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Select a location by scrolling through the list below. Google maps have been provided to show where these organizations are located in Austin.
A mask image represents a PPE Beneficiary and the money a Monetary one. When you click Donate you will be redirected to a either a unique SquareUp payment form or a third-party donation page.
After completing your transaction, a receipt will be emailed to you. Feel free to read through the rest of website after. Thank you!
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll set up a meeting.
We will exchange financial information, enter your information in the database, and you'll be good to go!
We are currently working on implementing a system where donors are allowed to order food online on our website from fast food chains and have them delivered to homeless shelters. Additionally, organizations will soon be able to post any specific materials/items that would cater better to their needs. Updates will be posted in the following weeks.
Covid-19 has definitely had a big impact on our lives, but if we look at the situation from a positive angle, we can see that we have more time on our hands now. Some things you can do now:
Additionally, make sure to keep some time for yourself and catch up with friends and family.
Take it upon yourselves to revisit school subjects from this year, or visit educational websites such as khanacademy.org. A great place to build upon skills and academically-oriented hobbies is udemy.com, where you can learn anything from coding to social media marketing. Additionally, if you are looking for help on any subjects, Big Brain Tutoring, a local and free tutoring service run by Westwood High School students, is a great service to look at. More information about them can be found at bigbraintutoring.net.
It is important that during this difficult time, we all stay home to prevent the disease from spreading. We have to prove that we as humans have enough will-power and determination to stop the disease from taking us out, and the only way we can do that is we follow proper safety guidelines. We are fortunate enough to have the internet to keep us all connected, so let us use that to our advantage and discover things we never had a chance to.