As COVID-19 continues to impact our way of life, we have compiled resources to help you, help your family, and help nonprofit and arts organizations. These resources contain updates and information from our incredible group of community partners, so please explore the resources below and then visit their websites and social media channels for the most up-to-date information.
As always, for the latest information and resources related to coronavirus, visit the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For local updates, visit the New York City Health Department and New York State Department of Health.
We will continute to update this page as more resources become available. Please stay safe and stay home!
Explore resources that are meant to help you and your family during this tumultuous time. Support your mental health with resources from groups like NAMI-NYC and the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, family health resources from groups like Safe Horizon and Planned Parenthood, work and productivity resources from groups like Idealist and Creative Mornings, and meaningful entertainment options from Magnet Theater, StoryCorps, and many more.
Looking for ways to help during the COVID-19 pandemic? Nonprofits and organizations in NYC are asking for help, so we've rounded up a comprehensive (and growing) list of groups along with ways you make a difference. Discover how you can help your community by signing online petitions, lending your voice for a cause over social media, making a financial contribution, getting educated, and advocating for human rights.
Many parents are facing new challenges around children's education, and fortunately many organizations have jumped in to help by providing extensive online learning resources and activities to help kids grow. Explore indoor learning activities and online learning programs offered by 15 different New York City organizations, including Children's Museum of the Arts, Urban Arts Partnership, Girls Who Code, Prospect Park Alliance, Brooklyn Music School, and many more.
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