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Moms Unite Through App To Help COVID

LEHI, Utah, March 17, 2020  Via PRNewswire

Moms Unite Through App To Help COVID-19 Childcare Crisis

Momni waives fees through April for safe childcare

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While school districts across the nation continue to close, many parents still need to work in order to provide for their families. With more than 26 million children now home during regular school hours, the need for safe childcare is at an all-time high.

The Momni App offers a timely solution to the current childcare crisis caused by the impact of coronavirus closures. By helping parents get in contact with local families to offer or receive childcare services, parents are able to find childcare that will not expose children to large groups typically seen at traditional daycares and schools. In addition, Momni also provides work from home opportunities for those hourly and contracted employees who may be without work during coronavirus related closures.

Due to the seriousness of this issue, Momni will be waiving fees on the platform through April 30, 2020. They hope this will help parents find the childcare needed at an affordable price.

Those that sign up as hosts have the opportunity to earn income by providing childcare to users registered as guests. Those that sign up as guests can locate hosts, request childcare, and make payments directly through the Momni app. Both guests and hosts are required to go through an in-depth verification process and have the option to leave reviews after every booking.

Founded in Utah, by mother and entrepreneur Karmel Larson, Momni is a caresharing app that allows users to sign up as guests, hosts or both. “We hope that this situation will bring our communities together,” says Larson, “This is something we can do to help support one another and ensure childcare needs are met.”

To learn more and become a registered user, visit momni.com

GENERAL RESOURCES AND PREPARATION

 

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The below was last updated at 2pm MT on Thursday, March 12th. Please check the website above for updated resources and information. 

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Original resources and inspiration provided by Nicole Brewer, Ann Marie Lonsdale, Quanice Floyd, Tiffany Wilhelm, Brian Herrera, Hannah Fenlon, & Clementine Bordeaux.

 

Email hannah.fenlon@gmail.com & abigail.vega1@gmail.com & ann.marie.lonsdale@gmail.com  [all three, please!] with question, additions,  and/or suggestions regarding this list. The overwhelming need for a list like this means Google has slowed just a bit, so the administrators above will gladly add links for the community!

 

GENERAL RESOURCES AND PREPARATION

ADVOCACY FOR FREELANCERS

EMERGENCY FUNDING

INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES

BEST PRACTICES FOR ONLINE TEACHING, LEARNING, and GATHERING

ONLINE PLATFORMS

HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

TEMPORARY/REMOTE JOB OPPORTUNITIES

OTHER GENERALIZED WISDOM


GENERAL RESOURCES AND PREPARATION

 

ADVOCACY FOR FREELANCE

 

GENERAL RESOURCES AND PREPARATION

ADVOCACY FOR FREELANCERS

EMERGENCY FUNDING

INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES

BEST PRACTICES FOR ONLINE TEACHING, LEARNING, and GATHERING

ONLINE PLATFORMS

HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

TEMPORARY/REMOTE JOB OPPORTUNITIES

OTHER GENERALIZED WISDOM


GENERAL RESOURCES AND PREPARATION

 

ADVOCACY FOR FREELANCERS

EMERGENCY FUNDING

NNational Relief Funds & Grants

 

 

Advocacy Alerts and Petitions for Funding

Help advocate at the federal level for relief!!! Advocacy Action Alert – TCG & Performing Arts Alliance

ICC-WHO Joint Statement

ICC-WHO Joint Statement: An unprecedented private sector call to action to tackle COVID-19

In a coordinated effort to combat the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have agreed to work closely to ensure the latest and most reliable information and tailored guidance reaches the global business community.

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global health and societal emergency that requires effective immediate action by governments, individuals and businesses. All businesses have a key role to play in minimising the likelihood of transmission and impact on society. Early, bold and effective action will reduce short- term risks to employees and long-term costs to businesses and the  economy.

To aid this collective effort, ICC will regularly send updated advice to its network of over 45 million businesses so that businesses everywhere can take informed and effective action to protect their workers, customers and local communities and contribute to the production and distribution of essential supplies.

ICC will also contribute to enhancing information flows on the coronavirus outbreak by surveying its global private sector network to map the global business response. This will both encourage businesses to adopt appropriate precautionary approaches and generate new data and insights to support national and international government efforts.

As an immediate priority, businesses should be developing or updating, readying or implementing business continuity plans. Business continuity plans should aim to reduce transmission, including by: promoting understanding of the disease, its symptoms and appropriate behavior among employees; setting up a reporting system for any cases and contacts; preparing essentials; limiting travel and physical connectivity; and planning for measures such as teleworking when necessary.www.covid19responsefund.org.

 

Professor X The JACKAL

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Ill Brew presents Push ill street Tours

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Experience the urban landscape scene and rich history in an entirely new way! Spend the day with Push ill Street Tours as we sample our way through the inner cities, along a journey filled with local art, artisan gears and rare archives.

We have fostered relationships with the top Underground ambassadors of various neighborhoods your favorite artist represents, giving you exclusive access to the streets behind your favorite Rapper or DJ cities . Each City has been handpicked to showcase the areas top underground producers that reflect the personality, energy and culture of the selected community.

Gessye Inspirationals

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Gessye Ginelle is an gospel and inspirational singer and songwriter from the Republic of the Congo, inspired by an Afro and American background. She enjoys singing in various languages (such as French, English, Lingala) and styles. Gessye Ginelle is an Excellence in Christian Music Academy (ECMA 2014) alumni based in Washington DC, USA. In 2014, she was a top Ten finalist and the first participant from Africa in the American Family Insurance’s “Your Dream is Out There” live competition sponsored by Bishop Paul Morton, Tasha Cobbs and J Moss (also judges). Gessye Ginelle organized a highly anticipated concert in 2013 dubbed “the Gospel Fever concept”that sought to unite indie artists and youth communities of the Republic of the Congo around positive entertainment and time of worship. She also headlined the Fest Africa Silver Spring community event in 2015, an event that draws hundreds of participants every year.

Gessye Ginelle believes in sharing God’s love, joy and positivity wherever she goes, whether in international development circles,working for youth empowerment and poverty reduction or through music and visual arts. As such, she published in 2015 her very first documentary called “The Africa We Know” that has been making raves, screening in various  places such as the Art Fest Festival in Cameroon, Slum City Festival in Kenya, Denton Black Film Festival in Texas and winning the 2015 Emerging Filmmaker award from the Silicon Valley African Film Festival in California.  Gessye also made appearances at Gusa’s Music festival in York , Pennsylvania  and the International African Arts Festival in Brooklyn, New York in 2018.

In the works are her  EP album, the second edition of Gospel Fever  and a possible participation to the FESPAM, the biggest Pan African festival in the world.

Gessye Ginelle loves to sing her experiences and is inspired by life stories, proverbs and psalms. She sings what shecalls “Gospel Inspirationals” to share her experience walking with God and how her relationship evolves over time, as well as the life lessons she acquires along the way. Her first single, “Whole Again”, dwells on a time in her life where her hope was dwindling down, where her strength could not take her through but God’s hand worked miraculously to even provide her opportunities for which she was not qualified for. Her second song “Awa” talks about observing and applying lessons from her mother’s experiences, and how her mother’s faith took her through

some of her toughest times. Gessye Ginelle is available for bookings.

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