COVID-19 Relief - Argo Group

Supporting Worldwide Relief Efforts

Argo Group aims to help those in need during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Argo employees around the world are answering the call to support organizations in their communities. See below to learn more about each cause and see how you can help.


age U.K.

Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping the elderly; it provides companionship, advice, support and emergency food parcels, especially for those unable to leave the house. It costs £10 per food parcel.


Centrepoint provides homeless young people aged 16–25 with accommodation, health support and life skills in order to get them back into education, training and employment. It covers over 15 boroughs across London.

Compliments of the House

This organization collects fresh surplus food from restaurants and coffee shop chains and gives it to people in need.

The Trussell Trust

Trussell supports a nationwide network of over 1,200 food banks. They provide three days of nutritionally-balanced emergency food to people who have been referred in crisis.

San Antonio


SA2020 is working to ensure individuals and organizations have resources to stay safe, adapt and meet changing community need.

San Antonio Food Bank

Volunteers and donations support food pantries and mobile food distributions across 16 counties in Southwest Texas.

Haven for Hope

Volunteer activities have been suspended; therefore, funds support the small staff to continue operations and provide services to the homeless population.

Snack Pak 4Kids

Donations benefit COVID-19 emergency funding to continue supplying meals to children considered to be food insecure while schools are closed.

San Antonio Zoo

Donations will go toward the nonprofit’s emergency fund to help continue care for the animals during the closure period.

New York

Employees in the NYC contributions committee are working with local organizations to identify areas of the greatest need and are planning future events to support small businesses that have been impacted by current social distancing-related closures.


Bermuda Community Foundation

Emergency Fund donations are being allocated to non-profits that are meeting the needs of the most vulnerable, including housing, food and grocery programs; support for victims of domestic abuse; and support for the elderly, especially nursing homes.