How local groups help Latinos survive the fallout of COVID-19

October 24, 2020

This community story, which was reported by the Rochester Post Bulletin, brings light on how local services and community organizations are coming together to help the immigrant Latino community during COVID-19. One example of community organizations such as the Meadow Park Initiative ran a popup food pantry at Friendship Park. The Meadow Park Initiative is joined forces with Family Service Rochester, United Way of Olmsted County and the Intercultural Mutual Assistance Association to help families meet basic needs.

Another way the community is stepping up is through Mayo Clinic’s Employee Resource Group called SOMOS Latino community where they are helping raise funds to support Latino immigrants in Rochester and the surrounding region.

To learn more ways the community is coming together and stepping up to help support the Latino community during this hard time, please read the full story.