Love Destroys Covid

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Please sow a seed of love today that will bear much fruit. Any amount matters. All proceeds from the sale of this single, Dangerous + Safe, here on Play It Forward will go to the City Harvest Nonprofit organization to help feed needy families in New York City impacted by the current pandemic.

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Designated an essential service by Governor Cuomo and New York State, City Harvest, New York City’s private response to hunger and largest food rescue organization, has mobilized to feed children, families, and all of our neighbors in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.As the pandemic causes the city and the global economy to come to a halt, we’re already seeing unemployment rise rapidly. Even before the crisis, 2.5 million working-age New Yorkers were struggling to make ends meet, and in the coming weeks and months, many more will experience crippling financial hardship, especially with schools and so many businesses forced to close.

City Harvest is committed to feeding everyone who was relying on them before the crisis, and to meeting the increased need as the devastating economic impact of COVID-19 becomes a reality. They’re also working hard to ensure that, while schools are closed, children and their families can put meals on their tables.