Brazil is one of the most unequal countries in the world, socially and economically, and it is predictable that the impact of Covid-19 would be more negative in the country. The number of deaths and infection confirms it, where Brazil is the second-worst country in the world. This article intends to describe and reflect on civil solidarity chains observed in marginalized segments of the society, more specifically favelas (slums) that, despite the abandonment of a neglecting State and the indifference of a population lacking civil spirit, are opening their fronts to combat the virus and the hunger by their own means.