist you:
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NEW REPORT: Learn how the nonprofit sector is impacted by the coronavirus global pandemic from CAF America's report
The Voice of Charities Facing COVID-19 Worldwide Volume II|
880 organizations surveyed, 122 countries represented

  • Médecins Sans Frontières: Providing testing, treatment, and isolation conditions to marginalized and vulnerable parts of the population. Responding in France, Italy, Belgium, Iran, Afghanistan, and Greece.
  • Save the Children Federation: Training health teams worldwide how to protect themselves and prevent further spread of the disease, supplying the PPE (personal protective equipment) and other supplies frontline health staff desperately need, and protecting children and families that may be separated due to quarantine.
  • International Medical Corps: Working with the WHO to leverage its relationships with local and national ministries of health in more than 30 countries to provide expertise, equipment, training, and triage and treatment services.
  • Direct Relief International: In the US, Direct Relief is delivering protective masks—along with exam gloves and isolation gowns—to health care organizations in areas with confirmed COVID-19 cases. In China, Direct Relief has delivered via FedEx more than 30,000 pounds of protective gear—nearly 800,000 N95 and surgical masks, more than 400,000 gloves, and numerous coveralls, face shields, and shoe covers—to frontline health workers. Direct Relief is also staging personal protective equipment with regional response agencies across the world, including in the Caribbean and South America through the Pan American Health Organization.
  • International Organization for Migration: Combating misinformation, xenophobia and stigmatization through informational campaigns; increasing access to water and hygiene measures to vulnerable populations; enhancing health surveillance services and medical screenings at border entry points; providing medical supplies and accurate information to at-risk communities; strengthening cross-border coordination to minimize the risk of contagion; and providing capacity building and trainings to governments.
  • Project HOPE - The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc: Following our response in China, Project HOPE has expanded our strategy globally. We are providing healthcare workers with a COVID-19 specific training program, procuring critical protective and lifesaving equipment, and providing surge staffing support to increase medical capacity in select regions.
  • Save the Children - Organisation für die Rechte der Kinder SuisseSupporting handwashing (distributing soap, hand sanitisers and other critical hygiene supplies), healthcare and mental health services (pre-positioning extra essential supplies), education (preparing tools for caregivers and child friendly spaces), identification and monitoring of vulnerable households and working to provide extra support, and preparing refugee camps by distributing hygiene kits and informing communities and health workers.
  • UNICEF - SwitzerlandProviding medical supplies and PPE, educating public about best hygiene practices, maintaining healthcare access for vulnerable populations for non-outbreak related issues, despite reduced capacity caused by outbreak, maintaining education and social services for vulnerable populations, providing economic support for vulnerable populations, and researching nature of secondary impacts (Impacts other than people getting sick from Covid-19, e.g. economic hardship from lockdowns, reduced healthcare capacity for other issues, mental health issues from isolation).
  • United Nations Foundation: Supporting immediate global efforts to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline health workers get essential supplies and information to respond. Working with the WHO to gather critical data about the virus itself and its spread as well as guide and coordinate scientists around the world to rapidly develop potential treatments, diagnostic tests, and a vaccine.
  • LifeNet International: Preparing health facility partners (220 facilities) to prevent, diagnose, and treat coronavirus.  Also helping to prepare facilities to educate their vulnerable communities. Programs implemented in Uganda, DRC, Malawi, Burundi, and Kenya.
  • Plan International USA: Working closely with and supporting  national governments by taking part in in-country coordination mechanisms. These fora provide opportunities to develop standard guidance, identify gaps in programs and to work together with peer agencies, Government and UN to reduce the impact of COVID-19. Providing messaging about best hygiene practices, hygiene kits, handwashing stations and health-related supplies. Intensifying support and taking preventative measures within existing refugees and displaced persons camps where the effects of the virus will be far worse. Working with teachers, parents, health care providers and partners to ensure children, particularly girls, get the support they need during this crisis. Also working with country offices in Asia, Middle East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa, the Americas, and Asia and the Pacific.
  • Avina Americas Leveraging experience coordinating regional collaborative efforts across sectors in order to support the most vulnerable populations during this crisis, including migrants, grassroots recyclers, indigenous groups, communities without access to clean and safe water, and informal workers. In coordination with partners and experts, Avina Americas is determining the most urgent needs among these groups and gathering information regarding the health and medical resources that are currently available at local levels. Setting up an emergency relief fund for some of these vulnerable groups and/or small and medium enterprises that are being affected by this global crisis.
  • International Social Service: Coordinating extensive, global response to provide both public health education and mental health support to the general populace.
  • International Committee of the Red Cross: Overseeing relief efforts across the developing world, primarily in conflict zones.  Providing healthcare in Syria, Lebanon, Mali, South Sudan, Nigeria, Central African Republic, and Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies: Support for the National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in health care, prepositioning of goods, risk communication, lessons learned from global network of local responders, cash grants for families, and mitigating impacts of large outbreaks.
  • Emergency USA: EMERGENCY USA is supporting EMERGENCY ONG ONLUS work in Italy as well as preparing for a response to prevent the virus from spreading and to protect patients and health workers from COVID-19 in Afghanistan, northern Iraq, Sierra Leone and Sudan.
  • Fundacion Intermon Oxfam: Extensive relief operations in Jordan, Myanmar, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, Gaza, Bangladesh, Uganda, Burkina Faso, Guatemala, Syria, and Southern Sudan.
  • The Circle of Women: Women, especially those in low-income countries, are disproportionately affected by COVID-19. They are the primary caregivers and often main breadwinners for their families. Many have lost their jobs and are unable to access healthcare facilities. Millions of women around the world, who suffer domestic abuse, now find themselves trapped alongside their abusers inside a home they are not permitted to leave. The Circle will support some of the most vulnerable women and girls in desperate circumstances worldwide, during the global crisis caused by COVID-19.
  • Open Education Resource Foundation: To minimise the impact of COVID-19, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and the OERu are joining forces with the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) and the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) to support education institutions around the world transitioning to online learning using open educational resources (OER).
  • Friends-International: Providing immediate life-saving support (food, hygiene materials etc.) and protection for children and families; adapting our services to continue to offer protection and reintegration services in this new context, and preparing for the long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts, including through employment support and job placement for those who have lost their livelihoods.  Friends-International operates within Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, and Switzerland.
  • HOPE International Development Agency Japan: Based in Japan, developing water sanitation systems and better community hand washing practices in Cambodia and Ethiopia.
  • World Vision International:  Promoting preventive measures to stop or slow COVID-19 spread by targeting households and communities, along with setting up public handwashing stations, and distributing soap, sanitiser, and masks appropriately, supporting home education, providing PPE to healthcare workers, and helping to run isolation centres.
  • Flexport.org: Tackling one of the biggest challenges of global COVID-19 relief efforts: transportation. Donations cover the cost of shipments for response organizations to ensure logistics is never the blocker for delivering aid.
  • Bottletop Foundation: The BOTTLETOP FOUNDATION have set up the #TOGETHER FUND to raise money to ensure patients can access the care they need, as well as supporting disease prevention and frontline health workers across the globe. 50% of the funds we raise will go to COVID-19 Response Funds; split equally between UN COVID-19 Solidarity Fund for WHO and Médecins sans Frontières. 50% of the funds will go to the life-changing programmes addressing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals that are critical to our planet’s future.
