Ten at the Top is working to compile and maintain a repository of links to information that businesses, organizations and individuals may need about the latest cancellations, community resources and health information related to COVID-19.
Executive Director Dean Hybl said the task fits into the organization’s role as a regional connector to help everyone stay connected at a time when the new coronavirus is requiring people to separate.
“With schools, organizations, businesses and many others canceling events and altering schedules due to the COVID-19 virus, having access to reliable and timely information as well as details about available resources is critical,” the organization said in a news release.
“Though our current health crisis calls for social distancing to keep the virus from spreading, it does not mean that it is a time to stay within our geographic and stakeholder silos. To the opposite, this is a time for coming together to help lift each other up and ensure that everyone across the Upstate (and, of course, our entire nation and globe) is able to withstand this crisis by having the information and resources they need.”
The page lists national, state, and regional resources, with tabs for each of the 10 counties of the Upstate.
“We really are stronger together and are very fortunate here in the Upstate that we have many nonprofits, local governments, businesses, and institutions working to ensure that resources are available to help everyone get through this public health crisis,” the news release said.