Offer to pick up groceries or medicine for an elderly neighbor. Make sure you practice “no contact delivery” by wearing a mask and gloves to shop, wiping down all packages with a disinfectant wipe and leaving the groceries or medicines on your neighbors front porch or other safe place for them to collect what you delivered.
If you know anyone who is living alone, please call them frequently.
We just realized that even though everyone should be wearing a mask, you can still see people smiling through their eyes! Smiling at a stranger and saying a muffled hello might be the best thing that happens to them all day!
Many healthcare facilities are in need of PPE for their workers. Please donate any masks, gloves and other items you have or are able to purchase and donate to a local facility.
Our seniors are among the most vulnerable to COVID-19. Meals on Wheels is helping local communities across the country to meet the increased demand for nutritious meals that can keep our seniors safe and healthy.
Ask your kids to draw a rainbow and put it in your front window or give one to someone on the front lines.
Make a Wall of Covid-19 Heros on you fence or garage door to thank all those you know on the front lines (few minutes; <$1)