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🏠Coronavirus Relief: Food & Shelter

The organizations featured in this collection are focusing on providing food and shelter to families across the United States. As coronavirus continues to disrupt everyday life, an extra strain has been put on many of these organizations - many which are needed now more than ever. Volunteer shortages and social distancing measures means nonprofits such as Feeding America and City Harvest are in dire need of donations. The National Low Income Housing Coalition is providing constant resources, updates, and guidance regarding coronavirus as it relates to housing and homelessness. With a goal to relieve childhood hunger, Share our Strength’s No Kid Hungry provides meals to children across the nation. Meals on Wheels, a favorite of Millie, is providing food to seniors to ensure they consume healthy and nutritious meals, which is especially critical at a time like this. Hope and Comfort continues to support hygiene items for children in need. And your local shelters are needing more support, so we've included Boston-based St. Francis House. Plan International is focused on supporting girls and their families who were already vulnerable are now in even more danger. These nonprofits are helping tens of thousands of people across the country everyday, and any contribution would be greatly needed!

Feeding America

Chicago, IL

Feeding America is the largest hunger-relief organization in the United States. Through a network of more than 200 food banks, 21 statewide food bank associations, and over 60,000 partner agencies, food pantries and meal programs, we helped provide 6.6 billion meals to tens of millions of people in need last year. Feeding America also supports programs that prevent food waste and improve food security among the people we serve; brings attention to the social and systemic barriers that contribute to food insecurity in our nation; and advocates for legislation that protects people from going hungry.

Share Our Strength | No Kid Hungry

Washington, DC

Share Our Strength's mission is to end hunger and poverty in the U.S. and abroad. How do we do that? Through our campaigns, like No Kid Hungry, which will end childhood hunger in the United States, and Cooking Matters, which helps low-income families learn to shop and cook healthier. It’s a big job, but we’re not alone. We believe that everyone has a strength to share to help ensure every individual can live a healthy and productive life.

St. Francis House

Boston, MA

St. Francis House rebuilds lives by providing refuge and pathways to stability for adults experiencing homelessness and poverty every day.

National Low Income Housing Coalition

Washington, DC

The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated solely to achieving socially just public policy that ensures people with the lowest incomes in the United States have affordable and decent homes. Educate: We educate lawmakers and the public about the need for affordable homes. Mobilize: We mobilize members and supporters across the country to advocate for good housing policy. Shape Public Opinion: We shape public opinion of low income housing issues.

City Harvest

New York, NY

City Harvest is New York City’s largest food rescue organization, helping to feed the nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers struggling to put meals on the table.

DC Central Kitchen

Washington, DC

DC Central Kitchen’s mission is to use food as a tool to strengthen bodies, empower minds, and build communities.

Meals On Wheels America

Arlington, VA

Our mission is to empower local community programs to improve the health and quality of life of the seniors they serve so that no one is left hungry or isolated.

Hope & Comfort

Needham, MA

We distribute essential hygiene products to support and improve the health, self-esteem, and hygiene education of youth in Greater Boston.

Plan International USA

Providence, RI

We are outraged that girls around the world face injustices that threaten their education, safety and ultimately their lives. Together with adolescent girls and supporters like you, we're working to end child marriage, human trafficking and other injustices preventing youth, especially girls, from growing into their potential. COVID-19 update: The fight for gender equality cannot take a backseat right now. Girls who were already vulnerable are in even more danger. When schools close their doors, girls are at the highest risk of never going back again. When health care resources are diverted, girls lose crucial services. And in times of crisis, like this pandemic, harmful practices like child marriage, trafficking and gender-based violence dramatically escalate. We aren’t giving up, and we know you aren’t either. We’ll be here, every day, making sure girls are safe and healthy and that their futures aren’t compromised. But we really can’t do this without you.

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