Spectrum Good News Initiative: Coronavirus & Good Deeds Trending Topics 4/14/2020
As COVID-19 continues to impact our lives, the outbreak has not stopped people from performing good deeds for one another. We have continued to monitor this content consumption trend, and we came across many positive stories over the past week! As seen in the image below, here are articles that are being consumed most often:
Community raised money for a paramedic so she could be with her immunocompromised 5-year-old son awaiting a heart transplant.
Nursing home started an “Adopt a Grandparent” campaign allowing virtual volunteers to video chat with the elderly.
Food trucks donated 500 meals to a domestic violence shelter.
City raised millions of dollars to help community businesses impacted from coronavirus.
We hope these stories inspire you throughout the week and we look forward to sharing more positive news with you again soon!
URLs to articles: https://www.firstcoastnews.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/jax-paramedic-to-be-reunited-with-5-year-old-son-receiving-hospice-care-thanks-to-communitys-generosity/77-e3743db4-5f0e-44aa-9b2b-2e5c5926c135 https://people.com/home/nursing-home-asks-for-virtual-volunteers-to-adopt-a-grandparent-during-coronavirus-isolation/ https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/sacramento-food-trucks-help-families-at-domestic-violence-shelter/ar-BB129oxO https://www.kvue.com/article/news/local/coronavirus-austin-texas-all-together-atx-funds-raised/269-ff1e028e-d76d-40cd-83c1-9f3257932dc9