Many families in our communities were faced with the fear of not knowing what Covid-19 would bring for our country, local area, and our children. We carefully thought about how we could lessen their fears by focusing on three pillars: mental, physical, and financial health. We worked closely to provide sustainable items, such as: reusable masks and reusable grocery bags. Coloring books, crayons and puzzles were included for children. Thanks to the Cares Act funds we were able to purchase at cost, from local business, Hair Queen in Baton Rouge, LA, and were able to supply 1,000 families (12 EBRPHA communities) during the pandemic.