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The following information provides top-line resources for information and support on the coronavirus in Hawai‘i.

  • Covid Pau is a hui of private businesses and nonprofits who are turning data into knowledge and knowledge into action.
  • COVID-19 Infrastructure RFP for Environmental Nonprofit Organizations - Funding opportunity for envrionmental organizations and networks
  • Hawaiʻi State Department of Health COVID-19 website - Track current cases, get useful health information for you and your family, and see real-time data
  • 211 Hotline/Website Aloha United Way - Phones answered 7 days/week from 7AM-10PM, just dial 211. This service will connect you with food, shelter, clothing, crisis intervention and emergency relief.
  • Hawaiʻi Data Collaborative - Hawaiʻi data about COVID-19 - See the latest information about open cases and Hawaiʻi’s medical capacity
  • Hawaiʻi State Department of Labor - Updates for employers, information about filing for unemployment
  • Hawaiʻi Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations (HANO) - Resources for nonprofits that includes best practices for communicating with the populations you serve, webinars and free or discounted services to help your teams work remotely and more
  • Modeling the Financial Impact of COVID-19 on Hawaii’s ALICE Households - The graphs within this report from the Hawai‘i Data Collaborative illustrate the estimated shifts in household financial status from pre- to post-COVID.
  • Hawai‘i Resilience Fund grantees who are providing crucial support to Hawai‘i’s communities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Nonprofit Information and Engagement Sessions Audio & Slides
    The coronavirus pandemic is testing the mettle of Hawai‘i’s communities in ways that we have not experienced before in our modern history. While we’ve recently faced natural disasters and the Great Recession of 2008, the impacts of this pandemic are already extraordinary. HCF hosted five virtual information and engagement sessions between April 15-21, 2020 to share about what we are doing to support our communities and, you, our nonprofit partners through which so much of the hard work gets done. We provided information about our grantmaking and shared resources that may be helpful to you. We also discussed what we’re learning and raised questions about what we don’t know.

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