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Chapin's We Care has critical needs during coronavirus pandemic

Chapin, SC (Paul Kirby) - Chapin's We Care sent out an e-mail over the weekend concerning their critical needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. In thet e-mail they said they cares about their clients, their staff and their community, and they are incredibly concerned about the Coronavirus pandemic as are many. The message pointed out that food pantries like We Care are going to be on the front lines ensuring that hunger needs are met. We Care wants to make sure that children who are missing school are not missing meals, and families who are missing work can still provide for their families.

No one knows exactly what is coming, but they know a lot of their neighbors are going to depend on them so they don’t miss a meal. According to the We Care staff, many of you have gotten in touch with them to ask us how you can help. Here is what you can do: - Donate food and other necessary products to We Care today! As you are stocking up on food, cleaning supplies, personal and paper products, buy a little extra for their clients. They anticipate that needs will be high for some time, so please continue to give. Encourage your concerned friends and family to do the same! - Donate financially to them if you cannot shop. Over $0.90 of every dollar they receive is used directly for client needs, so you can be confident that your donation will stay right the community to benefit those individuals in need! You can donate just by clicking on this link: LINK - PRAY!!! We Care is implementing new protocols for the safety of their clients and staff, including serving clients only from their vehicles in order to limit social contact and protect health as best they can. Everyone needs wisdom and the capacity to continue to make sound decisions that best serve themselves and the community of clients and volunteers pantries like We Care. As this ever-changing situation evolves, We Care will continue to keep you up to date on how you can help their most vulnerable neighbors in this time of crisis.

They ending their message by saying, "As always, thank you for your kind support of We Care!"

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