Community Connections

As COVID-19 continues to affect our residents, staff has been working to provide updated information and resources that will benefit both our community at large and those impacted by the pandemic.  We have created this Community Connections page to help those impacted by the coronavirus find resources and support and match those who are able to help with volunteer opportunities and other ways to support our community.  We will continue to update this page as new information is received.  Please use the buttons below for more information on available resources, how you can give back to the community, and how you can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. 

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Federal Stimulus Checks

If you are eligible but haven’t already received your federal stimulus check, you may need to submit a request.  Individuals can receive a payment of up to $1,200 ($2,400 for married couples filing jointly) plus an additional $500 per child in your household. 

These funds will help families with basic needs during these challenging times while also supporting the economy when these dollars are spent in our community. Click here for information on eligibility and instructions on completing the form. The deadline is October 15.

Scammers are constantly adapting and the recent COVID-19 national emergency is no exception. Scams prey on our most vulnerable community members and result in financial loss or worse, the use of potentially dangerous “treatments”.

The FCC has developed a COVID-19 scams page. that includes tips to assist consumers with protecting themselves and their loved ones. The guide includes scam audio and a sample text hoax that has been circulating.

We must work together to spread the word about these pernicious scams.

Donate Blood


The best way to help during this crisis is to give the live-saving gift of blood.

Giving blood is considered an essential community service. As part of our nation’s critical infrastructure, healthy individuals can still donate in areas that have issued shelter in place declarations.

"You can still go out and give blood. We’re worried about potential blood shortages in the future. Social distancing does not have to mean social disengagement.” - U.S. Surgeon General

Donate Here

Nathan's Story
If you’ve ever wondered about donating blood we invite you to see Nathan’s story. Nathan was born with a rare blood disorder and relies on the generosity of blood donors to stay alive. He has life-saving blood transfusions every month. Nathan and his mom April shared their story and thanked our Glendale blood donors:

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