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Nominate a local hero who has gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic

U.S. Army Spc. Kinnis White, a soldier assigned to the Ohio National Guard's HHC 1-148th Infantry Regiment – 37th Infantry Brigade Combat Team – inspects food boxes before public distribution at First United Methodist Church in Bowling Green, Ohio, on May 1, 2020.
Senior Airman Kregg York | U.S. Air National Guard

Everyone across the globe is struggling with the personal and economic fallout caused by Covid-19. From businesses owners and employees to frontline essential workers and stay-at-home parents, millions are dealing with an immeasurable level of suffering and massive disruption to their daily life. 

For some business owners and companies, the pandemic has completely shut down their operations; others have been forced to pivot in order to survive. Throughout the past few months, CNBC has featured many of their amazing stories, including restaurateurs feeding hospital workers and laid-off personnel who are rethinking their careers. 

And now we want to hear more. 

Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond to uplift their family, neighbors or community during the pandemic? We're celebrating HomeGROWn Heroes and want to hear their story!

The nomination window for HomeGROWn Heroes has now closed. Please tune in to the CNBC + Acorns town hall TV special – "Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow Your Future." on July 16, 2020, at 7 p.m. ET.

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