- COVID-19 Updates
- Housing Resources
- Small Business Resources
- Resources for Families & Communities
- Resources for Seniors
- Resources for Nonprofit & Grassroots Organizations
- Food Resources
- Employment Resources
- Real Estate Resources
- Resources by Region
- Resources from the Federal Goverment
- Other Resources
SHNS Coronavirus Tracker: Stay up-to-date with COVID-19 news in Massachusetts with this tracker from the State House News Service.
Massachusetts COVID-19 Case Tracking (including daily report with county-level data)
Massachusetts Department of Public Health COVID-19 Information Webpage: This webpage is updated daily with news about COVID-19, and has useful guidance for different populations (e.g., employers, caregivers, etc.).
The Baker Administration's Steps to Ensure Housing Stability for Vulnerable Populations: Read here.
CHAPA's COVID-19 Affordable Housing Updates: Check out CHAPA’s website for a comprehensive list of state and national updates regarding COVID-19, as well as housing and non-housing resources, and to find out how you can take action.
Local Housing Solutions' COVID-19 Resource Webpage: Check out this webpage for resources on homelessness outreach efforts, eviction moratoriums, and other housing-related advice.
The National Multifamily Housing Council's Emergency Preparedness ListServ: Sign up to be added to a forum for dialogue on a wide range of topics that would require emergency responses.
The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University's COVID-19 Housing Resources.
Northeast Legal Aid and Massachusetts Law Reform Institute's Resource on COVID-19 and Evictions.
Boston Rent Relief Fund: Mayor Marty Walsh has announced a $3 million Rent Relief Fund to assist Bostonians who are at risk of losing their rental housing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Apply here.
Boston Housing Authority's Guidance for Boston property owners.
DHCD Guidance: Resident services for housing authorities, Limiting Visitors in Private Affordable Housing, Preparing and Responding to COVID19 in Public Housing, Resources and Best Practices for Resident Services.
DHCD & EOHED Information on Moratorium on evictions and foreclosures forms and other resources
The Massachusetts Division of Banks' FAQs about Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures During the COVID-19 Emergency
Enterprise COVID-19 Emergency Response Program: Resources and Support to Low-Income Renters and Housing Providers
Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program: SBA will offer low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Massachusetts small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of COVID-19. For more information, and to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan, click here.
Paycheck Protection Program Fact Sheet
Tax credits for small and medium sized business who provide paid leave to workers: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) unveiled the plan in a March 20 press release.
ICIC's Small Business Resource Center: COVID-19 webpage.
The City of Boston's Guidance for Small Businesses
Mass Growth Capital Corporation’s Resources for Small Businesses
LISC and Verizon Small Business Recovery Fund: Massachusetts businesses are eligible to apply for $10,000 grants through this fund. Learn more here.
Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts’ Small Business Resources
Lawyers for Civil rights and Tufts Health Plan Small Business Grant: $1,000 funding for small businesses, especially those responding directly to the pandemic or generally supporting the continued health or welfare of their communities. Apply here. Deadline is May, 28 at 5PM.
The United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley's COVID-19 Family Support Fund: The fund will provide financial support for working families impacted by the coronavirus public health emergency. Learn more here.
Asian Community Emergency Relief Fund: Donations to this fund will go directly to help Asian American families and workers who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund is an initiative of Asian CDC, in partnership with the Chinese Progressive Association, Viet-AID, Asian American Resource Workshop, and Greater Boston Legal Services. Find out more and donate here.
Codman Square NDC's COVID-19 Community Resources: A comprehensive list of resources on a wide range of areas such as health, legal, food, housing, etc.
Community care in the Time of Coronavirus: From the US Dept. of Arts and Culture.
ABCD’s Neighborhood Service Sites: Sites opened for food pantry and brown bag programs.
Free Respite Care Grants from HFC and the Home Instead Senior Care network
CDC Interim Guidance on Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in Retirement Communities and Independent Living Facilities.
2Life Communities’ COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures
NACEDA’s COVID-19 resource webpage for Community Developers
Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s resource webpage for Massachusetts Nonprofit
New Emergency Governance Procedures for Nonproft Corporations from Krokidas & Bluestein LLP
Tufts Health Plan COVID-19 Fund: Funding for nonprofits working with older people affected by the coronavirus outbreak in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Connecticut. Learn more here.
Fallon Health COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund: Small grants for organizations that are supporting food insecurity response efforts and/or social isolation and support services. Apply here.
Free tools and technology: Box is offering three months of their Business plan for free; Cloudfare is offering unlimited seats of Cloudfare for Teams throught September 1; GoToMeeting is offering three months free for its videoconferencing platform; Microsoft is offering six months of Microsoft Teams for free.
LogMeIn Support: LogMeIn is providing free Emergency Remote Work Kits for Health Care Providers, Educational Institutions, Municipalities & Nonprofit organizations, and current LogMeIn customers
Looking Glass Creative's Online Event Resources: Tools and resources for online gatherings and virtual events
New England Grassroot Fund's COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund: Small grants for grassroots groups reponding to local needs and building resilience in their community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more here.
