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Across the country, private and public actors have quickly mobilized resources to help communities grappling with the emergency needs and economic fallout from the COVID-19 virus. According to the National Center for Family Philanthropy, the number of local funds supporting communities in distress now exceeds 200 nationwide.
LISC is actively curating funding opportunities and resources that may be helpful to our partners. Below is a list of funders organized by state that are now accepting – or soon will accept – applications from nonprofit organizations, businesses, and workers who need more support in this time of crisis.
- U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Loan Program
- National Center for Family Philanthropy’s COVID-19: Response and Recovery Resources for Giving Families
- Bank of America Commits $100 Million in Support of Communities Around the World Impacted by Coronavirus Pandemic
- Department of Justice: Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program
- Giving Compass: Coronavirus and COVID-19 Funds
- Good Jobs Institute: COVID-19 Worker Relief Funds, Company Actions, and Impact on Frontline Workers
- Rackspace is offering $10M in OpenStack Public Cloud Computing Resources
- Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation