During this time of crisis, all the more we need a support system to help us feel secure and encouraged. At the Activated Massachusetts African Community, we have launched a COVID-19 helpline with the goal of helping people cope with and manage their stress and anxiety. We also aim to educate everyone about this global pandemic to make them feel empowered to overcome the challenges that come along with this public health crisis.
The event is taking place on Friday, August 21st at 253 Roxbury Street, Boston MA 02119.
This event will include the distribution of free PPE (masks and hand sanitizers) and $50 gift cards for each household.
Testing is free, no ID required and all immigration statuses are welcomed.
This is for the African immigrant community, so please come, bring your family and others!
Activated Massachusetts African Community (AMAC) partnered with Whittier Street Health Center (WSHC) to provide free COVID-19 testing for the African Community on the 21st of August.
We tested over 100 individuals, distributed PPE’s and gave out gift cards. Thanks to all the staffs, supporters and volunteers.
We would like to thank Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center (RIAC) for help with the venue.
Thanks to The Boston Foundation and Mass Redistribution Fund (MRF) for funding this Initiative.
During these times, we are all struggling to support our families. Activated Massachusetts African Community and Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition are partnering to provide relief to African immigrant families living in Boston neighborhoods.
GIFT CARDS | MASKS | HAND SANITIZERS | FOOD BASKETS
Call AMAC at 857-302-2687 for more information.