Blue Signal has been working to support coronavirus relief through recruiting efforts in critical infrastructure industries including healthcare, critical communications, telehealth, logistics and supply chain, food and agriculture, biotechnology, hospitals, and other key areas. We have a successful track record of filling searches in these areas, and understand that now more than ever those roles cannot afford to be left open. By recruiting the nation’s top-talent to help front-line efforts - and with several placements made in critical infrastructure, healthcare, and public safety - our people are helping to save lives.
But we cannot do it alone! If you or someone you know possesses critical business operations skills, we would like your help! Through referrals, contracting, and even permanent placements, we can work together to support COVID-19 relief. We have openings nationwide in first response and crucial roles - and our clients are moving fast. We urge you to explore our open jobs page on a regular basis, and if you feel you or someone you know is a fit - please reach out. Anything you can provide can make a difference.
In an attempt to stretch these efforts to the most support possible, Blue Signal is excited to announce recent donations made to Feeding America, UNICEF USA, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, and the Arizona Community Foundation to support COVID-19 relief. We donated a portion of our earnings from placements made with our critical infrastructure clients - making sure that money spent during the pandemic works to support its relief efforts. Here are some of the ways those organizations are putting donations like these to life-saving use.
On March 13th, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization announced the establishment of the COVID-19 Response Fund to support food banks across the country as they work to feed communities impacted by the pandemic. Feeding America has a network of over 200 member food banks across the country. This fund of $2.65 million will enable food banks to secure the resources they need to serve the most vulnerable members of the community during this difficult time. With the COVID-19 Response Fund, Feeding America is launching national food- and fund-raising efforts to support people facing hunger and the food banks who help them. If you would like to contribute, follow this link.
UNICEF has been helping fight the coronavirus pandemic through several initiatives. To date, they have delivered nearly 6 million protective items to health workers, and over 6 metric tons of medical supplies to front line efforts. As the lead humanitarian agency for children’s wellness, they operate in over 190 countries by responding to as many as 300 emergencies per year. Fortunately, they are poised for assisting in COVID-19 relief efforts because they have years of experience supporting similar initiatives. To learn more, or contribute to the cause, follow this link.
Center for Disease Philanthropy
The CDP has created a COVID-19 Response Fund that works to support preparedness, containment efforts, response, and recovery activities for those affected by coronavirus as well as the responders on the front lines. With each of their initiatives, the CDP seeks to use philanthropy to shorten the recovery period from the event, and achieve full recovery as soon as possible. Their work helps to support improving communities’ resilience and the well-being of the people who live there. To support their mission, follow this link.
Arizona Community Foundation
The Arizona Community Foundation has created a COVID-19 Response Fund to support nonprofit organizations as they respond to the pandemic. Partnering with several local corporations and foundations, the fund will be used to support gaps in relief not covered by federal or state funding. Donations to the COVID-19 Response Fund help Arizona communities educate and provide support to healthcare front lines within the state to combat coronavirus. If you would like to get involved, follow this link.