Catholic Multicultural Center (CMC):
The CMC is taking necessary precautions to diminish the impact of Coronavirus on our community while continuing to provide services to our brothers and sisters in need. Now more than ever people in our community need our assistance to access basic resources. Click above for information about free meals, our food pantry, and employment and legal services.
Offering online and/or phone appointments to discuss employment, health insurance, and immigration services.
DAIS (Domestic Abuse Intervention Services)
DAIS offers a wide array of crisis intervention and community education/prevention programs, including a 24-hour Help Line, programming for children from violent homes, legal advocacy, support groups, emergency safety planning, and the only domestic violence shelter for all of Dane County. Though their offices are closed to walk-in clients, all of their services remain in place and available by calling their Help Line at (608) 251-4445.
East Madison Community Center:
Offering a weekly food pantry and daily ‘grab n go’ meals for kids.
The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness
Committed to supporting and advocating for women and families in our community during this unprecedented time of uncertainty and instability brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Goodman Community Center:
Offering a weekly food pantry and a neighborhood meal distribution service.
Meadowood Health Partnership
Meadowood Health Partnership, led by Ms. Sheray Wallace, continues to be responsive to the needs of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Meadowood is providing basic home items for families, including home cleaning and laundry supplies, diapers and other baby care items, toiletries and food. Those in need may contact them at 608-235-1027.
Morgridge Center for Public Service:
The Morgridge Center is offering a list of community organizations and items on their wishlists to help community members get through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Mt. Zion’s Food Pantry is still open. They, also, offer free meals to seniors and school-age children and financial assistance to those who are struggling to pay bills due to the pandemic.
Northside Planning Council
Offering resources for food and financial, immigration, and health services, as well as community support services for senior citizens.
OutReach LGBT Community Center
Offering assistance, through “Willma’s Fund”, to LGBTQ+ people facing financial hardship due to COVID-19.
Public Health Madison & Dane County
Offering free COVID-19 testing to community members at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. Free transportation to the testing site is available, if needed.
Urban League of Greater Madison:
Furloughed? Laid off? Under-employed? Looking for workers?
The Urban League’s COVID-19 Workforce Relief & Recovery Initiative aims to meet the immediate and future needs of job seekers and businesses who are seeking workers.
UW Health’s COVID-19 website provides the latest updates, FAQs, hotline information, visitor guidelines, and clinic location changes.
Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center
Offering a weekly food pantry and community meal.
YMCA of Dane County:
Click above for information about free meals, virtual fitness classes, support for seniors, and emergency child care services for first responders and medical professionals.