Apr 10 • Getting Help

Non-Filers IRS free Form - Stimulus Check

IRS form for non-filers Enter info if you did not file tax return last year. You can enter bank info for automatic direct deposit of the stimulus check

Apr 10 • Getting Help

Non-Filers IRS free Form - Stimulus Check

IRS form for non-filers Enter info if you did not file tax return last year. You can enter bank info for automatic direct deposit of the stimulus check

Critical • Apr 10 • Helping Health Workers

UConn Health PPE Drive

UConn Health is teaming up with the UConn Foundation to help address the critical shortage of medical supplies during the COVID-19 outbreak, including personal protective equipment (PPE). This is an unprecedented time, and a community effort is needed to meet the immediate needs of our frontline healthcare staff as they care for patients. We are now accepting homemade mask donations.

Apr 09 • Helping Others

Rally For Restaurants

Your favorite restaurants are suffering as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis. Sales are down across the country, and jobs are at risk. You can help. Support your local restaurant and order takeout, buy a gift card, or rally your government officials to take action so local restaurants have a chance to survive.

Apr 08 • Jobs

COVID-19 Business Support Hub

The COVID-19 Business Support Hub has all the latest information and insight available, with the purpose of supporting you and your business at this time.

Apr 07 • Getting Help

RepairSmith- FREE 'No-Contact Car Repair

RepairSmith is donating $100,000 in FREE 'No-Contact Car Repair'* to car owners in our community who are severely impacted by COVID-19. If you've experienced loss of employment or are acting as a frontline worker to your community and requires the use of a functioning car — we're here to help keep you moving forward. (California and Nevada)

Apr 07 • Getting Help

Jewish Family Service Agency - Emergency Assistance

Jewish Family Service Agency provides emergency assistance to people in need, including food. For information, call 702-732-0304 or go to their website: https://www.jfsalv.org/emergency-assistance

phone 702-732-0304
Apr 07 • Getting Food

Three Square- Emergency Food Distribution

Three Square is providing meals at several locations including YMCAs, community centers and schools. For the most up to date list of distribution centers, please visit their website and click on the Get Food link. www.threesquare.org

Apr 07 • Getting Food

Clark County School District- Food Distribution

The Clark County School District (CCSD) will continue providing breakfast and lunch to students during the closure of our schools. Starting Monday, April 6, CCSD’s 36 food distribution sites will be serving meals at a new time from 9 a.m. until noon. This new time will apply even after spring break.

Apr 07 • Getting Help

Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth

Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth offers assistance with food, shelter, clothing & other things for youth ages 12 to 20. Call 866-827-3723.

phone 866-827-3723
Apr 07 • Getting Food

Helping Hands of Vegas Valley

Eligible seniors age 60 and older can get help from Helping Hands of Vegas Valley. There is a waitlist for their food delivery program. Call 702-507-1838 or visit their website for more information: https://hhovv.org/food-and-paper-goods-program/

phone 702-507-1838
Apr 07 • Getting Help

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Legal and Financial Toolkit

Link to a legal and financial toolkit was developed by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada in response to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).

phone 702-386-1070
Apr 07 • Getting Help

State Bar of Nevada-COVID-19: Information and Resources

The State Bar of Nevada has compiled important and relevant information for the legal community regarding the coronavirus outbreak.

Apr 06 • Getting Food

Sunshine Division

Open at both locations for clients to continue receiving emergency food. Food boxes are served near the entrances (outside) in a manner that ensures the safety and precautions to thoughtfully care for clients and staff. For hours and locations, click check out the link.

Apr 05 • Education

Overcoming MS: Support through COVID-19

The charity Overcoming MS have put together a dedicated resource hub offering guidance for those who have Multiple Sclerosis, as to how they can stay safe and well during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Apr 03 • Donations

Raphael House of Portland

We know everyone is reeling in the wake of COVID-19. As fallout from this pandemic ripples across our community, we’re seeing firsthand the devastating impact it’s having on families at the margins. More than 400 survivors in our programs rely on Raphael House for shelter, food, hygiene supplies, safety planning, and emergency resources—in addition to a high volume of callers on our 24-hotline.

Apr 03 • Donations

Portland Street Medicine

Portland Street Medicine is a volunteer-driven initiative and will continue to be so. As we ramp up our street outreach in response to COVID-19, it makes the most sense for us to use our volunteer clinicians for the provision of care.

phone 503-501-1231
Apr 03 • Helping Others

Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

Through this Fund, grants will be made to restaurant industry employees who have been impacted by COVID-19, including a decrease in wages or loss of employment. Grants will be awarded as soon as possible to those individuals who meet the prescribed eligibility criteria.

phone 800.809.6032
Apr 01 • Getting Food

Care To Share

Coordinating assistance to families and individuals who seek emergency food and other basic necessities.

phone 503-591-9079