SCA Network Helps Communities During COVID crisis
“Truly God has taken our fishes and loaves so that we can stand with those in need during this difficult time,” said Doug Stringer.
Throughout the nation, our chapters are serving their communities during the coronavirus crisis:
Somebody Cares Baltimore is helping facilitate the distribution of 1000 “heat & eat” meals each day through local churches who are serving the seniors, homeless and young families in their communities.
Somebody Cares New England continues to distribute food to the community as one of the few food pantries in the region to do so.
Somebody Cares Tampa Bay has been hosting webinars on a variety of subjects, including practical tools for smaller churches and organizations (i.e., setting up online streaming), workshops on sharing your testimony, and weekly prayer meetings. They are also soliciting surplus food donations to continue meeting the demand of their food truck outreach to families in need, which has quadrupled.
Somebody Cares Denver is providing groceries for hundreds of families each week, sack lunches for the homeless, and grocery delivery to senior citizen apartments.
Somebody Cares San Antonio is distributing groceries to their community as well as hand-made masks.
Other chapters and centers are offering help in their communities as needs arise as well.
Somebody Cares also offers a 24/7 Prayer Line for anyone feeling overwhelmed or with a specific prayer request. Call or text 855-459-CARE.
Thank you for caring!