McClinton helps distribute free PPE and other important resources to 150 families amid COVID-19

In her ongoing effort to help keep her communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, state Rep. Joanna McClinton helped distribute free personal protective equipment to 150 families today. 

"The coronavirus has certainly created roadblocks, and as a public servant, I have a responsibility to do whatever is in my power to help my neighbors overcome these obstacles by connecting them with the tools they need to make it through this health crisis safely," said McClinton, D-Phila./Delaware. 

McClinton partnered with Gateway Health, Philadelphia Gas Works and Oak Street Health to give away masks, hand sanitizer and gloves, along with voter registration applications and information about state resources outside her Philadelphia office on South 60th Street. 

"Whether it's handing out PPE or boxes of food, securing these types of life-saving supplies isn't done alone and takes a collaborative effort," said McClinton. "I am blessed to have such strong relationships with community partners who share my dedication to put the needs of residents in the 191st Legislative District first."

McClinton previously helped distribute PPE to residents at: