March 29, 2020
Lakeland’s nonprofits and community activists have boots on the ground doing what they can to help against COVID-19′s impact locally.
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LAKELAND — As the federal government prepares to release a $2.2 trillion rescue package to help American residents, Lakeland’s nonprofits and community activists already have boots on the ground doing what they can to help against COVID-19′s impact.
Christina Criser Jackson, president and CEO of the United Way of Central Florida, said her nonprofit agency and others are rapidly changing in an effort to meet community needs in these uncertain times.
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