I recently volunteered to water my neighbors' plants while they are gone for the week!
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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I try to continue to instill hope in a time of crisis.
Sharing what I can with local mutual aid funds for undocumented residents, who aren't eligible for stimulus checks or unemployment assistance. Take care of your friends and neighbors!
I support frontline workers / activists.
Each day during the epidemic, when I get a coffee at our local coffee drive through, I pay for the persons order behind me. I hope to show compassion and bring light to someone’s day. I’ve noticed it’s always those who are working during this time that get coffee in the morning. So I do it anonymously to bring cheer.
Being a single mom working full time during this epidemic and having to home school, it’s been very challenging. I lost my boss and great friend and couldn’t honor her memory at a funeral. Other families have other adults in the house to talk with or share the hardships or jobs. The work load...more...
I’ve been caring for and X-raying Covid 19 patients
Surprising folks with home baked goodies. Being supportive. Doing colorful art to bring a smile.
Love lives on, despite. We can DO this! Reach out.
My 14yo son and I left rolls of toilet paper on our neighbors’ front steps. When I do have to go out, I thank everyone I see working for their service to our community. I’m donating the money that I’m saving on gas (since I am not driving to the office) to people who are out of work due the pandemic. Every little bit adds up.
A lot of people find labels restricting. I can understand that, however, I have found a great deal of comfort in them. Especially since the world tells me that so many of the things I am cannot coexist: Christian. Bisexual. Intelligent. ADHD. There is a chance that I am also autistic. Knowing...more...