We thought you might be interested in adding our new resource created in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This resource discusses how people in recovery can still receive treatment and support during quarantine and shelter-in-place orders.
Across the country on June 6, we'll take to the streets, trails, and paths via the Virtual Race app. It's like a traditional 5k—friendly competition, t‑shirts, finish line selfies—only you pick the route.
We're thanking Essential Workers with free registration and also supporting Feeding America.
The Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC) was formed to save the local restaurants affected by COVID-19. IRC was founded on the simple belief that there is power to affect legislative change if we unite our voice. This national movement is quickly growing and EVERYONE is welcome to join. Please join or Donate today.
Older adults with cancer and chronic illness have the highest risk of developing severe complications from COVID-19. Knowing how to prepare and protect yourself against the virus could make all the difference for you and your family.
COVID-19 has created restrictions all around the country and our team is ready to respond. Reach Out Oregon is a non-crisis "warmline" listening service for parents & guardians who struggle with emotional, behavioral, & mental health challenges.Other resources:Oregon Child Abuse Hotline - 855-503-7233Lines of Life - 800-273-8255
We need your financial support today so we can immediately reopen as a secure resource for families who require furnishings during this public health crisis.
Sponsor A Home 2 Go Kit
In response to community public health needs, Community Warehouse is offering pre-packaged HOME 2 GO Essential Items Kits.
All Digital School is an online education resource platform that curates lesson plans, materials, and educational tech with the sole goal of helping educators and parents create better learning experiences for students.
Donate to support the Oregon Worker Relief Fund. Our top priority is to get dollars in the hands of Immigrant Oregon workers who are being left out of the Federal Stimulus package. 100% of the donations will go directly to community members in need who cannot access unemployment insurance benefits.
Use your creativity to “Create a Heart!” With any supplies you have at home, create a heart and write a short thank you message. Contact Hearts for Heroes and we will collect them and distribute to local heroes (based on COVID-19 safety protocol). Can’t send them to us? Post a picture of your heart and message to Facebook or Instagram and tag us @theheartforheroes or #hearts4heroes.
Like government-issued war bonds, the Dining Bond Initiative seeks to bring in immediate cash in exchange for future restaurant purchases. Diners can buy gift certificates sold at a 25 percent discount ($100 worth of food for a $75 bond) to be redeemed in the restaurant within the next month or two, depending on how individual restaurants decide to honor the bonds.
The James Beard Foundation recognizes the dire situation the food and beverage community is in due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of the James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund (the “Fund”) is to provide critical financial assistance to small, independent restaurants that, due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) national disaster.
With the spread of COVID-19 , we find ourselves in a time of global uncertainty. Our hearts go out to everyone impacted. Our committee wishes to make an immediate impact during these uncertain and unprecedented times and is granting additional funding to an organization in our region who is directly impacting those whose health and economic well-being has been impacted by this crisis.
Houston Food Bank and its Partners provide essential services and we will continue to do so. Hundreds of thousands of people are counting on the organization and its Partners now, and this need will only heighten if the COVID-19 situation worsens. The people we serve almost by definition do not have food reserves. We will remain operational, while utilizing the best available safety precautions.
The Central Texas Food Bank has a long history of responding to emergencies and disasters. We are closely monitoring news from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and from state and local agencies regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential spread and weighing appropriate options for several possible scenarios. The best way to help is to donate.
Find updated information about a variety of topics during the Coronavirus pandemic by clicking on any of the images below. You can also get questions answered by calling the City of Plano COVID-19 call center.