There’s the Oak Park police officer sewing face masks, the Madison Heights social worker who started a food pantry and the Berkley technology guru giving away homemade computers to kids.
Then there’s the substitute teacher offering free online tutoring to any student who needs the help and the former postal worker who devised a grocery-delivery service for people under quarantine.
These are your neighbors, metro Detroit, the helpers that Mr. Rogers told us to look for at times like this. And they all say that they are receiving far more from the folks they help than people do from them.
“Personally, my world has grown so much, even though I cannot get within six feet of people,” said Amanda Stein of Madison Heights.
Getting food to the hungry
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