In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Project Transformation is listening to the needs of our communities, closely monitoring the guidelines of federal and local governments, and working diligently with our board of directors and community partners to plan our response to this crisis. Our decision-making process is guided by the following key principles:
We believe Project Transformation is in a unique position to respond to this crisis and make a positive impact. COVID-19 has disrupted all of our lives in profound ways; it has also revealed how deeply connected we are to one another. Our modified programs still allow us to live out our core value of connectional ministry and leverage our partnerships and community assets so, collectively, we can respond with imaginative, high-quality programs and resources.
Information coming soon.
With the expected spread of COVID-19, we concluded that we would not be able to hold in-person programs this summer. We were deeply disappointed, and yet inspired to explore how we could live out our mission in new ways. We reached out to our families to ask them how we can most be supportive, and three needs emerged: feeding; feeling and play; and reading. And so, this summer looked different for us. Instead of in-person programs, Project Transformation provided 8-week virtual summer programming for children and youth in collaboration with PT National, the network of PT chapters, and our community partners. The summer program included: