Ways the Community is Coming Together to Show Support During COVID-19
Dear Family Health Expo Community,
The impacts of COVID-19 on our vendor community and fellow attendees has been vast. Our thoughts are with all of you and we hope you’re safe and healthy. We are reminded of just how critical it is to support one another during these challenging times. We are in awe of the many ways individuals have rallied to bolster unity and understanding.
Here are a few interesting ways people are coming together (virtually):
Purchasing gift certificates to local restaurants, record stores, and brick & mortar retailers to provide an alternative revenue stream
Hosting virtual happy hours with friends and family to bolster human connection.
Buying tickets to future community events to show support for the greater community
Offering grocery store runs or meal delivery to the elderly and immunocompromised
Contributing financially to local community organizations, food banks for children who have lost access to daily meals during school closures
Donating to artists, performers, and venues to show solidarity and continue the celebration of the arts
Creating wishlists for direct delivery to non-profit organizations and shelters that cannot currently receive in-person donations
Providing online attendance options for classes, concerts, church services and more to connect communities to meaningful experiences
The Team at Family Health Expo understands the complexity of this situation and is committed to keeping you informed and empowered. We
will keep you informed on any decisions regarding our upcoming events moving forward. We will also continue to provide inspiration on our FACEBOOK page.
We acknowledge the powerful, positive effect virtual and live experiences provide and remain poised to provide assistance and support when we can.
Stay safe, get involved where you can and know that we’re excited to connect as soon as conditions improve.
The Family Health Expo Team
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CONTINUE TO STAY SAFE
PLEASE WEAR YOUR MASKS, PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING, AND WASH YOUR HANDS
WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.