Minority Outreach Leaders Serve Community throughout COVID-19 Times

Some of the work was done virtually, but in other cases, members of the Community Coalition for Heart Health Education donned their masks and practiced precautions to deliver resources and information to community groups working with under-served people. Supported by a grant from the Community Foundation of Southern Arizona, the committee led by Wanda F Moore, distributed  hundreds of educational  health cards with information on symptoms of heart attack and stroke packaged with individual hand sanitizers. Mrs. Moore also is member of the Sarver Heart Center board and chair of the Women's Heart Health Education Committee.

Here are some highlights (please hover over images to read captions).

Committee members meet outside to assemble kits for community groups, from left: Wanda Moore, Anita Smith-Etheridge, Marilyn Robinson, Cheryl Alli.  


Wanda Moore delivers kits to Desiree Cook, I AM U 360 Murryelle Bothwell delivers kits to Gospel Rescue Mission in Tucson    Sister Jean, director of Sister Jose Women's Shelter, displays items delivered by committee members.   Herminia Frias, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, with Wanda Moore   Cheryl Alli with Wanda Moore at Rising Star Baptist Church in Tucson