Louisville Metro COVID-19 response: How you can help
Team Kentucky Fund
The fund will provide assistance to Kentuckians who have been severely financially impacted by the COVID-19 emergency. The Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Public Protection Cabinet will oversee the Team Kentucky Fund. The fund is currently accepting tax-deductible donations.
Lee Initiative: Restaurant Workers Relief Fund
Fund for the Arts Cultural Lou Recovery Campaign
Gifts will help to support these immediate needs and will help provide the long-term recovery funds our treasured institutions and artists will need to rebound quickly.
Small Business Continuity Loan Program
The Mayor is urging Louisville companies that have PPE in stock or the capability to make PPE to step up and help.
- Face shields
- Safety goggles
- Surgical masks
- Surgical gloves
- Sanitizing wipes
- Disinfectant spray
- Hand sanitizer (65% alcohol minimum)
If your company can donate or manufacture any of these items, or know someone who can, and you want to know more, please contact Louisville Metro Government at [email protected] and someone will respond.
You can also contact the state PPE hotline at 1-833-448-3773 or go online HERE.
Contribute masks to Norton Healthcare
How to help health care workers with masks, other supplies. LEARN MORE.
Norton Healthcare Foundation Community COVID-19 Fund
Coalition for the Homeless
Make a gift or donation to member agencies, which are in desperate need of personal hygiene items — including hand sanitizer, toilet paper, facial tissue, disinfectant spray, and face masks. There are also many grassroots organizations who are continually in need of support.
Metro United Way COVID-19 Volunteer Connection
Metro United Way is serving as the hub for volunteer opportunities and supply needs across the city.