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Look For The Helpers: Local Efforts To Provide Relief
March 31, 2020
Hoosiers have faced a lot of change in the last few weeks as they navigate the coronavirus pandemic and its impact. But we didn’t have to look far to find people who have stepped up to provide relief to their communities – from the organization of a local food train delivering meals to students to the creation of a benefit beer named “Social Distance.”
Today we highlight some of those efforts, and talk to the people behind them.
Produced by Maggie Gelon.
President, Indy Independent Relief
More information about the Indy Independent Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/2WSu0Da
Chair, Monroe County Women’s Commission
For more information about the Bloomington Food Train, contact Nichelle Whitney at firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 855-5431
Gail Knight Williams
Executive Director, Chemo Buddies
More information about mask making and Chemo Buddies: https://www.chemobuddies.org/
President, Three Rivers Distilling Co.
More information about Three Rivers Distilling Co.: https://www.3rdistilling.com/hand-sanitizer
Event Organizer, Fort Wayne Bar Aid
More information about Fort Wayne Bar Aid: https://www.facebook.com/FortWayneBarAid/
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