COVID-19 Related Funding

Grant Opportunities Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Here you'll find the latest coronavirus grant funding opportunities for nonprofits, small businesses, journalists, and artists, updated each business day and listed by deadline date.

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Application Deadline:
January 15, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases
Geographic Scope: Global

The Global Grants Program (GGP) supports focused, results-oriented projects that improve public health data in the priority areas of the Data for Health (D4H) Initiative so that governments are equipped with the tools and systems to collect and use data effectively. In the area of COVID-19 response, funding is provided for results-oriented initiatives focused on responding to an immediate need for data related to the COVID-19 response and also that address a longstanding data use gap in public health processes or systems. Funding areas include civil registration and vital statistics, data impact, and surveys.

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Application Deadline:
January 15, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Ontario

Geographic Focus: Communities with company facilities, with an emphasis on Camden, NJ
The Campbell Soup Foundation seeks to strengthen and empower healthy communities in Campbell’s hometowns, with an emphasis on Camden, NJ. The COVID-19 Community Recovery Grants Program provides relief and recovery grants to nonprofits that align with the Foundation's mission and focus areas across 33 Campbell communities in North America. Focus areas consist of: increasing healthy food access, encouraging healthy living, and nurturing Campbell neighborhoods.

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Application Deadline:
January 15 and March 15, 2021
Target Population:
Children/Youth, Seniors/Aging
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Environment & Animals, Health/Wellness, Education, Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: California

Geographic Focus: Mendocino County
The Nonprofit Relief Grant seeks to mitigate some of the unique difficulties faced by the nonprofit sector in Mendocino County. Areas of interest include a sense of place, the environment, healthy communities, economic and leadership development, education, and arts and humanities. Consideration is given to organizations that meet the following criteria: have a demonstrated reduction in funding or increased demand for services due to COVID-19 closures or anticipated reductions in tourism; have a plan for adapting or maintaining services now or in the future, including adherence to applicable county or state guidance on reopening; have demonstrated a high degree of benefit to the general public or a broad sub-population (e.g., youth, elderly) over time; and have the energy and organizational capacity to adapt and continue to have a sustainable, long-term influence in the community.

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Application Deadline:
January 15, 2021
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: Mississippi

Administered by seven Mississippi community foundations, The Community Foundations COVID-19 Grant Program provides grants of up to $4,000 to reimburse eligible nonprofit organizations and food pantries in Mississippi for pandemic-related expenses incurred from March 1 through December 30, 2020. Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Application Deadline:
January 15, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases
Geographic Scope: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan

The World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe and TDR, the UNICEF / UNDP / World Bank / WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases have issued a call for applications for the Joint Small Grants Scheme for operational / implementation research to identify and address barriers and bottlenecks to implementing tuberculosis-related services during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Application Deadline:
January 18, February 1, and February 15, 2021
Target Population:
Women/Girls
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Canada

Safer + Stronger Grants seek to challenge the risk of rising gender-based violence in the pandemic. Grants ranging from $10,000 to $200,000 support organizations’ ability to help address, prevent, and reduce gender-based violence and deal with an influx of people seeking support due to an increase in gender-based violence in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Application Deadline:
January 19, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health: Diseases, Sciences/Social Sciences
Geographic Scope: Global

Geographic Focus: Emphasis on low- and middle-income countries.
The Grand Challenges ICODA COVID-19 Data Science grant program will focus on addressing major questions about how to reduce the harm of COVID-19 and future pandemics. The program aims to unite data and develop processes, analytical tools, and infrastructure to achieve rapid scientific progress and impact. Awards of up to $100,000 are provided for studies lasting for between six and 12 months. Proposals are welcomed from any country or region, with particular priority for those involving researchers and datasets from low- and middle-income countries.

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Application Deadline:
Round two will be open from January 12 to January 19, 2021.
Round three will be open from March 2 to March 9, 2021.
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: England

The Community Business Renewal Fund provides grants to community businesses in England affected by the COVID-19 crisis to adapt, renew, and rebuild their business so they can remain financially viable. The Fund is aimed at organizations delivering services in their local community to support those who have been most affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

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Application Deadline:
January 21, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Education, Sciences/Social Sciences
Geographic Scope: Arizona

Geographic Focus: Maricopa County
The United for the Valley COVID-19 Fund was established to identify and support the emerging and fast-changing needs of health and human services organizations, schools, and the individuals and families they serve due to COVID-19. The Fund will prioritize funding for organizations providing immediate relief to families and communities in Maricopa County related to the digital divides.

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Application Deadline:
January 22, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts/Culture/Humanities: General
Geographic Scope: South Dakota

The Artist Relief Fund provides short-term, immediate financial support for the individual artists, culture bearers, and creative workers within South Dakota who have been impacted by the current COVID-19 health crisis.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
January 25, 2021
Area of Interest:
Education, Social Services & Issues, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: Maine, New Hampshire

Geographic Focus: Kittery, ME, and Hampton, Hampton Falls, New Castle, North Hampton, Portsmouth, Rye, and Seabrook, NH
The Seacoast Women’s Giving Circle will be accepting proposals from organizations focused on strengthening resilient communities during a pandemic for the 2020-2021 grant cycle. Successful proposals should address one or more of the following: childcare, food insecurity, heath, or homelessness. Organizations will be able to request a grant of $15,000 in unrestricted funding.

