Giving Compass’ Take:
• Here are five ways that you can support nonprofit organizations virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
• How are you currently supporting organizations? Do you know of virtual opportunities that can help nonprofits in your area?
• Read more on how funders can help nonprofits weather coronavirus.
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has the world navigating unprecedented waters. Millions of people are self-quarantined at home and reading more news than usual, but between the news updates, there are stories sharing small ways that people are showing up for another.
If you’re looking for a way to spread hope, and perhaps ease a heavy heart, there are several ways you can help. There are many organizations directly involved with COVID-19 relief, but emergency response and healthcare organizations aren’t the only nonprofits that need your support. The coronavirus pandemic is causing unusual struggles for everyone and all nonprofit organizations are still working hard to make an impact on their unique missions.
In addition to donating to the nonprofits supporting those on the front lines, consider these five ways you can offer support to all nonprofits during this time.
- Donate Money, Supplies, or Your Time
- Start a Personal Fundraising Page
- Share a Campaign on Social Media
- Attend a Virtual Fundraising Event
- Sign Up to Make a Recurring Donation
Read the full article about ways to help nonprofits during COVID-19 by Meredith Kavanagh at Charity Navigator.
Learning and benchmarking are key steps towards becoming an impact giver. If you are interested in giving with impact on North America take a look at these selections from Giving Compass.
Looking for a way to get involved?
If you are interested in COVID-19, please see these relevant events, training, conferences or volunteering opportunities the Giving Compass team recommends.
Are you ready to give?
If you are ready to take action and invest in causes for COVID-19, check out these Giving Funds, Charitable Organizations and Projects related to COVID-19.