Current Community Information

Local charities and businesses continue to serve our community during the COVID-19 emergency. Schools, food banks and other organizations are distributing meals to children and families. Meanwhile, local restaurants will pack your favorites for takeout or delivery.

Looking for information on health? Or how your small businesses can receive assistance? You’ll find it here.



Atlanta Public Schools is delivering food to children 18 years or younger, or 22 years or younger if special needs. Look for yellow school bus drop-offs by cluster

Atlanta Community Foodbank has a convenient map that helps you find a nearby agency that will provide you and your family with food

Meals on Wheels delivers a nutritious meal, a friendly visit and a safety check to our senior citizens. will point you to the nearest program.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation has assembled resources on multiple topics surrounding COVID-19 including food, housing and utilities, mental health, domestic violence, children and education

Food4Life Atlanta Survival Program delivers food to people who are sick or self-isolating because of age and/or medical conditions, who can’t afford groceries or delivery services or live in a food desert



The OpenTable app lets you know which of our restaurants are open to pick up a meal or have one delivered

Eater Atlanta also has a great list of where to pick up lunch or dinner:

Tower Beer, Wine and Spirits will bring libations right to your door. You can call ahead or order online at



If your small businesses is struggling and in need of loan assistance, start at the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce



What to do if you are sick? Learn more at Georgia Public Department of Health

Find comprehensive, up-to-date information on the coronavirus and COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control