How Youth Can Help Communities Respond to & Recover from the Coronavirus Pandemic
Posted by Youth Service America on November 10, 2020
Volunteering and service are more important during a crisis than ever. Social distancing does not mean social isolation. We’re all in this together, so be a helper. Let’s all do our part to contribute to the common good, so that when this crisis is over, we’re proud of how we came together to keep our young people, our communities, and our democracies thriving.
As we head into winter and 2021 with the coronavirus pandemic continuing to affect all our lives, here are 20 ways youth can get help their community respond to & recover from the coronavirus pandemic on MLK Day and beyond.
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