The last couple of weeks have been tough times for Seattle as the coronavirus spreads. It’s been a reminder of how essential it is that we support each other.
We are strongest when we come together as a community. At Rain City Rock Camp, we see this strength every day as volunteers, donors, participants and staff come together to create inspirational moments of learning and empowerment. This year’s theme—One HeartBeat!—reminds us of the power of community to amplify passion and action. Our hearts each beat strong, but they beat strongest together!
We asked our ATV youth leaders what One HeartBeat means to them and they told us “a safe space for all,” “a community of love and support always,” and “we’re all here to support each other.”
We couldn’t agree more. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of resources for musicians who are being affected by the coronavirus outbreak. If you know of more, drop us an email at [email protected], and we’ll add them to the list!
No one knows what the next several weeks hold for Seattle. What we do know is that the RCRC family will do what it does best—come together. Over the next several weeks, we’ll be exploring ways that we can strengthen our bonds as a community as we navigate the challenge of the coronavirus. We’d love to hear your stories of how your people have lifted you up in hard times or how you plan to be there for your community in the coming days. #OneHeartBeat!
Still have questions? Learn more on our coronavirus response FAQs page.
Development and communications manager