Replenish with Self-Care and Family Time During This National Health Crisis.
- 30 Mar, 2020
Reboot confidence in your household with community-based nation-wide feel-good stories.
As the recent COVID-19 outbreak brings great panic to individuals across the country, it is important to refocus the anxious panic into a healing opportunity for self-realization and family-time indulgence. It can be difficult with the overflooding social media news feeds highlighting the harms of the COVID-19 virus. This harsh “newsy” algorithm largely dismisses the growth of human empathy and connections from the soaring digital and local community collaborations. It is important to acknowledge these types of relational improvements to boost communal confidence while practicing social distancing. By reading about the positive human connections during this time, it can inspire and encourage your household to look forward to the future.
Dive into the blossoming human connectedness with updates from IcyDeals:
#StayHomeStayStrong - The National Football League donates over $35 million to 10 community-based organizations: American Red Cross, Bob Woodruff Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, CDC Foundation, GENYOUth Foundation, Meals on Wheels America, Salvation Army, Team Rubicon, United Way and Wounded Warrior Project.
For our beloved pets - Non-profit Harley’s Hope Foundation expands services and temporary relief programs for pet owners and pets during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Art for all - Onalaska parents create online art tutorials for kids at home in the hope to avoid boredom and inspire creativity.
Community Food Accessibility - Oxford and Lafayette County’s food bank provides extra relief for scarce food accessibility at local grocery stores.