This page includes resources for Coloradans who want to give back during Colorado's time of need. Opportunities for donations and volunteering will be updated here. Do you know of a resource missing from this page? You can suggest a resource to add with this form.
Colorado COVID Relief Fund
The Colorado COVID Relief Fund is hosted by the State of Colorado and Mile High United Way. The fund will be overseen by a committee of community leaders from across Colorado and will be providing aid to support Colorado communities and organizations affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19. Funds will provide flexible resources to organizations in our state working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by the outbreak.
Colorado healthcare professionals don't have the equipment they need. We're making it. Donate to Make4Covid.com to support.
Donating blood makes a big difference in the lives of others. Check out the Red Cross website for donation locations near you.
CHOW is a Denver based non-profit that supports laid-off service industry workers affected by COVID-19 restaurant closures. Monetary donations support free meals and therapy sessions, and donations of supplies and food are also appreciated.
Denver Metro Emergency Food Network
The Denver Metro Emergency Food Network has pledged to cook and deliver meals to low-income families and the elderly in need. Your support means additional meals for those whose food security has been threatened by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Imagine 2020 Artist Assistance Fund
Denver Arts & Venues launched the IMAGINE 2020 Artist Assistance Fund with $130K. Recognizing the overwhelming response to this aid and tremendous need of artists throughout Colorado, the Colorado Artist Relief Fund was developed.
One Fair Wage Emergency Fund
Restaurant workers, gig workers and other hourly workers are facing unprecedented economic hardship from the coronavirus crisis. It’s our turn to serve them. One Fair Wage Emergency Fund is providing cash assistance to restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers and more who are unable to make a living wage during this time.
Volunteer in Colorado
If you want to donate, volunteer, ask for help, or offer resources, start with HelpColoradoNow! Especially seeking people who can share reliable information, provide virtual support, deliver food, medication, and medical supplies, and help with daily tasks for people who live alone.
Colorado Mask Project
We’re working to provide all Coloradans with DIY masks to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Together, we can protect ourselves & keep our communities safe. Visit the Colorado Mask Project website to learn more about DIY masks.
Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer
This site is used to register, notify, and inform individuals who are interested in volunteering in the event of an accidental or intentional emergency, or other public or health care disaster. This site can also be used to register and notify other industries in the event of an emergency.
Volunteer with citizen science based projects, many of which can all be done entirely online. With a wide range of topics, you can work on a project that matters to you. Visit SciStarter to learn more.
History in the Making: COVID-19 Collecting Project
History is in the making, and future Coloradans will look to institutions like History Colorado (the official state historical society) to help make sense of what happened during this rapidly developing time. History Colorado has launched an inclusive, agile collecting campaign to rise to this challenge. All people in Colorado are encouraged to participate, as an individual or as part of a community.
Benefits in Action Volunteers
Volunteers play a critical role in achieving the Benefits in Action mission. They currently have opportunities in the following areas: Fundraising, Marketing, Education, Outreach, Data Entry, Navigator, & Referrals.
Remerg is an organization that provides resource and re-entry information specifically for people coming out of incarceration in Colorado. Sign up to volunteer to help the incarcerated population cobat COVID-19.