928-635-4426 Extension: 3609
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — It's still early in the planning, but the homeless population of the Grand Canyon area will soon have access to new resources.
Now, more than ever, the internet is an essential part of daily life. Under shelter in place orders, work, school and communications have largely taken place online.
Park leaders and locals are doing their best to respond to a largely unprecedented event with the coronavirus pandemic. However, this isn't the first time the Park has seen a world-wide health crisis.
Since there are still shortages of N95 and other medical-grade masks, community members have turned to homemade options.
FTF is Arizona’s early childhood agency, created in 2006. Focusing on children from birth through age five, they help fund early education and health programs.
Driving through Tusayan is different than it would be during other seasons — the main street is largely empty and most people are remaining inside the security of personal vehicles.
As of March 17, the pantry was planning to remain open during their regular hours.
The current system at the pantry is designed to act more as a supplement rather than a complete replacement of regular trips to the grocery.
It was from this idea — that the big picture often gets better as the result of many small changes, that a regular community meeting was begun.