MPK&D clients support the community in the wake of the coronavirus
University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM)
UMSOM has a national role in helping citizens understand the coronavirus, conducting vital research in the fight against COVID-19, and preparing to care for seriously ill patients throughout the state of Maryland.
With daily updates on the pandemic and experts reaching people through media appearances, UMSOM continues to contribute science-based information and informed recommendations for governments and the public.
The Center for Women Entrepreneurs at Texas Woman’s University announced a $1 million grant program called AssistHER to help small businesses owned by women to persevere through the coronavirus pandemic. The program will grant $10,000 to 100 existing women-owned businesses in Texas.
The Center for Women Entrepreneurs is part of The Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership at TWU.
Midwestern State University has loaned two respirators and donated N95 masks, protective gowns and bacterial filters to United Regional, a medical center in Wichita Falls, Texas.
The equipment and supplies were part of the Respiratory Care program in the United Regional Interprofessional Education Suite in MSU Texas’ new Centennial Hall. Since classes are online for the rest of the semester, the hands-on learning facility will not be using the respirators and equipment in the near future.
See the MSU Texas website for more information.
United Philanthropy Forum
United Philanthropy Forum, the largest network of organizations serving philanthropy in the U.S., has compiled a list of resources available through member organizations, specifically related to coronavirus-related support.