  • Care Canada: Providing hygiene supplies, food, and public health education in developing countries.
  • United Way Worldwide: During times of uncertainty and crisis, people come together to support one another. COVID-19 is a test of our collective strength. As millions are on lockdown and businesses are closing, unemployment is spiking. Feeding the kids, making the rent and keeping the lights on is tougher for many of us than ever before. United Way steps up whenever our communities need us. All over the world, United Way is connecting people to vital services, resources and up-to-date, accurate information during the COVID-19 crisis in North America, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Middle East and Latin America and the Caribbean. We've always been focused on the underlying social problems, and those problems are magnified now. When shuttered schools mean children from low-wage families may not be eating enough healthy meals, United Way is stepping up. When food pantries are overwhelmed, partially because people who used to donate are now in need of food, United Way is stepping up. And when people who’ve lost hours or jobs need help getting by, United Way connects them to available local resources.

    211, the go-to information resource in the U.S., is fielding 200-400% more calls than normal, mostly for food, financial assistance and housing.
  • Australian Red Cross: Daily phone calls to people who are self-isolating across NSW, QLD and VIC,  providing door to door transport services to assist people in attending non-urgent medical appointments, continuing to help people seeking asylum to make ends meet, and share practical information to help people prepare for self-isolation and maintain their emotional wellbeing and social connection.
  • University of Queensland: Research to develop a vaccine against the novel coronavirus.
  • Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital FoundationVital medical research and clinical trials as well as  hospital equipment and hospital staff support.
  • St Vincent's Hospital (Melbourne): Critical medical equipment items to ensure staff can treat patients.  For example, new beds, specialist intensive care beds, video laryngoscope, patient monitoring systems, etc. The hospital also requires additional specialist infection control nurses and has set up a Fever Clinic to test and treat up to 600 patients per day.
  • UNICEF Australia: Providing urgently needed medical supplies, supporting countries with weak health systems, and ensuring children and families have access to accurate information so they can protect themselves and prevent ongoing transmissions.
  • The Salvation Army Australia: Adapting its social services programs as Australians face an extended period of challenge and hardship during the battle against the Coronavirus. Essential services include aged care, homelessness services, family violence services, and strategic emergency disaster management.
  • Foodbank Australia: Ensuring equity of access to food relief across the entire community by providing food relief through a network of 2,400 charities across Australia.
  • OXFAM Australia: Oxfam country teams are providing support to vulnerable communities in many places around the world including awareness and education campaigns and the provision of hygiene equipment.
  • Asylum Seeker Resource CentreThe ability for people seeking asylum to survive in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic is seriously under threat right now. For those with no income or Government support, the ASRC is their only lifeline in this crisis, providing emergency food, shelter and access to medicine and medical care.
  • St Vincent de Paul NSW: Working to combat social isolation, continue care for beneficiaries (many of which are elderly or in vulnerable populations), and provide sanitisers and appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks to those in need.
  • St Vincent de Paul VIC: Working to combat social isolation, continue care for beneficiaries (many of which are elderly or in vulnerable populations), and provide sanitisers and appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks to those in need.
  • St Vincent de Paul QLD: Working to combat social isolation, continue care for beneficiaries (many of which are elderly or in vulnerable populations), and provide sanitisers and appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks to those in need.
  • St Vincent de Paul SA: Working to combat social isolation, continue care for beneficiaries (many of which are elderly or in vulnerable populations), and provide sanitisers and appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks to those in need.
  • St Vincent de Paul WAWorking to combat social isolation, continue care for beneficiaries (many of which are elderly or in vulnerable populations), and provide sanitisers and appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks to those in need.
  • St Vincent de Paul TAS (ABN 41003138898): Working to combat social isolation, continue care for beneficiaries (many of which are elderly or in vulnerable populations), and provide sanitisers and appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks to those in need.
  • BeyondBlue: Dedicated COVID-19 Mental Health Support Service in response to the growing demand for mental health support as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Free counselling by mental health professionals for all people in Australia 24/7, both online and over the phone. Provision of free and easily accessible information and advice around coping with COVID-19, isolation and connection, workplace and financial hardship, and how best to support the mental health of loved ones. The service will be continually updated with new information, and enhanced with other tools and supports, over the coming weeks and months.
  • Black Dog Institute: The Institute will continue to work closely with the government and provide advice on up-to-date evidence and specific evidence-based mental health intervention that are needed in the short and long term. Black Dog Institute is investigating this through an online study to understand how COVID-19 is impacting the mental health of Australian adults, and to discover what people are doing to stay mentally healthy during this time.  The Institute also runs an online clinic as a starting point for assessment and recommendations for a care pathway.
  • Lifeline Australia: Providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.  Lifeline telephone, text and webchat services will continue as normal throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Reachout: One of Australia’s leading online mental health organisations for young people and their parents. Practical support, tools and tips to help young people and their parents. Particular resources curated due to the impact of CoVID-19 on mental health.
  • R U OK?: Helping to build meaningful connections with people and support anyone struggling with life. Mental health support and sucicide prevention during this challenging time.
  • NSW Meals on Wheels Association: Providing food assistance to those in immediate need.
  • QLD Meals on Wheels Services Association Inc: Providing food assistance to those in immediate need.
  • OzHarvest: Food rescue and delivery to those in immediate need.
  • Second Bite: Food and groceries to help Australians who are facing hardship as a result of the Coronavirus.
  • Mission Australia: Essential services, including aged care and homelessness services, during the current circumstances.
  • Exodus Foundation: Serving takeaway hot meals to the hungry.  Also, providing food parcels to the poor, and counsellors and health professionals care for each guest.
  • World Relief Australia: Seeking to empower people to grow their own food in simple and sustainable ways during this difficult time. These programs will increase access to a constant supply of nutritious food, particularly important for vulnerable groups in the community including pregnant women and children.
  • Australia for UNHCR: Australia for UNHCR is the UN Refugee Agency’s national partner in Australia, raising much needed funds and support for refugees and other displaced and stateless people around the world. The UN Refugee Agency is working tirelessly to install hand washing facilities, distribute basic hygiene equipment like soap and face masks, increase shelter material and core relief items, and bolster medical supplies, and hospitals and clinics.
  • European Food Banks Federation: Alleviating food insecurity during the COVID-19 crisis and meeting costs or financial obligations that may occur to address the social emergency in the near future.
  • Belgium Red Cross: Providing essential, consumable materials for volunteers/medical staff such as disinfectant spray, mouth masks, and care gloves.  Working with crisis volunteers for assistance in daily tasks and logistics, such as distributing mails and helping elderly people with their video calls with their relatives. Also, running a hotline to provide assistance to people struggling during the crisis.
  • BCause Foundation: Supporting hospitals and medical workers and NGOs working on the front line in Bulgaria.  Buying protective gear, respirators, equipment, and additional supplies.
  • The Mississauga Food Bank: Supplying food aid to those families experiencing shortages as a result of the economic hardship and shortages caused by the outbreak.
  • Médecins Sans Frontières Canada: Part of global MSF response. Providing testing, treatment, and isolation conditions to marginalized and vulnerable parts of the population.
  • Second Harvest Food Support Committee: Providing food to marginalized populations and coordinating hunger relief efforts from multiple organizations across Canada.
  • North York Harvest Food BankProviding food to those unable to afford it due to the economic crisis, and delivering groceries to those unwilling to leave their homes due to risk of infection.