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Application Deadline:
January 27, 2021
Area of Interest:
Civic Affairs, Health/Wellness, Education, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

The Canadian and British Columbian governments will invest up to $136.5 million in BC for the COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program in response to the effects of COVID-19 on communities across the province. Support will be provided for projects that provide retrofits, repairs, and upgrades to local government and Indigenous government buildings, health infrastructure, and educational infrastructure; support development of active transportation networks, including parks, trails, foot bridges, bike lanes, and multi-use paths; allow communities to improve their infrastructure to increase the resiliency and efficiency in preventing the spread of COVID-19 (including protective screens and ability to physically distance); and complete disaster mitigation and adaptation infrastructure projects.

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Application Deadline:
January 27, March 17, and May 12, 2021
Target Population:
Hispanics
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: USA

NALAC, in collaboration with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Intercultural Leadership Institute partners, offers the Actos de Confianza relief effort to support Latinx artists and arts organizations who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. NALAC will distribute $2,500 grants to Latinx artists and cultural workers and $5,000 grants to Latinx arts organizations facing critical financial emergencies.

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Application Deadline:
January 29, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alberta

Geographic Focus: Bow Valley area
The Banff Canmore Community Foundation´s Community Grants program will accept applications in a variety of areas of need in 2021, including for COVID-19 response efforts. 

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
January 29, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

The Expanded Arts & Culture Resilience Supplement is a one-time funding program for BC arts and culture organizations facing financial impacts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Assistance is available to current BC Arts Council operating assistance clients, as well as arts and culture organizations and collectives who have received at least one BC Arts Council project grant since April 1st, 2016 in eligible programs. Eligible programs include Professional Project Assistance: all disciplines; Project Assistance: Community Arts Organizations; Community Arts Festivals; Arts-Based Community Development; and Youth Engagement Program.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
LOIs: January 29, 2021
Invited applications: February 19, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Community & Economic Development, Education, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alabama

Geographic Focus: Baldwin, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, and Washington counties
Phase II of the Foundation's COVID-19 Response and Relief program supports organizations working on relief efforts to aid those affected by COVID-19. Focus areas include mental and behavioral health support, access to extracurricular activities, food insecurity, medical support, and housing and utilities stability.

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Application Deadline:
January 30, 2021
Target Population:
Children/Youth
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development, Sciences/Social Sciences, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: USA, Canada

The Fulbright Canada Post-COVID Challenge is an open call for youth from across Canada and the United States to provide creative ideas that aim to address critical social, economic, technological, and public health challenges in the post-COVID world. Ideas are sought in the following areas: Enhance Public Health and Well-Being, Contribute to Digital Transformation, and Strengthen Social Cohesion and Economic Recovery. Individuals or teams of young people who are the age of majority and reside in Canada or the United States are eligible to participate. The winning team will receive a $25,000 prize and the second and third place winners will receive $10,000. The three winning teams will also receive an all-expense-paid trip to the Fulbright Canada Post-COVID Challenge Innovation Summit.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
January 31, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health: Diseases, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: Asia

Geographic Focus: Asian Development Bank developing member countries
The COVID-19 Vaccine: Safety and Immunization Monitoring challenge seeks groundbreaking solutions to one or both of the following challenges: Safety and Immunization Monitoring and Tracking of Administered Vaccines. Questions posed in these areas include: 1.) How might we use digital technologies to boost COVID-19 vaccine demand, help dose tracking, and potentially monitor mild and adverse events following vaccination?; and 2.) Using digital technologies, how might we help individuals, health providers, and governments track who has received which vaccine and which dose?

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Application Deadline:
January 31, 2021
Area of Interest:
Civil Society, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia

The Balkan Trust for Democracy has issued a call for proposals as a response to the needs and challenges of the Balkan region civil societies amplified by the outbreak of the coronavirus. Support civil society organizations in order to help reform processes weakened by economic and social recession caused by the coronavirus. Targeted areas include strengthening the rule of law, freedom of expression, protection of human rights, and the fight against domestic and gender-based violence. Proposed budgets should be under $25,000.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
January 31, 2021
Target Population:
Asian/Pacific Islanders
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: USA

The JA Community Foundation supports nonprofit organizations serving the Japanese American and greater Asian American communities nationwide. The Foundation is currently offering JACF COVID-19 Emergency Grants of up to $20,000 to organizations aiding Japanese American and Asian American communities facing hardships due to the pandemic.

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Application Deadline:
January 31 and March 31, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: USA

Geographic Focus: some emphasis on Illinois
The Emergency Grants Fund supports poetry and affiliated art organizations struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund is open to national and Illinois-based poetry organizations and organizations that use poetry as an expression of their missions, located in the United States. This includes organizations fighting for social justice and working to advance racial equity in poetry and affiliated art.

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Application Deadline:
February 1, 2021
Target Population:
Children/Youth
Area of Interest:
Education, Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: USA

The Aim High grant program, funded by the New York Life Foundation and administered by the Afterschool Alliance, supports out-of-school programs serving middle school youth nationwide. Applications must describe in a meaningful way how the applicant supports youth in the transition to the ninth grade and how they are providing academic, social, and emotional supports to youth during the COVID-19 pandemic. One-Year Grants are available to support racial equity and social justice efforts. Two-Year Grants are available for direct service activities, technical assistance, capacity building, and efforts in continuing to serve youth while facing the challenges of the pandemic and beyond. 

