In the midst of quarantine and isolation, we are witnessing a new kind of social solidarity. Yes, we're physically distant, but I believe more aware and present in our communities. We're checking in on our neighbors, "howling" for our health care workers and thanking the seriously brave folks working at our grocery stores.
When I have feelings of hopelessness and start to fear the unknown, it helps to find things to do and ways to contribute. We see this with people making masks, bringing meals to elderly and volunteering time or donating funds.
If we all do a little, it WILL result in big changes. I've organized a list of only a few (there are so many) organizations that are doing BIG things and could always use a few more hands...
Denver Broncos COVID-19 Relief Online Auction. March 30- April 24
Food Bank of the Rockies has an immediate need for Volunteers.
Children's Hospital Colorado is the region's only nonprofit pediatric hospital.
Feed the Front Line workers with the chefs from Cook Street School of Culinary Arts. Donate to help buy ingredients.
Donate to No Kid Hungry and PepsiCo will match your donation until April 30
Dine In on April 30th to support Project Angel Heart
Help support Colorado artists by donating to Red Line