4.24.20 How You Can Help

Over these last few weeks, it has been inspiring to see the number of people who are donating and volunteering during this time of crisis. The outpouring of support and care for our neighbors truly shows the strength of our community, but we aren’t done yet!

Below, I’ve compiled a list of organizations that still need our help. If you’re self-isolating or in a high-risk group, donating funds, medical supplies or care packages is a great way to support our community. If you are otherwise healthy, in a low-risk group, and engaging in social distancing, you may also want to consider volunteering as your help is desperately needed.

American Red Cross

  • The Red Cross is in critical need due to the outbreak as blood drives continue to be canceled. Please consider making an appointment to donate lifesaving blood, platelets, and AL Elite plasma

Christian Life Center

  • If you are able to donate, we are in need of these 3 items: 16 oz bags of spaghetti, 16 oz box of cereal, and 16 oz of rice. Please drop off at CLC Main entrance during the week from 9am – 5pm.

Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless

  • Providing assistance to the homeless during the crisis. Visit their website to find out how to donate or volunteer

Code Blue

Feeding Pennsylvania

  • Supporting local food banks here in Pennsylvania, distributing food to families hit the hardest by the outbreak

Food Pantries:

  • Bucks County local food pantries can be found here
  • Donate to the Montgomery County food bank here

Fresh Connect Bucks County

  • A Free Mobile Farm Market that provides fresh produce to low income families and seniors at three locations throughout Bucks County each week

Local Hospitals

  • Support by donating funds, medical supplies, or food and care packages
  • Bucks County local hospitals can be found here
  • Montgomery County local hospitals can be found here

MontCoPA COVID-19 Response Fund

  •  Supporting non-profit organizations on the front lines helping Montgomery County’s most vulnerable populations during this crisis

Monto Anti-Hunger Network

  •  Supporting those facing food insecurity


  • Philabundance is building and distributing emergency food boxes across our nine-county service area

Rolling Harvest Food Rescue

  • Purchases surplus from local farms to distribute to local residents in need

RSVP of Montgomery County

  •  Sign up to volunteer your time to assist our county’s most vulnerable residents in this time of crisis

Salvation Army

  • Financial contributions allow them to quickly respond to changing needs. In-kind goods of non-perishable food, baby supplies, hygiene products, cleaning and sanitizing items, and paper products are also welcome at select Salvation Army facilities.

United Way of Bucks County COVID-19 Recovery Fund

  • Bucks County COVID-19 Recovery Fund is a local, coordinated emergency response fund to support that short- and long-term financial recovery of people in Bucks County


  • Providing emergency child care for health care workers and first responders; food for children without access to school meals; and outreach to seniors in social isolation

Your Way Home

  •  Providing emergency and permanent housing to those in need

For updated information, don’t forget to visit www.coronavirus.gov to access helpful tips and ways to keep yourself and your loved ones safe during this outbreak