General information and data on the coronavirus pandemic.
We've collected a few resources on different aspects of the COVID-19 crisis that don't directly relate to funding or grantmaking. We hope these will help you with your communications and give you a general understanding of the impacts of the outbreak, which is affecting all of us and our communities.
Official Agency Websites
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- International information resources for the public on COVID-19
Additional COVID-19 Data Sources and Information
- Coronavirus Resource Center (Johns Hopkins University & Medicine)
A global and U.S. dashboard of cases, deaths and testing along with maps.
- The COVID Racial Data Tracker (A partnership of The Atlantic and the Antiracist Research & Policy Center)
This source tracks disparate ways COVID-19 impacts communities of color by collecting, publishing and analyzing racial data on the pandemic from across the United States. It is a collaboration of the COVID Tracking Project and the Antiracist Research & Policy Center.
- Philanthropy’s Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) (Foundation Maps by Candid.)
An interactive map and dashboard reporting the number of grants, dollar amount granted, funders and number of recipients across the world.
Communications in Philanthropy Now
Philanthropy can serve as a trusted resource for actionable communications that lead with empathy and support grantees to prevent the spread of disease, preserve well-being, maintain social cohesion and respond to economic hardship.
Take a look at recommendations from these sources about messaging, communications and psycho-social responses.
- COVID-19 Crisis Comms Triage Kit | Live & Evolving | The Communications Network
- Framing COVID-19 | Live & Evolving | FrameWorks Institute
- Guidance for Philanthropic Communications in a Pandemic | March 2020 | Northern California Grantmakers
- Planning Your COVID-Related Communications: A Flowchart [Infographic] | May 2020 | Media Frenzy Global and MarketingProfs