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Be Kind, Respectful and Support One Another

March 27, 2020

Like we’ve said before, it’s important that we be there for one another during this trying time. Restaurants, bars, and other small businesses took a big hit when they were mandated to close more than a week ago. Many of these restaurants and bars have come up with other ways to support themselves by offering services they’ve never done before such as, take-out and delivery. Just because you can’t eat at your favorite restaurant doesn’t mean you can’t have their food, or drink.  There are some restaurants that have created designated pick up spots, so they can bring your food to you without actually coming into contact with you. Other restaurants are offering restaurant-made meal kits to take home and make yourself, which is also a great activity to pass time. It’s vital that we still do our best to try and support our local restaurants and bars in any way we can. If you’re not comfortable leaving the house to get pick up food, you may also support local business by buying their merchandise or gift cards to use at a later time. If you don’t have the funds to purchase anything from them at this moment, take a moment to share a post on social media encouraging others to do so. It may not seem like much, but it’s still support for those who need it most. It’s the little things that make a big impact in the end.

When we say we’re all in this together, we really are ALL IN THIS TOGETHER. What is affecting your right now in during this time, whether it be stress, anxiety, or fear, could just as likely be affecting someone else as well. That’s why it’s so important that we continue to be supportive, kind, and respectful to one another. This isn’t an easy situation for anyone to go through. Some of us may be still working while others are required to stay home. No matter the situation you are in, please remember to be respectful to everyone around you. Say thank you more than you normally would. Thank the employees at the grocery store stocking shelves to keep up with the demand. Thank your local delivery man, cop, or fireman. It’s as simple as sharing a shout out on social media to all those who are still working. Encourage one another to show a little extra appreciation during this time. Those little acts of appreciation is what keeps them going.

Please continue washing your hands and sanitizing, as this is one of the most effective ways of preventing the spread of the virus.

If your job was recently affected by the outbreak, Forge has temporary jobs available to help you get through this.

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