The coronavirus is an enemy that knows no borders and for millions of refugees around the world, the fight for survival continues — even from the safety of asylum.
While most of the nation has begun to see the number of COVID-19 cases fall, cases on Native American reservations are growing steadily and there is fear that the peak of the epidemic is nowhere in sight. Learn how you can help today!
Check out this inspiring story of how one family chose to use their stimulus to support their neighbor, their city, and a struggling community.
Barry Pearl, an actor who’s known best for his role in ‘Grease’, stopped by his neighborhood market last week, not to pick up his groceries but rather to pay tribute to the essential grocery store employees.
In a recent episode of his podcast, “Rethink,” Jim Burgen, pastor of Flatirons Community Church, challenges his audience to do something a little unconventional with their stimulus money. Rather than spending it on themselves, he urges his listeners to give at least part of it away to someone who needs it more.
It’s tempting to be overcome by grief and hopelessness, but in the midst of this crisis, we’ve seen inspiring stories of giving and unprecedented movements of kindness and love. Here are some unique ways to help others during this time.
An anonymous donor who joined Share the Stimulus tells why and how he chose to give.
Check out these inspiring stories of how some individuals have chosen to use their stimulus checks!
It wasn’t long after the stimulus package had been announced that Nate L. of Colorado Springs, CO found himself challenged to consider giving the money he’d receive away to someone else who might need it more.
Are you looking to give but aren’t sure where to start? Share the Stimulus is a Colorado based project and we have a particular love for the people of our home state. We’ve put together a list of nonprofits along the Front Range that are serving the spiritual, economic, and social needs of Coloradans.