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New Day is here to assist as much as possible as the COVID-19 pandemic persists and as members of our community continue to have general need. We are committed to connecting you to local resources for assistance or for donating to agencies who are making a true difference in the lives of others.

For the Triangle NC region, listed below are links to the websites of a few organizations and other sources providing help to families and children and our most at-risk populations.

Chatham Habitat for Humanity
Chatham Habitat provides safe and affordable homes for residents in the Chatham County area. Use this link for details on applying or for making a contribution.

Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC
The Food Bank is ensuring those who are most vulnerable in our communities are cared for and receive the food they need. Click here for help with getting food or for ways to donate.

Book Harvest
Book Harvest is providing free books to children and families to support learning at home. Visit their website for distribution details.

Durham Public Schools Foundation
DPSF is making sure our kids have meals and the academic resources they’ll need over the next few weeks. Donate to help here.

North Carolina Botanical Garden
Though its indoor spaces are closed, the NC Botanical Garden’s nature preserves are currently open. Perfect for getting the kids outside some (while maintaining physical distancing). Click here for more details.

Help for Seniors
Here’s a list from wral.com to help seniors get prescriptions and groceries: https://www.wral.com/list-of-resources-to-help-seniors-get-groceries-and-prescriptions/19015969/

Schooling at Home: Resources for Parents and Students
The School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shares these tips for keeping students engaged in their at-home learning: https://ed.unc.edu/2020/03/15/schooling-at-home-resources-for-parents-and-students/

Thank you for supporting our mission to give, serve, and love. #2020Forward . . .