April 3, 2020
Over the past several weeks, there has been an outpouring of altruism and support from #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors in the Beach Cities. Now more than ever is the time for us to come together and look out and care for one another, especially our vulnerable populations – older adults and those with underlying health conditions.
Governor Gavin Newsom urged Californians to check in on vulnerable neighbors with a call, text or physically-distanced door knock. One way to help our community is to drop off Kindness Cards to neighbors letting them know you’re here to help!
1. Print the Kindness Card at home: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
2. Cut the Kindness Cards (each sheet of paper has two cards)
3. Fill in your contact information and check the items you’re able to do
4. Drop the Kindness Card off to your neighbors or tape it to their front door
5. If your neighbor answers the door, remember to practice social distancing and remain 6 ft. away
When helping neighbors with errand assistance, use these guidelines and steps when dropping off groceries and supplies: View Neighbors Helping Neighbors Guidance Video