Bethel’s Homeless Ministry: Bethel’s Homeless Ministry needs the following materials for temporary housing: warm clothes, hand sanitizers, face masks, water bottles, sleeping bags (10-15 bags weekly).
Dane County Diaper: Bank Purchase needed items from their Amazon Wish List and have them shipped directly to your door.
Dane County Community COVID-19 Emergency Fund: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County (BGCDC), Selfless Ambition and other community-based organizations are partnering up to raise funds for essential supplies and food for families and students enduring financial hardship.
Emergency Farmer Fund: The Dane County Farmers’ Market and FairShare CSA Coalition have established a crowd-funding campaign to assist their member farms and food producers whose income has been severely impacted by COVID-19.
Goodman Community Center: The Goodman Community Center is in need of reusable bags and sturdy boxes to package the food to be delivered.
Literacy Network Pandemic Fund: The Literacy Network is providing support to help adult learners continue studying during these challenging times and other essential resources.
Madison Virtual Tip Jar: You can give tips to service industry folks or sign up to receive tips if needed.
Off the Square Homeless Ministry: Off the Square Club is in need of food for meal delivery, soap, hand sanitizer, paper products, and hot meals (homemade or store bought) for 40 people.
The Road Home Wishlist: The Road Home of Dane County is seeking housing essentials to be donated to vulnerable families in their housing program. Also, financial donations are always appreciated.
River Food Pantry Emergency Fund: The River Food Pantry established an Emergency Food Fund to meet the nutritional needs of food-insecure households in Dane County.
UW-Madison Emergency Student Support Fund: The university created this fund to protect the health and safety of students and families struggling during such difficult times. When new policies and practices are required to confront unprecedented events, this fund is designed to help alleviate:
- Unanticipated travel costs to home
- Food insecurity concerns
- Limited opportunities to work and earn funds for daily living, and decreased funding available for basic resources
- Graduate students who have families, and food needs for children
- Housing and moving expenses for those who need to quickly move out of residence halls
- International student needs
UW Health COVID-19 Response Fund: Address the urgent needs of patients and caregivers impacted by COVID-19.
YWCA Emergency Needs Wishlist: The YWCA has put together an emergency needs wishlist to prevent residents from leaving their building.