WNBA Statement | Letter to Atlanta Dream Fans

If you believe that you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, please contact the Georgia COVID-19 Hotline at 844-442-2681.

Georgia Department of Public Health COVID-19 Info | CDC Info

 


From Dream Partners 

IBERIA BankAvoiding COVID-19 Scam & More

Georgia’s Own Credit UnionCOVID-19 Resources

Coca-ColaHelp Coke support partners including American Red Cross, Boys & Girls Club, USO

State Farm – The Insurance company will be returning $2 billion in dividends to Mutual auto policyholders with policies in force from March 20 to May 31. More info here



Atlanta Dream QuaranDream Cookbook 


NBA MATH HOOPS

As a result of our current public health crisis, many students across the country will lose out on a significant number of hours in the classroom. Learn Fresh has reserved a limited number of NBA Math Hoops board games to donate directly to families, who may find that they have few adequate resources to keep their children engaged during this time. If a NBA Math Hoops board game would be immediately valuable for your 4th-8th grader to continue their STEM and math education, please complete THIS FORM.


One Team – WNBA Together
The WNBA, its players and teams have been working together over the past few weeks to make a greater impact and help those affected by COVID-19, with a particular focus on supporting frontline health care workers by providing personal protective equipment (PPE) and essential medical items.  Although we are a league comprised of many teams and players who compete vigorously on the court, we are all in this together as one team.

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NBAStore.com, WNBAStore.com to sell cloth face coverings to benefit communities affected by COVID-19

The NBA, WNBA and Fanatics, which operates e-commerce for both leagues, today announced that all league proceeds from the sales of new cloth face coverings featuring NBA and WNBA team and league logos will benefit Feeding America in the U.S. and Second Harvest in Canada. The product launch follows the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendation that cloth face coverings be worn in public settings to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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