If you’re stuck working from home, lamenting the loss of your spring snowboard season, missing late afternoon hangs at the brewery with your buds and wondering how long it will be until you have to crack that emergency can of creamed corn, consider yourself one of the lucky ones out there right now.
People are suffering. Livelihoods are ruined and some businesses may not come out the other side. And many of us are looking at the TV over our third bowl of asking ourselves, “Man, what can I do to help?”
First off, beware of scammers. Second, the big relief organizations have huge administrative costs, making your donation less impactful.
“We decided to step in and start small, doing one specific thing….