Ways to Support Nonprofit Organizations, Cultural and Educational Institutions, and Human Service Providers in Your Community
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Support for Nonprofit Organizations, Cultural and Educational Institutions, and Human Service Providers
The NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund is being administered by the New York Community Trust to support New York City-based social services and arts and cultural organizations that have been affected by the current coronavirus public health crisis. The Fund is initially capitalized at $75 million and will provide grants and interest-free loans to small and mid-size nonprofits to help them respond to emerging needs, cover losses associated with the disruption of their operations, and help them continue their critical work. Among social services groups, priority will be given to direct service providers, such as those supporting essential healthcare and food insecurity. In the arts and cultural sector, the Fund will provide support to small- and mid-size organizations that work from and are attentive to their communities. More information can be found here. For questions on the Fund or how to donate, please contact Lorie Slutsky at email@example.com Kerry McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New York Immigration Coalition has launched the #NYunitedFund to support the work of 140 member organizations that are providing services to immigrant communities that have been especially hard hit by loss of employment and illness. More information can be found here.
The Coalition for the Homeless is distributing meals and other essential items to people living on the street in addition to staffing a crisis hotline to help find shelter and meet other essential needs of the homeless. More information can be found here.
The New York City Fund for Public Schools is soliciting funds and equipment to support distance learning. More information on the Fund for Public Schools can be found here. Offers of corporate support can also be directed to Julie Shapiro at email@example.com.
The City University of New York has established the Chancellor’s Emergency Relief Fund to help students facing financial hardship during the COVID-19 crisis. The Fund is initially capitalized at $3.2 million and will distribute grants of $500 each to CUNY students who are coping with the severe economic fallout of COVID-19. More information can be found here and donations can be made here.
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