From The Trib
United Way, PA 211 offer text service to provide reliable covid-19 information.
Resources for businesses; workers, job seekers, and youth; partners
One Fair Wage Fund
Help for service workers struggling amidst the coronavirus crisis.
Port Authority riders who have purchased monthly or weekly passes but are now being told to stay home are eligible to request reimbursement. By contacting the Port Authority online or via phone at (412) 442-2000, riders can receive a credit for the remaining time on their purchased passes.
Unemployment or Workers’ Compensation benefits
If you are unable to work due to the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak, Pennsylvania has recently updated its Unemployment Compensation webpage with new information. Now, if your employer temporarily closes, reduces your hours, or you have been told to self-isolate, Pennsylvania is waiving the Work Search and Work Registration requirements and suspending the one-week waiting period.
Bartender Emergency Assistance Program
You do not need to be a USBG member to apply for a philanthropic grant.
Next Pittsburgh has links to several helpful resources
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Emergency Funds for Artists
With the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), artists and creative workers are facing a different kind of emergency.
PGH Emergency Artist fund
A group of artists, performers, and community organizers based in Pittsburgh responding to the urgent needs of our friends and community who have been put in compromised positions due to COVID-19. Pittsburgh artists, performers, and venue staff in need, due to this global pandemic, can apply to the emergency fund via this form.
Affordable internet at home for eligible households