Valuable Information and Resources About the Coronavirus (Covid-19)

We'll update these resources regularly as new information is available.  We will email members and supporters when new information is posted.



  • To receive reliable local information on the Coronavirus (Covid19) cases here in San Francisco, click here.
  • Or go to SF,
  • If you have questions not answered by either of the sites above, or if you prefer to speak to someone in person, you can call 311.
  • For official local text updates: text COVID19SFto 888-777.
  • From Mayor London Breed - The Mayor’s office on Housing and Community Development. Find Eviction Moratorium information here. Click here.
  • The SFUSD Covid-19 Response Fund - To make a donation in support of the San Francisco schools just Click here. It will connect you to the SFUSD Covid-19 Response Fund. Or text 4SFUSD to 44321.
  • Unity Light in the Night Campaign - Put a lamp in your front window in the evening to show solidarity with your community. Details here 


  • Governor Gavin Newsom – Programs and services for Californians – Find details for the Major Financial Relief Package: 3 Month Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis. Click here.
  • Governor Gavin Newsom - Announces California Health Corps – This is a Major Initiative to Expand the Health Care Workforce to Fight COVID-19. To see the details,  Click Here.
  • Governor Newsom is also hosting regular updates. His most recent update can be found here.
  • Senator Scott Wiener – Access Video Townhalls, Hosted by Senator Wiener. These townhalls include updates on California’s status relative to Covid-19 as well as new legislation the Senator is working on. Click Here.
  • Phil Ting – Assemblyman Ting has been hosting virtual townhall’s regularly and has posted them on his site. You can see them all here.
  • David Chiu - Assemblyman Chiu has provided great links “what you need to know about the Coronavirus” here. You will also find the legislation he is working on within this site.


  • Senator Dianne Feinstein – Senator Feinstein provides a comprehensive list of resources for Coronavirus impacted individuals and families. Just click here for complete details.
  • Nancy Pelosi – Her floor speech to the House on the C.A.R.E.S. act stimulus package. Just click here
  • Additional details of the C.A.R.E.S. act are here 


  •  UNFPA – UNFPA advocates for women, girls suffering unseen impacts of COVID-19 pandemic. As in most crises, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted access to critical sexual and reproductive health services and hampered authorities’ ability to respond to gender-based violence, at a time when women and girls need these services most. To read the full story, click here
  • Women and COVID-19: Five things governments can do now. Governments the world over are struggling to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. While some voices have flagged the impacts on women, gender concerns are not yet shaping the decisions that mainly male leaders are making. At the same time, many of the impacts of COVID-19 are hitting women hardest. Read more here
  • How Women Entrepreneurs Are Navigating The Effects Of COVID-19. Click here for full story
  • Data2X has compiled a running list of resources and current reporting on gender and gender data as they relate to COVID19 preparedness and response around the world, including the current and anticipated impacts of the pandemic. Click here for more detail.


  • Futures Without Violence - There is an increase in incidences of domestic violence during times of high stress or financial uncertainty. If you know anyone who may be experiencing violence, Futures without Violence has updated their site to be most helpful during this time. Just click here to see their valuable information
  • Additional local resources serving women survivors of violence, including sexual assault and human trafficking, can be found at the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women website

  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline – Has trained expert advocates who are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone in the United States who is experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.

  They can be found by calling 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)