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Application Deadline:
Round 2 applications open in February 2021.
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: USA

Phase Two of the BeyGOOD Impact Fund will help those impacted by the housing crisis. Through the fund, Beyoncé is giving $5,000 grants to individuals and families facing foreclosures or evictions.

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Application Deadline:
Helping Hands Grants: February 1 and March 1, 2021
Nonprofit Reemergence Grants: March 31 and June 30, 2021
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Education
Geographic Scope: Washington

Geographic Focus: Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties
The Community Foundation of North Central Washington offers COVID-19 relief through two programs: Helping Hands Grants support nonprofits and public agencies providing critical safety-net needs for community members (including food security, housing support, physical and mental health, safety, and pre-K childcare) due to the socio-economic and health impacts of the pandemic in the region. Nonprofit Reemergence Grants support nonprofit organizations as they recover from the current public health crisis and adapt their operations for future viability.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 1, April 1, and June 1, 2021
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Environment & Animals
Geographic Scope: USA

The Restoration and Resilience COVID Recovery Fund is providing grants to support public lands, including parks, nature areas, and other green spaces, that have been impacted by increased use during the COVID-19 pandemic. The focus is on supporting agencies and organizations responsible for maintaining public lands by distributing resources and mobilizing volunteers to help keep up with increased human presence in these delicate ecosystems. Grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded. Nonprofit organizations, state or federal government agencies, federally recognized tribes and local governments, and educational institutions are eligible to apply.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 2, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: California

The Impact Projects grant program intends to support collaborative projects that center artists and artistic practice in responding to issues facing California at this time, including the pervasive social, political, and economic inequalities experienced by those communities most vulnerable to, and adversely affected by, the COVID-19 pandemic. Collaborative projects will utilize various creative practices to impact social issues affecting their communities, including but not limited to systemic/structural racism, education, poverty, health disparities, housing insecurity, violence, food insecurity, cultural/social justice, intergenerational learning, environmental sustainability, and the digital divide. Applicant organizations can request up to $18,000 for the grant period.

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Application Deadline:
Applications will be accepted from January 26 to February 2, 2021.
Target Population:
Minorities, Women/Girls, Veterans/Military Affairs
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: USA

Rural Relief Small Business Grants supports small business owners in rural locations across the country. Rural communities are defined as having a population of 50,000 or less. Support is provided to small businesses and enterprises affected by COVID-19 across the country, especially those in underserved communities, including entrepreneurs of color, women- and veteran-owned businesses that often lack access to flexible, affordable capital.

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Application Deadline:
Capacity Building applications: February 5, March 5, April 2, May 7, and June 4, 2021
Collective Action applications: February 11 and May 27, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: Pennsylvania

Geographic Focus: Southwestern Pennsylvania, including the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and rural areas
The Arts I Equity I Reimagined Fund seeks to respond to the unprecedented and ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Pittsburgh region's arts and cultural sector. The Fund is intended to foster collective action and identify creative solutions to operating challenges as nonprofit arts organizations navigate these uncertain times. While the Fund is open to all arts and cultural organizations, in recognition of long-standing disparities in funding, it will prioritize small to medium-sized arts organizations and those that serve or are led by historically marginalized communities in southwestern Pennsylvania, whether they be urban or rural in location.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 8, 2021
Target Population:
Seniors/Aging, People with Disabilities, Low-Income, Children/Youth
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: England

Geographic Focus: Berkshire
The Berkshire Coronavirus Fund supports local charities and community/voluntary groups working to help people affected by the crisis in Berkshire. Grants are made to help organizations respond to immediate needs, help stabilize organizations supporting those in need, and help organizations adapt to the crisis. Priority populations include older people, people with physical or learning disabilities, people with mental health needs, people on low incomes, and families with young children.

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Application Deadline:
February 12 and May 7, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: New Mexico

Through the Emergency Relief Funding program, the Chamiza Foundation is accepting applications that respond to direct threats from COVID-19. The grant awards range from $3,000 to $12,000. Specific areas of interest include food, medical supplies, and personal items; water; community relief and recovery needs; and internet access and connectivity.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 15, 2021
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

Geographic Focus: Coquitlam
The Coquitlam Foundation's COVID-19 Community Response Fund, part of the Tri-Cities COVID-19 Community Response in collaboration with the Port Moody Foundation and the Port Coquitlam Community Foundation, provides support to registered charities benefiting the residents of Coquitlam, BC, to address community needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 15, 2021
Target Population:
Seniors/Aging, Minorities, Black/African Americans, Native Americans/First Nations/Indigenous Groups
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Maine

The Maine Community Foundation's Community Building Grants program invests in local projects and organizations that work to build strong communities throughout the state. For the 2021 grant cycle, the focus will be on building community resilience in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Priority will be given to projects and organizations that serve people at higher risk to be negatively impacted by COVID-19.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 15, 2021
Target Population:
Women/Girls
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Vietnam

The Women Enterprise Recovery Fund looks to partner with private sector innovators to design and launch digital solutions that support women enterprises economically impacted by COVID-19 and to address their financial and other business requirements. Applicants can be based anywhere globally, however solutions must focus on women entrepreneurs in one or several of the following countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, and/or Vietnam.

