In an effort to keep one another connected and informed during this uncertain time, PSW is aggregating and sharing COVID-19 response resources and updates from foundations across the Southwest and nation. Please send Lauren Haskins any updates and resources you would like to share with our network.
Via Understanding Houston, a collaborative initiative led by the Greater Houston Community Foundation
By W.K. Kellogg Foundation
By Matthew Randazzo, President & CEO, The Dallas Foundation
By Allen Smart, Rural Philanthropy
By Gary Steuer, President & CEO, Bonfils-Stanton Foundation (Denver, CO)
By Elena Marks, CEO, Episcopal Health Foundation & Bishop C. Andrew Doyle, Episcopal Diocese of Texas
By Avery Tucker Fontaine, Head of Strategic Philanthropy, BNY Mellon Wealth Management
By Karen McNeil-Miller, president & CEO, The Colorado Health Foundation (Denver, CO)
By Mark Kramer, co-founder and managing director, FSG
By Mary Jane Rynd, president & CEO, Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust (Phoenix, AZ)
By Tony J. Fundaro, president & CEO, Philanthropy Southwest
The Arizona Community Foundation launched the Arizona COVID-19 Community Response Fund.
The OneAZ Community Foundation has launched the 2020 Community Impact Grant program.
The Eden Prairie Community Foundation launched a COVID-19 Response Fund.
Arizona Humanities is funding non-profit humanities and cultural organizations facing financial hardship from COVID-19 through the CARES Act Emergency Relief.
The Arkansas Community Foundation created a COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the United Way of Larimer County have established the Northern Colorado COVID-19 Response Fund.
The Chaffee County Community Foundation re-activated their Emergency Response Fund.
The Rose Community Foundation has established a COVID-19 page, a FAQ page, and a resources page that is constantly updated with community resources for nonprofits and individuals as well as giving opportunities to vetted nonprofits.
The Denver Foundation announced their Critical Needs Fund.
The Community Foundation of Gunnison Valley announced their COVID-19 Recovery Fund.
The Community Foundation for the Alleghenies established their COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund.
The Broomfield Community Foundation launched the Disaster Relief Fund- Covid 19 Response & Recovery.
The Longmont Community Foundation established the Neighbor to Neighbor Covid-19 Relief Fund with the help of local businesses.
The Nevada Community Foundation has announced COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.
The Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation launched the Tahoe Together Community Support Fund.
The Community Foundation of Western Nevada established a COVID19 Relief Fund.
Nevada Humanities launches Nevada Humanities CARES: Relief Grants for Nevada Nonprofit Cultural Organizations.
The Albuquerque Community Foundation established the Emergency Action Fund.
The Los Alamos Community Foundation has established the Nonprofit Emergency Response Funds.
The New Mexico Humanities Council CARES Act Grant Application is open.
The Oklahoma City Community Foundation established the Oklahoma City Community Foundation 2020 Disaster Relief Fund.
The Tulsa Community Foundation established the Tulsa Area Covid-19 Response Fund.
Oklahoma Humanities announces grant funding for cultural organizations statewide through Humanities Organizations Pandemic Emergency Grants (or H.O.P.E. Grants).
The Community Foundation of Abilene launched the COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Communities Foundation of Texas has announced the implementation of their North Texas Community Response Fund.
The San Antonio Area Foundation established the COVID-19 Response Fund.
The Greater Houston Community Foundation and United Way of Greater Houston launched the Greater Houston COVID-19 Recovery Fund.
The Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation created the WFACF Disaster Relief Fund.
El Paso Community Foundation launched the Coronavirus Fund, the Get Shift Done for El Paso, and The El Paso County Medical Society Masks and PPE Fund
The San Angelo Area Foundation established the COVID-19 Community Response Fund.
The North Texas Community Foundation created the Better Together Fund.
Humanities Texas invites Texas cultural and educational institutions facing financial hardship due to COVID-19 to apply for the CARES Act fast-track Relief Grants.