Coronavirus Resources

Our organization was founded on the principle of creating a sanctuary, a safe place for students and families to learn, find joy and “break bread,” and that remains true today as we face growing public health concerns.

We know that this is a very challenging time for everyone, especially for children and families in vulnerable communities. These are fluid times that require us to come together, to be solution architects to address the challenges around food insecurity and health, as we learn in real-time what it will mean to maintain our well-being.

For our children, families, and educators who are transitioning to online and remote instruction, here are free resources available to you.


Stay up to date on the latest news regard the COVID-19 pandemic.

We'll also be using our Twitter and Instagram pages to share updates from our communities.

USDA Hunger Number

If you require food during the COVID-19 pandemic contact the UDSA National Hunger Hotline: 1-866-3-HUNGRY

Wellness Program

Common Threads is offering weekly interactive health and wellness videos such as meditation, yoga, fitness, stress management, cooking and much more for our friends and partners. Together let's get active and focus on our health and mental well being. Click here to enjoy our free video sessions today and visit our Youtube channel for more content.

Family Meals

Common Threads is encouraging you to get in the kitchen with your family and prepare healthy home-cooked meals. With grocery retailers facing inventory shortages, we have made a list of highly versatile ingredients that can serve as the base for many healthful recipes designed to feed your whole family.

Whole Chicken Chickpeas Ground Meat/Turkey Yogurt Eggs Whole Grains Produce

Hand Washing Activity

Make washing your hands a fun activity with your kids! Show them just how important proper hygiene is and how to properly wash their hands to prevent the spread of germs.

At-Home Digital Nutrition Game & Activities

For districts that have fully transitioned to online learning, we are here to support your continued use of Common Bytes & the Small Bites Program. We are encouraging teachers and parents to use and share our resources with your children during this time. Learn how to set up your free CommonBytes account. Resources include: