Coronavirus, month two
I have a list of ten people who have offered to drive and deliver food or groceries, or just make a phone call for a chat. Call me 860-202-3791 if you need help.
Simsbury Social Services has a food drop off box outside of Eno Hall on Wednesdays.
Gifts of Love needs donations such as canned goods, cereal, toiletries, household goods and clothing. They are open M-F and are extremely busy.
Make masks. Instructions are provided. Brynn Brown can help you get connected to a group.
Take out food from your favorite restaurant. Donate to food establishments and restaurants that are providing meals to first responders and medical personnel.
Some restaurants and food establishments are also offering limited grocery items.
Most gas stations have milk and eggs and are usually low traffic.
Scammers are using the virus to prey on a weary public. Be aware. Don’t answer phone calls from unknown numbers. NEVER give any information on the phone or internet. Your bank, mortgage, credit card, phone and other providers will never ask for your number, passwords, Social Security number, pins, or passwords. Be aware.
Take walks, Zoom or Facetime friends and loved ones, read, rest. If you are a helper, caregiving, or home schooling, you have a big job to do, and THANK YOU!