I have two kindergarden age children and the acquaintances are parents of the other children. I frequently meet them on the playground and there is friendly chatter. People talk about life and their jobs, so approximate financial backgrounds are known and vary widely.
My wife and I both have fairly well paying jobs and they are not affected by Corona, so there is a good amount of money left over at the end of every month which goes into some saving accounts. Not everyone is so fortunate and I would like to help out some of those who are not.
There are a few parents where one or two hundred Euros extra would be quite helpful and giving that away wouldn't change anything for me financially. I don't care whether it is cash directly or I buy something or we buy something for them together and I pay. I don't want anything back from them. I don't want to tell everyone about my gift giving either.
I don't know how to approach someone with an offer like that. I fear it is going to be very awkward. I don't want to harm any of my relationships with the other parents or appear condescending.
An anecdote how any gifts close to real money are (to me) overvalued. Last fall there was a lantern festival with the kids. The kids had crafted lanterns. Various parents brought homebaked cakes and similar food. I bought small LED lamps to light the lanterns for around a dozen kids (about 25 Euros total). To me that was a good distribution and I valued the very tasty cakes more than my lights. Several other parents apparently thought the LED lamps where a much bigger contribution than the cakes, offered to pay for it and thanked me profusely.