COVID-19 Pandemic Help
We realize many are experiencing some economic uncertainty. If that’s you, we urge you to take care of you and your loved ones first. If you still want to help aside from the things listed below, you can help Simon Says Give by encouraging others to learn about us, our purpose, and our vision.
Birthday Celebration Donations:
Our birthday celebrations come complete with a Gift of Fun and a Gift in Need for boys and girls ages 5 to 12. Please feel free to contact us if you have donations at Info@Simonsaysgive.org. And/or shop on our Amazon Wish List Click Here
Backpacks and School Supplies:
As we get ready for High Five for Supplies, we need Backpacks and School Supply donations. Either individual items or cash donations to help with our purchase power. Please feel free to contact us if you have donations at H5FS@simonsaysgive.org. And/or shop on our Amazon Wish List Click Here
Help us find kids in need!
If you have kids that need to be celebrated, let us know! If you have kids that will need help with backpacks and/or supplies this fall, let us know! Our definition of a “Kid in Need” is a family that is living below the poverty line or has some financial hardship. If you know of kids in need, please email email@example.com
Here also are a handful of ways you can help everyone during this global crisis:
- Hand hygiene:
- Wash frequently and thoroughly with soap and warm water
- In the absence of soap and water, hand sanitizer can be substituted, but wash washing is far more effective
- Shelter in place:
- If you are able, only travel to public areas for absolute essentials
- And help ensure others in your home are doing the same
- Social Distancing:
- This means keeping 6 feet or more of distance when you are around others who are not sharing your home
- Skip the handshakes, hugs, and touching
- Be responsible when sharing information
- Sharing information you cannot verify can lead to unintended bad outcomes.
- Even if it is a healthcare professional that you trust, be aware that even people in healthcare can be susceptible to the threat of misinformation.
- Information on the W.H.O. website, the CDC website, and federal & local officials is the best place to get and verify everything we know and are learning in this rapidly changing and potentially life-threatening crisis.
Thank you all so much for your past, present, and future support. And please be safe!