Supporting Mental Health in the Age of COVID
A panel of mental health funders highlighted how donors can have a bigger impact on the communities and individuals struggling with the stress of COVID-19 during a recent event, “Supporting Mental Health: Guidance for Donors,” hosted by the Center of High Impact Philanthropy and Mindful Philanthropy.
2021 Annual Guide: High Impact Giving in the Age of COVID
This guide incorporates what we have learned about best practices in crisis grantmaking as well as profiles of nonprofits working in a broad range of cause areas touched by the pandemic: health, education, economic development, and reliable information.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, mental health and addiction challenges have emerged as a major health crisis that will continue beyond the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine. This guidance applies our Health in Mind strategies to the behavioral health issues raised by COVID.
We are still in the throes of a global pandemic. Even as states and countries open up, the crisis reverberates and new hotspots emerge. Against this backdrop, the question for individual donors and institutional grantmakers alike is: How can I help?
This dashboard collects grant award data across multiple funders and visualizes them against indicators of community need, reflecting $40,133,289 of grant awards f in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey made during the early response phase.
Charting Impact: Findings from the COVID Dashboard and Lessons for the Road Ahead
This free report identifies lessons for philanthropy from the COVID Response Dashboard and CHIP’s analysis of $40 million in rapid grantmaking in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.