Offering Support to Parents Affected by COVID-19

by | Apr 28, 2020 | Alum Highlights

Recent grad Anna Beloborodova ’17 founded a nonprofit that provides virtual childcare services to families affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Hearts Over Hands engages currently-enrolled college students who volunteer their time to give children ages 6-16 video learning sessions, providing homework help, tutoring, and mentorship. The program takes a cue from Hunter’s “Big Sib” program, as that is the name given to her group of volunteers.

The services provided by Hearts Over Hands are free of charge and are intended to alleviate some of the childcare concerns felt by frontline responders, parents dealing with illness, and single parents. To learn more about Beloborodova’s organization, click here.

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