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Application Deadline:
February 19, 2021
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Ontario

The Community Fund supports that are focused on safety to address urgent and pressing needs in their local community. Support is provided to Canadian registered charities and nonprofit organizations addressing one or more of the following areas: improving community physical or emotional safety, supporting well-being and inclusion through community programming, and standing up for cultural diversity in their communities through programs, services, and funding. Grants of up to $25,000 are provided.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
February 28, 2021
Area of Interest:
Environment & Animals
Geographic Scope: Global

COVID-19 Relief Grants support the core operational costs of local, grassroots, species conservation organizations which are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a result face personnel or financial constraints in conducting species conservation work in 2021. Grants ranging from $15,000 to $25,000 are provided.

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Application Deadline:
March 1, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Religion & Ethics
Geographic Scope: Alberta

The Faith-based and Cultural Facility Relaunch Grant program provides one-time reimbursement to relaunch facilities used for cultural, religious, spiritual, and ceremonial gatherings during the COVID-19 crisis. Qualifying faith-based and cultural organizations are eligible for this one-time reimbursement funding of up to $5,000 to help cover a portion of their restart costs.

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Application Deadline:
Applications must be received at least two weeks prior to the start of the project. Projects must be finished by March 22, 2021.
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Saskatchewan

Geographic Focus: South West District
The 2021 Get COVID-Creative Fund provides funding to groups or communities (under 2,500 population) in the South West District of Saskatchewan. Grants of up to $500 support new or improved initiatives that develop community culture, recreation, and sports (within COVID safety guidelines).

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
March 1, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Minnesota, Wisconsin

Geographic Focus: Communities within a 15-mile radius of Winona, MN
The Winona Community Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that enhance the quality of life in the Winona, MN, area, including communities within a 15-mile radius of Winona into Wisconsin. For the Foundation's first grant cycle of 2021, the Foundation is focusing on mission-critical programming or projects identified as emerging needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as improving mental-health related impacts for clients or staff, projects identified as a need to help vulnerable populations, and support for equipment and tools needed to safely conduct programming or services due to COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
March 22, 2021
Geographic Scope: Europe

Geographic Focus: national projects in the U.K. and pan-European level projects
The Power and Accountability program aims to support people to create a world in which power is more equally shared, and in which powerful institutions are responsive and accountable to wider society and aligned with the long-term public interest. Support is provided in the following focus areas: 1.) strengthening corporate accountability; 2.) strengthening democratic accountability; 3.) encouraging responsible media; and, 4.) responding to the dual harms of COVID-19 and systemic racism. Support is provided for national work in the U.K., or elsewhere in Europe for work at a pan-European level.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
March 22, June 21, September 20, and December 20, 2021
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: California

Geographic Focus: Alameda, Contra Costa, and San Francisco counties
The Zellerbach Family Foundation’s Community Arts COVID Response Grants program provides support to organizations suffering revenue loss due to the closure of venues and cancellation of events. Response grants will be for organizational stability/general operating support and will be awarded for $5,000, $10,000 or $15,000.

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Application Deadline:
March 25, 2021
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: Global

The Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF) is a funding opportunity for small U.K.-registered charities and not-for-profit organizations. SCCF project grants of up to £50,000 are available for projects of up to two years, for U.K.-registered organizations working towards addressing the Global Goals, to improve the lives of the most vulnerable and marginalized. Priority is given to applications that can demonstrate that they are responding to longer term impacts of COVID-19. Applying organizations or their downstream partners also need to be registered in the country of delivery.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
March 31, 2021
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Canada

CIBC's Canada Emergency Business Account CEBA offers a $60,000 interest-free loan to new eligible applicants. Companies with an annual payroll of between $20,000 and $1.5 million are eligible to apply. Applicants must use CIBC as their primary bank. (Otherwise, companies may apply through the financial institution that holds their primary Business Operating Account.)

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
March 31, 2021
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

Geographic Focus: The east coast of Vancouver Island
Through its Annual Foundation Grants Program, the Parksville-Qualicum Community Foundation supports initiatives designed to improve the quality of life of the residents in its communities. During the COVID-19 health crisis, the Foundation will also consider emergency response projects, especially projects that improve the capacity of homelessness service providers.

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Application Deadline:
Operating Support Grants: April 5 and October 11, 2021
Emergency Assistance Grants: none
Area of Interest:
Education, Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Indiana

Geographic Focus: Montgomery County
COVID-19 Operating Support Grants address the operating needs of organizations affected by the pandemic. COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Grants address emergency needs related to the pandemic, with emphasis on food insecurity, child care, and health.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
Apr 29, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Bangladesh

The goal of the USAID Bangladesh and the Private Sector: Partnering to Fight COVID-19 program is to provide a medium through which organizations can work with USAID and the private sector to build Global Development Alliances (GDAs) that will: a) respond to the current outbreak of COVID-19 in Bangladesh; b) address important business interests and objectives; and c) advance USAID’s strategic priorities and objectives.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
May 15, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: USA

