Millions of people around the world are using video chats to stay sober during #COVID19. Social isolation can be dangerous for recovering addicts, so Alcoholics Anonymous and other groups are hosting online meetings to continue supporting those who need it.
Zoos and aquariums around the country are getting creative during #COVID19 by turning to social media for daily live streams of various animal exhibits. Hundreds of thousands of viewers tune in every day to keep up with their favorite animals.
A Texas mom used Facebook to find an RV her husband could park close to home and use between his ER shifts on the #COVID19 floor. After a neighbor stepped up to help, the two launched #RVs4MDs to help other families facing similar situations across the country.
An anti-bullying advocate is bringing people together through live, virtual knitting sessions during #COVID19. She’s reaching hundreds of thousands of followers on Facebook every week to build her #HatNotHate community while doing something she loves.
Two college students wanted to lend a helping hand to their at-risk neighbors during the #COVID19 pandemic, so they decided to launch a site called Invisible Hands to help organize thousands of volunteers in NYC and beyond.
After receiving a tip from a regular on Venmo, an Albany bartender wanted to share the wealth. She made a spreadsheet so locals can virtually tip their favorite bartenders/servers that’s been shared over 200 times on Facebook.
“Lower Duck Pond” is an online “town” with 87,000+ residents who create a community through improv-style conversations on the subreddit r/HaveWeMet. It’s quickly grown into an “internet escape where everyone’s your friend.”