The U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced funding for colleges and universities to support students whose lives have been disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/secretary-devos-rapidly-delivers-more-6-billion-emergency-cash-grants-college-students-impacted-coronavirus-outbreak] Impacted students and parents should continuously to connect with their institution for updates and instructions on how to received funding and support.
ModestNeeds.orgModest Needs is a tax-exempt charity where you can make small, emergency grants to low-income workers who’re at risk of slipping into poverty and for whom no other source of immediate help is available. Since 2002, Modest Needs’ donors have stopped the cycle of poverty for 14,764 hard-working individuals and families that conventional philanthropy otherwise had forgotten. […]
Sanvello Health and Active Minds have teamed up to provide free access to their on-demand meditation services to anyone with a valid .edu email address.
Car Rental Enterprise offers travel assistance by reducing age minimum and waiving young renter fees through May 31, 2020. [Learn More] In addition to offering free month-long rentals to essential healthcare workers in New York city, Hertz has lowered the renter age from 20 to 18 years old, and shares flexibility options for prepaid reservations. […]