The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything we’ve ever faced. People are losing jobs in record numbers. Millions of families are struggling to make ends meet and care for loved ones. But in the face of this crisis, communities are coming together in beautiful and effective ways to empower those who need help in these unprecedented times. #GiveTogetherNow, just one part of our COVID-19 response campaign, is a rapid-response effort to get cash assistance into the hands of families most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic is touching every aspect of our lives, changing how we live, work, learn, and engage with our community. Stand Together is doing all we can to make a difference right now by partnering with incredible individuals and organizations to:

Help neighbors in need (Click to see our work with Communities) Get America safely back to work (Click to see our work with Business) Drive public policy solutions that help every person rise (Click to see our work with Government) Empower students to thrive outside the walls of a classroom (Click to see our work with Education)
Kaleigh helps young people in poverty see their unique potential
Carrie's research discovers how to help people re-enter society out of prison
Antong is a former gang leader helping at-risk youth live free of violence
Michael supports students to access higher education and become lifelong learners
Kaley helps people recovering from addiction transform their lives
César unites people to remove barriers to opportunity through policy reforms

Help every

person rise.

Stand Together is a philanthropic community. We identify, vet, and create organizations that discover innovative ways to remove barriers in education, business, communities, and government so every person can rise. We partner with these groups by offering tools and resources to dramatically increase their effectiveness and scale.

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Explore the stories of how, uniting together, we can change the way our country tackles the biggest problems of our time.