Latest from the Blog
The shutdown has been hard, exhausting and grueling. Some good news though, 60M corona virus cases prevented due to shutdown. More on washingtonpost.com In other news, 8th graders donate end of the year field trip money to Navajo nation.
The world’s tallest building, has emerge as a sparkling charity donation box, raising cash for food for UAE residents struggling the financial impact of the new corona virus pandemic. Read more on news18.com . Winemakers in Italy want to covert their unsold assets into hand sanitising gel, which is in excessive demand in the middle […]
Jury trials to reopen in England and wales.
Read about how a Charity called Food Cycle scavenges for surplus of perfectly good food from bins of grocery stores and up cycles into full meals for people that don’t have money or resources here. The mayor of London is encouraging cycling and walking in the streets of downtown during lockdown. The Streetscape initiative is […]
On Tuesday, May 4th, 2020 Gavin Newsom, Governor of California announce that California will start opening up. Starting Friday, May 8, 2020 most stores including clothing stores, book stores, music stores, and sporting stores, with some modifications like curb side pick up only. Oh! And florists too, just in time for Mother’s Day! He also […]
A restaurant in Amsterdam introduced “Quarantine Greenhouses”.
During these tough times where everyone is sheltering in place, it is important to show your gratitude to people who need it, be thankful for what you have and lastly but most importantly, be happy. These next few examples show acts of generosity and kindness. Many people from all over the world, expressed what they […]
Seventy year old is discharged after two months. He suffered multiple organ shutdown, was on a ventilator and his family had to say good bye to him. But…he refused to die. See more on Seattle Times. Story 2: Covidya provides free tutoring platform Arhan, a 15 year old student from Hong Kong wants to provide […]