My biggest question over the last week has been, “How might I contribute at this time?”
The term “CARE package” originated in 1945, when millions of Europeans were at risk of starvation in the aftermath of World War II. It has since become a generic term for humanitarian relief, or a small package of snacks and goodies that parents might send their children in college.
Experts are saying that the world has not shared a crisis like this since WWII, so it seems fitting that some people and organizations are putting together their own version of care packages to share.
This is a digital care package, in keeping with modern times. It does not include food, but more nourishment for the soul. In this downloadable PDF you will find some of my musings, as well as links to resources I have found useful.
Let me know what you think.