Center for Workers’ Rights
To provide the Coronavirus Job Protection Helpline to answer questions and concerns from Sacramento residents whose jobs have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, at no charge, regardless of income level or immigration status.
First Step Communities
To add a sleeping area in the services building to remove and place the medically vulnerable out of the main shelter.
Hire Hope Learning Academy (Fiscal Lead for Sacramento NAACP)
To train members of the black communities to sew with the intention to produce and distribute face masks for communities of color in Sacramento.
Hmong Youth and Parents United
To distribute culturally appropriate food items and essential supplies from April through June to Hmong and Southeast Asian families in North Sacramento and South Sacramento.
Philippine National Day Association
To provide small grants to Filipino elderly, students, youth, migrant workers, frontline workers, and others regardless of immigration status. The fund assists with covering basic needs for our kababayan (countrymen) who are experiencing the greatest need.
Sacramento Area Congregations Together
To provide emergency essential services such as rent, utility and food assistance to families affected by COVID-19, specifically targeting immigrant, undocumented, low-wage and uninsured communities.
Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce
To provide grant support to minority-owned small businesses to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses and their employees.
Sacramento City Unified School District
To provide stipends to essential lower-paid frontline workers who continue to physically report to work through the COVID-19 pandemic to serve students’ needs.
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services
To purchase food that is distributed through Black Child Legacy Campaign Community Incubator Leads.
Sacramento Region Community Foundation
To deploy flexible resources to nonprofits impacted by COVID-19 or working with communities impacted by COVID-19.
Sacramento Steps Forward
To provide services through area nonprofits to unhoused Sacramentans, such as emergency shelters, hygiene stations and other solutionsto meet their needs, with an emphasis on encampments.
United Way California Capital Region
To provide family support grants in the amount of $500 to provide childcare, meals, rental assistance and other essential resources for families whose lives have been disrupted by COVID-19.
Voice of the Youth
To purchase and distribute healthy food for the vulnerable populations in Sacramento. Food is packaged and distributed using all COVID-19 safety precautions.