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Corona Virus Outbreak 2020: small gifts for homeless people (14)

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their ow. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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of the-month meal service to the city??"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom??"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???grab and go??? style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their own accord. So she stayed to serve, ensuring the food was not contaminated and that people maintained distance. ..The homeless are desperate for food, and local organizations need to be trained on how to serve it safely. 01 Apr 2020 Pictured: of the-month meal service to the city???Z"s most vulnerable people in Pershing Park, maintaining social distance of six feet, and having all volunteers over 60 honor Gov. Newsom???Z"s state-wide directive to stay home. instead of cooking meals, volunteers are asked to order food stuffs and health supplies via Amazon.com, or to donate money and gift cards. Instead of the usual 15-20 or so volunteers coming to Pershing Park to serve, only two, healthy volunteers, Amy Katz and Kira Weiss, deliver the food in the park in ???ZSgrab and go???Z style. Last Wednesday the main course was Turkey and Veggie Subway sandwiches. Today, April 1, a man from one of the churches that discontinued their first-of-the-month Wednesday service, dropped off six Costco Pizzas, gloves and snacks, then quickly jumped in his car and drove away. The hungry guests stood waiting, not sure what to do. Katz realized this could be a disaster, as many of the people living on the streets are still not social distancing on their. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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GER Dresden - Gabenzaun in der Dresdner Neustadt soll Obdachlosen helfen und wird mit Beuteln voller Sachen und Geschenke behangen - Hilfe Solidaritaet Not 25.03.20 250320 ddbd *** GER Dresden gift fence in Dresden Neustadt to help the homeless and will be hung with bags full of things and gifts Help Solidarity Emergency 25 03 20 250320 ddbd

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GER Dresden - Gabenzaun in der Dresdner Neustadt soll Obdachlosen helfen und wird mit Beuteln voller Sachen und Geschenke behangen - Hilfe Solidaritaet Not 25.03.20 250320 ddbd *** GER Dresden gift fence in Dresden Neustadt to help the homeless and will be hung with bags full of things and gifts Help Solidarity Emergency 25 03 20 250320 ddbd

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GER Dresden - Gabenzaun in der Dresdner Neustadt soll Obdachlosen helfen und wird mit Beuteln voller Sachen und Geschenke behangen - Hilfe Solidaritaet Not 25.03.20 250320 ddbd *** GER Dresden gift fence in Dresden Neustadt to help the homeless and will be hung with bags full of things and gifts Help Solidarity Emergency 25 03 20 250320 ddbd

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GER Dresden - Gabenzaun in der Dresdner Neustadt soll Obdachlosen helfen und wird mit Beuteln voller Sachen und Geschenke behangen - Hilfe Solidaritaet Not 25.03.20 250320 ddbd *** GER Dresden gift fence in Dresden Neustadt to help the homeless and will be hung with bags full of things and gifts Help Solidarity Emergency 25 03 20 250320 ddbd