Amid coronavirus, donations are our biggest help: Citymeals on Wheels exec
Citymeals on Wheels executive director Beth Shapiro discusses how her organization is helping feed the elderly during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Two online retailers are calling on their peers to help food banks and non-profits struggling to find the resources they need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The #Carts4Hearts campaign, launched by lifestyle brand Rhoback and blanket company ChappyWrap, is designed to help people who lost jobs and incomes because of a shutdown intended to curb the virus' spread.
On April 16, brands across the country will offer a site-wide discount, then donate a matching percentage of revenue garnered that day to a charity of their choice working to alleviate the pain of the pandemic.
"We know this is a trying time for everyone in our country and in the world — and a time of uncertainty for all of us as small business owners," Rhoback said. "We believe there is strength in numbers."