SusanJ wrote:We've decided to give money to organizations that are tackling food insecurity. Money will be incredibly important for nonprofits supporting those without the resources to get through this pandemic. There are many groups to donate to directly both locally and nationally, or consider teaming up with other companies that are doing match donations. I just got one from nuts.com and contributed to Feeding America gaining a $1 for $1 match.
And, at least check in on your family, neighbors and friends to make sure they have what they need. Elders are definitely feeling the strain of empty shelves and having to drive from store to store to find supplies.
SusanJ wrote:ApoE4 is a caring community, so please post what you're doing to help others! It will give us all ideas of what else we can do to help others during a difficult time.
Awesome!MicheleCC wrote:My husband and I, like you, have chosen to focus on helping kids.
MicheleCC wrote:Many of the people I know are actually looking forward to more unstructured time with their loved ones--kind of a silver lining I'd say.
RAJ64 wrote:I am donating time to my grandchildren whose preschool is closed for at least the next two weeks. Since I love learning and I love them, I will be donating time to keeping them productively occupied several hours per day. I also have an elderly parent who needs company daily. My husband and I have volunteered to be on a Rapid Response Team for our church to do our part to "flatten the curve" of COVID-19. Much of that communication is done via email.
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