Our mission is to help medical workers manage their households so that they can keep our communities safe. We provide free child care as well as other services.
We're here to help! Our volunteers can offer child care, tutoring, grocery shopping, pharmaceutical pickups, or anything that a medical worker requests help with.
We have a network of over 200 volunteers in more than 40 cities.
Our volunteers are helpful people in your area who want to give back to the community. Click start helping to sign up.
We pair each medical worker with volunteers who match their needs.
Using an algorithm, we prioritize availability and distance to make each pairing convenient for both the medical worker and volunteer.
Once medical workers are paired, the volunteers are able to fulfill the needs of the medical workers and their families.
From child care to grocery shopping, we are here to help!
We’re a group of concerned citizens supporting our community healthcare heroes. The founders of COVID Child Care are students at USC, Stanford, UCLA, and UCSD who realized that their hometown is in need.
After state-wide school closures, many medical workers are struggling to find child care for their kids. That’s where we come in. We match medical workers with volunteers that meet their babysitting and household needs. More information can be found on the request forms below.
Join us! Help keep their families safe so they can keep ours healthy! We need concerned citizens like you to sign up as volunteer babysitters for the children of medical workers. The people truly making this happen are those who are selflessly giving of their time and energy to help our medical workers fight COVID-19.
Coming home from USC, I knew that young and healthy people would need to . . .
Hello, my name is Emon Shaaf and I am a second year studying Psychobiology . . .
Hi! I am a senior at UCLA studying Sociology and Digital Humanities . . .
Hello! I am a sophomore Physiological Sciences major at UCLA . . .