American Patriotism Showing Up

Businesses and others are giving, caring, volunteering, and praying during pandemic.

Anheuser-Busch is making hand sanitizer and donating it to the American Red Cross.

Samaritan’s Purse is building field hospitals, including one in New York’s Central Park.

Crazy Aaron’s, a Pennsylvania company, switched its focus from making toys to producing hand sanitizer.

Jo-Ann craft stores are giving away free kits to make face masks and gowns.

The Walt Disney Company is donating more than 100,000 N95 masks to hospitals in New York, California and Florida.

One chicken hatchery in Michigan is donating chicks to several communities where shortages of eggs have been reported.

Medical staff in New York regularly gather on hospital rooftops to pray.

Mobile Hope in Virginia is ensuring children who are often fed at school are receiving meals.

Home seamsters are making masks, surgical caps, and hospital gowns.

Taiwan is donating 2 million hospital masks to the U.S.

A landlord in New York has given a pizzeria free rent for donating hundreds of pizzas a day to overwhelmed hospitals.

Apple has donated almost 2 million masks to New York State, with more on the way. They have also given massive donations for the virus recovery efforts to China.

Children around the country are using sidewalk chalk to write Bible verses and messages of encouragement to their neighbors.

The New England Patriots’ plane transported more than a million N95 masks from China to the U.S.

A group of Facebook friends is matching RVs that are sitting idle with healthcare workers who need a place to isolate after long days at the hospitals.

Residents in New Jersey have begun a nationwide effort to help get meals to front-line medical workers.

At PetersPaperCrafts art workshop in New Orleans, they have set up a production line to make thousands of protective face shields, working 24/7.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • With thanksgiving to the many volunteer businesses and people who are extending themselves on behalf of others during this pandemic.
  • That the beauty of volunteerism and the spirit of unity would remain once the coronavirus crisis is over.

Sources: CNN, Fox News, Wall Street Journal, CNET, ABC News, NY Times, CBS News,


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