On a normal day, this Pinellas County organization helps distribute diapers and other baby items to those who need it most, but in the last two weeks, the need has skyrocketed.
There are several ways to help small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, but Brian Zucker took it one step further. “This is a complete grassroots movement,” he said.
If you’re a Hillsborough County resident in need of a self isolation sidekick, the Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center is simplifying the adoption process and going digital in order to social distance.
Parents, if you're searching for a new way to keep your kids -- or maybe yourself -- occupied, how about writing a letter to some pretty cool pen pals?
Most taxpayers will automatically get their stimulus cash, as will those on Social Security. Here are some specifics on how that will work, based on the most common questions we are getting.
For years KidsPACK bought 90 percent of its food for needy and homeless children from suppliers, but because people are stripping the shelves clean, there is little or no food left to sell to the organization.
Beginning Tuesday, March 31, the number of drive-thru sites at schools will expand to 25, which is up from seven this week.
Officials across the state of Florida are taking steps to prevent or at least slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. We'll keep this list updated with the latest closures, cancellations and other information for Florida and the Tampa Bay area.
Current Initiatives, the City of Tampa, Locale Church and Big Wash teamed up to pay for 20 families to do their laundry at Big Wash laundromat
Hillsborough leaders want you to stay home as much as possible. A countywide ‘safer-at-home’ directive and curfew order are set to be voted on Thursday.
Feeding Tampa Bay, one of Tampa Bay’s largest hunger relief organizations is providing free grab-and-go meals for children and their parents.
With many businesses forced to shut down to prevent the spread of coronavirus, millions are out of work, looking for a way to pay the bills. Despite that, some jobs are more in demand than ever.
Finding childcare is difficult in the best of circumstances and as the novel coronavirus pandemic upends many aspects of American life, the families of medical workers and first responders may suffer even more.
Almost everyone is experiencing anxiety while the novel coronavirus pandemic throws the world into uncertainty.
With in-class learning canceled until at least mid-April, schools around the Bay Area are preparing thousands of school meals to ensure no child goes hungry during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two deaths in Florida have been blamed on the COVID-19 coronavirus, so state leaders are asking the public to take a wide range of precautions and they are providing resources to answer questions and ease concerns.
Labor law attorneys said employees who have been laid-off or furloughed should file for unemployment benefits immediately.
Floridians can now text FLKIDSMEALS to 211-211, call 2-1-1 or go online to find their closest participating Summer BreakSpot location, which provides free meals to children under 18 when school is out.
Classrooms in Sarasota County will soon become virtual.
One blood donation can save three lives, but blood donations are down nationwide due to the coronavirus pandemic.