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COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESOURCES

A STATEMENT FROM BLUEPRINT 58

In an uncertain time, Blueprint 58 seeks to listen to the needs of our neighbors, and to meet those needs in the best and safest ways we can. Providing resources to the most vulnerable is crucial for the good of Atlanta as we navigate the Coronavirus over the next few months. We believe that loving our neighbors in tangible and mutually transformative ways will be the thing that carries us through these difficult days.

We need your help to continue to love our community by providing crucial supplies and services, please consider giving today. If you are a neighbor who needs anything, please consider these resources, and reach out if there is anything else we can do.

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IN-KIND DONATIONS

We have created an amazon wishlist for some of our organizational and community needs. Items on this list include specific needs, like one of our moms who has recently moved into her own apartment with her young daughter, or organizational needs. If you would like to support us through in-kind donations, you can purchase an item on this list.

Thank you!

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

FOOD

  • Atlanta Community Food Bank – (404) 892-3333 
  • Meals on Wheels Atlanta – meal delivery to elderly citizens in Atlanta. (404) 351-3889

  • Hosea Williams Feed The Hungry
    4779 Mindy St Atlanta, GA 30366
    Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
    10am-12pm

  • Loaves and Fishes
    St John the Wonderworker Parish
    543 Cherokee Ave SE Atlanta, GA 30312
    Monday-Friday
    9am-10am

  • Food Finder
  • Pandemic EBT

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE

MENTAL HEALTH

NONPROFITS & SMALL BUSINESSES

LOANS & GRANTS

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

  • Benefits.gov helps point you to the right federal benefits that you may be eligible for.
  • Kiva has extended their free business loans to US entrepreneurs.
  • Here is some economic assistance specifically for my Atlanta-based business community.
  • The TODAY Show has hosted multiple segments that provide financial advice to small business owners based on questions they receive on Facebook and Instagram.
  • If you are a Georgia restaurant, the Giving Kitchen may be able to help you and your employees through this difficult time.
  • Forbes has a roundup of roundup of relief for small business owners, including quite a few options in the restaurant category.
  • Modest Needs is dedicated to helping hourly workers impacted by the coronavirus, as well as others in need of short-term, hourly assistance.
  • Time to rethink your budget? Here are three approaches you should consider.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

MISC.

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