Feral Cat Coalition President Sherry Derdak tells how the pandemic is causing hardship on the feral cat population in San Antonio, estimated at 200,000. She says the temporary closure of clinics where they had feral cats spayed and neutered will mean even more cats on the streets. She talked about the various programs that the Feral Cat Coalition operates and how they are in need of help and donations.
7-26-2020 BEXAR COUNTY DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER OPERATING ONLINE DURING PANDEMIC
Elena Terrill, an intake coordinator with the Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center, tells how the Center has taken the entire mediation process online, to continue to offer its free mediation services to people involved in disputes. She talks about the type of disputes the volunteer mediators handle and how mediation works.
7-19-2020 MEALS ON WHEELS AND COVID-19
Vinsen Faris, the Chief Executive Officer of Meals on Wheels San Antonio talks about how COVID-19 has changed they way they deliver meals to elderly and shut-in residents of Bexar County. He says the number of people served by the non-profit agency has increased by 30% since the pandemic began. They are in need of more volunteers to deliver meals and are inviting anyone over 18 with a car to help out now.