Positivity is the light within us that uplift us in all circumstances. We can also nurture our positivity by thinking positive and by doing positive actions. A simple positive word like care can generate positive vibes in us to care about ourselves and others.
I will request you to think positive every day, your thinking will create your present and future!
by NSU Theatre & Dance
Dance Classes/Workshop by Dancing Alone Together
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You can use this link to locate spots to donate blood near you.
Be My Eyes App
This app connects blind and low-vision people with sighted volunteers for visual assistance through a live video. Click on this link for more info.
Form a phone connection with an older adult and let them know you care. Click this link for more info.
Donate to NSU Food Pantry or Local Food Pantry
You can contact Denise Bailey (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info on the NSU Food Pantry. Find Your Local Food Bank
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels is focused on keeping older Americans safe and nourished. Visit their site for more info.
National Domestic Workers Alliance
This alliance helps in-home care workers, nannies, and house cleaners who have lost their income and have no safety net during this time. Visit this link.
Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO
Donate to the World Health Organization to help support their efforts of fighting Covid-19.
Help Small Businesses and Essential Workers
Tip waiters, delivery drivers, baristas, and other essential workers if possible. Buy gift cards or certificates that can be used at a later time.
Check in on Community Members
The elderly and those with mental illnesses may have trouble coping with the situation so check in with them. Write notes to seniors in nursing homes and hospital patients who cannot have visitors. Consider reading to children over face-time or zoom, entertaining children to give parents a break.
There are plenty of ways to help!