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Published: December 16, 2020

Help Sonoma County Families Who are Isolating Due to COVID-19

Please help Sonoma County families who are isolating due to COVID-19 and in urgent need of groceries this holiday season.  Right now Sonoma is seeing the worst surge in virus cases this year, and many of the local food resources are taking a break now.

Donate through IsoCare and give a Sonoma County family who has to stay home from work to protect the rest of us an emergency grocery delivery.

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Imagine what it would be like to be sick with Covid over these already challenging holidays and not be able to earn money to get your kids a present or even put a holiday meal on the table.  And if you are sick, no one else in your household can go to work or shopping either!  IsoCare volunteers have been hearing such sad stories and they came to the IsoCare core team and asked if we could help fill the gap.

To respond, IsoCare is running a grocery delivery service for the next four weeks.  The IsoCare team is excited about this! IsoCare has an amazing volunteer who is ready to coordinate InstaCart deliveries so we can keep those who need to isolate or quarantine out of our grocery stores and keep all of us safer.

To do this, funds are needed! IsoCare project is requiring an additional $8,000 during this timeframe to supply the needs of 80 clients and their families. We will run this program through January 8, 2021, when regular food resources come back online.

This is where you can come in! Contributions can be made to the IsoCare GiveLively site.

DONATE HERE

Thank you so much for any contribution you can make to help keep people at home during this critical time and please help spread the word and share this post!

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