Bo Blodgett from Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley created a google document to create conversation and resources in regards to “Navigating Income Loss During the COVID 91 Crisis.” https://docs.google.com/document/d/1irCRN8DR900ucoO7iU7Y5nA0Ui5bQjPXaISBKM2nZKo/edit In addition, he is ramping up efforts to create a valley-wide effort to bring housing and financial counseling to the community.
Katrina Stevens from West Mountain Regional Health Alliance has signed up for A Little Help, a nonprofit organization that connects neighbors of all ages to enhance lives and strengthen our communities. For work related response to COVID-19, West Mountain Regional Health Alliance is keeping up to date resource lists for things such as food and social isolation during this time. We are also reaching out to local clinics and community organizations to see if we can provide any additional help.
Megan Beirne from CASA of the Ninth and United Way Battlement to the Bells has signed up to be a KraveKar driver, picking up to-go orders from restaurants and delivering them to people’s front door. In addition, she is picking up groceries for those who don’t want to leave their home and delivering them to their front door.