#WeAreInThisTogether

Today is the last day of and things are just a little bit crazy! So, just a reminder of how to reach out when you’re feeling like it’s all too much!

Faith Community UMC (between the Hopewells, Cox Rd.) runs a food pantry with Shared Harvest. Yesterday, it served 47 families; its largest number for a day EVER. It’s in need of black beans, cereal, canned peaches, canned pears, and jelly. PLEASE HELP!

(Camden, New Jersey): Camden County Police and elected officials walked in solidarity alongside hundreds that took to the street to peacefully protest police brutality.

To the protesters out there tonight stay peaceful! Take down oppression not our communities! May peace reign!

And y’all thought Pride was cancelled. 🌈🖤🔥 Nah, we just went old school this year.

Our thoughts are with all of us protesting. Please be safe. Together We Rise

Peaceful protesters please go home. Be safe. The peaceful demonstrations you organized have been taken over by groups of people with a much different goal.

This award goes to the Health COVID-19 response team, all entities, the public and especially our families for their support and for being part of this response

For those of you who are white and feel you have something to be ashamed of because of what some who look like you do I say... Its because of people like you that people like me have gotten as far as we have. Without you, we'd be much worse off. THANK YOU

is committed to improve the health of our community. Our collaboration with Downsview Nursing Home is and expression of this commitment.

I want everyone to feel safe at the grocery store/pharmacy etc. My mask reflects how much I care about the well-being of each and every one of you. 4/4

Lighting struck “Yo Mamma’s BBQ Pit” yesterday during the storm and they are temporarily closed. We decided to do our part for a Montgomery neighbor and bring them food and smiles!

How are migrant workers in South America contributing to the fight against COVID19? ⬇️

In addition to their donation efforts to frontline responders in New York and New Jersey, CGCC member company China Construction Bank New York Branch recently donated 500,000 N95 surgical masks and 100,000 surgical gowns to the State of Connecticut.

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