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NEID has selected vetted funds that are helping to strengthen the global response to COVID-19.

CORONAVIRUS FUNDS

Global Impact set up an emergency fund for your company or give directly.

UN FOUNDATION, WHO, AND PARTNERS

WHO, UN Foundation, and partners launch first-of-its-kind COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

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RESOURCE FOUNDATION

The Resource Foundation is partnering with local NGOs to support relief programs in communities throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.

COVID-19 GRASSROOTS JUSTICE FUND

COVID-19 Grassroots Justice Fund is devising new ways to support vulnerable populations and push back against those attempting to exploit the pandemic to reduce freedoms and undermine rights.

KBFUS launches COVID-19 response funds for Europe and Africa in an effort to gather support for and assist local organizations with their response.

GATES

PHILANTHROPY PARTNERS

Gates Philanthropy Partners' Combating COVID-19 Fund is focused on developing the most promising vaccines and diagnostics and protecting the most vulnerable in Africa and South Asia.

GIVE2ASIA

CHINA & ASIA

FUNDS

Give2Asia created funds to support trusted NGOs helping frontline health workers and communities respond to the coronavirus outbreak.

GlobalGiving allows you donate directly to a specific project or to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund, which will benefit multiple projects.

HISPANICS IN PHILANTHROPY (HIP)

Hispanics in Philanthropy launches COVID-19 Rapid Response Migration Fund provide emergency mini-grants to frontline organizations responding to the immediate needs of migrants and refugees to respond to the unprecedented challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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 BOSTON

FOUNDATION

TBF is working with communities that are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

COVID-19 ACTION FUND FOR AFRICA

The COVID-19 Action Fund for Africa (CAF-Africa) is a PPE Initiative for Community Health Workers with a goal to raise up to $100 million. 

RESPONDING ORGANIZATIONS

"Anything said in advance of a pandemic seems alarmist. After a pandemic begins, anything one has said or done is inadequate.”  - Michael Leavitt, Former HHS Secretary