The Brave of Heart Fund was established to provide grants to eligible family members of frontline healthcare workers and healthcare volunteers who lose their lives because of COVID-19. The grants will provide basic and continuing financial support for common needs, such as funeral costs, medical care, counseling, food, educational expenses of children and other dependents currently in school, mortgage or rent payments, and immediate living expenses, as these family members manage the impact of the COVID-19 crisis and begin to move forward.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
July 31, 2021
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Global, United Kingdom

Through the COVID-19 Response Fund, the Volant Trust accepts applications from charities in the U.K. and internationally that demonstrate a strong focus on alleviating social deprivation and helping vulnerable groups who have been particularly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications for medical equipment and the production or distribution of PPE will also be considered.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
September 30, 2021
Target Population:
Children/Youth
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Education, Community & Economic Development, Environment & Animals, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Manitoba

Geographic Focus: Winnipeg

The One-Time Community Grants program provides short-term grants (under $100,000) that support a wide range of projects in the Winnipeg community, including those relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding priorities include children, youth, and families; literacy, education, and employment; health, wellness, and recreation; environment and animal welfare; and arts, culture, and heritage.

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Application Deadline:
Applications are reviewed monthly. Submissions for funds for each month will close on the 14th of that month.
Area of Interest:
Media/Communications
Geographic Scope: USA

The Documentarian Emergency Relief Fund was established to give up to $1,000 each month for a period of 10 months to documentary producers and directors facing “dire financial emergencies” during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Application Deadline:
None
Target Population:
Children/Youth
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Canada

#RisingYouth supports young people who are inspired with ideas and ready to take action through youth-led community service grants. Grants are awarded in the amounts of $250 for simple ideas like community events or gatherings; $750 for bigger ideas such as building a community garden, or distributing care packages; and $1,500 for projects that involve a larger group of people to drive impact. #RisingYouth is currently prioritizing grant applications that respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
None
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

Geographic Focus: Abbotsford
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Responsive Neighborhood Small Grants program has shifted to help fund small-scale projects that reduce social isolation. Supported projects should tackle and address social isolation, build community strength and resilience, and foster community creativity and well-being. Grants will range from $50 to $1,000.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues, Environment & Animals, Education
Geographic Scope: Global

Action Against Corona, an initiative of the Norrsken Foundation and Dagens Industri, supports organizations and individuals that can help fight coronavirus or mitigate its effects on people and society. Action Against Corona is a platform that connects initiatives with grants or investments.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
None
Target Population:
Children/Youth
Area of Interest:
Education, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

The COVID-19 Emergency Fund assists new programs in British Columbia to ensure students continue to receive food during the COVID-19 crisis school closures.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
None
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: Canada

The AFC provides short-term emergency financial assistance to Canadian entertainment industry professionals working in all aspects of TV, film, music, theater, and dance. The AFC is currently focusing on making sure that people stay stable and basic needs are met for the next two to three weeks. Basic needs include rent or mortgage payments, food, utilities, phone bill, car payments, car and home insurance, or medical expenses. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

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Application Deadline:
none
Target Population:
Low-Income
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alabama

The Alabama Business Charitable Trust Fund’s Coronavirus Relief Program awards up to $500 to nonprofits and faith-based organizations working to address health and human service needs in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) relief efforts or to provide general health and human service support to low-income citizens.

Date Added:
Application Deadline:
none
Target Population:
Black/African Americans
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: USA

Another Round Another Rally supports hospitality workers who lost their jobs or had their hours slashed in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Support is provided through the following programs: The Nolet Family USA Relief Program offers relief in the form of eVouchers to nationwide retailers to help supplement groceries and other much needed essentials for those currently out of work that were employed by a bar or restaurant with a full liquor license. Radical Xchange Charitable Gifts for Black Mental Health Relief provide mental health relief to Black hospitality workers in need.

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none
Target Population:
Native Americans/First Nations/Indigenous Groups
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities
Geographic Scope: USA

Arts Administrators of Color has created the Arts Leaders of Color Emergency Fund, which supports BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists and arts administrators impacted by COVID-19 through $200 microgrants. 

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None
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alberta

Geographic Focus: Battle River area
The Battle River Community Foundation's COVID-19 Response Grants and Fund are intended to respond to challenges faced by local organizations, support the recovery of those organizations, and assist in maintaining the well-being of citizens and communities. The Foundation serves an area that stretches from Camrose west to Gwynne, south to Bashaw and Alliance, east to Hughenden and north to Highway 14 in Alberta.

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none
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Media/Communications, Sciences/Social Sciences
Geographic Scope: Canada, USA

Behind the Scenes Grants are available to anyone working in the entertainment technology industry who has been hospitalized with Covid-19 and is in financial need. Applicants should be directly involved with production behind the scenes in any type of performance venue, behind the camera, or on the road.

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none
Area of Interest:
Civic Affairs, Media/Communications
Geographic Scope: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Ukraine

The Coronavirus Fast Response Fund aims to mobilize civic initiatives in the wider Black Sea region meant to help limit the coronavirus crisis and counter its negative impact on society, good governance, democracy, rule of law, and access to free media.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Arkansas

The purpose of the Rapid-Response Covid Relief Grants program is to help nonprofit organizations in Arkansas lessen the impact of the Covid-19 virus on the individuals, families, and communities they serve. Grants will range from $5,000 to $150,000. The application process will be opeas long as the Foundation deems appropriate to assist with Covid-related needs.

