The COVID-19 Crisis Fund supports critical unmet needs in partnership with the City as it responds to the pandemic. The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles is an independent nonprofit uniquely positioned to enhance and support City programs where funding is needed to ensure we reach those who need it most.
With support to date from over 10,000 generous Angelenos like you, our COVID-19 Relief Programs have supported the following:
Provides direct and immediate financial assistance for individuals and families experiencing extreme financial hardship caused by a job loss, severe reduction of work hours, or furloughs. This includes low-wage hourly workers who had jobs in homes and restaurants, seasonal workers, and other precarious workers such as day laborers, street vendors, or self-employed individuals who are facing extreme economic hardship because of COVID-19.
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.
You may send a check by mail to 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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Thank you for your donation and your continued support of this important work. Together, we can keep our fellow Angelenos from facing an extreme economic crisis and help our city move forward.
For more information on public programs and the latest on the COVID-19 crisis, please go to 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.