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Published on March 16th, 2020 | by TLV News

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Move On Up Mississippi Responds to COVID-19

Move On Up, Mississippi wants no Lafayette County child to go hungry. We want no Lafayette County family to go without food. If you have lost your job because of this public health crisis, been quarantined under a doctor’s order, or been doctor diagnosed with COVID-19, we want to help with access to food. Please visit moveonupms.org/COVIDhelp for information on how to apply for help from us.

“In this time of uncertainty and fear, we want to help,” says founder, John Currence. “We were established to help children in need. We have the financial ability to do so, and our board immediately rushed to make sure we were part of a response. I’m glad we are in a position to help, if need be.”

If you have lost your job because of this public health crisis, been quarantined under a doctor’s order, or been doctor diagnosed with COVID19, please email COVIDhelp@moveonupms.org describing your personal and family situation. Although email is the preferred method of communication, if email is not an option, please call our office (662)234-9300. Each email will be addressed on an individual basis.

Applicants will be asked to share proof of job insecurity or physician’s recommendation. If you are an individual or part of an organization that would like to assist either financially or with your time and energy, please email COIVDhelp@moveonupms.org with the subject line HERE TO HELP.

Move On Up, MS is a 501(c)3 founded by John Currence in 2015 that inspires and funds educational initiatives to realize a healthier future for Mississippi children.

To donate or learn more about Move On Up, Mississippi, please visit
www.moveonupms.org.

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