Making an Impact: The CDC Foundation's COVID-19 Response

Through the support of our donors, the CDC Foundation is actively supporting the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other public health responders as we all work together to combat the spread of COVID-19. We are proud to present to you highlights of this work to date. If you would like a biweekly breakdown of our activities over time, we encourage you to view our ongoing series of Response Updates.


This page was last updated on December 11, 2020. Check back every two weeks for the latest information.

Priority Areas of Response

Strengthening and Supplying Local Response Efforts
Increasing Lab Capacity and Boosting Research
Addressing Communications Needs
Supporting Disproportionately Impacted Communities
Updating Data and Technology Infrastructure
Fortifying the Global Response

7,571,659

personal protective equipment
(PPE) provided

 

86

states, territories
and countries assisted

 

93,106

first responder and homeless
care kits delivered

 

160

total number of COVID-19
projects/response activities

$207 million

total donor funds
committed

 

54

projects focused on
health equity

 

11

COVID-19 research
studies supported

 

1,000

health department surge
staff hired nationwide

 

 

Our COVID-19 Response, in Stories:

 

Our Biweekly Response Updates: