Host A Virtual Event
In this new era of social distancing and staying at home, we all still want and need to find a way to stay connected to one another. We are working at home via video chat and students from grade school through college are learning online. If you didn’t know what Zoom was before, you probably do now.
However, we can gather together virtually for more than just our day to day work. Some couples wishing to keep their friends and family safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and not wanting to postpone their weddings, are getting married with their guests viewing the ceremony online. Music stars from Chris Martin to Luke Combs have live-streamed concerts on social media for their self- isolating fans at home.
What if you have an event or fundraiser coming up? April is a huge awareness month with causes like autism and Parkinson’s Disease. If you are organizing a forum or fundraiser in the next couple of months and don’t want to cancel, you may want to consider hosting a virtual event. You can still do much of what you planned to do at an in-person event, including presentations and entertainment.
A nice idea at this trying time would be to organize a virtual support rally for our first responders and medical teams working during this pandemic. Everyone can wear first responder pins and medical pins to show unity with our heroes on the front lines. We may be physically separated, but we are all in this together.