Support medical needs

Updated August 9, 2021

Medical needs in the U.S. and internationally

As much of the world grapples with the spread of the delta variant, ongoing support for prevention efforts, vaccine education, the medical supply chain and frontline treatment remains essential. Many health care systems around the world are still overwhelmed with new COVID patients. In some areas, vaccine distribution remains a challenge and prevention strategies and education will be key.

*Please note, CAF America, Give2Asia and Global Giving are public charities that specialize in granting to international organizations. Upon receiving a grant from Fidelity Charitable to support the work of an organization in India or Brazil, applicable fees and vetting may be required.

How to help

Fidelity Charitable has collaborated with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to provide the following list of organizations offering relief and support services. These organizations can accommodate a large influx of donations and have a strong, established record of excellence.

*CAF America, Give2Asia and Global Giving are public charities that specialize in granting to international organizations. Upon receiving a grant from Fidelity Charitable to support the work of an organization in India or Brazil, applicable fees and vetting may be required.

Please note the organizations listed in this guidance do not represent the full list of organizations raising money for relief efforts for the coronavirus. Fidelity Charitable has collaborated with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to provide these organizations to donors for reference purposes only, and Fidelity Charitable does not endorse these organizations. All grant recommendations are subject to review and approval by the Fidelity Charitable Trustees. Fidelity Charitable will communicate all grant designation recommendations for coronavirus relief to grantees.