No Kid Hungry
Nearly 22 million children rely on the meals they receive at school and coronavirus is forcing mass school closures across the country. No Kid Hungry uses donations to send emergency grants to food banks and local community groups. It diverts resources to feed kids in the hardest-hit communities. The organization also has plans in place to ensure families know how to find food while schools are closed and making sure kids get three meals a day.
Food Bank For New York City Food For Survival
Food Bank helps adults and children in the city who are most affected by the outbreak.
Citymeals on Wheels
Citymeals is taking donations to ensure every one of our homebound elderly neighbors in need has nourishing meals during this dangerous outbreak.
This organization helps feed communities and individuals facing hunger across the United States through a nationwide network of food banks.
USBG National Charity Foundation
The USBG National Charity Foundation has created a bartender emergency assistance program to help service industry personnel who may be experiencing financial hardship during the coronavirus outbreak. Eligible applicants can receive a grant to help with bills and other costs due to sudden loss or decrease of income.