- A daily food feed for needy families and the homeless.
- Support initiatives for Harlem Hospital and Senior Citizens Programs.
- Tablets and computers for school children currently unable to participate in virtual classes.
- Tablets for patients isolated in hospitals to allow for communication with their family members who are unable to visit them.
- The coordination of support services for small businesses and not-for-profit services impacted by the pandemic.
- A weekly series of radio programs with information related to the pandemic provided by The Chamber and a network of health, education, business, technology, religious, cultural, and civic leaders.
The free family food program will take place each week from Tuesday through Saturday from 11AM to 3PM at SUMC on W. 129th St. & Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard. This program will continue for a two-month period through June 7th and longer if needed.