Have you been worried about your favorite Irvine business during the pandemic?
There are simple things you can do to make sure they survive while also bringing a smile to your neighbors.
One resident recently purchased 10 dozen small spring bouquets in support of her favorite neighborhood florist. She then surprised neighbors on her street by dropping a bouquet off on their doorsteps. How nice was that? Another resident bought boxes of blank greeting cards from his favorite stationery store, had his kids draw colorful pictures, and then dropped the cards off so that they could be included with Meals on Wheels deliveries.
There are so many small things we can do right now to make a big difference! So, the next time you venture out to pick up groceries or supplies, think about what small thing you can do to help someone else.
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