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none
Target Population:
LGBTQ, Children/Youth, Minorities
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: USA

Borealis Philanthropy’s Fund for Trans Generations, Destination Tomorrow’s TRANScend Community Impact Fund, and Third Wave Fund are announcing the launch of the COVID-19 Collective Fund for Trans Communities to get financial resources to trans-led organizations and transgender, gender nonconforming, and nonbinary communities who are organizing in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Priority will be given to trans-led organizations across the U.S. with a strong racial justice focus and youth/intergenerational leadership, with particular consideration for those who lack access to national and/or local funding streams. The application will be open as long as funds are available. 

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none
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Massachusetts

Geographic Focus: Greater Boston
The Boston Herald is offering assistance to the Greater Boston community during this time, in the form of free community bulletin boards and matching advertising grant programs.

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Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alberta

Geographic Focus: Bow Valley region
The Bow Valley Emergency Fund, a collaborative effort of the Banff Canmore Community Foundation, the Canmore Rotary Charitable Foundation, and the Wim and Nancy Pauw Foundation, provides support to organizations providing direct response and support to those affected by COVID-19 in the Bow Valley area, particularly those who are most vulnerable and those who may be facing social isolation. Key priorities are programs or projects that focus on keeping Bow Valley residents fed, sheltered, safe, and connected.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Civic Affairs
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

Geographic Focus: Bowen Island
The Bowen Island Community Foundation's Resiliency Fund is the Foundation's emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Projects should provide impact in the following areas: the systemic availability of food, hygiene, or other basic needs (excluding housing and income benefits); providing relevant information to promote resiliency and mitigate fear and confusion; and mobilizing citizens to assist their vulnerable neighbors with the challenges they are facing from isolation.

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None
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Michigan

Geographic Focus: Branch County and Colon
The Emergency Relief Grant provides support for needs such as housing assistance for homeless, food insecurities, rental and utility assistance, gas cards, hygiene products, minutes for phone plans (especially for people with mental health needs working with telehealth or telephonic care), and operating funds for nonprofit organizations.

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none
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Pennsylvania

Geographic Focus: Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Camden counties
The Solidarity Fund for COVID-19 Organizing is providing emergency grants of up to $10,000 to grassroots community organizing groups in the Philadelphia region, including Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Camden counties. Priority will be given to new or existing groups that are launching organizing campaigns around issues directly related to the COVID-19 crisis as well as established grassroots community organizing groups that need funding to be able to keep organizing, need resources to organize virtually, and/or need to replace lost revenue due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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none
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: United Kingdom

The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme provides financial support to smaller businesses (SMEs) across the U.K. that are losing revenue, and seeing their cash flow disrupted, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Wisconsin

Geographic Focus: Brown County
The Emergency Response Fund provides support to nonprofit organizations to address the impact of the COVID-19 public health crisis on the community, including immediate basic needs, gaps in service, and operational challenges. Preference will be given to the provision of direct services.

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Phase 2 granting is now open and applications will be considered on an ongoing basis with close date to be determined. Recovery & Rebuild Phase 3 grants will be available in the future.
Target Population:
Seniors/Aging, Children/Youth, People with Disabilities
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Ontario

Geographic Focus: Burlington
Burlington Foundation's COVID-19 Pandemic Response Fund provides grants to registered charities serving Burlington, ON. The initial focus is on emergency response grants supporting community members most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, including those experiencing food insecurity, isolated seniors, childcare supports, disability, mental health, and safe housing. In coming months, as the pandemic subsides, the Fund will move into addressing recovery and rebuilding needs in the community.

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none
Target Population:
Native Americans/First Nations/Indigenous Groups
Area of Interest:
Arts, Culture, & Humanities, Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota

The Bush Foundation has adapted its Community Innovation grant program to be responsive to needs and opportunities related to COVID-19. Applications related to COVID-19 are given expedited consideration. This includes immediate response efforts and longer-term rebuilding efforts. Grants must be used for projects located in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota or the 23 Native nations that share the same geography.

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none
Target Population:
Native Americans/First Nations/Indigenous Groups
Area of Interest:
Arts/Culture/Humanities: General, Health/Wellness, Environment & Animals, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alberta

Geographic Focus: Calgary area
The Calgary Foundation's Pandemic Recovery Program supports registered charities in Calgary and area, as well as First Nations communities in Treaty 7 region. The Pandemic Recovery Program will have three phases of support, rolled out over time: Phase 1, the relief phase, will support the immediate needs of charities to connect with staff, board, and other stakeholders; Phase 2, the recovery phase, will focus on activating strategies to get charitable operations back to pre-pandemic levels; and Phase 3, the resilience phase, will support strategies and technologies for strengthening organizations for the operational future. (This program is for charitable organizations who do not meet the criteria of the COVID-19 Community Response Fund hosted by the United Way Calgary and Area.)

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases
Geographic Scope: Global

The CIRM has allocated $5 million in funding for peer-reviewed regenerative medicine and stem cell research that could quickly advance treatments for COVID-19. Support is provided for promising discovery, preclinical, and clinical trial stage projects.

