At this point, it must seem like you’re running a marathon you didn’t sign up for. The COVID-19 outbreak has been testing everyone’s endurance, and if you’ve been feeling frustrated and exhausted, you’re not alone. But, if you look around your community, you’ll find some comfort in seeing how we are all pulling together – from a distance. You’ll see people helping the most vulnerable amongst us, heroes working on the front lines, and teachers and parents finding creative ways to educate our kids.
Nonetheless, we all do still have a long list of concerns. Amongst those concerns is the real estate market, especially for my clients who need to move. That’s why I’ve made myself fully available to answer questions and to provide sound advice and help.
So, please, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. We’re all in this together, and I’m here to help. 519-818-2390 – Call or Text
The City of Windsor declared a State of Emergency on March 20, 2020. There are many resources available both locally and from our government. Here’s some links to relevant resources:
Federal assistance in the form of the Canada Emergency Response Benefit
Provincial assistance for families, businesses and individuals in the form of the Ontario Action Plan
There are many options for food delivery, preventing you from having to travel to the grocery store. Some stores that have delivery, include The Real Canadian Superstore, Walmart.ca, DeliverBae
Take out and delivery options are listed on the Windsorite website that give a detailed list of services and what they offer – Take Out Options in Windsor-Essex County
Essex County food banks are available across the region, here is a list of food banks that are available – Windsor-Essex County food banks
The United Way has a food helpline available for those that cannot afford food, they can be reached at 1-888-488-1578
Meals on Wheels is available for food delivery services ($7 per meal) for individuals 55 and over, those living with disabilities or recovering from an injury – 519-728-1435