  • The Food Bank Of Waterloo Region: Providing hunger relief and helping people acquire adequate food supply to undergo self isolation if need be.
  • Canadian Red Cross SocietyProviding financial support for those hit by economic crisis, mental health support for those struggling with anxiety and isolation, relief supplies, and information about the outbreak for the general public.
  • Ottawa Food Bank: Providing food aid to economically vulnerable populations.
  • Rose of Sharon: Delivering childcare supplies and running a mental health support hotline for pregnant women and new mothers.
  • Foodshare Toronto: Working with other frontline agencies to ensure that folks who are facing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic are getting access to good food. Providing a weekly Emergency Good Food Box at no cost to vulnerable individuals and families — prioritizing assistance for folks living on low income, seniors, folks who are socially isolated and/or dealing with disabilities or mental health challenges as well as new immigrant communities and those with health conditions.
  • Les Banques alimentaires du Québec: Front line service (food aid) to provide food to vulnerable people.
  • Food Banks Canada: Serving the population via a network of 600 food banks.
  • Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta: Direct assistance and support for families who have either lost their jobs, or in isolation and about to lose their jobs, so they do not lose their housing as well.
  • Care Canada: Active internationally, providing hygiene supplies, food, and public health education.
  • Moisson Montreal: Providing food to economically vulnerable populations.
  • Desafío Levantemos Chile: Implementing a comprehensive plan to provide rapid testing and sampling, mobile clinics, and medical equipment within Chile. Providing medical kits for health professionals, the elderly, and families who are most affected.  Desafío Levantemos Chile is also providing online training and providing grants to entrepreneurs to train in their areas of interest. In addition, virtual well being activities will be promoted and shared with the community. 
  • Tulia's Giving Fund (Fundación Maach Den de Bogotá): Maach Den Foundation is providing food and essential supplies (diapers and cleaning products) for the community during the pandemic. All contributions to Tulia’s Giving Fund are directed to Fundación Maach Den de Bogota.
  • Asociación Hogar Manos de JesusProviding relief to individuals in their elder care home, buying medications, food, and items to protect healthcare workers.
  • Fundación Crisálida Internacional: Glasswing continues to provide relief where it is most needed. Among the assistance Glasswing can provide- with your support- are, for example: Non-perishable food items to reduce food insecurity, personal hygiene kits and cleaning supplies to decrease potential health risks, activity kits to engage families in enrichment activities during this time of isolation, guides, materials and virtual support to promote positive mental health and reduce the risks of intrafamilial violence, medical equipment and protective gear for healthcare providers, psychosocial support to individuals in isolation or suffering emotional stress through hotline and digital platforms, such as WhatsApp, Facebook and WebX.  Virtual workshops on physical and emotional stress management with our Practical Guide for Coping with COVID.
  • Fundación Hogar de Esperanza: Continued medical support for patients with chronic illness, and financial assistance to purchase food and basic necessities for patients who are unable to work due to lockdown and their families. Populations receiving aid during the crisis also include young mothers with children, the elderly, and young men and women who were living on the streets.
  • Ecuador Future Fund: Supporting the most vulnerable populations in the Central Andes, periphery of Quito and Amazon regions with food items and cash transfers, and thereby finance their social distancing (target: 150,000 people).  Supplying Personal Protection Equipment to healthcare providers and serological tests/TR-PCR for testing centers. Establishing and supporting the Ecuadorian Red Cross to manage Triage Centers for patients requiring  preliminary evaluation, and thereby alleviating the strain on public hospitals. Supplying equipment to the main hospitals in Guayaquil. This is an Area of Interest Fund at CAF America and grantees will be validated before grants are disbursed.
  • Galapagos Beat Fund: This campaign seeks to support the approximately 3,000 residents of the Galapagos Islands (10% of the population) that are in mainland Ecuador and cannot return to their homes. As a result of the health emergency, all flights to the islands were cancelled in mid March immediately before these residents could complete their travel home. At the moment, these residents are looking at a phased return program under established strict health control protocols lead by the Government Council of the Galapagos.
  • Egyptian Food BankThe deterioration of the economic status due to COVID-19 has affected a large number of employees and workers, especially day labor, whose daily pattern was and will be negatively affected more than any other criteria of workers. Providing 19,625 families with food packs. These food boxes will be delivered to the needy during the coming two to three weeks.
  • Mekedonia Home for the Elderly and Mentally Displaced: Mekedonia Home for the Elderly and Mentally Disabled has a strong pace of growth and needy people are admitted to the center every day. We are continuously striving to help more people and improve the quality of care given to our current residents. Currently we are on process of picking up additional 2,000 new helpless and elderly people who are highly at risk for the current COVID-19 Pandemic from the streets and we have also planned to increase our residents to 10,000 people.  We are also providing  a feeding program for our beneficiaries.
  • Médecins Sans Frontières: Setting up activities to help detect and manage COVID-19 cases among the most vulnerable populations in Paris and the surrounding region.
  • La Fédération Française des Banques Alimentaires: Food and medical supply.
  • Sorbonne University Partnership Foundation: Support for work completed by COVID-19 research teams at Sorbonne University.
  • SOS Villages d'Enfants France: Providing PPE for families and children in care of organization.
  • La Croix-Rouge Française: Support for hospital, medico-social and social structures, and public emergency services which are on the front line in the face of the epidemic (reception, telephone cell, orientation and transport, in particular in support of SAMU).  The protection of vulnerable people whose isolation is increased by confinement measures (strengthening of the marauders, setting up an exceptional listening device and local solidarity actions, management of specialized accommodation centers for people who are homeless and ill patients of Covid-19).
  • Dessine-moi un mouton: Providing food aid, shelter, and psychological support, primarily to migrants from sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Association Nationale de Developpement des Epiceries Solidaires (ANDES): ANDES develops innovative solutions to contribute to a sustained integration of people in precarious situations around the access to quality food for all. Our main objectives are: 1. Make sure that people in precarious situations can have access to a diversified and quality food. 2. Coordinate and develop the network of social grocery stores. Support the employees and volunteers and help them professionalize their approach. 3. Contribute to the professional and social reintegration of long-term unemployed people. 4. Contribute to reduce food waste.
  • Secours Populaire Francais: During the sanitary crisis linked to the coronavirus, precarious people are part of those most affected by confinement. SPF maintains and continues its solidarity activities by refocusing on emergency food aid, maintaining social ties and educational support. The needs identified by SPF are as follows: need to buy and reorganize the distribution of food products, need to buy sanitary and hygienic equipment, need to maintain social links, need to provide educational help.
  • Bo Charity Foundation (Food Angel): Food rescue and assistance program for the elderly and low-income families.
  • Feeding Hong Kong Limited: Supplying food to those who are unable to access it because of the outbreak.
  • OXFAM Hong Kong: Distributing protective medical supplies and food.
  • Hong Kong Council of Social ServiceAs a NGO platform, the Hong Kong Council of Social Service is currently leading a special project to purchase epidemic materials and allocate to over 1,500 NGO centres.
  • Hope Worldwide (Hong Kong): Supplying medical protective gear to populace.
  • Save the Children Hong Kong Limited: Focusing on fulfilling the needs of those children who are from low income families, those with disabilities, those facing a heightened risk of exposure (e.g. children living in subdivided flats) & immunocompromised children by supplying 50,000 children face masks to them so that they can be protected from the coronavirus when they need to go outdoors.
