Help Mountain View High School AVID students and families who are struggling with housing and food insecurity due to the COVID-19 crisis. AVID is an Mountain View High School program to support and prepare low income and first generation students for success at a 4 year college.
The #TogetherMV Fund is a partnership between the City of Mountain View and Los Altos Community Foundation to raise and distribute donations to Mountain View community members who have been economically burdened by the COVID-19 pandemic. There are two opportunities to help others who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic: rent relief and small business relief. Rent relief donations will be added to the funds the City has already given to the Community Services Agency (CSA) to expand help for local tenants in need. Small business relief donations will be combined with funds allocated by the City and a donation from Google.
Bayreach, a student-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has created the Student Response Initiative (SRI) and united over one hundred students across the Bay Area to fight the detrimental effects of COVID-19. SRI has started its own donation drive to deliver necessary supplies to hospitals in need. Looking for donations of extra soap, paper towels, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, masks (homemade or store bought), latex gloves, thermometers, and hospital gowns. You can also make donations to their GoFundMe linked on their website's donation page.
They highly recommend making and donating homemade masks! Challenge friends, siblings, and parents to make the best designs, and have some fun while making an impact!
Hosted by Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the Small Business Relief Fund will provide immediate support to struggling self-employed and small business owners. SVCF partners with Opportunity Fund, California’s largest nonprofit microlender, to ensure critical capital remains available to these entities throughout this crisis.
Quarantutors is an organization of high school and college students offering free online tutoring to K-12 students during the COVID-19 outbreak. Though Quarantutors offers individualized tutoring completely for free, Quarantutors also welcomes optional financial donations from parents as a token of appreciation for the tutors’ time. The funds raised will in turn be donated to No Kid Hungry, an organization that provides meals to youth dependent on school lunches and who are therefore negatively impacted by school closures.
The Philanthropy California team vetted a list of response funds to help you direct resources to the most vulnerable communities. This list is updated daily.
A list of COVID-19 nonprofits and organizations you can donate to compiled by the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department.
Please help CSA carry out its mission during this difficult time. In addition to food flying off our pantry shelves, we are experiencing a huge surge in the number of households requesting emergency financial assistance to help pay for rent and utilities. These requests will continue to grow as the full impact of the Shelter-In-Place ordinance are realized and monthly rent and utility payments become due.
Phone: 650-968-0836, extension 115Donation Form
Hope's Corner is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization supported by donations and grants from individuals, organizations, and churches. Donations to our Operating Fund go toward the purchase of food and supplies for the meals program and shower program.
Donations to the El Camino Health COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund will help our community hospitals in Mountain View and Los Gatos defray the unexpected and burdensome costs associated with additional staffing, heightened screening, purchase of supplies and equipment, delayed elective procedures, assistance for employees who are facing financial hardship, child care for El Camino Health staff provided by the YMCA, and any related needs that emerge in the future.
Phone: 650-940-7154Donation Page
To support the COVID-19 effort, the Valley Medical Center Foundation has been designated as the official collection point for donations of dollars and materials to support frontline healthcare workers in Santa Clara County. Your donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) both large and small are making a difference for our frontline healthcare workers. Those materials, in partnership with County of Santa Clara Emergency Operations Center, are distributed to hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, clinics and other high-risk environments throughout Santa Clara County.