Members Grow Together As A Community

Staff Reports

Eastvale – Amongst the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, members of the community continue to come together to support one another and grow as a community.

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale
Volunteers from the Eastvale Chinese American Association filled decorated
envelopes with face masks for the community.

This month, volunteers from the Eastvale Chinese American Association spread love to the community by providing face masks to those in need. The masks were placed in decorated envelopes to donate and each envelope came with 10 free face masks. On May 12, Eastvale members were able to pick up one envelope per household in front of Eastvale City Hall. Members drove by and the masks were handed through their car window. Jono’s Japanese Restaurant also donated lunch to all the volunteers that were handing out face masks that day. In addition, on April 30, the Wenzhou Association, presented by the Eastvale Chinese Association, donated masks for the Eastvale community as well.

On May 11, John and Jake Boyd of 12 Gauge Industries showed their generosity by donating custom patriotic signs for Fire Station 27 and Fire Station 31 in the City of Eastvale. John is a middle school math teacher and Jake is a sophomore at Eleanor Roosevelt High School. 

Photo courtesy: City of Eastvale
John and Jake Boyd of 12 Gauge Industries donated a custom patriotic sign
to Fire Station 27 and Fire Station 31 in Eastvale.

There are also great programs and resources offered to seniors and vulnerable adults in the community. The Great Plates Delivered Program is a meal delivery service that allows restaurants to provide meals to high-risk seniors in our area. Riverside County is currently accepting interest forms from seniors and restaurants that wish to participate in the Great Plates Program. To learn more, visit:…/Great-Plates-Delivered-Program,
or call the Riverside Office of Aging at 800-510-2020.

Resources are also available for seniors in Riverside County during a heat wave. With high temperatures this month, Riverside County health officials reminded seniors of available resources to help protect them from the heat. Officials urge that seniors remain at home during high temperatures and use their air conditioners to stay cool, then reach out to the Riverside County Office of Aging for utility assistance when the bill arrives. By dialing 2-1-1 from any phone in Riverside County, seniors can be connected to several services that are available.

The City of Eastvale also reminded the community that Riverside County is offering several free food options to disabled and vulnerable adults as the stay-at-home orders continue during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Adults who have a disability or are over age 60 can contact Riverside County Office on Aging, which offers food delivery for critical emergencies, two weeks supply of pantry and essential items, home-delivered meals, and Grab-and-Go meal packages at community center locations.

Seniors or disabled adults can call 800-510-2020 or visit to determine their need for any of their service options. Details on Office on Aging’s program can be found at Riverside County has also released a map showing where senior meals, school meals and food pantries are available.

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