Austin Couple Creates Errand Service & Resource Group to Help Those Most Impacted by COVID
Hello, my name is Jason Rubio and I am writing to inform you about a new service created to reduce the impact of COVID in the Latinx community!
COVID 19 has had a major impact on the Latino population in the US. In Austin, Texas, Latinos make up 30% of the population, but 60% of the hospitalizations. This is similar all over the US. Local small business owners and community activists Jason Rubio and Diana Anzaldua are trying to change this.
The husband and wife team created the first Spanish language errand service group and resource page to minimize the impact of COVID on the most vulnerable population in the US, Latinos. This group was started to help the local Austin community. The story was featured on KUT/NPR, Yahoo news, Univsion Austin, Telemundo Austin, Telemundo Houston, CBS, and more.
In just one week of launch, people from all over Texas and the US have inquired about creating Ayuda groups in their cities. We're working hard to keep up and now have groups in major Texas cities, Florida, Virginia, and even Bolivia and Columbia!
Unlike other apps that do not offer Spanish language services and charge up to 25% of the fees, the drivers will make 100% of the money during this pandemic. We hope to help those who lost their job due to COVID earn money. We also hope to provide resources and help people stay home, and social distance, too. All deliveries will be contactless.
We hope you can feature this on a story to help the people in your area and really save millions of lives all over the US!
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. The website is: https://AyudaTX.com