New Yorkers are taking care of each other as we get through this pandemic together. Here's a few examples of how small (and big) acts of kindness go a long way during these trying times.
Brian McCabe & other Irish American leaders launched a Meitheal to raise funds for frontline workers. They partnered with The New York Irish Center and distributed 15,000 gloves 450 Tyvek suits, 400 medical masks, 70N 95 masks, 150 safety googles to hospitals around the city and Westchester.
A big thank you to MTA workers came in the form of a handmade sign. As they mourn the loss of so many colleagues to coronavirus, they continue to keep the trains going so other essential workers can get to their jobs.
The Girl Scouts delivered dozens of boxes of cookies and cards to St. Johns episcopal hospital in far Rockaway. Sometimes a sweet treat can help doctors, nurses and other hospital workers get through long, exhausting shifts.
And here’s to all the teachers going the extra mile. Ryan is a pre school teacher at PS 144 in forest hills, he knew his student jack was sad about not seeing his teacher and classmates each day so he drove to Jack’s house, popped up through his sunroof and waved.