  • Caring For Children Foundation Limited: Purchasing and dispatching surgical face masks and goodie bags (including food, sanitizers, antiseptic hand wash etc.) to those who live in high risk areas and to those with chronic diseases or illness.
  • Hong Kong Unison Limited: Free distribution of hand sanitizers and surgical face masks; planning to support remote learning including providing internet, tablets, and online tutorial sessions.
  • Hong Kong Red Cross: Since January 2020, the HKRC continues responding actively to the situation and disseminating health and hygiene knowledge, distributing relief supplies and providing psychological support service to anyone in need.
  • Akshaya Patra Foundation: Distributing food aid to the economically vulnerable.
  • Hungarian Red Cross: Providing credible information to the general public and promoting activities such as blood donation, volunteering, or social assistance. Purchase and delivery of protective equipment and disinfectants: this includes, for example, providing protective equipment for staff and volunteers in social and child protection institutions; cooperation, care and assistance with the communities concerned; in cooperation with municipalities, care for the elderly, quarantined persons who are unable to provide for themselves; informing the public online and informing people, especially the elderly, who do not have online facilities; production of information publications; provision of psycho-social assistance; blood donation assistance; provision of social benefits.
  • CAF India:  Working to add to the capacity of the government health facilities by providing equipment (test kits, if possible ventilators etc) and non-medicine supplies; raising community awareness raising via NGO partners; and supplying preventive kits for old age and other vulnerable groups via our NGO partners.
  • GOONJ: Providing families with kits of essentials (such as food rations) and initiative kits to support rural/local livelihood to around 10,000 people across rural/low income group urban areas India.
  • Agrasar: Providing food aid and hygiene supplies to migrant workers left unemployed by lockdown.
  • HelpAge India: Providing public health education, and distributing hygiene supplies to the elderly.
  • Aid India: Distributing funds to community volunteers so that they can buy relief supplies based on specific community needs.
  • Forum for Organized Resource Conservation & Enhancement (FORCE): Hand Washing and Hygiene promotion messaging and new practices to ensure that the risk of spread of the pandemic is reduced as much as possible.  Helping to create new water and sanitation infrastructure to reduce crowding of people in poor communities.
  • The Avasar Foundation: Providing emergency financial aid to daily wage workers who have lost opportunity to earn their livelihood due the current lockdown.
  • Visthar Trust: Providing essential survival kits consisting of food, water and medicines to the marginalised and impoverished people in villages.
  • Oxfam India: Providing health education, sanitation supplies and infrastructure, and economic support throughout India
  • Gujarat Mahila Housing Sewa Trust: Operating extensive public health education programs, along with manufacturing and distributing sanitation needs, and supporting the implementation of telecommuting when possible.
  • SalGo Assist: Working with partners in India, specifically, in Bapatla town and the surrounding villages, to assist the community with rice, dal, cooking oil, and soap to last for approx. one week. Depending how long the lockdown continues and funds are available they will add fruit for the children. (Registered in the UK, program work within India).
  • Plan International India: Providing food and hygiene supply rations to economically vulnerable families unable to support themselves due to the lockdown.
  • Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust: Operating a hospital wing dedicated to covid care, and providing medical supplies and logistics support to the Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh.
  • Suyam Charitable Trust: Providing food, grocery kits, and medical kits to those in need.
  • Yayasan Fajar Sejahtera Indonesia: Educating public on outbreak, supplying medical equipment and PPE, assissting vulnerable individuals with day to day life, and running support services for child engagement.
  • Yayasan Plan International Indonesia: Providing hygiene products,  clean water for sanitation, and public education in vulnerable areas.
  • Yayasan CEMPAKA Education Centre:  To reduce  and  prevent  the  spread  of  the  Covid-19  outbreak  and  also  the  socio- economic impacts of people and workers in 10 cities in Indonesia.  Prevention  activities include spraying  disinfectants,  providing  hand  washing  facilities,  the distribution of masks and medical wear for medical workers who work. In addition, the centre will distribute at least 50,000 food packages to the poor in these regions.
  • Third Age Foundation Clg: Providing mental health support and outbreak information for seniors and non-English speaking migrants.
  • Barretstown: Providing virtual social engagement for critically ill children in isolation.
  • The Saoirse Foundation: Transporting vulnerable, critically ill children to medical facilities for treatment in sterilized vehicles.
  • Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation: Providing in home care for critically ill children who are vulnerable to the outbreak.
  • Focus Ireland: Supporting the 10,000+ homeless people, including nearly 4,000 children, plus the thousands of people on the cusp of homelessness throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Providing hot food, nutrition packs, activity packs, medical attention, information and accommodation services to homeless people across Ireland - including a cocooning facility to protect elderly people from the virus.S
  • Irish Red CrossAssisting the public and members to combat the public health threat of COVID–19.
  • Cope (Crisis Housing Caring Support) Ltd.: Providing food aid, mental health support, and living assistance to elderly and homeless.
  • ActionAid International Italia Onlus: Online community platform to match needs across the region with supply for psychological support, e-learning, and delivery of goods. Also, addressing the increase in gender based domestic violence (known to increase during times of crisis and economic hardship).
  • Associazione della Croce Rossa Italiana (Association of the Italian Red Cross)Providing emergency services, health services, psychological support, public health education, outbreak surveillance, health screenings, transportation services to health facilities, and medical equipment in the form of: protective suits, googles, gloves, shoe covers, thermo scanners, thermometers, and hospital set up (beds, curtains, power units etc).
  • DYNAMO Camp: Therapeutic Recreation Lab activities for children and teens that are affected by chronic diseases at home. Reaching people via digital network technologies and instruments such as Facebook Live Sessions to offer Therapeutic Recreation.
  • OXFAM Italia: Oxfam, in full compliance with the Ministerial Decrees , immediately activated itself also to preserve the health of its workers and of all the people with whom and for whom it works, in Italy and abroad. Support for hospitals, schools, families, and asylum seekers to avoid the spread of the infection.
  • Associazione Banco Alimentare della Lombardia: Maintaining existing food delivery programs for those hit by shortages.
  • Emergency Ong Onlus: Enhanced a multi-dimensional social and medical intervention. In the Lombardy region, providing support to patients and front-line medical responders in high-risk and quarantine areas. In Bergamo, the province hit worst by the epidemic, working in the Intensive Care Unit of the newly set up field hospital solely dedicated to treating patients affected by COVID-19. Activated protection and prevention programs for reception centers hosting homeless people, refugees, and unaccompanied minors. Providing support to the National Health System to contain the number of infections and minimize the impact of the epidemic in hospital facilities.
  • Fondazione Francesca Rava NPH Italia: Helping ICU of Policlinico di Milano in Milan, the northern part of Italy.   Developing a new ICU area, entirely dedicated to COVID-19 treatment. Support required for diagnostic and care equipment and ICU beds.  Also preparing for the emergency in Haiti, supporting the St. Damien Hospital, the only free-access paediatric hospital of the country with a maternity unit.
  • Una Mano per un Sorriso: Distribution of basic needs for the elderly in Italy.  Distribution of "cold emergency kits" in a refugee camp within Syria. Distributing sanitation supplies in Kenya.
  • Banco Alimentare del Piemonte Onlus: Providing food aid in the Piedmont region of Italy.
