COVID-19 Resources

How to Help and Where to Get Help during the COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19 and the economic fallout have devastated so many families. Daily life as we know it has changed. For some, it will never be the same.

New York’s 14th Congressional District is one of the hardest hit district in the country, with more than 19,200 cases of COVID-19.

This page includes resources on how to help and where to get help in the community.

Mutual Aid 101 Toolkit

This toolkit includes step-by-step instructions for how you can build your own mutual aid network while staying safe from the spread of COVID-19.

A mutual aid network is a community of people that support one another through resource sharing. During COVID-19, these networks often take the form of neighbors helping neighbors with grocery runs and trips to the pharmacy or sharing information about available city, state, and federal resources.

Read here
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#WeGotOurBlock Signs

Download and place these signs on your apartment windows, doors, or building common spaces to let your neighbors know that you’re there to help if they need it!

Download here
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NY-14 Food Pantry List

The following is a list of food pantries serving Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez’s district (NY-14) that we’ve been able to confirm are still open through COVID-19.

For more information, visit: foodbanknyc.org/get-help

If you have updates or additions to the list, please email us@ocasiocortez.com. If you want to make a donation, click here.

View here
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COVID-19 Resource guide in English, Urdu, Arabic and Bangla

View here

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