The National Center for Family Philanthropy has mapped emergency funding opportunities for nonprofits across the United States.
Community Foundation has a list of community foundations across 49 states that have established emergency funding packages for nonprofit organizations broken down by states.
Candid has a list of state-level funding opportunities that include both community foundations and other external funding resources.
Funders Together to End Homelessness’ Covid-19 resources for philanthropy. They also run weekly webinars around funding for the sector.
Please also see the "Resources by Region" section for resources specific to your region.
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture’s Resources for local food deliveries
State Food Resource Webpage: How and where to buy local food in Massachusetts
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts’ Food Resources
Project Bread FoodSource hotline: A comprehensive statewide information and referral service for people facing hunger in Massachusetts.
Child Nutrition Outreach Program: School Closure Meal Information Resources
Pandemic EBT - Q & As
WorkShare information for Employers: WorkShare allows an employer to reduce the hours of work for employees in an entire company (or a small unit or department), and the employees receive unemployment benefits to supplement their reduced wages. Learn more here.
Associated Industries of Massachusetts’ COVID-19 Resources: Check out this Guide for answers to Frequently Asked Questions for employers navigating the COVID-19 crisis. Also check out AIM's resource page for employers, and its Thirty on Thursday Webinar Series, a series of webinars on COVID-19 and the workplace.
The Urban Land Institute’s COVID-19 Resource webpage on public health and real estate.
Guidance on Protecting Multi-Tenant Residential Maintenance Employees from COVID-19 from Goulston and Storrs.
WinnCompanies Rapid Assessment Form: The Boston Public Health Commission and the Infectious Disease Bureau are distributing Rapid Assessment Forms to communities in the city with confirmed positive cases. This data collection allows them to understand PPE, signage, cleaning and supply needs for staff and residents while they respond to confirmed cases and contact tracing.
North Shore Resources from North Shore CDC.
City of Worcester’s employment and financial assistance and resources
Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance Inc. COVID-19 Resources
Boston Community Resources: This document lists resources available to help the Boston community during this public health crisis. It is in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Kreyol.
The Boston Resiliency Fund: The City of Boston's effort to coordinate fundraising and philanthropic efforts to provide essential services to Boston residents whose health and wellbeing are most immediately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more here.
The Boston Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund: This fund supports Greater Boston organizations that are working with communities that are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Learn more here, and request support from the fund here. Also, check out The Boston Foundation's Resource webpage.
The Cambridge Community Foundation's COVID-19 Emergency Fund: Grants for Cambridge residents, nonprofits and small businesses experiencing financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more here.
Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund: Financial resources for nonprofits working with communities disproportionately affected by the crisis. Learn more here.
Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and Berkshire United Way's COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund: The fund is providing flexible resources to nonprofits in Berkshire County that work with communities disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and its economic consequences. Learn more here.
CDC of South Berkshire’s Resource Webpage
413Cares: A portal for Western Massachusetts residents that provides online access to housing, healthcare, and educational resources
The City of Springfield Office of Planning and Economic Development's COVID-19 Resources and Guidance for Businesses
CARES Act: An Act to provide emergency assistance and health care response for individuals, families, and businesses affected by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Tax Relief: Resources from the Internal Revenue service.
IRS tax related Guidance: FAQs on employee benefits relating to the IRS and DOL COVID-19 Related Tax Credit Guidance
A quick guide to CDBG eligible activities to support infectious disease response: This document lays out examples of COVID-19 responses that communities can take using their CDBG funds.
CONNECT by WinnCompanies: Search by Zip code for services, resources and community partners to meet your housing, health, employment, education, economic mobility, and community engagement needs.
Multi-language Resource: This website provides information, news, health and social resources in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole.
Map showing the location of resources available to the public during COVID-19 pandemic, such as food banks, spiritual health and Project Bread site locations.
Protect MA: An online marketplace that connects Black and Latinx designers, makers, and manufacturers of personal protective equipment (PPE) with potential buyers in the business and residential communities.
Lawyers for Civil Rights Resource Page: COVID-19 Resources in English, Spanish and Chinese
COVID-19 Rights: Flyer from the Attorney General's Office
Immigrant Health and COVID-19 rights: Flyer from the Attorney General's Office
Racial Equity & Social Justice Resources from Racial Equity Tools
Resources for Health Care workers and First Responders from the Attorney General’s Office
UMass Data Dash: Linking COVID-19 cases with race, housing, and socioeconomic status
FAQs on Stimulus Checks, Unemployment and the Coronavirus Bill: Check out this NY Times article.
The Massachusetts Health Connector has opened an extended enrollment period for anyone without health insurance to enroll. The special enrollment period has been extended to June 23. Apply here.
Coping with stress due to COVID-19 from the Boston Public Health Commission
Exempt Emergency Childcare Information: Complete this form if you are interested in operating an Exempt Emergency Child Care Program during the COVID-19 State of Emergency. Check out this list of Frequently Asked Questions about Emergency Childcare Programs.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's Resource webpage for Bankers and Consumers.