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Relief International – This nonprofit works in 16 different countries to provide food, education, and medical care to “people in the world’s most fragile settings.” Now, its workers are building isolation and treatment centers in refugee camps for COVID-19 patients, delivering care packages to the homes of refugees, and opening more health clinics. 

World Central Kitchen – World Central Kitchen (WCK) has served over 25 million meals to the hungry since 2010, and now it’s tackling emergency food relief during a global pandemic. Working in dozens of cities, it provides over 250,000 fresh meals each day to those without access to food—and it’s doing this by working with restaurants directly to help them keep their doors open while also nourishing people in need during COVID-19. 

Khalsa Aid – Khalsa Aid is a Sikh humanitarian organization providing support for medical programs in vulnerable communities, including procuring hundreds of oxygen concentrators.

Give India – Frontline organization helping India in it’s fight against it’s battle against COVID.

New York Times neediest cases fund – The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has begun a special Covid-19 Relief Campaign for the spring of 2020. All proceeds will go to four nonprofit organizations that provide assistance to those facing economic hardship. The New York Times Company underwrites all administrative costs incurred by the fund, so every dollar donated goes to helping others.

The Trevor Project – The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.