These people have risen to the demands of an extraordinary time.
“This whole project came out of some part of my Jewish identity, the idea that we need to look out for each other.”
Meet three people who have risen to the demands of an extraordinary time.
On their shopping list: kosher meals, paper towels, and chopped liver.
The particular cruelties of coronavirus have brought new responsibilities for medical clergy like Rabbi Kara Tav.
They matched families seeking childcare with medical students itching to help.
Let them eat locally-sourced snacks — free of charge.
Landau’s work might seem difficult to many, but she’s most worried about the prospect of quarantining at home.
Three medical professionals are heroes on the front lines of the war against coronavirus. Here are their stories. We’d like to hear yours too.