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Our second issue of COVID-19 Response focuses on the organizations and partnerships contributing to positive social impact during the COVID-19 pandemic, from food and housing security to mental and physical health.

We All Want to Make a Difference. Here’s How.

There’s increasing pressure on food banks to keep up with demand during COVID-19. Chris Hatch, CEO of Food Banks Canada, explains how you can help.

Cheers to Volunteers

It’s time to applaud every volunteer who has stepped up, stepped cautiously, and, at times, stepped back in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coming Together to Support Canada’s Health Care Heroes with Conquer COVID-19

Conquer COVID-19 collects unused PPE from those with spare inventory and donates it to communities who need it urgently, like Canada’s health care workers.

Find Housing and Domestic Violence Support During COVID-19 with HelpSeeker

HelpSeeker is partnering with social sector leaders to help vulnerable populations find support for housing and domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stand (Together) and Deliver

While COVID-19 has severely restricted the movement of people, UPS Canada’s Dominic Porporino notes that the movement of goods has never been more vital.

Helping Canadians with Immediate Online Mental Health Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Wellness Together Canada is Canada’s first and only online platform offering immediate mental health support for all Canadians, at no cost to individuals.

Royal Canadian Legion Branches Rally for Veterans During Pandemic

The Royal Canadian Legion have found ways to continue helping Canadian Veterans and communities — and sometimes they need to get a little creative about it.

Stay Fit While Social Distancing with This Program from McGill Researchers

Homebound Resiliency Mission is a new initiative, providing a six-week web-based wellness program designed for Canadian veterans and their families.

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