  • Consorzio Farsi Prossimo Società Cooperativa Sociale Onlus: Organizing quarantine for people ill in reception/shelter centres and workers.
  • Federazione Italiana degli Organismi per le Persone senza Dimora: Providing support to people without homes during the coronavirus emergency.
  • Save the Children Italy: Save the Children Italia (STC IT) is focusing their actions on food vouchers for children whose families have begun to experience a negative impact on their income. STC is also focusing on the education and psychological components: 1.Support for study, reduction of the learning loss through 200 tablets purchase and distribution. 2.Psychological support to the most affected schools.
  • Regione Lombardia:  Acquisition of goods and services necessary for the regional health service structures to be used in COVID-19 emergency response activities, as well as the implementation of civil protection interventions in relation to the emergency. In particular: masks, protective suits, gloves, overshoes, swabs, protective suits, disinfectants and instruments necessary for healthcare facilities, doctors, nurses and staff to better treat the sick and limit the chances of infection.
  • Leket Israel: Rescuing crops that would go otherwise unharvested due to outbreak and providing food aid using purchases and rescued supplies.
  • Paamonim: Economic counseling services for low and middle income families.
  • Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management: Medical supplies, meals, supplying relief items to medical facilities and children's centers.
  • Family House: Donating supplies, helping families stuck in Japan because of travel bans (specifically, families with children who came for medical treatment).
  • Second Harvest Japan: Securing larger food supplies to help food shortages and people otherwise unable to get adequate nutrition because of the crisis.
  • Tokyo English Life Line: Helping english speakers not fluent in Japanese stay informed during the crisis by running a support phone line.
  • HOPE International Development Agency Japan: Developing water sanitation systems and better community hand washing practices in Cambodia and Ethiopia.
  • Safisha Africa Welfare FoundationSupplying food, PPE, and economic support to vulnerable families in low income communities.
  • St. John Bosco Educational Trust: Supplying meals to children who relied on school lunches but now stay at home due to closures.
  • Food for Education FoundationSupplying meals to children who relied on school lunches but now stay at home due to closures.
  • Safe Spaces Nairobi: Controlling the spread of the outbreak in slums through public education and provision of PPE.
  • Nashulai Maasai Conservancy: Providing food to approximately 5,000 individuals (2,000 within the Conservancy and 3,000 in neighbouring villages);; as well as working to plant vegetable gardens, set up greenhouses, provide educational details on the COVID-19 virus and how to stop the spread of the disease (including making and distributing hand sanitizers) and providing a safe place for anyone needing to be quarantined while they recover from the virus.
  • Lebanese Red Cross: Purchase of personal protective equipment for ambulance volunteers (masks, protective uniforms, protective boots, and disinfection equipment).
  • Asociación Mexicana de Transformación Rural Y Urbana A.C.: Running hygiene workshops and engaging in public education for rural and low income communities.
  • Alimento Para Todos I.A.PEngaging in hunger relief efforts and reducing food waste of perishables that are left unpurchased during panic buying.
  • Asociación Mexicana de Bancos de Alimentos, A.C. (BAMX): Helping feed more than 1.4 million Mexicans in 27 States of the country during the COVID-19 emergency, through its 55 food banks nationwide Ensuring continuity of food supply for those facing economic hardship or shortages.
  • Cruz Roja Mexicana I.A.P: Implementing “The National Response and Bio-contingency Plan” and launching a communication campaign, about personal health-care and prevention for COVID19 symptoms. The campaign will be shared within the most vulnerable communities.
  • Fondo Unido México (United Way Mexico): Taking action for those who are being most affected by the isolation and prevention measures. Identified two critical issues that families will be facing during the time of confinement. On one hand, over 55% of people in Mexico live day by day, without savings and depending on informal jobs for their income. On the other, as Mexican culture revolves around people and family, staying at home can bring several emotional and psychological complications. Immediate response plan focuses on 3 intervention strategies: emotional guide to promote healthy dynamics during the period of confinement, provide families with food and hygiene ítems and ensure that communities have access to medical information regarding the spread of the coronavirus.
  • Save The Children Mexico (Fundación Mexicana de Apoyo Infantil A.C.): Engaging in a multifaceted response, including public health education, mental health support, distribution of hygienic supplies, and economic aid for vulnerable families.
  • Un Kilo de Ayuda: Ensuring that all children under the age of 5 in Mexico have full child development. During this time, we are adhering to the protocols and safety and hygiene measures outlined by the WHO and health authorities and continuing to assist families with the best hygiene and health practices and deliver food packages within the community in a safe manner.
  • EFFETA: Ensuring education continuity for the most economically challenged kids with disabilities, offering long-distance education resources along with emotional support for them and their families, and providing teachers and scholars with internet access and computers, if necessary.

Banque Alimentaire du Maroc (Morocco Foodbank): Purchasing food for families  who have fallen on hard times with this lockdown.  With 50,000 US $ we can buy 1,667  baskets of basic foods. Each basket can help a family for 5-6 days.

  • Visible Impact: Part of a network that is actively engaged in coronavirus awareness, material distribution, countering false news, and preparing human resources.
  • The Small World: In the First Phase of our outreach effort, The Small World, in coordination  with local governments (for transparency and to prevent duplication) has provided basic support to the communities we’ve worked with for the last 14 years; these supplies, which include rice, lentils, soap, oil, and baby food, have to date benefited over 2,000 families for 15 days. We also continue to take care of our 35 girls in the Hope Home in Kathmandu and 40 girls for higher education in Solukhumbhu, along with our hundreds of sponsored children.
  • Stichting Human Aid Now: Supporting the homeless community that has lost access to social services due to crisis, through provision of food, shelter, and other essentials.
  • Netherlands Red Cross: We offer support in all non-medical tasks in hospitals, field hospitals, and nursing and care homes.  Running a helpline for people with a limited social network who may experience practical problems once in quarantine or home isolation.  Also coordinating volunteer work, collecting protective and medical supplies for the National Network for Acute Care (LNAZ) and the Association for Public Health and Safety in the Netherlands (GGD GHOR), supporting food banks by bringing food to beneficiaries, and providing shelter for homeless and undocumented migrants.
  • Stichting Voedselbanken Nederland (Netherlands Food Bank): The Food Bank and it's clients are confronted with huge challenges as a result of the corona crisis. Some food banks have been forced to close as many of our volunteers are in a risk category because of their age. Some food banks have suffered from shortage of food supply due to panic buying. Currently supplies are catching up but are in general not back at normal levels.  The Dutch Foodbank has decided to establish an Emergency Fund. This will enable us to offer the food banks the means to continue to operate to help the poorest people to access food.
  • Youthline Auckland Charitable Trust: Crisis helpline support services by text, phone and email for young people in need. Mental health issues represent 50% of issues presented. The coronavirus pandemic has already produced an increase in contacts from young people distressed about the impact of the pandemic.
  • ReliefAid: Providing shelter support to families affected by the Coronavirus and living in Syrian displacement camps.
  • Kiwi Harvest: Providing food for elderly and vulnerable people confined to their homes.
  • New Zealand Red Cross: Red Cross team members are supporting healthcare workers at the local community-based assessment centre, where people can come if they think they are unwell, to get a check and test with minimal contact. Also working to ensure that the vulnerable population continues to receive meals and have some level of human interaction during this four-week period of national isolation.
