COVID-19: Checking in with Our GoodBookey Charity Partners

If there’s one thing we know about our GoodBookey charity partners, it’s that they’re resilient in the face of crisis. Even in normal times, they are on the front lines taking care of our most vulnerable and underserved, including children, the elderly, those with chronic and life-threatening diseases, disabled veterans, and many more.

Through the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic, our charity partners are once again proving their special brand of resilience. 

 

Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM)

The team at WARM does amazing work, focusing their mission on repairing, rebuilding, and making homes more accessible for low income, elderly, and disabled individuals and families in the Wilmington, North Carolina area. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, WARM has joined forces with the New Hanover Disaster Coalition to promote resources available to those in need during this extraordinary crisis. Resources available include financial assistance, meals, public health, and mental health services. Visit this link to support WARM’s efforts in Wilmington and surrounding counties

 

Kids Need More

Our friends at Kids Need More are dedicated to enhancing the lives of children, families, and young adults coping with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Normally, the organization provides fun, vital programming like summer camps for children living with cancer. In a pivot to remain relevant and continue to have a huge impact in this continually-threatened community, Kids Need More is planning virtual camps and other programming designed to keep kids in touch with each other and the organization as we weather the COVID-19 outbreak. To learn more about their services, like providing social workers to speak to children and families on a warm line, visit their website at this link.  

 

United Way of Cape Fear Area

The United Way of Cape Fear Area, based in Wilmington, North Carolina impacts the community through more than three dozen agency partners and special programs. Donors can expect UWCFA to support children and families suffering from food insecurity due to the onset of COVID-19. Agency partner Nourish NC is expanding its programs to meet the surge in need during this time. 

To support and amplify the impact of organizations like Nourish NC, and other agency partners that continue to unite this community in service and hope, donate to United Way of the Cape Fear Area today at this link

 

Teachers 2 Teachers Global

This Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based education nonprofit connects American teachers with their counterparts in the developing world, often sending groups to exchange methods and best practices enabling culturally-relevant STEM education in places like Guatemala and Ecuador. With the current restrictions on travel, especially in the many countries affected by the outbreak of COVID-19, T2T Global is reorganizing its effort and pulling together resources that will maintain their inclusive values and continue to make a positive impact on education worldwide. To support this great organization’s efforts to build a global alliance of educators, visit their website and donate

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