Coronavirus: What We Are Doing
How to Help
In response to this, the emergency relief fund will be allocated to local 501c3 nonprofit agencies who directly impact the lives of individuals who experience lack of basic needs being met. i.e., food, shelter, utilities, etc.
All donations to the funds will be granted to community-based organizations that are directly supporting local residents and families who are most affected by emerging health, economic, and social impacts. Because this situation is evolving rapidly, we expect to be flexible with these funds to meet the needs of our community. Thank you for joining others on this necessary collaboration to ensure our neighbors, friends, and nonprofit community have the resources they need moving forward.
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No one is to blame for this virus, but it is up to all of us to help stop the spread. It is also up to all of us to help those who are most in need. COVID-19 doesn’t recognize race, nationality, ethnicity nor social status. Our community is stronger when it is unified, and it is going to take all of us to soften the impacts and recover as a community.
And one more thing, let’s remember that many of our friends and neighbors may experience unexpected interruptions to their work schedules, which can adversely impact the stability of their families. Their livelihoods depend on the income they earn, and reduced hours, as well as prolonged closures, will severely diminish their ability to pay rent and buy food.