May 06 • Helping Others

Internet Safety For Kids

This provides a comprehensive guide on how to protect children especially in this time of pandemic where kids spend most of their time online.

Jan 15 • Helping Others

What is the Role of Social Media during the COVID-19 Crisis?

Today, social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, have become primary sources of information. They are also vehicles for fake news and disinformation. During a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, how should social media be mastered and employed in a responsible way?

Jan 15 • Helping Others

Responsible reporting on COVID-19 in the age of social media

Balancing the need to inform readers while not causing unnecessary panic is a fine line journalists must walk today.

Jan 15 • Helping Others

Ways Responsible Use of Social Media Helps the Community amid Covid-19

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, social media usage is fueled across the world. With most people stuck in their homes, being online has become a way of life. Social media allows us to connect with friends and family and to catch up on current events, particularly the ones concerning the pandemic.

Aug 17 • Helping Others

Marked By COVID

When her dad passed on June 30 from COVID-19, Kristin Urquiza launched Marked by COVID to honor her father, collect stories of people who have been impacted by COVID-19, and inspire safer public health policies.

Apr 14 • Helping Others

Dining Bond Initiative

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.

Apr 10 • Helping Others

Plano, Texas Covid-19 Resources

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.

phone 972-941-5922
Apr 10 • Helping Others

Riverside County California

City Leaders are actively engaged in the COVID-19 pandemic, working closely with the Riverside County Department of Public Health and other agencies.

Apr 10 • Helping Others

California Restaurant Association

Resources for restaurant industry including the announcements, restaurant relief, webinars, links, posters & PDFs, tips, jobs, and restaurant restrictions.

Apr 09 • Helping Others

Rally For Restaurants

Your favorite restaurants are suffering as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis. Sales are down across the country, and jobs are at risk. You can help. Support your local restaurant and order takeout, buy a gift card, or rally your government officials to take action so local restaurants have a chance to survive.

Apr 03 • Helping Others

Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

Through this Fund, grants will be made to restaurant industry employees who have been impacted by COVID-19, including a decrease in wages or loss of employment. Grants will be awarded as soon as possible to those individuals who meet the prescribed eligibility criteria.

phone 800.809.6032
Mar 30 • Helping Others

Lauren Chandler Cooks

Grow happier and healthier through learning to cook. Lauren Chandler has been teaching people to cook for more than twenty years and is giving away remote mini cooking lessons.

phone 9179025049
Mar 27 • Helping Others

The Caregiver Database

*Due to the complexities, COVID-19 has brought, (i.e. adult day closures, hospital, and skilled nursing facility discharges) just to name a few, there’s a need for a direct approach in finding compatible services for individuals of all ages in their homes. Please go to to list or find available Aides, DSPs, and Clinicians to serve during this pandemic.

Mar 25 • Helping Others

Pandemic Partners-Bend

It's simple - if you need help, ask. If you can help, respond out of the goodness of your heart. This can include running errands, picking up groceries, getting help with technology to stay connected to loved ones, etc. In a time where fear can be overwhelming, we choose kindness, generosity, and love for our neighbors.

Mar 23 • Helping Others

Shine Distillery free hand sanitizer

"We are working hard to keep filling bottles of hand cleaner for our community. Every gift card you buy helps us keep the doors open and purchase more bottles and product. If you'd like to contribute, but don't plan to visit, buy a gift card and address it TO: SHINESPIRIT and please send it with a note- we appreciate every encouraging message."

Mar 21 • Helping Others

Sherwood Covid-19 Support page

This group was created in order to serve those who might be impacted by the COVID-19 virus in the Sherwood area. If this becomes a valuable tool beyond the Covid-19 I will keep it going indefinitely.

Mar 20 • Helping Others

Shopping Angels

Wearing masks and gloves, volunteers pick up groceries or anything the at-risk might need to get through a couple weeks and deliver the supplies directly to their homes.

Critical • Mar 20 • Helping Others

The American Red Cross

The American Red Cross now faces a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak. Healthy individuals are needed to donate now to help patients counting on lifesaving blood.

Mar 20 • Helping Others

Western MA Mutual Aid

Mutual aid spreadsheet for the Western Massachusetts community.

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