On Tuesday, May 5th – we come together to heal, to thank, to help and to give.
The Neighborhood Resilience Project has been working diligently during COVID-19 to serve the community and our neighbors in this time of crisis.
The organization provides hundreds of people with food each week.
The Community Health Deputy program soared – with the organization training, supporting and deploying close to 100 Community Health Deputies across 13 communities. These Community Health Deputies work diligently to use an epidemiological frame work to prevent the spread and support the socio-economic needs and mental health of those in their communities during the crisis.
Hundreds of people who are un-insured have access to telephonic check ups through the Free Health Center and volunteer clinicians.
It is just so fitting that the organization is beginning to re-open and resume even more programming on the same day of #GivingTuesdayNow.
I am so grateful and thankful to those people and organizations that have supported us during this time. I hope you will consider joining them and joining our movement to build Resilient, Healing and Healthy Communities.
Rev. Paul T. Abernathy CEO
PS – We are still recruiting 50+ monthly donors in 2020 – Join the 15 who have become monthly donors today!