Here are charities and organizations that are helping Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wrote that the permanent shelter is the largest in Washington state, spanning eight floors, and includes a health clinic and "critical tools" for support.
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During the pandemic, 86 percent of Americans supported local businesses through online classes, virtual events or takeout and delivery, according to a survey from OnePoll and Groupon.
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Richmond ICU nurse Michelle Vaughan has created the "Be There Bears" program which gives teddy bears with personalized messages to coronavirus patients.
Old Navy is giving back to American families in a big way during the coronavirus pandemic.
The former New York Jets quarterback shares advice for people struggling with addiction, encouraging them to let others know what they're going through.
The virtual charity event raised more than $300,000 for coronavirus relief and featuring a heart-felt performance by Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox.
Fans of the home makeover show can bid on a trip to Waco, Texas to stay at one of the Gaines’ Magnolia vacation rental properties and meet the husband-and-wife team in their hometown.
Joseph's Salon and Spa owner Kelli Campbell, with help from Aveda's coronavirus relief program, is preparing to reopen the 50-year-old business.
The Three Square food bank is distributing emergency goods from several closed down Las Vegas casinos.
The event will pay tribute to high schoolers graduating this year.
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Health care workers at New York City-area hospitals have been inundated with cases since the outbreak began earlier this year. Many of these professionals are not only facing longer shifts treat patients but they have also been faced with dwindling supplies.
Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. is hopeful baseball will return soon "in some form or some shape" since it's such a pastime for America.
Bitty & Beau's Coffee Shops have built a path the owners hope will help people with disabilities to become more valued, accepted and included in every community.
Frankel’s bStrong organization is actively working with manufacturers to ensure the necessary personal protective equipment is sent to people and hospitals across the U.S.