Just a suggestion for some voluntary wealth distribution, but when you are able to go out and about, throw in a little extra money in tips or what not for the workers and the business owners.
A couple of weeks ago, I had a plumber come by to replace a cutoff valve on one of the toilets. Young guy came out, replaced the valve, I paid him with a credit card for the job and gave him a hundred dollars cash.
My wife stopped by on of our favorite restaurants the other day for pickup and dropped a hundred bucks cash for the few employees still working there.
I stopped by our favorite calzone place the other day and picked up a calzone. They didn’t have a way to to leave a tip on the POS system they used, I didn’t have any cash on my so I had them ring up an order for 5 more calzones but not make them.
Also, as much as you can, do business with the small locally owned businesses in your area. You might have a pay a few dollars more than the big box stores and online, but the money you spend at locally owned businesses stays in your community.
Just little things to extend a hand when you can to help those around us.
If I may quote President Kennedy here:
“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”.