WV Apart, Not Alone: Helping at Home


The unprecedented social and economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has created incredible challenges for the Mountain State and even though West Virginians have been apart during this crisis, they haven’t been alone.

In true West Virginia fashion, people all over the Mountain State have displayed selfless acts of kindness and generosity. Businesses are finding innovative ways to continue offering goods and services, groups are organizing care and relief programs and people are doing incredible things to help their community. These acts of kindness haven’t gone unnoticed.

Join us as we share stories about West Virginians helping us all get through this trying time.

West Virginians Helping at Home

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