Foster a sense of wellbeing and connectivity in our communities and trust in the services that are provided.
Keep communities healthy and safe
Keeping all members within our communities healthy and safe involves following the recommended guidelines of the Competent Authority and health officials including:
Check in with the most vulnerable in your community
Be aware of those who are most vulnerable in your community and make provisions for them. The most vulnerable people include:
Communities can come together to make sure that these persons get the necessary resources, such as food and medicine, and at least know how to access services that are needed. Having at least one household in the neighbourhood checking on these persons can be of great help.
During lockdowns and isolation, many people have stored amounts of energy that would otherwise be expended during work or regular activities. Volunteerism is a great way to expel some pentup energy, reduce stress, combat boredom, and provide a sense of purpose and well-being. It also helps foster communication and connection with others. Safe ways to volunteer during the pandemic are:
Opportunities to support
Support the less fortunate by donating to the following organizations:
Build relationships with your neighbours
While connecting with your neighbours, remember to constantly social distance and follow the guidelines above for safely interacting with others.