Community Support Initiatives

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Black Lives Matter Support Initiatives

Designed to uplift the voices of community members in need & connect them with neighbors who can offer help, Chapel Hill Community Post has always existed with the intention of supporting any potential community-wide crisis, COVID-19 and beyond.

Over the next few days, we’re building the site out to include ways to support Black Lives Matter & more specifically, ways to support the needs of Black individuals in our community. We’re hoping to use it to really focus on amplifying Black voices in the greater Chapel Hill/Carrboro area, especially needs on an individual scale that might be going unnoticed by larger networks & media platforms. 

If you have/know of any messages or needs from Black individuals/businesses/organizations/etc. that the greater community should see/hear about, we would love to do anything we can to help out. You can submit a post below or email us directly at 

COVID-19 Support Initiatives

Submit a Post

To submit a post, please fill out the form below or call our submission line at 919-213-6051. Make sure to include your need/offer & the contact information you’d like publicly available on the site. We check submissions & update the website at least once daily.

About this site

As Chapel Hill residents, we recently noticed many neighbors offering or seeking assistance regarding COVID-19 precautions on Nextdoor. We love seeing our neighbors come together to support each other & wanted to create a space for that information to be easily accessible for all community members.

If you are offering support or in need of assistance, we would love to add your message and contact information to our Needs or Offers pages. We’ll be checking submissions & updating the site (at least) daily.

We’re simply community members trying to help connect neighbors to each other, so please refer to the Orange County Health Department website for any information regarding the coronavirus pandemic & its effects in our area. Additional links directing you to the specific coronavirus pages of local government, school districts, and healthcare providers can be found on our “Local Resources” page.

You can download images to share the site here. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to send an email to

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