Time To Stand Up
The vision of the campaign is to set an example of collaboration through communication, hyper preparedness, and proactive steps that keep citizens safe while empowering the community through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
How We Win
Following Local & National Laws
Stay Connected To Updates
Continuous Hyper Preparedness Practices
Creating A New Positive Mindset & Calm Down
Not Breaking Your New Healthy Habits
Continuous Small Business Support
Start Planning For A Greater Tomorrow
Take a moment to understand what this virus is and what you can do.
TIMING IS EVERYTHING
When to Seek Medical Attention? If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately. Emergency warning signs include*:
Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
New confusion or inability to arouse
Bluish lips or face
This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.
Understand the basics about this virus before anything else.
Wash those invisible dirty hands.
The right way to wash your hands is here. Not the way we did it as kids.
Know what the real systems look like, not what you believe you have.
Are you making the pandemic worse with your behavior? Here are some viewpoints to consider.
We've provided a list of a few key areas to review as the world goes through a legendary pandemic.
Your Personal Mindset
A positive mindset is essential because your concept of what you've considered normal has changed. However, it's a change and not a final outcome.
Don't watch to much news. Get the updates you need and work on improving your personal environment.
Don't panic because there are millions of people and professionals working to return their lives and the community back to normal. Meaning you're not alone.
Don't feed too much into theories of why or how this pandemic happened. This creates debates, arguments, hate crimes, rash decisions, or even deadly decisions. Most of which could've been avoided by keeping calm and preparing for better tomorrow.
We don’t know how long this will last. However, stores are open. Let’s repeat. Stores are still open. So, you should at least have enough supplies to last 2 weeks. Then when you return to the store you can pick up small things and not overreact.
Don’t be a hoarder. Hoarders are the worst because they take more than what they need and leave others without. This type of panic can hurt the stores providing you your supplies, cause others to do the same thing or make them resort to dangerous methods to get supplies. When this happens, how can the stores get you more of what you need if one person gets it or it’s too dangerous to supply you with anything?
What's in production?
Hearing from professionals and people like you on what's working and what roadblocks need to be broke down. Stay tuned.
There are so many ways that you can contribute to the campaign. Spreading the word is the most important and easiest way, but here are some other ways below.
WHAT DO YOU THINK THAT WE SHOULD KNOW
What is it you would like to see on this site that would help you during this time. Let us know.
SUBMIT YOUR MESSAGE WITHIN A VIDEO
Submit a inspiring or informational video you shot for consideration in being posted across our media and partner sites.
DON'T JUST SIT THERE. REQUEST TO VOLUNTEER
Get involved with the campaign and let's see how you can contribute. Please complete our online review form.
SHARE ANY NEEDED RESOURCES YOU KNOW OF
There are so many people and organizations fighting to help others and their community. Tell us about them.
IF YOU'RE A SMALL BUSINESS OWNER AND YOU'RE AVAILABLE TO SERVICE CUSTOMERS, LET US KNOW.
If you have a business, let us know. We will be reviewing submissions and selecting various businesses to be featured throughout our media outlets.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A SPONSOR, LET US KNOW.
It's because of the support from individuals and companies that we're able to run our campaign, its development and community engagement.
Thank you supporting sponsors and partners.