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Corona Virus Mutual Aid of Brevard County

Solutions Property Management is very proud to help advocate for Corona Virus Mutual Aid of Brevard County. This organization has pulled together 100's of volunteers spear headed by a wonderful woman Stacey Patel,  for such an amazing cause. We are taking donations and sponsored our office to assist in receiving donated items for a family that has lost everything due to a house fire.. If anyone would like to donate any items on this list or more please let us know or drop it off at 2235 N Courtenay Pkwy,  Merritt Island FL 32953. 3216847793 for more information. Take the time to read about this amazing woman and how far she has reached by a small gesture of kindness. BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — A Brevard County woman is stepping up and taking to social media to help meet her community’s needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though Stacey Patel is tired, she keeps on going. Patel started the Coronavirus Mutual Aid Network of Brevard County Facebook group because she couldn't just sit back while the pandemic was forcing businesses to shut down and people to lose their jobs. “Sometimes when you experience hardship it give you the ability to see other people suffering,” Patel explained. “We've helped folks with long-term residences, shelters, short-term shelters, groceries. Anything you can think of is needed in wake of this crisis.” The Facebook page already has more than 10,000 members, and it's a one-stop shop for people who need help or for those who are in a position to help out. “If someone says they don't have food or transportation — some people can get to a pantry but some can't — so we deliver groceries to people who don't have transportation or are sick and can't get out of their home,” Patel said. “We work with homeless families with small children.” If someone needs help no matter what it is, members of the group will do their best to step in and help because, as Patel said, they are all facing this pandemic together. She said she will keep the page up as long as the pandemic lasts. “We've just reached out to the community, and they've been every generous,” Patel said. It's that generosity that keeps her going -- and makes her today's Everyday Hero.​