  • Open Education Resource Foundation: To minimise the impact of COVID-19, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and the OERu are joining forces with the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) and the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) to support education institutions around the world transitioning to online learning using open educational resources (OER).
  • Leap Africa: LEAP is responding to the pandemic by supporting the most vulnerable in our country, working through our network of 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 about the preventive measures to adopt to prevent infection and spread. This is a wide-spread action to reach thousands of low-income families.
  • Citizens Foundation: Providing supplies to medical professionals and economic support to vulnerable families.
  • Pintando una Sonrisa: We provide medical workers as well as policemen with food and supplies such as N95 masks, gloves and others that are needed to fight this pandemic.  We are also starting a program to help out very poor neighborhoods with food baskets so they can feed their families during this quarantine period. 
  • Fundación Pedro y Angélica de Osma Gildemeister: The foundation seeks to ensure a high quality balanced diet and protect children with Down Syndrome, children without parental care, and the elderly in a state of abandonment and vulnerability who do not have income and government support from the spread of COVID-19.  Likewise, the foundation continues to support social aid institutions in extreme poverty (35) to whom they have provided monthly help for many years.
  • Philippines Business for Social Progress: Aid to affected low income urban communities.
  • Rose CGI: Supplying food and medical assistance to low income families.
  • World Vision Development Foundation: Emergency response includes 1) Family Sanitation Kits for the underprivileged  2) Personal Protective Equipment for health workers 3) Disinfectants for health facilities within the community.
  • Young Focus Foundation: Providing food distribution.
  • Rise Against Hunger Philippines: Procuring and distributing food items to healthcare workers in a government designated COVID-19 reference hospital. Family grocery packs will be distributed to 300 doctors and nurses to help them during the food crisis brought about by the lockdown in the Philippines.
  • Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) Russia: The fund will provide financial support to the efforts of frontline responders - NGOs across Russia to stop the spread of the new COVID-19 and help those most affected by the pandemic and its economic consequences, while still remaining effective and resilient organizations.  The fund will address the needs of elderly people and adults with disabilities, other vulnerable groups that are affected by the crisis, people who lost their employment temporarily or permanently, people who continue working in the pandemic, and social entrepreneurs and self-employed people who experience difficulties due to the general recession in the economy and lockdown.
  • Life Community Services Society: Financial support for low-income families affected by economic crisis.
  • The Food Bank Singapore Ltd: Supplying food to those unable to afford it because of the many shutdowns.
  • SingHealth Fund Limited: Funding research on the virus and helping healthcare workers with morale and access to supplies (issues with healthcare workers being turned away at stores for fear of infection).
  • World Vision International: Promoting preventive measures to stop or slow COVID-19 spread by targeting households and communities, along with setting up public handwashing stations, and distributing soap, sanitiser, and masks appropriately, supporting home education, providing PPE to healthcare workers, and helping to run isolation centres.
  • Singapore Red Cross: SRC provided disaster relief aid to China and is also currently taking steps locally to safeguard its beneficiaries, as well as volunteers and employees working on-the-go, across its local social services. Preventive measures include: providing TransportAid drivers and Medical Chaperones with masks and gloves, equipping all transporters with hand sanitisers, and conducting daily disinfection of all vehicles.
  • Africa Food For Thought: Providing food and hygiene supplies to needy families.
  • Clouds Of Hope Residential Care Centre Section 21 Company: Providing activities for critically ill children being isolated in care facility.
  • Thandanani Children's FoundationProviding food aid and hygiene supplies.
  • The Click Foundation Trust: Providing food parcels to rural schools, providing cooked meals to be distributed through a network of community activists in the area, providing protective gear (masks and sanitizing products) for students, teachers, and facilitators to prepare for when schools reopen, and promoting home learning content to parents via a platform they can access with content that is somewhat suited to lower bandwidth environments (very few will have a laptop at home and they will have limited data available).
  • South African Red Cross Society: Disaster relief activities to support the impact of Covid 19 on the South African population. The grant will be used to provide food security in the form of hot meals and food parcels for the most vulnerable populations in South African. The need for these identified activities are as a result of the lockdown which has been implemented by the South African Government to curb the spread of Covid 19. The impact of the lockdown has resulted in the vulnerable population groups being unable to access food.
  • South African Red Cross Society: Disaster relief activities to support the impact of Covid 19 on the South African population. The grant will be used to provide food security in the form of hot meals and food parcels for the most vulnerable populations in South African. The need for these identified activities are as a result of the lockdown which has been implemented by the South African Government to curb the spread of Covid 19. The impact of the lockdown has resulted in the vulnerable population groups being unable to access food.
  • ChildFund Korea: Direct economic support and aid packages for economically disadvantaged children.
  • Cruz Roja Española: Disseminate prevention and containment measures, identifying concerns and beliefs to clarify hoaxes and false news, expand health capacities supporting the health system, and education and employment support.
  • Fundació Privada de Hospital Asil de Granollers: Treating patients in the ICU.
  • Infancia Solidaria: Sending volunteers to assist in hospitals.
  • Asociacion Manos de Ayuda Social: Feeding those who are economically impacted by the crisis.
  • Fundacion Intermon Oxfam: Extensive relief operations in Jordan, Myanmar, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, Gaza, Bangladesh, Uganda, Burkina Faso, Guatemala, Syria, and Southern Sudan.
  • Médicos Sin Fronteras España: Funds will be used to purchase medical supplies and pay salaries for doctors helping to deal with COVID-19.
  • Fundación Educación y Cooperación, EDUCO: The serious health crisis caused by COVID 19 and the consequent closure of schools, has forced us to urgently adapt our School Lunchroom Program to ensure the feeding of children in their homes, and make the confinement in which we are all, not have to be even harder for thousands of children in our country. Since the beginning of the crisis, we have made ourselves available to the government and the different administrations to collaborate in the search for alternatives and support measures to protect the most vulnerable families and children. We are working with the educational centers and social entities, to evaluate the dimension of the problem, and to find urgent measures to guarantee the protection, the feeding and the well-being of the children during this exceptional period and to make the amount of the scholarships arrive to all the families of our projects.
  • Sri Lankan Red Cross: The Sri Lanka Red Cross persists in its endeavor to raise awareness through the mobilization of its 25 branches across the island – the goals of promoting personal hygiene and respiratory hygiene being among the primary ones. Various communication materials regarding the methods of curtailing the epidemic have been distributed widely for the purpose of educating the public.  In addition to this, tokens of personal protection equipment (including but not limited to, protective kits and masks) have been disbursed to the relevant governmental institutions like the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (IDH) and Base Hospitals throughout the country.
  • Stottepelaren: Providing food and public health education for existing asylum seekers that are left unsupported by the outbreak.
  • Operation Mercy: Providing food aid to families in North Macedonia.
  • International Organization for Migration: Combating misinformation, xenophobia and stigmatization through informational campaigns; increasing access to water and hygiene measures to vulnerable populations; enhancing health surveillance services and medical screenings at border entry points; providing medical supplies and accurate information to at-risk communities; strengthening cross-border coordination to minimize the risk of contagion; and providing capacity building and trainings to governments..
  • ETH Foundation: Supporting fast-track research in relation to Covid-19 at ETH Zurich
  • International Social Service: Coordinating extensive, global response to provide both public health education and mental health support to the general populace
  • International Committee of the Red Cross: Overseeing relief efforts across the developing world, primarily in conflict zones.  Providing healthcare in Syria, Lebanon, Mali, South Sudan, Nigeria, Central African Republic, and Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Pro Juventute: Running mental health support hotlines for those struggling with anxiety and isolation as a result of the outbreak and of measures taken to contain it.
