How to help – Coronavirus on Navajo Nation

A woman wears a mask over her face as she lines up to do her laundry in Gallup on April 3. Laundromats are only allowing five customers in the building at a time. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

The following organizations are working to provide assistance during the coronavirus outbreak on the Navajo Nation.

Please contact them if you’d like to contribute, volunteer, or donate masks or food and water.

The Native American Relief Fund:
The New Mexico Foundation, Santa Fe Community Foundation, and Navajo-Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund have created this fund to in order to bring food, water, and other supplies families and communities across the Navajo, Apache, and Pueblos of New Mexico.
To donate, visit the New Mexico Community Foundation website.

Pueblo Relief Fund:
The All Pueblo Council of Governors and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center created this fund to meet the needs of the 20 pueblo nations in New Mexico.
To donate, visit the Pueblo Relief Fund website.

Official Navajo Nation COVID-19 Fund:
The Navajo Nation Health Command Operations Center has created the Navajo Nation COVID-19 Fund to accept donations during the current public health crisis. President Jonathan Nez said the official fund would be used to purchase medical supplies and personal protective equipment for Navajo healthcare workers, law enforcement and communities.
To donate, visit the Navajo Nation Department of Health website, call (928) 871-6206 or email general@nndoj.org.

Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief:
visit Navajo Hopi COVID19 response website.

Far Eastern Navajo Communities COVID-19 Relief:
Visit theFar Eastern Navajo Communities COVID-19 Relief Facebook page.

Kinlani (Flagstaff) Mutual Aid:
visit the Kinlani (Flagstaff) Mutual Aid Facebook page.

Bluff Area Mutual Aid:
Visit the Bluff Area Mutual Aid Go Fund Me page.

Northern Diné COVID 19 Relief Effort:
Visit the Northern Diné COVID 19 Relief Effort Facebook page

Navajo Tribal Clinical Relief Support:
Visit the Navajo and Tribal Clinical Relief Support Go Fund Me page.


For daily status updates on the Navajo Nation, please check our Coronavirus Updates page, check the charts on our Coronavirus in NM page and read our most recent story: ‘It is scary – we need to hunker down’

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