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Pandemic Resources

The pandemic has posed a hardship on our workforce that we have never seen before. This can be especially hard on our teammates that are required to quarantine and not receive pay for their time away from work. The burden is heavy and we want to help as much as we can.

Below are some resources that can be provided to teammates that may be struggling to put food on the table, pay bills/rent/mortgage, or may just need extra community support to make it through.

Indianapolis

  1. Food resources:
    1. Visit Indy Hunger to find food pantries in your area: https://www.indyhunger.org/find-help/
    2. The Lords Pantry at Anna’s House: 317-631-5504; https://annashousemsc.org/
    3. 211: https://www.211.org/
    4. “Feed Your Neighbor” is a FREE food drive and is completely free, contactless, and open to anyone. There are additional food drives and services throughout the state, more information can be found at http://feedyourneighbor.com
  2. Rental assistance: 317-912-1260; https://indyrent.org/
  3. Teammates can file for unemployment with Dept. of Workforce Development; 317-232-6702.
  4. Additional community resources:
    1. 211: While they can connect you to food banks, they also help direct you to other resources such as paying housing bills and other essential services. They have a link specifically for COVID -19 Pandemic resources. https://www.211.org/services/covid19
    2. Southeast Community Center: 317-236-7400 (Mon. – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm) https://www.southeastindy.org/
    3. La Plaza Indy: 317-890-3292; https://www.laplazaindy.org
    4. Immigrant Welcome Center recently launched a new resource page for those seeking assistance: 317-808-2326; https://www.immigrantwelcomecenter.org/resources/
    5. Aunt Bertha is an online resource that can help you find local support in Indianapolis: https://www.findhelp.org/search_results/46201

 

Dallas and Tarrant County

Rental assistance, mental health assistance and more.

211: https://www.211.org/ can help you find any additional resources you may need.

Immigrant Resources

Food Pantries Map

Texas Unemployment Information

 

Louisville

Rental assistance, meals, health and additional resources.

211: https://www.211.org/ can help you find any additional resources you may need.

Unemployment

Immigrant Resources

Food and meal resources

 

Charlotte

Food and meal resource map

Immigrant Assistance programs

Mortgage and rental assistance

You can find additional resources here

Unemployment

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