  • Save the Children - Organisation für die Rechte der Kinder SuisseHandwashing (distributing soap, hand sanitisers and other critical hygiene supplies), healthcare and mental health services (pre-positioning extra essential supplies), education (preparing tools for caregivers and child friendly spaces), identifying and monitoring vulnerable households and working to provide extra support, preparing refugee camps by distributing hygiene kits, and informing communities and health workers.
  • UNICEF - SwitzerlandProviding medical supplies and PPE, educating public about best hygiene practices, maintaining healthcare access for vulnerable populations for non-outbreak related issues, despite reduced capacity caused by outbreak, maintaining education and social services for vulnerable populations, providing economic support for vulnerable populations, and researching nature of secondary impacts (Impacts other than people getting sick from Covid-19, e.g. economic hardship from lockdowns, reduced healthcare capacity for other issues, mental health issues from isolation).
  • ETH Foundation: Supporting fast-track research in relation to Covid-19 at ETH Zurich.
  • International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies: Support for the National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in health care, prepositioning of goods, risk communication, lessons learned from global network of local responders, cash grants for families, and mitigating impacts of large outbreaks.
  • Schweizerisches Rotes Kreuz - Croix-Rouge Suisse: The Swiss Red Cross has set up a relief fund to help the victims of the Covid-19 pandemic in Switzerland as quickly as possible.  In order to protect people belonging to the risk group (i.e. elderly people and people of all ages with severe underlying health conditions) the Red Cross is implementing a grocery shopping service throughout Switzerland. It is a service for the most vulnerable who do not have access to other delivery services. The volunteers who deliver groceries allow the most vulnerable to remain within the safety of their homes, which helps to save lives during this crisis. In addition, the Swiss Red Cross is providing psycho-social counselling for volunteers and hand disinfectant and single use gloves for 720 volunteers/month.
  • Croix Rouge Genevoise: Supporting childcare for medico-social staff: "Chaperon Rouge" service continues to operate and absolute priority is given to the children of hospital and home help and care service staff. The objective is to support the medico-social staff and allow them to continue working.  In addition Croix Rouge Genevoise provides interpreters to people in need and particularly within hospitals so that vital health workers and patients can fully understand each other.
  • Temel Ihtiyac Dernegi (TIDER): Food and basic supplies such as hygiene and baby products will be purchased and distributed to the people in need via TIDER Food Banking Network in Turkey.  Funds will support additional staff time, extra employees, rental fee for a van and trucks for distribution as well as masks, plastic gloves and  sanitation products.  A warehouse will also be rented for 4 months for the operation.

Friends-International: Providing immediate life-saving support (food, hygiene materials etc.) and protection for children and families; adapting our services to continue to offer protection and reintegration services in this new context, and preparing for the long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts, including through employment support and job placement for those who have lost their livelihoods. Friends-International operates within Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, and Switzerland.

Labour Rights Promotion Network Foundation: LPN is currently working to provide assistance to migrant workers who are being laid off and are without food and shelter and are also with inadequate understanding about disease prevention by educating them and providing survival bags with food and necessities and face masks in order to take care of the children of migrant workers (Myanmese, Lao and Cambodian) around the country.

  • Uganda Red Cross Society: To provide Covid-19 Relief Support to enable most vulnerable households and individuals living in informal settlements/slum areas in Kampala metropolitan area to meet their minimum food requirements during the COVID-19 partial lock-down period, and ensure that they do not resort to harmful coping strategies, that eventually exposes them to risk of infection with the novel Coronavirus.  A specific target group of 466 individual mothers with children under five and lactating mothers shall also be reached.
  • Foundation Blagomay: Helping to provide ambulances and hospitals, which are the front line of COVID contacts in Ukraine with the necessary individual medical protection means. Helping provide protection for doctors, who work in hospitals, and ambulance crews.  In the framework of program we can supply individual protection for doctors and medical staff in 4 key regions of Ukraine: Kyiv, Lviv, Odessa, Mykolaiv.
  • Save the Children Federation: Training health teams worldwide how to protect themselves and prevent further spread of the disease, supplying the personal protective equipment and other supplies frontline health staff desperately need, and protecting children and families that may be separated due to quarantine.
  • International Medical Corps: Working with the WHO to leverage its relationships with local and national ministries of health in more than 30 countries to provide expertise, equipment, training, and triage and treatment services.
  • Direct Relief InternationalIn the U.S.,delivering protective masks – along with exam gloves and isolation gowns – to health care organizations in areas with confirmed COVID-19 cases. In China, delivering more than 30,000 pounds of protective gear — nearly 800,000 N95 and surgical masks, more than 400,000 gloves, and numerous coveralls, face shields, and shoe covers — to frontline health workers. Direct Relief is also staging personal protective equipment with regional response agencies across the world, including in the Caribbean and South America through the Pan American Health Organization.
  • American Red Cross: Providing critical relief services, maintaining a sufficient supply of blood to help patients.
  • Meals on Wheels America: Continued food and wellness checks for homebound elderly.
  • United Nations Foundation: Supporting immediate global efforts to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline health workers get essential supplies and information to respond. Working with the WHO to gather critical data about the virus itself and its spread as well as guide and coordinate scientists around the world to rapidly develop potential treatments, diagnostic tests, and a vaccine.
  • Heart to Heart International: Deploying a medical team to the Marshall Islands to prepare ahead of potential COVID-19 (Coronavirus) infections on the islands.
  • Feeding America: Food security.
  • Project HOPE - The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc: Following our response in China, Project HOPE has expanded our strategy globally. We are providing healthcare workers with a COVID-19 specific training program, procuring critical protective and lifesaving equipment, and providing surge staffing support to increase medical capacity in select regions.
  • United States Fund for UNICEF: In addition to sending vital supplies, UNICEF is leading on preventative actions in communities to protect children’s health and the health of parents and caregivers so that they can continue to keep children safe. UNICEF is providing hygiene and medical kits to schools and health clinics and monitoring the impact of the outbreak to support continuity of care, education and social services.
  • National Domestic Workers Alliance: Immediate financial support for domestic workers to enable them to stay home and healthy — protecting themselves, their families and their communities while slowing the spread of the Coronavirus.
  • One Fair Wage Action: Providing cash assistance to low-wage restaurant workers.
  • NOMI Network: Providing PPE, health education, and necessary supplies to economically vulnerable women in rural India.
  • Team Rubicon: Assisting with emergency services alongside local, state, and federal partners. Establishing operations across the country, focusing on local need. Services include delivery of critical supplies, feeding community members in need, and staffing testing stations.
  • LifeNet International: Preparing health facility partners (220 facilities) to prevent, diagnose, and treat coronavirus.  Also helping to prepare facilities to educate their vulnerable communities. Programs implemented in Uganda, DRC, Malawi, Burundi, and Kenya.
  • Plan International USA: Working closely with and supporting  national governments by taking part in in-country coordination mechanisms. These fora provide opportunities to develop standard guidance, identify gaps in programs and to work together with peer agencies, Government and UN to reduce the impact of COVID-19. Providing messaging about best hygiene practices, hygiene kits, handwashing stations and health-related supplies. Intensifying support and taking preventative measures within existing refugees and displaced persons camps where the effects of the virus will be far worse. Working with teachers, parents, health care providers and partners to ensure children, particularly girls, get the support they need during this crisis. Also working with country offices in Asia, Middle East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa, the America, and Asia and the Pacific.
