Resources: COVID-19

St. David’s Foundation has compiled this list of resources for our nonprofit partners and the Central Texas community. The information provided on this page does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. This resource page contains links to other third-party websites that are for the convenience of the reader. You should contact an attorney to obtain advice with respect to any legal question you may have.

Resources below include:

  • Resources for the Public
  • Local Relief Funds
  • General Resources for Nonprofits
  • CARES Act Resources

*Our list of resources is continuously evolving, so please check this page regularly for updates. Do you have a resource that our community might find useful? We’d love to hear from you and consider for inclusion. Please email info@stdavidsfoundation.org.


Local Relief Funds

All Together ATX – In an effort to support the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, Austin Community Foundation and United Way for Greater Austin have partnered to create this local relief fund.

AISD Crisis Support Fund – Donations provide vouchers for curbside meal pickup to students who don’t qualify for government assistance.

Artists Emergency Relief Fund – Contributions help artists who lose income from gigs cancelled due to COVID-19. Those facing food and housing insecurity get priority.

Central Texas Food Bank – Monetary donations turn into meals for hungry families, especially those that don’t qualify for federal assistance.

Connections – As donations of food, clothing and other supplies can’t be accepted right now, monetary contributions will provide basic necessities to homeless, abused and at-risk youth in 17 counties, including Bastrop.

Disaster Relief Fund (United Way of Hays & Caldwell Counties) – Funds will go to partner agencies helping people in Hays and Caldwell counties with rent and utility bills.

Foundation Communities Emergency Assistance Fund – Emergency funds will help hundreds of families as well as veterans, seniors and individuals with disabilities pay for rent, utilities, household items, necessary transportation and more.

Relief for Austin Fund – Contributions go to individual food-and-beverage workers in crisis.

Stand with Austin Fund (Austin Community Foundation, Entrepreneurs Foundation) – This fund will make grants to nonprofits serving individuals and small businesses most affected by the cancellation of SXSW.

*Information on local relief funds was compiled by GivingCity Austin.


General Resources for Nonprofits