I help make meals for more than 300 customers a day.
Everyone is affected by the coronavirus and COVID-19, and a wide variety of people are helping out in their communities even if that means staying away from the rest of the community for awhile. Show how you're helping slow the spread and participate in the Breathe No Evil Project.
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Ran for and served in office; help others do the same; working to dismantle the oppressive systems around us - one day at a time.
I go outside with my dog Tuffy to enjoy nature in my own back yard. I reached out to elderly family to see if I could help with anything. I send my nieces and nephews cards in the mail. Now that I'm easing my way back to work little by little, I wear my mask, sanitize my work space before and after work, and use hand sanitizer. #flattenthecurve
I have learned to see my family members more often. I've learned how communities can come together, and unfortunately, how communities fall apart. I've learned there are a lot more that needs to be done.
Organized a social-distancing sidewalk chalk art festival for my co-housing neighbors of all ages.
As a member of a co-housing community, I've been fortunate to have beautiful land to enjoy, spaces for gardening and play, fresh eggs from chickens, etc. while sheltering in place, and I walk our outside labyrinth every day. Things I've been doing while sheltering-in-place include:...more...
Advocating for systemic change at the state level by proposing legislation and voicing the needs of our black and brown communities
I give platelets and make masks for others.
I don't wear a mask to make a political statement. I wear a mask because I care about others, and I would like to set a good example. I feel if we all do our part, we could squash this bug. Sure wearing a mask can be uncomfortable. But there is an upside for all of us menopausal women out...more...
I have been using my stimulus check to donate to organizations helping people of color and immigrants.
I have more or less successfully kept 7 children, 6 of whom are teenagers in the house during stay-at-home orders.
I have appreciated spending time with my family. Three of my children turned 18 during quarantine and graduating High School. I'm enjoying these last days with us all home as a family before they move on to the next phase of their lives.