Like other major cities, there have been postponed events and meetings in Hamilton County, while temporarily closing restaurants, bars, and attractions—all to help keep residents and visitors safe and healthy.

Please support local restaurants offering takeout and curbside pick-up options or other local businesses – learn more.

We strongly recommend double-checking business websites and social feeds to confirm service hours.

Donate to Good Samaritan Network!

For local, state and national resources in helping those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, click here.

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Donate to Local Coronavirus Relief

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Food pantries and backpack programs quickly responded to the COVID-19 crisis by immediately seeking food from suppliers and establishing distribution systems. Almost every food pantry remains open – but the need to purchase food to resupply will only become greater.

Your dollars go directly to supporting these programs – and every dollar will make a difference.


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Donate to these valued community partners!

Hamilton County Community Organization Active in Disaster (COAD)

Supports food pantries and other essential needs in Hamilton County. Supports residents through rent and energy assistance programs. Acts as a pass-through agency to identified community programs in need. Serves as the coordinator for service organizations during community disasters. c/o 12933 Parkside Drive, Fishers, IN 46038


Hamilton County Youth Assistance Program

Serves as an early intervention advocate for youth ages 3-17 in Carmel, Fishers, Hamilton Heights, Noblesville, Sheridan and Westfield. During the COVID-19 outbreak, the Youth Assistance Program is providing support to the Hamilton County backpack program through Good Samaritan Network that gives students easy-to-eat shelf stable food to replace lost breakfasts and lunches.


Fueled for School

Works to eliminate hunger among Hamilton County students by providing food insecure youth with nutritious meal packs, promoting the educational value of nutrition and increasing access to local food.


Shepherd’s Center of Noblesville

Supports seniors living independently as long as possible through supportive services. 347 South 8th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060