What If I Can’t “Stay Home?”

Most of the USA is being told to stay home, to practice physical distancing. For many of us this is difficult, but manageable. For others, it is an impossibility. Those who live on the streets of our cities have no home to stay at.

For these friends, who often depend on soup kitchens and other services whose doors are now shuttered, this time is particularly trying. We want to do our part not only in distributing food and other physical necessities, but also sharing the human necessities of friendship and social contact. You can still change someone’s day from six feet away.