Doing Good In Our Communities Amid The Coronavirus Crisis On Wednesday's Access Utah

Mar 19, 2020

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As we all deal the best we can with Coronavirus and COVID-19, we want to hear examples that you have heard or experienced of people, businesses or organizations doing good.

There are plenty of examples of profiteering and the like, but there’s a lot of good going on as well. That’s the focus of Access Utah next time. How can we help those in need even while we’re social distancing? How best to help the most vulnerable, like the elderly? Our guests will include Amy Anderson from the Sunshine Terrace Foundation in Logan. And we’d love to hear your experience or suggestion? We’ll also ask you what you’re doing while you’re social distancing. You can email us right now to  and continue the conversation. We'll read your comment at the start of our next episode.

Our guests include Paul Krupin, Matt Whitaker with the Cache Community Food Pantry, Ted Chalfant, Executive Director of Little Lambs, and Giselle Madrid with the Cache County Senior Center.