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Due to the extraordinary circumstances we are all dealing with these days, we have made arrangements to webcast our weekly meetings.  We value our fellowship and want to continue to meet with our good friends, and work together to support our community.  And at the same time, we want everyone to stay safe. All meetings are open to guests from the community! Connection options listed with the event...
In light of the disastrous disruptions caused by the official and personal responses to Covid-19, Brookline Rotary encourages everyone to support those programs and efforts that serve people with great need and few if any resources. Hourly workers are hardest hit – if they don’t work, they don’t have money for food and housing.
 
Brookline Food Pantry is continuing to provide food to families in need. We are helping to support them, especially with their outreach to school-age children from lower-income families in Brookline.  See http://brooklinefoodpantry.org/donate-now.html for their most urgently needed donations.
 
Brookline has a history of working together during difficult times – and especially today, helping our neighbors helps us all. The Brookline Community Foundation has a long tradition of offering emergency assistance for basic needs (food, utilities, rent assistance, and other urgent needs) through the BCF Safety Net, which is administered by The Brookline Center.  Please consider a donation to the BCF Safety Net Fund.
 
 
As always, in easy times and difficult times, Brookline Rotary's mission is to serve and to help solve local and world problems.  There has never been a time like this, but like other non-profit organizations, we are here to help our community.  For those who missed the town meting this morning, here are a few key points through my filter:
  • The site for all town stats, updates, volunteer opportunities, and facts is https://brooklinecovid19.com.  
  • Many of our non-profit and government partners are working hard to implement plans to secure community health and the well-being of all our neighbors. Rather than duplicate and divide, we can work with them.  All activities are listed on the town website.
  • BIG is televising many events and meetings in town. https://brooklineinteractive.org/
  • Organizations, including the food pantry, are seeking donations of cash and not goods.  The Food Pantry for example can buy five times the amount of goods for the dollar that we can through their wholesalers -- a $20 donation buys $100 worth of food.
  • There is a town website that is trying to match those in need with volunteers and those wishing to volunteer please write to covidvolunteer@brooklinema.gov.
  • Whenever possible, please support local businesses rather than buying from Amazon.
  • Don't forget to complete your 2020 census on line.
Stay well and hope to see everyone on line tomorrow.
 
Our Annual Pancake Breakfast, previously slated for March 28, has been postponed.  We are working toward finding a date later in the year and will announce it once the revised date has been finalized.
Many thanks for your ongoing support!
 
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