As the world, our nation and our organization continue to respond to the rapidly-spreading threat of COVID-19, we continue to face new challenges — those of which we’ve never had to face before.
During this time, Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, to the fullest extent safely possible, will commit to updating you with our organizational priorities in accordance with common-sense policies that will move our mission forward during this time.
National President Danielle Brown’s Statement and Organizational Update:
Clarification Regarding Foundation Contributions (April 7, 2020)
Clarification Regarding Virtual Meetings (March 26, 2020)
National Advisory Council Updates (March 23, 2020)
Headquarters and Operational Update (March 17, 2020)
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC) UPDATES AND HEALTH RESOURCES
How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
What to Do if You Are Sick
2020 Mental Health Resource List
Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom
Schools may be closed but Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom is open for your daily dose of creativity. To watch live, tune in to @LincolnCenterNYC on Facebook every weekday at 2:00 pm ET. After the livestream, lessons stay available for you to watch anytime. Explore a new art form every weekday.
Short performances for family audiences from artists’ homes. Available on Lincoln Center’s website and YouTube channel.
Archival and Livestream Performances
Enjoy videos on demand from Lincoln Center campus and beyond, including performances by Jazz at Lincoln Center, the New York Philharmonic, and the Metropolitan Opera. Travel the world from home through this rich array of music, dance, theater, opera, and more.
10 Things to Try if Coronavirus Anxiety is Ruining Your Sleep
The COVID-19 Pandemic: Tips for Athletes, Coaches, Parents, and the Sport Community
Juggling Roles When You’re an Employee, Parent, and Teacher All at Once
From our Partners at the American Red Cross: Coronavirus Safety Tips for Everyone
How the Coronavirus Pandemic Affects Women
When it comes to finances, it is women who will take the biggest hit from the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report by PayScale. With many schools closed, women are the ones who tend to take time away from work to care for their children, as well as elderly parents or family members who are at risk or confined.
Mental Health And COVID-19 – Information And Resources
As the number of cases of COVID-19 increase, so does the associated anxiety. For the general public, the mental health effects of COVID-19 are as important to address as are the physical health effects. And for the one in five who already have mental health conditions – or the one in two who are at risk of developing them – we need to take personal, professional, and policy measures now to address them.