NEWS AND STORIES
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Good Neighbors’ COVID-19 response in South Korea was highlighted in a piece about home schooling during the pandemic. “Good Neighbors has stepped in to support thousands of students from low-income families. They’re even handing out food parcels to help students concentrate. For many, school can be a place of stability and a daily home cooked meal.”Read more
Do you know about the open-air burning ban? This temporary safety measure is in place right now to ease the demand on the London Fire Department. This way, firefighters don’t have to go out unnecessarily, saving resources and preventing exposure to COVID-19.Read more
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When quarantine started here in London, Ontario, our first thought was providing nutrition to the vulnerable population who wouldn’t have had the means to stock up on food. Your giving allowed us to donate $15,000 to help feed our community. Thank you!Read more
We’ve been working remotely to help stop the spread of COVID-19. We’re equipped to help our donors and are assisting our community by collaborating with local organizations. Contact us for any inquiries or concerns: 1 (833) 614-GOOD (4663), firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
With the quick spread of coronavirus cases over the weekend, we have decided to postpone our next fundraiser, Minds in Bloom, originally scheduled for May 27. We don’t have a new date yet, but we feel it was the responsible decision to make. The health of our community is our priority.Read more
K-pop group Monsta X donated over $110,000 to Good Neighbors Korea to help medical staff and vulnerable people infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19), as well as to help prevent new cases.Read more