- As most of us are staying home to protect ourselves and others from the virus, we have learned to appreciate the workers who are helping us stay safe and fed.
- Undocumented immigrants are the hardest hit by this pandemic since they aren’t eligible for any government relief. To help, go to: https://wearecasa.org/ and click “support the solidarity fund”
- If you know anyone with a closed business or one that doesn’t need all the supplies they have, please ask them to donate: KN-95 masks, N-95 respirators, protective face shields, goggles, nitrile gowns, hospital gowns, bleach, disinfectant hand soap, hand sanitizers, wipes, Tyvek suits, rubber boots, handmade masks that adhere to the CDC guidelines. Contact: NGS.email@example.com to donate or with questions.
- For Baltimore City residents: sign up to provide support, hope and resources for isolated City residents by phone: https://baltimoreneighborsnetwork.org/
- Baltimore City (bcf.org/EvolvingNeedsFund) and Baltimore County (bcf.org/EmergencyResponse Fund) both have funds responding to immediate needs and are asking for financial donations.
- To donate to help families with children in the City schools who are impacted by the virus, donate here: https://www.ffee.org/donate/