NCNW Long Beach Section Responds to Coronavirus
“We are all in this together. One of the most important things we can do right now is come together and work as a community to support each other and take care of our neighbors,” said Marsha Chapman.
Long Beach Memorial Emergency nurses Janelle Dismute (ER Unit Secretary) and Rolando (ER Technician) received 60 Subway sandwiches, chips, and cookies from President Zina-Bourda
Foe, Marsha Chapman, and Carla Johnson at the Long Beach Memorial Emergency parking lot recently.
Long Beach National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) will be delivering food for the ER Department nurses and doctors serving on the front line for the next several weeks. If you would like to partner in supporting the community, contact NCNW President Zina-Bourda Foe at 562-423-2575.
“It is our hope that the community will remain safe and healthy during these very serious and challenging times in our country and our world.Continue to avoid large gatherings, practice common sense hygiene, risk factors, getting tested for coronavirus, travel only if absolutely necessary, caring for children, and avoid computer hackers, said Zina-Bourda Foe.
The Long Beach NCNW section has been serving the needs of the community for more than 50 years and is one of the oldest nonprofit African-American service organizations in Long Beach. NCNW has implemented and supported several community projects. It is their goal to channel the abilities of women into programs of advocacy and vital human services. NCNW is a non-profit 501c(3) service organization.
For more information, contact Marsha Chapman at (562) 989-0353 / (562) 714-6903 or email email@example.com