COVID-19 and Coronavirus Philanthropy

In the Midst of Every Crisis Lies Great Opportunity,
one of which is the opportunity to be generous

Whether you contribute to a coordinated response fund, support programs aimed at recovery efforts in essential fields, or help address food insecurity, now is the time to be a good neighbor to your fellow Vermonters. We are all in this together, and we are Vermont Strong. Together, we can become Vermont Stronger.

Below is a growing list of non-profits and programs to partner with to support Vermonters during this pandemic.

Roundtable Members
(The Power of Giving Fund or Thank Health Heroes – post your message or photo of support for frontline health care workers)

Howard Center

Rutland Regional Medical Center (COVID-19 Community Support Fund)

Southwestern Vermont Health Care (COVID-19 Relief Fund to provide critical support)

University of Vermont Health Network (COVID-19 Response Fund or #ThanksHealthHeroes – post your message or photo of support for frontline health care workers)

Vermont Community Foundation (coordinated response fund to support non-profits equipped to address community impacts)

Vermont Foodbank (addressing a growing food insecurity issue across the state by distributing food to hungry Vermonters)

Vermont Talent Pipeline (supporting healthcare, manufacturing and construction industries address labor shortages)

Other Community Support
Frontline Foods (providing meals to frontline healthcare workers in Vermont)

LoveVermont (index of Vermont businesses to support)