Show updates...
COVID-19: Additional Resources


T + T


Volunteerism and donation have been the response for the need created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are a few ways to volunteer and donate.

Help Now

The City of New York launched Help Now, a one-stop shop for New Yorkers to give and get help during the COVID-19 outbreak. Individuals can find:

  • Opportunities for healthcare workers through the Medical Reserve Corps and non-healthcare workers through the Volunteer Coordination Task Force.
  • Donation opportunities, including how to donate critical medical supplies and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the City of New York.

Businesses can also find opportunities to partner with the City of New York in its COVID-19 response. Individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations seeking help can find COVID-19-related assistance, including benefits, grants, and loans, on Help Now.

For more information click here.

New York Cares

Volunteers who are not licensed medical professionals seeking volunteer opportunities can visit: to find ways to volunteer during this crisis.

New York Blood Center

The New York Blood Center is no longer accepting walk-in customers; individuals must make an appointment. To make an appointment, call 1-800-933-2536 or visit:

Also go to to find locations and scheduling tool.

Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

A need for volunteers to make calls to partners and connect people to resources for the Staten Island Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD.) This is done remotely so volunteers can volunteer from home.

Contact Tami DiCostanzo at or 348-525-7789.

American Red Cross

Offering online training, with the expectation that anyone taking the trainings would volunteer in disaster response for a future disaster. For more information visit:

NYPD Personal Protective Equipment Donation Portal

The NYPD and New York Police Foundation is actively raising more funds and seeking donations to continue to meet its mission of supporting the NYPD. You can contribute to the Police Foundation at