One of the things I love about our Everett community is the compassion we share with each other, along with a desire to help make a difference.
This year has been a struggle for all of us. We are all hurting and need each other more than ever. Yet, every day I see examples of people making that extra effort and going that extra distance to be kind, tolerant and lending a hand to someone who needs it. Though our economy has taken a hit and our businesses are struggling, they are also finding ways to support our community as a whole. Our nonprofit partners, public service organizations and government partners are working tirelessly, with diminished resources, to serve and support those in our community facing challenges.
The holiday season is especially hard on some members of our community, so if ever we needed some extra kindness and compassion, this is the time. It’s also so important to extend some extra kindness to ourselves. We have a list of ways you can give a hand, or find support, during these dark times. We are strong. We are resilient. And coming together as one Everett, we will get through this.
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