How You Can Help

City

New! Angeleno Card Campaign -- Provides direct and immediate financial assistance for individuals and families experiencing extreme financial hardship caused by a job loss, severe reduction of work hours, or furloughs

Logistics Victory LA (LOVLA) -- City of Los Angeles resource for linking suppliers of COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment with organizations in need of supplies

LA Protects -- A website from L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office that provides information for companies and organizations interested in producing and requesting essential protective gear for Angelenos during COVID-19

Donate Blood During COVID-19 Emergency Response -- Help save lives...healthy donors are encouraged to book an appointment!

Help Those Who Have No Place to Be "Safer at Home" -- The Midnight Mission needs your assistance to send a message of refuge to the Skid Row community by helping keep their doors open to all who go to them seeking relief

Sign Up for the City of Los Angeles Emergency Medical Corps -- The City of Los Angeles has a need for medical professionals to support a surge in medical cases across Los Angeles due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Sign Up for the LA COVID-19 Response Volunteer List -- The purpose of this form is to collect the contact information of prospective volunteers so that we can take action swiftly if the need arises

Donate to LA Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund -- The COVID-19 Crisis Fund will support critical needs identified by the City as it responds to the pandemic. The Mayor’s Fund, a 501c3, can quickly take in and disburse funds and is uniquely aligned with the City

 

State

New! Donate PPE -- This site is to help connect hospitals and healthcare professionals with their local communities

New! Check on Your Neighbors -- California Volunteers launched a Neighbor-to-Neighbor campaign focused on older adults and promoting ways to safely check on your neighbors, family and friends

Join the California Health Corps -- California is preparing for an increase in the number of people who urgently need health care in our communities during the COVID-19 outbreak. To meet this moment, the state is opening additional health care sites to treat people affected by COVID-19 and to relieve the pressure on our health care system by providing care for non-COVID-19 cases

Support a Nonprofit -- Philanthropy California’s disaster resilience team is coordinating with state agencies and partners to respond to the threat and potential impacts of COVID-19/Coronavirus. Check this page for updates on philanthropy’s response to the pandemic