If you are looking to help with a donation to help fight COVID-19 (Coronavirus), here is a list of sites that feature places to donate.
A Solo Woman Traveling has no affiliation with any of these sites. Nor will A Solo Woman Traveling profit or benefit from these sites in any way. The links below are all sites I found that are helping people around the world during this crisis. A Solo Woman Traveling is not directly endorsing these organizations or recommending you donate.
Below is an excerpt from the WHO website on how to to donate
Online donations made via this website are tax-deductible in the U.S. to the extent allowable by law. The UN Foundation accepts checks or wire transfers from anywhere in the world and may be able to provide tax benefits to U.S.-based donors. Contact COVID19Fund@unfoundation.org if you have any questions.
Through a partnership with the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation, part of the Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) network, donors located in Europe and Canada may be able to give via wire transfer. To learn more about which mechanism may be right for you, visit the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund webpage. See our FAQs for more information on potential tax-exemption.
You can also donate by text via U.S. mobile carriers. To give $25, text WHO25 to 501501. To give $50, text WHO50 to 501501.
Donations to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization are powered by the United Nations Foundation.
For corporate and foundation giving, please contact COVID19Fund@unfoundation.org.
Esquire Magazine has a post with many recommendations on where to donate. A few include Meals on Wheels, Feeding America, and Homeless Shelters. Links are all provided in their post.
Below is an excerpt from the UNICEF website on how to to donate
Since the start of the outbreak in December 2019, the new coronavirus has spread to over 182 countries and territories. As of 21 March 2020, there have been over 266,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), with over 11,100 deaths reported, including among children.1 UNICEF is revising its appeal to meet the increased needs of communities, and of health systems and structures – to both protect against the disease and address COVID-19’s collateral impacts.