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Rep. Donatucci announces offices closed to the public to prevent spread of COVID-19

185th District Newsletter with COVID-19 and other updates

(Jul 31, 2020)

As we approach the 90-day count-down to the 2020 General Election, I want to give you an update on how I will be able to communicate with all of you. Read more


185th District Newsletter: community bulletin board; state, county and district updates

(Jul 25, 2020)

Our wonderful community has stepped up in the face of the on-going coronavirus pandemic, and I would like to share information on how you can help your community during COVID-19. Read more


185th District Newsletter

(Jul 17, 2020)

Masks are required in all public spaces in Pennsylvania. If you don't want to wear a mask for yourself, wear it for your family, your friends, and your neighbors. Read more


District resources, Census 2020, eviction moratorium, PPP, and more

(Jul 10, 2020)

We are all working together to continue to adjust to the new normal, and while we do that, we have reached an amazing milestone – Pennsylvania is above the national average in Census completion rate, but we can do better! Read more


PUA, PennDOT, rent and mortgage assistance, small business grants

(Jul 02, 2020)

I’m here to tell you about an amazing medical breakthrough. Scientists have found a way to reduce COVID-19 infections by an unbelievable 70 percent. Read more


Police reform, rent and mortgage assistance, small business grants, and more

(Jun 29, 2020)

#MaskUpPA - protect yourself, protect others. Review these state programs and updates. Read more


Small Business Assistance grants available

(Jun 25, 2020)

Applications are expected to be available June 30 for a new program aimed at providing critical funding to local businesses hurt by the coronavirus. Read more


COVID-19 update: outdoor dining, PUA payment & small business grants

(Jun 15, 2020)

Two new statewide grants have been created to help small or historically disadvantaged businesses. Read more


Donatucci condemns Delco officer’s social post

(Jun 12, 2020)

PHILADELPHIA, June 12 – State Rep. Maria Donatucci, D-Phila./Delaware, said the following in response to a vitriolic social media post made by police officer Sgt. Robert “Skippy” Carroll. “Police officers are sworn to protect the public. And there are many officers who are doing very good by this sworn duty and who are appreciated by the Delco community, residents and businesses alike,” Donatucci said. “That is why I am both angered and deeply disappointed by Sgt. Carroll taking to social media to express his thoughts in such a harmful, divisive and appalling way. “The ongoing protests against police brutality and calls to reform our criminal justice system in a significant and meaningful way are necessary and justified in order to effect change. Heated statements like the one from Sgt. Carroll are not. They do harm to everyone, including his fellow officers who do not share his sentiment. “I trust that the investigation into Sgt. Carroll’s comments will be thorough and that his reprimand, including whatever course of action is deemed necessary, be swift,” she said. Read more


Primary election, drop-off locations, contact information and more

(May 31, 2020)

This year, we vote under different circumstances than before, but we must make sure our voices are heard. Read more


Email newsletter: vote by mail, Census 2020, resources

(May 15, 2020)

It is crucial to remain connected to the available life-sustaining resources, and I am committed to ensuring this information reach you as it is released and updated. Read more


How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19 Scams

(May 14, 2020)

COVID-19 scams are out there. Here's how to help prevent yourself from falling victim. Read more


Updates on PUA, Evictions & Foreclosures, Mail-in Ballots

(May 08, 2020)

Please review this newsletter for most recent updates and to get connected with important resources during this health emergency. Read more


COVID-19 FAQ event on unemployment compensation

(May 06, 2020)

During the developing COVID-19 public health emergency, I will be hosting a virtual FAQ event this Friday on unemployment compensation and related questions. Read more


COVID-19 Update: Free Food, Liquor Sales & Other Resources

(Apr 20, 2020)

This email is a compilation of links and most recent news that will point you in the right direction to know the appropriate resources. Read more


Schools closed for the rest of the academic year, other COVID-19 updates

(Apr 10, 2020)

From schools closing for the rest of the year to SEPTA's latest schedule changes, here's a look at the COVID-19 updates from the week of April 6, 2020. Read more


Health insurance options during COVID-19

(Apr 06, 2020)

Here are coverage options for those who have lost health insurance during the COVID-19 health crisis. Read more


Employment opportunities with businesses serving residents during COVID-19 crisis

(Apr 03, 2020)

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES The companies below are hiring to help fulfill the public’s life-sustaining needs during the COVID-19 health crisis. Follow the links for more information. Acme Markets - Hiring for various jobs, details here: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1208301&d=Externa Jewish Relief Agency - JRA is hiring part-time Warehouse Associates to pack and deliver boxes of food to recipient households. Warehouse Associates are responsible for duties including: • Packing boxes of food and bags of toiletries • Loading cars and/or trucks • Taping boxes, pushing carts • Packing and moving pallets • Delivering to recipients • Complying with our strict safety standards Individuals are considered essential employees at this time. Shifts and schedules will vary depending on our needs. Ability to stand, move, bend, lift 25 pounds and be on your feet for the duration of a shift. To apply send your resume to Jobs@jewishrelief.org 7 Eleven – hiring store personnel https://careers-7-eleven.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=-435773306&mobile=false&width=1170&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240 Acme Markets – hiring store personnel https://www.albertsonscompanies.com/careers/acme-careers.html Aldi – hiring store personnel Read more


Stay-at-home order extended, other COVID-19 updates

(Apr 03, 2020)

From the stay-at-home order being extended to schools now closed indefinitely, here are the COVID-19 updates you need to know from the week of March 30, 2020. Read more


Working for you during the COVID-19 crisis

(Mar 31, 2020)

Here's how I'm fighting to help you and your family overcome this public health crisis. Read more