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With jobless claims spiking to record levels, Get Shift Done DMV is helping people earn a basic income while also providing meals to neighbors in need. The initiative coordinates, schedules, and pays adversely affected hourly workers in the hospitality industry to work shifts for local nonprofit food access providers.

Get Shift Done DMV, with founding investments from The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation, Capital One, the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation, and the Bainum Family Foundation, provides wages of $15 an hour to hospitality workers displaced by the coronavirus pandemic. These workers are filling a critical gap for nonprofit food access providers facing unprecedented demand for their services while also struggling with a shortfall of volunteers.

Nearly 1,800 workers have worked over 59,000 hours for 32 nonprofits.

If you would like to make a contribution to this effort, please complete the online donation form below. For information on how to contribute by wire or check, please click here. Any remaining funds will be used to support nonprofit organizations that provide workforce development and hunger relief. 

Community Foundation donors can make a grant recommendation from their fund in Donor Central.

If you have any questions about making a contribution, please contact Angela Willingham.

Interested restaurants, nonprofit partners, and individual workers can visit getshiftdone.org/dmv to access sign-up portals.


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