Donations Accepted

These organizations seek help in-kind or financially to assist individuals and businesses impacted by the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Resources for help can be found on the Business Resources and Support Services pages.

To have your charitable or nonprofit organization added to this list, email the Webmaster.

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  1. Irving COVID-19 Questions


    Noncity COVID-19 Questions

    Call 211, Select Option 6, 24/7

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Social Support

Domestic, Sexual Violence

  • Brighter TomorrowsThirty More Society Campaign: Donation of just $30 helps provide shelter and support for domestic and sexual violence survivors, replacing revenue lost due to the closure of its resale shop and cancellation of other donation drive events.
  • Brighter Tomorrows | In-Kind Donations: Accepting donations for its office and shelters, including gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, paper towels, towels, cleaning supplies, trash bags, personal care toiletries. Also accepting donations for resale shop: Gently used, sellable items such as clothing, household goods, furniture, appliances and toys. For large donations, call (972) 254-4003 ext. 103, or email the group for donation pickup. In-kind donations also accepted at Irving office, 928 Bluebird Road, 75061.
  • Facing Abuse in Community Environments

Health Care, First Responders, PPE

  • Baylor Scott and White Irving Foundation: Donations help better equip the system’s physicians, nurses and allied health team members based in Irving.
  • Carter Bloodcare: Seeking blood donations (by appointment) for the North Texas region.
  • Irving Fire Foundation: In-kind donations of personal protective equipment and N95 masks accepted. Monetary donations can be mailed to Irving Fire Foundation, 845 W. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX 75060.
  • Irving Police Department: Accepting in-kind donations of disinfectant cleaners and sprays, disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer.
  • Parkland Foundation | Public Health Preparedness Fund: This fund will help Parkland response to the most urgent needs that come with delivering quality, compassionate care in Dallas County during the current COVID-19 pandemic, while also building the capacity for Parkland to make an immediate impact locally when the next public health emergency arises.
  • Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS): Established web platform for those in medical and emergency response to donate time or request volunteers, which are coordinated through the state and deployed to areas most in need.

Pets, Animal Companions

  • Canine Companions for IndependenceThere are over 400 people waiting to be matched with a Canine Companions assistance dog. Donations help continue to give independence to children, adults and veterans with disabilities through expertly trained assistance dogs. 
  • DFW Humane Society: Adopt, foster or donate to an animal in need.
  • Irving Animal Services: Adopt, foster or donate to an animal in need.