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None
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: California

The California Rebuilding Fund is a loan program to support California’s small businesses—especially those located in economically disadvantaged and historically under-banked areas of the state. Businesses who employed 50 or less full-time equivalent employees (FTEs) and had gross revenues of less than $2.5 million or below in 2019 are eligible to apply.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

Geographic Focus: The area of School District 72, which includes Sayward, Quadra and Cortes Islands, the City of Campbell River and all regional areas within School District 72The Campbell River Community Foundation's COVID-19 Relief Fund provides support to registered charities for community initiatives that combat the effects of COVID-19 in the greater Campbell River Community.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Ontario

Geographic Focus: Trent Hills
The Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation is launching COVID-19 Community Response Grants in partnership with the municipality of Trent Hills. These grants are intended to support the work of community organizations that are at the forefront of the COVID-19 issue and striving to ensure vulnerable citizens are safe and healthy. Key priorities are programs or projects that support front line workers of community-based organizations that are directly supporting local residents and families who are most affected by emerging health, economic, and social impacts. Also, organizations that are keeping community residents fed, sheltered, and connected, especially vulnerable residents, are supported.

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None
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Small Business/Entrepreneurship
Geographic Scope: Canada

The Canada United Small Business Relief Fund aims to help small Canadian businesses with their recovery efforts as a result of COVID-19. Relief grants of up to $5,000 support local businesses of all kinds from across the country (from retailers to barbershops to farmers). Relief grants can be used to purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), renovate physical space to adhere to guidelines, or develop or improve e-commerce capabilities for a business.

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none
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Massachusetts

Geographic Focus: Cape Cod and neighboring islands
The Cape Cod and Island Major Crisis Relief Fund is providing support to those organizations hit hard by COVID-19. Grant priorities include lost income, food, and a broad spectrum of related needs.

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None
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues, Health/Wellness
Geographic Scope: Michigan

Geographic Focus: Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties
The COVID-19 Nonprofit Support Fund assists nonprofit organizations in Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties that are struggling financially due to the pandemic. Currently, the priority is to support nonprofits whose mission is to provide direct human services in the areas of food, shelter, medical and mental health care, and homeless support. The Fund supports staffing costs, technology, and other equipment needs that allow nonprofits to continue providing services or to meet increased demand due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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None
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Florida

Geographic Focus: Miami-Dade and Monroe counties
The COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Fund provides support to small businesses and community-based organizations facing financial impacts and potential layoffs from COVID-19. Funds may be used for purchasing remote access equipment or software that allows employees to work from home (e.g. computers, printers, telephones, headsets, video conferencing software, etc.), paying for services or tools for restaurants or retail establishments to convert to online sales or delivery during shelter in place orders, purchasing cleaning and sanitation supplies or services that will allow an essential small business to maintain an on-site workforce by reducing exposure to COVID-19, supporting businesses that take advantage of the Short-Time Compensation Program (also known as work sharing) by supplementing employees' income and benefits, and other creative approaches and strategies to reduce or eliminate the need for layoffs.

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none
Area of Interest:
Education
Geographic Scope: Massachusetts

Through the Massachusetts Ready Fund, Catalyst:Ed is connecting school and system leaders in Massachusetts with customized, hands-on, and expert support as they plan and prepare to meet the needs of their students, families, and staff over summer and fall. 

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Alabama

Geographic Focus: The River Region area of Central Alabama and the Wiregrass
The Community COVID-19 United Relief Fund will support nonprofit emergency response and recovery efforts in the River Region area of Central Alabama and the Wiregrass. Grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations supporting basic needs or health and wellness efforts related to the COVID-19 emergency and its aftermath.

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none
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues, Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases
Geographic Scope: Minnesota

Geographic Focus: Central Minnesota
The Central Minnesota Community Foundation offers a range of funds to address the COVID-19 pandemic, including the Central Minnesota Response Fund, the Foley Area Response Fund, the Paynesville Area Response Fund, the ROCORI Area Response Fund, and the Sauk Centre Area Response Fund.

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None
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Montana

Geographic Focus: Fergus, Garfield, Judith Basin, Petroleum, and Wheatland counties
The Central Montana Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund supports nonprofit organizations working on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic. Grants will be available until the Relief Fund is depleted.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Ontario

Geographic Focus: Centre Wellington
Centre Wellington Community Foundation's COVID-19 Community Response Fund provides rapid response funding of up to $1,500 to front-line organizations in Centre Wellington, ON, cooperating to ensure the most vulnerable citizens are safe and healthy. Initial grants are focused on addressing immediate needs in the following three main areas: food, transportation, and technology.

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varies by call for proposals
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases
Geographic Scope: Global

CEPI issues calls for proposals and requests for information inviting applicants to submit proposals for projects to develop vaccine candidates and support clinical trials involving vaccine candidates. Recent calls have focused on COVID-19.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Social Services & Issues, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: California

Geographic Focus: Orange County
Charitable Ventures: OC Community Resilience Fund is providing support to community clinic operations for the purpose of providing preventative and medical services to those affected by COVID-19; funding to support emergency grants to individuals affected by COVID-19 due to quarantine, business closures and/or lay-offs, school or other community program closures and/or lay-offs; and funding to support community-based organization operations for nonprofits serving vulnerable populations and who can present a clear case of direct impact due to the medical or economic effects impact of the pandemic.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Michigan

Geographic Focus: Charlevoix County
The Urgent Needs Funds offers ongoing support for nonprofit organizations dealing with unexpected consequences of  the COVID-19 crisis. The Fund seeks to help Charlevoix County residents access food, shelter, rent, utilities, safety, healthcare, mental health services, and other basic and urgent needs.

