Our world has been impacted in so many ways by the corona virus. One of the things that it has caused both in the “for profit” world and in the “nonprofit” world has been to make us find other ways to connect than “in person.”

Perhaps you never ordered something online, paid a bill online or gave to an organization online before the coronavirus. Perhaps you are active on your church council or your church didn’t have “in person” services and now you have attended an online meeting in order to connect with other volunteers or church members.

Connie Woodruff is a senior community development manager and American Cancer Society Relay For Life staff partner for events in Adams and Franklin Counties. She can be reached at connie.woodruff@cancer.org . The American Cancer Society’s website is www.cancer.org and their 1-800-227-2345 number can be reached 24/7/365.

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