A Note From Mark
I know that the coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for all of us, and especially those who have gotten sick or had a family member get sick, lost a job, or struggled to keep their business afloat.
The lists below include just some of the many resources and organizations working on the frontlines every day to care for the most vulnerable members of our communities, and we want to support their crucial work.
Arizonans are tough and in times of crisis, we always come together. That’s exactly what we need to do right now. We have to rely on science, data, and facts, and we have to look out for each other. That’s how we’re going to get through this.
For the most up-to-date information and guidance about the coronavirus pandemic, please visit the CDC website.
For the most up-to-date information and guidance about the coronavirus pandemic in Arizona, please visit the AZDHS website.
Whether you’re in need of groceries, medical care, or hoping to donate supplies or food, there’s a resource page for Arizonans with some of the latest information on COVID-19.
If you’re a small business owner who is struggling, Local First AZ has a list of resources that could help. The organization is also offering consulting services and small grants to businesses in need.
For people needing food assistance, the Arizona Food Bank Network operates as a connector between some of Arizona’s largest food banks — the St. Mary’s Food Alliance, the United Food Bank, and the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, to name a few.