Fitchburg Art Steward, Keep Fitchburg Beautiful member, Stratton Players lifetime member, New Players Theatre Guild member, Rollstone Congregational Church member. I keep the yards clean year round at Rollstone Congregational Church, Stratton Players' building and New Players Theater Guild's.
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Everyone is affected by the coronavirus and COVID-19, and a wide variety of people are helping out in their communities even if that means staying away from the rest of the community for awhile. Show how you're helping slow the spread and participate in the Breathe No Evil Project.
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During Covid, I spent time volunteering for Get Out the Vote and UU the Vote, fighting voter suppression in Georgia and Texas. I also organized a sock drive benefitting our local homeless shelter for our Cub Scout pack, collecting ~600 pairs, and collected supplies to send 12 large care packages to service members deployed during the pandemic.
I made a lighted holiday sign that says simply "LOVE" for outside our home & later moved it to the front of our church.
I'm staying home and leaning into social justice - living my values, learning and sharing, and doing my best to make positive change in my corner of the world.
I've been donating to local charities that are supporting others who may be struggling financially due to the economic impacts of Covid and trying to shop locally owned businesses when possible.
Will be picking up other people's litter on the roads and parks all Spring with Keep Fitchburg Beautiful. Good workout, fresh air, chatting with friends (behind masks) and doing something good for my city
Been appreciating dog walks during covid...and my dogs gave never been happier
Give people 'Spaces of Grace' to be themselves.
Me and my best friend started a project earlier in the pandemic. It was called ‘a new friend project.’ We made handwritten get well cards and sent them to our local hospitals (that accepted donations) with covid patients. Each card would have a picture on the front and a note inside which always ended ‘from a new friend.’ We also created an Instagram page and a website to encourage others to participate.
We both wanted to do something nice for those who were struggling, and let them know they were being thought about by others. It’s a scary feeling being by yourself in a hospital,...more...
I also wanted to add for anyone who is in need of it, this past year has been rough for many people and I know that it’s been frustrating, but this is just a quick reminder that things will change. All the pieces will fall into place, and there will be a day when this is nothing but a distant...more...
I very frequently drive through downtown Sacramento and give out food and water to those in need! It brings me an indescribable amount of joy to help people.
Our journey as individuals are like no other. Which makes it very difficult to label somebody without knowing all the details of their life. With that being said... labeling can cause people to make assumptions and advise things that are not applicable to your journey.