Taking Action Together:
Meeting Community Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The second in a series of Virtual Vital Community Conversations related to COVID-19 was held on Tuesday, April 14
Representatives of eight grassroots organizations and community members met to discuss local needs during COVID-19. The conversation focused on four topics: education, domestic violence, mental health, and poverty/food insecurity/homelessness.
A recording of the meeting may be accessed on ZOOM at this link. (Access Password: z8@U.y4v)
Deeper discussions on each of the four topics are scheduled for 7:00-8:30 p.m.
on the specific dates and links listed beside each topic below.
1. Education - Thursday, April 16 (https://zoom.us/j/990520397)
2. Domestic violence - Friday, April 17 (https://zoom.us/j/894825504)
3. Mental health - Tuesday, April 21 (https://zoom.us/j/175473781)
4. Poverty/Food insecurity/Homelessness - Wednesday, April 22 (https://zoom.us/j/715483322)
For further information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
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