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Ways To Help People Affected By The Pandemic Worldwide


Since the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the coronavirus became a pandemicover a year ago, over 100 million Americans have gotten fully vaccinated, marking the beginning of a healing chapter in this country. But the pandemic isn’t over: the vaccine’s uneven global rollout means that as more people up their defense in the U.S., many people — in this country and across the globe — are still in need of help. If you'd like to help people affected by the coronavirus, you can consider donating, volunteering, or even sending positive messages.

Here's a list of organizations that are currently accepting help during the pandemic, along with other ways you can make a difference:

Support Founders Of Women-Owned Businesses

Small businesses, particularly those owned by women, were hit hard in the pandemic: they were forced to closed temporarily, shutter completely, or pivot indefinitely. Starting Friday, May 14, you can support female business owners who have been impacted by coronavirus by joining a collaboration between global food and personal care supplier Unilever, and career and personal growth platform Luminary. By going to EveryDayUDoesGood.com and shopping female-founded businesses on the Luminary Collective, or investing in women by funding Illumination Grants, you can directly aid women who have been affected by coronavirus. As a part of the aid effort, Luminary will be also offering free access to their coaching, consulting, and community building resources for professionals through the end of May.


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