Members of the Harvard community are responding to the challenges of COVID-19 on many fronts through emergency student funding, advancements in online learning, groundbreaking research, innovation in policy and leadership, and more. Below are links to COVID-19-specific funds and important immediate-use discretionary funds being deployed to the COVID-19 response that you can support.
Support the Schools’ Responses
To donate directly to School initiatives, please visit the School giving pages listed below:
- Harvard Business School
- Harvard College
- Harvard Divinity School
- Harvard Extension School
- Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
- Harvard Graduate School of Design
- Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- Harvard Kennedy School
- Harvard Law School
- Harvard Medical School
- Harvard School of Dental Medicine
- Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
- Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Support the University-Wide Response
Harvard University COVID-19 Research Fund
This current-use fund will help support research and associated activities related to COVID-19 at Harvard University. The fund may also be used to help defray the costs of resuming other research activities at the University that were halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harvard University COVID-19 Student and Teaching Fund
This current-use fund will provide assistance to Harvard students who are experiencing unanticipated or emergency situations due to the COVID-19 pandemic and support online learning efforts across the University. These efforts include developing effective online learning materials and tools; advancing online pedagogy; supporting efforts to maximize the curriculum and student experience; and sharing content, expertise, and experiences within Harvard and across the globe.
University Affiliates and Units
Learn more about supporting Harvard University’s affiliates and units.