How You Can Help

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Whether you can give five minutes, five dollars or five days, your actions contribute to a positive ripple of change. Find direct links to all resources listed in our magazine below. Join the movement today!
Health

Actions for
Compassion in the Age of Covid

Issue 01 – Page 44-57

The best way to get through a crisis is together. An act of kindness can not only help someone else, but it can also give us a sense of purpose when we feel uncertain. It’s easy to feel like our actions don’t matter but by extending a hand (at a distance) to our fellow humans, we can get through this together. Moreover, we can make compassion, generosity and mutual care the “new normal”.

Ways to help when time and resources are limited.

DONATE money or school supplies to an organization in your community.
SHOP at small businesses. Almost 100,000 businesses have shut down permanently, in the US alone, since the start of the pandemic.

Tools for contributing when you have more time or resources

DONATE to or volunteer with a mutual aid project that supports people in your community.

Options for ongoing and sustainable engagement.

Start a GoFundMe or similar fundraiser to support students and teachers.
Volunteer with Women’s START a mutual aid effort, if your community doesn’t have one, to help share food, clothing, school supplies or money with community members in need.

How to HELP essential workers:
  • Follow your local COVID-19 guidelines.
  • Stopping the spread is the best thing we can do!
  • Offer to cook meals for stressed out essential workers.
  • Volunteer to run errands or provide daycare services for essential workers.
  • Donate lunch or coffee to frontline workers.
  • Share messages of thanks to doctors and nurses in your community on social media.
  • Be patient and understanding when in medical offices and facilities. Healthcare workers are doing their best and are often working in less than ideal conditions.
  • Join fight for $15 or advocate for a living wage for workers where you live.
  • Send PPE or funds to supply PPE to healthcare workers.  

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