2020 was rough. If you're in a stable financial situation, consider sending your $600 stimulus check to a neighbor or local organization who could use a little extra help.
"She was out of work for two months and is working at half capacity under Covid restrictions."
B pledged $300 to her hairstylist in North Carolina
"Our community is best served when we band together and support each other. My family is weathering this well and want to support others."
A good samaritan pledged $1,000 to Lee's Summit in Missouri
"Others need the assistance especially NOW!"
Jean pledged $1,200 to Maple Morgan Park Food Pantry in Illinois
Take a look at pledges from across the US to get inspired.
When you get your check, donate directly to a person or cause you know and trust.
You never know how much generosity you'll inspire.
For some of us, that $600 will go towards groceries and rent...it’s “keep the lights on” money.
For others, 2020 had us working from home. We might need a haircut, but we’re not struggling to pay the bills.
If you're in that second boat, consider sending your check to someone you know whose life has been turned upside down by 2020.
Have a friend who was laid off? Help pay their rent or mortgage 🏠
Worried about your favorite local business? $600 goes a long way 💸
Don't know where to give? $600 = 600 meals through Feeding America 🧇