Did you know there are Fresno COVID-19 Resources available both locally, nationally, and internationally?
Check out this unofficial group effort to provide support during COVID-19. It features businesses that offer delivery services. Plus, other important information and resources you may need. During this time of Social Distancing and Shelter-In-Place mandate.
We can do this together!
Be kind to each other. Wash your hands. And for more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1090928247933683
“All of us, at some time or other, need help. Whether we’re giving or receiving help, each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world. That’s one of the things that connects us as neighbors—in our own way, each one of us is a giver and a receiver.” ~ Fred Rogers
The group is open for anyone that can lend a hand. To support our community through this time of uncertainty. If you want to help bring together people that can help each other out, build connections, and be there for one another, then join this group.
They raise funds, share resources, and keep communities together (both healthy and strong).
For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/526107688109153/
Both the Fresno Chamber of Commerce and the Fresno County Economic Development Corporation have joined together to establish a Business Resource Response Team. This team is continuously monitoring and evaluating local, state, and federal resources available for local businesses during this difficult time.
More information: https://fresnochamber.com/coronavirus/
Central California Food Bank (CCFB) serves over 280,000 people each month in Fresno, Madera, Kings, Kern, and Tulare Counties through a variety of programs. If you need food, then please reach out the CCFB. They want to make sure no one goes hungry both now and always.
Locate food for those in need: https://ccfoodbank.org/food-locator/
The United Way offers resources for essentials. For instance, housing, food, health, utilities, mental health, and more. During these difficult times, hardships occur, even for basic necessities. Don’t go without. Go with United Way.
CALL 211 or visit: http://www.valley211.org/home
To receive ongoing updates about COVID-19 case totals and other statistics relating to the virus. The Fresno County Department of Public Health needs to be your go-to resource. They offer not only statistics but also the latest in safeguards. For both you and your family.
Don’t buy into hype, especially during this time. Get the facts from the City of Fresno. This is your one-page, at-a-glance resource for the most important things to keep top of mind. We recommend printing this PDF and posting it on your fridge.
Here at ILoveFresno, we’re always keeping our eyes and ears open for ways you can stay safe and healthy, while enjoying all Fresno has to offer. Even during our difficult times.
You are top of mind for us now and always.
We’re keeping you and yours close to our hearts and thoughts.