In any crisis, we can count on Texans takin’ care of Texans. Here is a list of some ways you can help others during this outbreak.
Make a donation
Your Local Food Bank: now more than ever local food banks are critical resources for struggling individuals and families, and many accept food as well as online monetary donations – which ensure food banks have the exact foods they need to meet demand
Feeding Texas: a network of 21 food banks and thousands of local partners that serve all 254 counties in Texas
Meals on Wheels: a system of volunteers that deliver nutritious meals and safety checks to seniors in virtually in every community across the nation
Kindness is FREE
Make cards for senior residential facilities. Many residential facilities housing seniors are closed to visitors right now in order to protect their high-risk residents, but this can cause feelings of loneliness. A great arts and crafts project to do with your kids is making cards for those seniors that can be mailed or dropped off.
Pray. If you’re a person a faith, lift-up those who are suffering and impacted by this outbreak and pray for an end to Coronavirus.
Be kind online. Before you post or react on social media, THINK:
Is it True? Is it Helpful? Is it Inpiring? Is it Necessary? Is it Kind?