COVID19 Resources

Resources by Key Issue In Appalachia:

1. Broadband & Technology

2. Increasing Access to Federal Resources for Grantees & Partners


Below you will see a selection of compiled resources for funders as it relates to COVID19. This list is constantly being updated.

Share Stories and Resources with the Network

Have you seen a funder or strategy on the cutting edge of response to the COVID19 Health Crisis? Articles that were helpful for your organization? If you have resources you would like to share with the Appalachia Funders Network please email [email protected]



  • The Council on Foundations is calling on funders and other leaders in the philanthropic sector to join them in making these commitments and collectively holding ourselves accountable to them by signing this pledge of action. Learn more here.


Partner Webinar Round Up

  • The Council of Foundations is hosting weekly webinars for funders. 
  • The Chronicle of Philanthropy is hosting an interactive session on “COVID19, the Economy, and the Nonprofit World”. The session featured a panel of experts who will provide the latest on how nonprofits, foundations, and donors are responding to the emergency and adapting to new circumstances.
  • National Center for Family Philanthropy is hosting a response meeting featuring sector leaders who will discuss the long-term philanthropic response to the crisis, how to support grantees with an equity lens, and ways that funders can bolster the long-term financial and organizational health of the sector. 
  • G2G Consulting holds regular webinars on legislation in Ohio and the federal government. Learn more here


Reading & Resources


Nonprofit partners & grantees

  • We recommend directing your nonprofit partners and grantees to the Central Appalachian Network (CAN) for webinars, resources, and support.
  • 84 Agency, based in Charleston, West Virginia, is hosting weekly Q&A webinars for communications and nonprofit fundraising. They also recorded their March 19th webinar which described how nonprofits can develop strong communication strategies during crisis.