LifestyleMar 30, 2020

A Little Goes A Long Way: Here’s How to Help

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Photographed by Michael James Hillman

In times of trouble, it’s easy to feel hopeless. And so, we assembled a list highlighting a few of the many, many organizations and people that are stepping up to help those in need during this difficult time. Because we’re all in this together, and the best thing we can do is to lend a hand. xo

Coronavirus Care Fund  // This fund supplies $400 in emergency assistance to qualifying home care workers, nannies, and house cleaners who are experiencing financial hardship due to the current events. Donate here

LA Food Bank // The LA Food Bank is providing meals to those who need it the most during this time. Donate here.

SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition //  This coalition is a neighborhood movement to help the LA homeless population. Donate supplies, time, or money here.

Downtown Women’s Center // Their team is providing safety, relief, and medical care to homeless women in the LA region. Donate here.

Feeding America // Feeding America is distributing emergency food boxes, drive through pantries, and providing long term support all across America. Donate here.

Protective Gear for UCLA // UCLA is accepting donations for PPE gear to all their healthcare professionals. Donate here.

Frontline Foods //  Frontline Foods is supplying meals to healthcare workers who are on the front lines. Donate here.

#GetUsPPE // This team is working to build a national, centralized platform to enable communities to get PPE to healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Donate here or request PPE for medical professionals in need here.

Feed Hero Nurses // This team is feeding healthcare workers. Donate money for a meal here.

Help Feed the Frontline // This group is partnering with World Central Kitchen to provide fresh meals to those who need them most. Donate here.

Off Their Plate // Off Their Plate is providing nutritious meals to hospital teams and jobs to those who have lost them. Donate here.

Pizzana Fundraiser // LA-based Pizzana has been cooking free meals for Los Angeles doctors, nurses and emergency medical workers who are on the front lines fighting the pandemic. Donate here so that they can continue doing this.

County Line Harvest // This Petaluma-based CSA is feeding restaurant employees in need with their $20 donation box. Purchase here.

Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings for Doctors // This beloved restaurant is closing all of their NYC locations to make meals for medical workers in the NYC area each day. Donate here.


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