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None
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues, Health/Wellness, Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: New York

Geographic Focus: Chautauqua County
The Chautauqua County Crisis Response Fund: COVID-19 supports nonprofit organizations that address immediate basic human needs, mental health services, and the economic impact on individuals from reduced or lost work due to the outbreak. Priority will be given to requests that indicate high levels of collaboration.

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Application Deadline:
none
Area of Interest:
Civic Affairs, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: England

Geographic Focus: Cheshire East, Cheshire West, Chester, and Warrington
COVID-19 Response grants provide vital support to charities helping vulnerable people affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Priority areas include increasing capacity for organizations providing emergency support, such as food banks or benefits advice, and to provide funding to help charities which coordinate community response and to support volunteers.

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Pennsylvania

Geographic Focus: Chester County
The
Chester County Nonprofit Innovation and Resiliency Fund provides grants to cover unforeseen financial needs and risks created by the COVID-19 public health emergency. This includes grants to implement and publicize the safe resumption of programs and services.

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Letters of intent: October 13, 2020
Target Population:
People with Disabilities
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Civic Affairs, Sciences/Social Sciences, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: USA

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation’s Quality of Life Grants Program is designed to address social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of enhancing connectedness of people living with paralysis and their caregivers to their communities and preventing adverse health outcomes. Funds may support programs and projects to connect isolated individuals and remotely foster engagement and connection, adapt services or create new services to continue to support and engage family caregivers, facilitate connection through the use of technology, provide programs with online opportunities for volunteering, create strategies to strengthen and/or build social networks, and provide access to tools and resources to help people remain connected and engaged.

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none
Area of Interest:
Civic Affairs, Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases: General, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: USA

CJI’s SOS Rapid Response Fund has always provided flexible and immediate funding to organizations responding to changing political landscapes and working to build collective power at critical junctures. Grants of $2,500 to $5,000 currently support organizing that responds to opportunities or dangers affecting the health, safety, or human rights of incarcerated and directly impacted people based on Covid-19 policies or practices.

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none
Target Population:
Children/Youth, Seniors/Aging
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Social Services & Issues, Education
Geographic Scope: Massachusetts

Geographic Focus: greater Boston area
The Boston Resiliency Fund is the City of Boston’s effort to help coordinate fundraising and philanthropic efforts to provide essential services to Boston residents whose health and well-being are most immediately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Priorities of the fund are to provide food to Boston's children, families, and seniors; provide technology to Boston Public Schools students for remote learning; and provide support to first responders, front-line workers, and healthcare workers so they can effectively do their job and promote public health.

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none
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: Pennsylvania

Geographic Focus: Philadelphia
This program, administered by the Philadelphia Department of Commerce and Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation, helps Philadelphia businesses maintain payroll obligations and preserves jobs impacted by the spread of COVID-19. Due to extraordinary demand and limited resources, this program is currently only accepting applications for microenterprise grants of up to $5,000.

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none
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development
Geographic Scope: California

Geographic Focus: The City of San Diego and the City of Chula Vista
To help businesses be resilient amid the economic challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the City of San Diego has established a Small Business Relief Fund to provide grants, loans, and other resources to businesses located in the City of San Diego and the City of Chula Vista. This fund is designed to provide economic relief and support job retention.

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None
Area of Interest:
Community & Economic Development, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: North Carolina

Geographic Focus: Clemmons and Lewisville
The COVID-19 Response Grants of up to $2,500 will provide funding for agencies who are providing direct emergency relief for individuals and families experiencing crisis. The grants can be used to assist hardships resulting from unpaid leave due to stay-at-home directives, care of a vulnerable or infected relative, or loss of wages due to involuntary cancellation of work. 

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none
Area of Interest:
Health/Wellness, Health: Diseases, Sciences/Social Sciences, Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Africa, Global

Co-Creation Hub has issued a call for projects to fund and provide research and design support, via their Design Lab, for COVID-19 related projects in a particular African country, the African continent, or the world at large. Examples of supported projects include last mile communication that educates the public and ensures the right information reaches even remote locations; support for the infected and the most vulnerable in society; local production of essential medical supplies; and support for the food value chain, from producers to consumers, in the event of movement restrictions.

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None
Geographic Scope: British Columbia

Geographic Focus: Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands communities
The 
Coastal Community Credit Union's Relief and Resiliency Fund provides support to Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands nonprofit community organizations to deal with the effects of COVID-19, and help them through the pandemic. There are two categories of funding, Relief and Resilience, both with the intent to provide one-time funds to community organizations who have extraordinary needs as a result of the ongoing pandemic. Requests must be for $1,000 or more.

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none
Area of Interest:
Social Services & Issues
Geographic Scope: Colorado

The COVID-19 Emergency Hunger Relief Fund will provide flexible resources to entities working to support the food and nutritional needs of communities who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic consequences of the outbreak. Funding may be used to cover operating funds, including food, staff, packaging, safety supplies, food storage and transportation equipment, client communications, etc.

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