The coronavirus outbreak is creating unprecedented food insecurity all across America. We need your help to ensure Americans have access to food for themselves and their families.
As COVID-19 affects more and more people across the US, people from all walks of life are struggling to acquire fulfilling meals. Many Americans now find themselves visiting food pantries for the first time in their lives, yet often these pantries are desolate. The effects of the pandemic are hurting not only those who’ve tested positive or are in quarantine, but also vulnerable families, essential workers, medical professionals, emergency responders, and more.
Many of these people struggling to properly feed themselves and their families are also pet owners, now facing a difficult decision. Unable to properly care for their fur babies, too many are being forced to surrender their pets to shelters.
Nonprofit organizations, who usually focus on housing and community efforts, are now finding themselves at the front lines, scrambling to cover the costs of meals on top of the services they already provide. Many of these organizations don’t have the continued funding to keep supporting their communities for an extended period.
That’s why Greater Good Charities is stepping up to support food donation and distribution efforts. But we can't do it without YOUR support. Your donation gets food to the most vulnerable children and families living in poverty, community centers providing care to the families of our front-line responders, veterans housing groups, those in quarantine, healthcare workers, pet owners and countless others.
Your help makes a difference. By giving today you ensure that those in need—and those helping—are well taken care of. As the pandemic forces physical distance between us, you can help us come together to keep our friends, neighbors, loved ones, front-liners—the whole country—safe and healthy.
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.