With so many people out of work and needing assistance in ways other than monetary compensation, the state has set up a site for both.

As a community, we'll all get through the COVID-19 outbreak together, and we now have a central site to help facilitate that.

On Wednesday afternoon, Governor Polis unveiled the State of Colorado's COVID-19 Volunteer Response site HelpColoradoNow.org.

According to Denver 7, the relief fund portion of the site will help in many ways, including virus prevention and helping those who've lost their jobs because of the outbreak. From $5 to $500 or more, whatever you can afford to give will be greatly appreciated.

The volunteering portion of the site will direct people offering their time and service to the places that best fit their skills and abilities.

You can also donate supplies through the site and find out about donating blood in your area through Vitalent, who've seen a dramatic drop in blood donations since the outbreak began.

We can do this. Visit the site HERE.

Source [Denver 7]

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