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COVID-19 Tools

COVID-19 in your community

Building a more inclusive and compassionate society starts now. We’re proud to work with the partners who are making that happen. Below are some resources and work that may help and inspire you.


  • Flatten the curve, free incarcerated people
    Governors, sheriffs, judges and county officials who want to flatten the curve of covid-19 infections in their communities must get serious about reducing overcrowded jail and prison populations. Our nation’s prisons and jails will soon become uncontrollable super-spreaders of this pandemic — and the reach will extend beyond their walls and barbed wire fences.
  • Mobilize leaders for housing
    Housing California is the voice in the State Capitol for everyone who needs a stable, affordable home. 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
  • Uncertainty as enemy of prosperity
    There’s a truth we’re all experiencing now: Uncertainty is the enemy of prosperity. Not knowing if and when we can get food for our families. Not knowing if or when we’ll go back to work. Not knowing when we’ll have dependable, quality care for our children.
  • Removing barriers to connectivity
    Today, hundreds of nonprofits and advocacy organizations are calling on the Federal Communications Commission to give Lifeline customers like Edwards unlimited calling and texting services and subsidized data plans.


  • Communications Network COVID-19 roundtable
    A virtual round table with Spitfire Strategies's Kristen Grimm. 
  • Stimulus resources for our communities
    The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act represents an unprecedented opportunity for community-based organizations like yours to advocate for federal, state and local dollars to support your communities during these challenging times.
  • Tips for communicating during a crisis
    As you’re thinking about whether and how to communicate with your partners, we hope these five guiding principles will be helpful – and ideally make life feel a bit easier for the folks who read or hear your words.