Listed Below are Resources Provided During COVID-19

Last Updated May 18, 2020

We will continue to update this webpage for helpful resources throughout COVID-19. Please check back often. 

Fundraiser with 321 Coffee

We are hosting a fundraiser with 321 Coffee from May 18th through June 30th.  We will be donating $1 for each mile walked or run by our clients during this time, up to $1500, to 321 Coffee to help them in their mission of employing intellectually and developmentally disabled adults in the Triangle!  Click below to learn all about this awesome partnership!

Learn more about our fundraiser!

Lunch & Learn and Wine & Wisdom

Join us for our June Educational Events.  The topic will be Cybersecurity in Our New Digital World.

Learn more and RSVP here!

 

Watch Our Most Recent Webinar

Recorded Monday, May 19, 2020. Please reach out to our team if you do not have the password. Previous recorded webinars are at the bottom of the page.  We will keep you posted on our next webinar date!

All Client Webinar - Monday, May 18, 2020

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CARES Act Information

On Friday, March 27th the CARES Act stimulus package was signed into law. There are several important provisions that you should be mindful of. Click the link below to view an overview of the the impact it may have for you.

Click Here to View Summary

 

Status of Economic Impact Payment

The IRS released a portal on their website for you to check eligibilty and status of your Economic Impact Payment, they are calling it "Get My Payment." Click the link below to go directly to IRS's website for more information:

Click Here to go to "Get My Payment" Website

 

Take a Risk Assessment

Do you want to better understand your comfort with risk during volatile markets? Watch the video tutorial and then click the button below the video to take your risk assessment! 

Take the Risk Assessment

 

Local Donating and Volunteer Opportunities 

 

Activate Good

Their Mission is to activate volunteers to help charitable causes in our local community. Their current needs include volunteers to help configure 10,500 hotspots for kids learning remotely, distribute BackPack Buddies Bags to families, help at food banks, drive for Meals on Wheels, and more. They also have a number of remote volunteer opportunities.
https://activategood.org

 

Feeding the Carolinas

With the emergence of COVID-19 on a state, national, and global level, Feeding the Carolinas is working with its member Feeding America Food Banks, DHHS, Feeding America, and other organizations to provide assistance with hunger relief in North and South Carolina, and the tens of thousands of residents and families they serve.
https://feedingthecarolinas.org/

 

Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina 

On top of their normal operations serving the community, The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina has distributed over 11,000 family-sized boxes, containing 20 meals per box, in response to the COVID-19 crisis. These boxes are what they are hearing are most helpful to the community right now, providing more meals to sustain people during these uncertain times. Through coordinated efforts, these boxes are going to their disaster relief partner agencies, some school districts in our service area, and several Meals on Wheels chapters, to help support seniors on weekends. In addition to the pre-packed boxes they been able to purchase, small groups of volunteers have packed more than 4,000 of those family-sized boxes.
https://foodbankcenc.org/

 

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle

The Food Shuttle recovers and distributes nearly 6 million pounds of food per year, and teaches skills for self-sufficiency including culinary job skills, shopping and cooking healthy on a budget, and how to grow food. Due to COVID-19, they are suspending most volunteer activities, but are still accepting donations.
https://www.foodshuttle.org/

 

Legal Aid NC

The disruption caused by COVID-19 will cause hardship to low-income people throughout North Carolina. They will need the support of pro bono volunteers and donors to meet the increased need for their services that will result. If you want to help, please visit legalaidnc.org/volunteer and legalaidnc.org/donate.

 

Meals On Wheels Wake County

Meals on Wheels Wake County serves 1,300 noontime meals every weekday to homebound older adults and persons with disabilities in Wake County. Their last hot meal delivery was March 20th, but they have transitioned to frozen meal delivery plans. They are attempting to deliver 5 frozen meals to all of their 1,400 clients and are in need of volunteers and donations.
https://www.wakemow.org/volunteer

 

NC Restaurant Workers Relief Fund

There are now thousands of North Carolinians from the restaurant and hospitality industry without jobs or a source of income. They need money for the basic necessities. They’ve always served us. Now it’s our chance to serve them back.
https://www.ncrestaurantrelief.com

 

Refugee Hope Partners 

Right in the middle of North Raleigh, there is a growing community at Cedar Point Apartments, a door to the nations of the world. They help these refugee neighbors with many programs, such as homework assistance, ESL classes, mentoring and scholorship programs, medical advocacy, and more.
https://www.refugeehopepartners.org/3-ways-to-help-right-now

 

The Triangle Nonprofit and Volunteer Leadership Center

The Triangle Nonprofit and Volunteer Leadership Center acts as a hub for the nonprofit community throughout the Triangle. Due to Covid-19, many of their volunteer opportunities have been placed on hold. They are still asking for donations and are in need of some Emergency Response Volunteers

 

The Center for Volunteer Caregiving

The Center for Volunteer Caregiving helps older adults and adults with disabilities in Wake County live independently for as long as possible. Their clients greatest need right now is access to food and medications. They are in need of volunteers who are willing to do grocery shopping and medication pick-up and delivery.
https://volunteercaregiving.org

 

Previous Webinars

You will need the password to view these webinars that was provided to you via email. Please reach out to us if you need the password again.

State of the Economy Webinar;  Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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All Client Webinar; Recorded April 20th

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Next Generation Webinar; For Client's Children; Recorded April 1st

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All Client Webinar; Recorded March 30th

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All Client Webinar; Recorded March 23rd

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