Monthly Archives: March 2020

Family Promise of Greater Phoenix Shifts Operations, Seeks Donations Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

by on March 31, 2020 0
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that rescues primarily first-time homeless families and their pets by providing emergency shelter and basic needs while assisting these families in returning to independence, has had to completely change its operations model amid the coronavirus pandemic. Before the coronavirus pandemic, Family Promise relied on its network... Read More

What To Do If Someone In Your Home Gets COVID-19

by on March 31, 2020 0
As coronavirus spreads through the U.S., states have closed schools and nonessential businesses and prohibited group gatherings. This leaves most of us at home, but many of us live in close quarters with other people. Public health experts from the UNLV School of Public Health have outlined how people can protect themselves from being... Read More

Will Warmer Weather Slow Down The Coronavirus Outbreak?

by on March 31, 2020 0
You may be asking yourself: will warmer weather slow down the spread of coronavirus? There are still several uncertainties, but new research being done on COVID-19 suggests that it might be the case in certain areas. New data from MIT researchers indicates COVID-19 is not spreading as efficiently in warmer and more humid environments.... Read More

Governor Ducey Announces New Steps To Protect Families And Small Businesses From Foreclosure

by on March 31, 2020 0
Governor Doug Ducey today announced a cooperative agreement with the state’s banks to protect small businesses and families from eviction and foreclosure. Banks also committed to expediting the application and approval of small business loans as part of the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program passed by Congress and signed into law last week. Under... Read More

Arizona Citizens For The Arts Telethon

by on March 31, 2020 0
You are invited to HEARTS for ARIZONA, a 24-hour virtual telethon featuring live performances, appearances by artists, chefs, celebrities, business owners, and politicians statewide Arizona Citizens for the Arts believe that ART is the heart of humanity. Right now, hearts across the globe are heavy and weary, yet still full of love, compassion and a longing for connection. We are... Read More

Arizona COVID-19 Cases Surpass 1,000 Mark

by on March 30, 2020 0
The number of Arizona positive tests for COVID-19 has crossed the 1,000 barrier. State health officials said Monday morning that the state was up to 1,157 cases. Three more people in Arizona have died from the disease caused by the coronavirus, bringing the state total to 20 confirmed deaths from COVID-19. According to the... Read More