A List of Companies Helping with the COVID-19 Impact

A List of Companies Helping with the COVID-19 Impact

A List of Companies Helping with the COVID-19 Impact
We know that times are stressful right now with all the commotion of the COVID-19 virus. Finding toilet paper and disinfecting products has become impossible, as families are trying to stockpile food and resources in this trying time. We will do our best to keep you posted when we see supplies have become available and also inform of any deals or free services that companies may be offering. Below you will find a list of what we have compiled so far.


  • andpizza – FREE Pizza for Healthcare Workers (In delivery area only)
  • Chipolte – FREE Delivery on orders $10 +
  • Uber Eats – FREE Delivery Select Restaurants

Companies with Covid-19 related offers

  • Walgreens FREE SHIPPING no minimum purchase requirement
  • U-Haul – College Students get 30 Days Free Self-Storage amid Coronavirus Outbreak
  • Charter – Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi For 60 Days For New K-12 and College Student Households
  • T-Mobile to Increase Network Capacity for Customers; Expand Roaming for Sprint Customers
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car For University students waiving its young renter fee and reducing its minimum age to rent a vehicle from 21 to 18 years old. The change is effective now through the end of May at all locations in the United States
  • Grubhub – Grubhub is now offering contact free delivery where you can specify where you want you your order left. If you are new to GrubHub you can get $10 off your first order
  • Lush – FREE handwashing with no purchase required
  • CVS Pharmacy – Deliver prescribed medications to customers for free. Aetna, a CVS company, will also waive early refill limits on 30-day prescriptions for medicines typically needed to address chronic conditions like hypertension and asthma.
  • Riteaid – offering free shipping with code FREESHIP – no minimum
  • The Keep Americans Connected Pledge


  • Lots of utility companies are suspending disconnections temporarily. Check your state and local news / do a quick google search of your local utility company to see if this applies to you.


  • Check your local news for places offering assistance with lunches and food for kids that are out of school. Many communities are making this available, but it is impossible to list it all here.

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