Today we’re announcing Community Help, a place for people to request or offer help to neighbors, such as volunteering to deliver groceries or donating to a local food pantry or fundraiser. 

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© Facebook | Making It Easier for People to Request or Offer Help in Their Communities

You can access Community Help in the COVID-19 Information Center on Facebook or by visiting’re starting to roll it out in the US, the UK, France, Australia, and Canada in the next few days, and we’re working to bring it to more countries in the coming weeks.
Facebook is supporting the global public health community’s work to keep people safe and informed during the coronavirus public health crisis. We’re also working to address the long-term impacts by supporting industries in need and making it easier for people to find and offer help in their communities. 
Here’s an overview of how we’re providing access to accurate information, supporting relief efforts and keeping people connected. We’ll continue to add to this post as we announce updates.
1. Ensuring everyone has access to accurate information and removing harmful content
2. Supporting health and economic relief efforts
3. Keeping people connected
This article was originally published by FB Newsroom.
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