The Craig Fahle show on Deadline Detroit

Neighbors That Care: A New Way to Help Those That Are Helping All Of Us

April 13, 2020 Craig Fahle / Deadline Detroit Season 2 Episode 37
The Craig Fahle show on Deadline Detroit
Neighbors That Care: A New Way to Help Those That Are Helping All Of Us
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The Craig Fahle show on Deadline Detroit
Neighbors That Care: A New Way to Help Those That Are Helping All Of Us
Apr 13, 2020 Season 2 Episode 37
Craig Fahle / Deadline Detroit

Craig talks with Paul Eisenstein of TheDetroitBureau.com about his new project, Neighbors That Care.  As the nation struggles to battle the coronavirus, we are seeing devastating numbers of people falling victim to it.   This time, it’s our doctors and nurses, our police officers, firefighters and EMS crews manning the front lines, and putting themselves in harm's way to protect us.  These first responders are working nearly around the clock, facing overcrowded hospitals and shortages of medical equipment, while watching the situation grow more dire by the day. Then, in their rare moments off duty, they struggle to find time to sleep, to shop, and to cook.   They’re our friends and family and neighbors and, much like the members of America’s military, they deserve both our respect for the danger they face daily, as well as our assistance. That’s where “Neighbors That Care” comes in. 

Show Notes

Craig talks with Paul Eisenstein of TheDetroitBureau.com about his new project, Neighbors That Care.  As the nation struggles to battle the coronavirus, we are seeing devastating numbers of people falling victim to it.   This time, it’s our doctors and nurses, our police officers, firefighters and EMS crews manning the front lines, and putting themselves in harm's way to protect us.  These first responders are working nearly around the clock, facing overcrowded hospitals and shortages of medical equipment, while watching the situation grow more dire by the day. Then, in their rare moments off duty, they struggle to find time to sleep, to shop, and to cook.   They’re our friends and family and neighbors and, much like the members of America’s military, they deserve both our respect for the danger they face daily, as well as our assistance. That’s where “Neighbors That Care” comes in.