Covid-19 Resource Center


Economic Relief PlanStimulus checks, expanded unemployment benefits, student loan assistance, etcVaried; including must have filed 2018 or 2019 taxes
VariousExtensive list of Assistance ResourcesVaried
The Virginia WIC ProgramThe Program provides nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion and support, supplemental nutritious foods, counseling at WIC clinics, and screening and referrals to other health, welfare, and social services.To be eligible for the WIC Program, applicants must meet categorical, residential, income, and nutrition risk requirements.
Richmond Public SchoolsMeal Distribution Sites
Holli Fund and Richmond Restaurant Workers Relief FundProvides emergency grants to food service workers in crisis.A food service worker can apply for assistance up to three months after a crisis occurs. Individuals must be currently employed in the food service industry to qualify for a grant.
The CARES ActIntended to assist business owners' needsVaried
Economic Injury Disaster LoanFor small businesses in Virginia needing financial assistance due to the spreading of the CoronavirusSmall businesses and non-profits must not have credit available elsewhere.
AirbnbTo connect healthcare providers, relief workers, and first responders with clean, convenient places to stay that allow them to be close to their patients — and safely distanced from their own families. Must be a healthcare provider, relief worker, or first responder
AirbnbUpdated cancellation options to help guests and hosts during this difficult timeMust be a guest or host that has experienced financial loss due to travel cancellation
SheetzFree kids meals to help children and families in need.  One bag per child. Families must register in participating stores.