Pierce County Donations Connector

Ways to Help and Get Help During COVID-19
Pierce County Connected Fund - COVID-19 Response

PIERCE COUNTY CONNECTED FUND: COVID-19 Response developed in partnership by United Way of Pierce County and Greater Tacoma Community Foundation.

Emergency Food NetworkEmergency Food Network  provides 14 million pounds of healthy, nutritious food annually to 80+ food pantries, meal sites, and shelters for distribution to families and individuals in need. DONATE
Donate blood to Bloodworks NorthwestBloodworks Northwest is an independent, non-profit organization harnessing donor gifts to provide a safe, lifesaving blood supply to more than 90 Northwest hospitals. Currently, half of our region’s blood supply is at a critical level. Donate blood at pop-up centers around the South Sound.
United Way of Pierce CountyUnited Way of Pierce County - United Way is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) agency that brings people together to create a thriving community. They partner with local nonprofits, businesses, government and social service agencies to address our community’s most pressing needs.
Greater Tacoma Community FoundationGreater Tacoma Community Foundation is home to more than 450 specialized funds created to support specific projects, organizations, scholarships or programs. More than 35 of these funds actively fund-raise to meet their intended goals and objectives for the community and they sincerely appreciate your support.
Getting Help - INDIVIDUALS
  1. Food
  2. Utility Bills
  3. Finances
  4. Other Needs
  5. Information Needs
Food Resources
Getting Help - BUSINESSES
  1. Business Resources
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