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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During this Pandemic I am still working with 3-6 year old students and their parents planting a large garden at the American Indian Montessori school. We have Zoom lessons, wear masks and garden gloves and keep our distance.
This mask was a souvenir from an International women’s conference in 1990. I had it made into a mask to remind myself and other members of PPSEAWA of our commitment to health. We will need to support a vaccination program once that is available.
Be healthy and safe everyone! Wear your masks.
I work for the North Shore Community Development Coalition as the Community Engagement Manager and I am leading the new ways of engaging the community by making wellness call to all Salem residents to make sure that in this difficult time they are aware of the pool of resources that Salem as a whole is providing. In addition, I have been following up with residents who need assistance completing the Unemployment application and finding ways to support local businesses in the Point Neighborhood.
Helping connect those in my community who are in need with enough resources to get by.
While social distancing has limited my interactions with those most vulnerable around me, I have been able to connect folks with resources and organizations utilizing social media, phone and internet. We must continue to look out for and help our neighbors and those most vulnerable in our...more...
I’ve purchased masks and gloves for those in need who couldn’t get a hold of some ahead of time. I’ve donated to service people working for all of us out there. I’ve informed people from marginalized communities through our mass media (newspaper) platforms. I’ve honored and respected the guidelines put out there to help protect us all.
Let’s get back to normal responsibly and stay inside to honor the first responders and medical experts that are fighting for our lives and theirs. Do not rush to open when there are more risks than good coming out of it. Live and let live.
Recently arranged a virtual college reunion for a group of friends I first met while studying abroad in Germany. It was wonderful to see old friends reconnect!
I'm spending my time physical distancing by working, reading, keeping in touch with family and friends, cooking for my wife and me, and daily walks.
I go food shopping for a couple of older family friends every week so that they don’t have to leave their house during the pandemic.
I hope that we all get through this together.