“When we feel the most helpless, we actually have the power to do the most good.
As we move into social distancing and self-quarantine, it’s natural to feel isolated. Staying away from other people, though necessary, doesn’t fulfill our human need to take action, to do something in the face of crisis.
Fortunately, with the ability to connect in other ways, even in isolation we can help the most vulnerable among us.
We are never truly alone. We can come together for those that need us.”