The COVID-19 Crisis Fund will support critical needs identified by the City as it responds to the pandemic. The Mayor’s Fund, a 501c3, can quickly take in and disburse funds and is uniquely aligned with the City.
The Mayor of Los Angeles has identified the following key priority areas:
Supplying home-delivered meals for isolated seniors, childcare support and other community resources for families, workers, and small businesses whose lives have been disrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Childcare services, counseling support, and other resources for the heroic healthcare workers on the frontlines of this health crisis.
Increased access to testing kits, personal protective equipment, and other supplies vital to ensuring the health and safety of Angelenos and those protecting them.
Services for unhoused Angelenos, such as emergency shelters, hygiene stations, and other solutions to meet the needs of the city’s homeless population and keep us all safe.
Learn more from trusted and official sources, including LAMayor.org/Coronavirus, CDC.gov, PublicHealth.LACounty.gov, and Covid19.CA.gov. For additional questions, you can call 211, the County’s hotline, which is available 24/7, or the Mayor’s Help Desk at 213-978-1028.
You may send a check by mail at the following address:
The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles
1801 W. Olympic Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91199-2345
Please make the check out to “Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles,” and in the memo line write “L.A. Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund.” Writing this in the memo line ensures it will be used specifically for the crisis response to COVID-19/coronavirus.
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