Blog Posts on this date: "March, 2020"
While we’re all cloistered inside (as we should be), it may seem like New York City is a ghost town. But there's a lot of…Read More
If you’ve managed to get a hold of Clorox wipes and other pre-moistened disinfectant towelettes (lucky!), it's important to dispose of them properly. New York…Read More
New York City’s most vulnerable citizens are feeling the sudden impacts of the COVID-19-related changes, so the city is pulling together to try to make…Read More
As more COVID-19 cases are confirmed in New York, it is extremely important to stay home and avoid crowds. Thankfully, our favorite Downtown liquor stores…Read More
In order to successfully fight COVID-19, first responders, health-care and transit workers and other essential personnel must be able to come to work. But what…Read More
One in eight New Yorkers cannot afford enough food. And that was before the pandemic. Some of New York City’s most vulnerable citizens are feeling…Read More
As schools across the city are transitioning to remote learning, the New York City Department of Education is lending out internet-enabled iPads for students who…Read More