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Quality of Life COVID-19 Crisis Response

5 months ago

What is your community doing for those who are most vulnerable to encourage socialization, recreation, and access to essential social and civic services during isolation? 

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  • bhaynes2134 3 months ago
    Second Harvest has provided some information on the organization's No Hunger Summer sites! You can access this information here: https://www.shcfb.org/get-involved/foodfund-drive.html
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  • bhaynes2134 4 months ago
    I just wanted to provide some information for Second Harvest Community Food bank.
    On our website, you can find various information on how individuals can access food. Anywhere from our 'Early Out' No Hunger Summer program to our Fresh Mobile Pantry schedule. This will allow those who are in need to get the food. You will also find information that we have provided for our COVID-19 efforts.

    Go To: www.shcfb.org
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  • MaryRHinde 5 months ago
    In St. Joseph we are encouraging connecting with others through phone conversations, Zoom meetings and parties, and outdoor small groups for activities and exercise.
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  • meridithberry 5 months ago
    The Trenton Extension office is still completing and filing taxes for low income (VITA). Clients are encouraged to bring in their materials then come back when the taxes are finished to sign the papers for filing. Call first, please. 660-357-6580. Leave a message if no one answers.
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  • learj 5 months ago
    The University of Missouri and MU Extension are postponing programs and events until May 15. This includes 4-H club Meetings. We are looking at ways that we can provide information and programming virtually. We are also encouraging our faculty and staff to telework as much as possible. We can still do one-on-one visits, but may do initial calls via face time, or other video conferencing programs. Our primary goal is the safety and health of all Missourians while balancing the need to deliver research based information. You can find the latest updates on COVID-19 at https://extension2.missouri.edu/covid-19-resources-public
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