  • Avina Americas Leveraging experience coordinating regional collaborative efforts across sectors in order to support the most vulnerable populations during this crisis, including migrants, grassroots recyclers, indigenous groups, communities without access to clean and safe water, and informal workers. In coordination with partners and experts, Avina Americas is determining the most urgent needs among these groups and gathering information regarding the health and medical resources that are currently available at local levels. Setting up an emergency relief fund for some of these vulnerable groups and/or small and medium enterprises that are being affected by this global crisis.
  • USA For UNHCR: USA for UNHCR protects refugees and empowers them with hope and opportunity. Supporting UNHCR — the UN Refugee Agency — and its partners, USA for UNHCR provides lifesaving essentials, including shelter, water, food, safety and protection.  USA for UNHCR is with refugees from their greatest time of need – from emergency or crisis and beyond through the months and years that many are displaced from their home countries.
  • Emergency USA: EMERGENCY USA is supporting EMERGENCY ONG ONLUS work in Italy as well as preparing for a response to prevent the virus from spreading and to protect patients and health workers from COVID-19 in Afghanistan, northern Iraq, Sierra Leone and Sudan.
  • Foundation for the Carolinas (E4E Relief): E4E Relief helps compassionate companies support their employees in need and build good will in their communities by administering charitable grants and managing employee relief programs.  The Brave of Heart Fund will provide charitable grants for surviving families of healthcare workers who lose their lives while caring for others during COVID-19 pandemic.  The fund will support families of fallen healthcare workers who need help bearing the burden of the economic impact of losing their loved ones to COVID-19 – loss of income, funeral expenses or medical bills.
  • Flexport.org: Tackling one of the biggest challenges of global COVID-19 relief efforts: transportation. Donations cover the cost of shipments for response organizations to ensure logistics is never the blocker for delivering aid.
  • Hope for Haiti: Implementing both short-term and long-term strategies to help Haitians prepare for and mitigate the social, economic, and health impacts caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the recent shifts in human behavior.
  • British Red Cross Society:  Working with the National Emergencies Trust who will work with community foundations to ensure the money reaches local charities which will be able to help people most.  Those charities in turn will support individuals impacted by the outbreak. This is potentially a wide range of people dealing with the impact of illness, or social isolation, or loss of income.
  • Action Against Hunger: Providing healthcare - expanding water, sanitation, hygiene, and health programs to save more lives; specially in communities with struggling health systems
  • Trussell TrustSupport to food banks to provide practical support to people during the COVID-19 crisis.
  • UNICEF UK: Working to reduce the transmission of the virus by strengthening risk communication and tackling misinformation so that children, pregnant women and their families know how to prevent COVID-19 spread and where to seek assistance.
  • Oxfam Great BritainHelping people minimize the risk of infection by providing them with accurate information and advice in local languages.  Delivering soap, sanitation services including handwashing facilities, and clean water to those most at risk.
  • FareShare: Delivering food to 1 million people a week, many have been affected by the coronavirus.
  • Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity: Provision of emergency funds to families whose financial situation is adversely impacted by the child's health now exacerbated by the virus & working & travel restrictions.
  • Save the Children UK: Promoting handwashing - delivering soap, providing information on safe practices.  Equipping healthcare workers to handle the crisis and prevent misinformation about COVID-19.  Continuing education programmes online where possible, providing children with equipment to learn at home. Identifying vulnerable families, where women and girls may be most sharply affected.  Distributing hygiene kits for refugees and migrants.
  • University of Oxford: Vaccine development, drug research, medical device development, data analysis.
  • Magic Breakfast: Delivering breakfast foods to economically vulnerable children who rely on school meals.
  • SalGo Assist: Working with partners in India, specifically, in Bapatla town and the surrounding villages, to assist the community with rice, dal, cooking oil, and soap to last for approx. one week. Depending how long the lockdown continues and funds are available they will add fruit for the children.
  • Crisis UK: Delivering ‘essentials’ packages to homeless people. We’re providing people with mobiles, so they can keep in contact and follow health advice. And we’re keeping our services running, to ensure no-one is left isolated and in danger. A coordinated response will help more people, so we’re funding local charities and shelters, helping homeless organisations work together and reach more people who need us most.
  • Charities Aid Foundation (United Kingdom): We have recently launched the CAF Coronavirus Emergency Fund, a £5million grant programme. The fund provides grants of up to £10,000 to UK-based smaller charitable organisations that have been directly impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Many of the charitable organisations work with the homeless, vulnerable elderly, vulnerable children and young people. Additional charities are working to address mental health, domestic violence, and food distribution.
  • Cancer Research UK: Deploying resources, technology and expertise to support the national and global effort to beat COVID-19, whilst also advocating for critical measures to protect and support cancer patients, and engaging in research to find answers to fundamental questions about the coronavirus. providing COVID-19 testing to NHS staff across London, helping to combat the spread of infection and enabling key workers to return to their lifesaving duties.
  • The Coronavirus Mental Health Relief Fund: Get Active Online!: GET ACTIVE ONLINE! www.getactiveonline.org is a Covid-19 innovative and globally facing response from Intercultural Roots that provides live and interactive online health & wellbeing ‘embodied’ activities using Zoom Pro.  Funds are urgently required to i) support the physical and mental health & wellbeing of people in lock-down or staying at home, ii) pay those practitioner-teachers delivering GET ACTIVE ONLINE! who have lost work and have no other income.
  • The Circle of Women: Women, especially those in low-income countries, are disproportionately affected by COVID-19. They are the primary caregivers and often main breadwinners for their families. Many have lost their jobs and are unable to access healthcare facilities. Millions of women around the world, who suffer domestic abuse, now find themselves trapped alongside their abusers inside a home they are not permitted to leave. The Circle will support some of the most vulnerable women and girls in desperate circumstances worldwide, during the global crisis caused by COVID-19.
  • University of East Anglia: Creating critical equipment and vital supplies for UK National Health Service organisations and charities using leading-edge technologies and innovation. Pioneering research into future prevention and containment of outbreaks of COVID-19. Supporting hardship funding for those students in great need.
  • Rethink Food UK: Covid -19 Emergency Food Response to Support Families in Crisis.  Working across school communities in areas of high deprivation.  Increasing the support for schools and their communities through the provision of food.  Providing weekly deliveries to 25 schools. Each school will then distribute the food directly to those who most need it.
  • Bottletop Foundation: The BOTTLETOP FOUNDATION have set up the #TOGETHER FUND to raise money to ensure patients can access the care they need, as well as supporting disease prevention and frontline health workers across the globe. 50% of the funds we raise will go to COVID-19 Response Funds; split equally between UN COVID-19 Solidarity Fund for WHO and Médecins sans Frontières. 50% of the funds will go to the life-changing programmes addressing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals that are critical to our planet’s future.
  • Saigon Children's Charity CIO: Providing e-learning option to scholarship students since the schools are closed so they can keep up with their learning.  Providing online sessions and training to parents of children with autism to help them provide early intervention to their kids, who cannot go to the center anymore. Providing urgent support to families as they are losing their little income and struggling to make their end meets.