The comeback app by two Seattle teens helps people struggling with the pandemic.

Two Teens in Seattle created an app called Comeback to help those struggling with the pandemic. The app provides help to the homeless or experiencing a shortage of food, work, and healthcare. The teens refer to the mobile app as a changing demographic of homelessness.

Aatish Parson and Aidan Zhou are in high school, and they wanted to help those who struggled in covid and thought to become a helping hand. The Comeback is a free mobile app, and anyone can download it for help in any situation.

The app provides a location-based map that directs users to the nearest resource like food pantries, shelters, or other services such as rehab clinics, medical services, showers, and even odd jobs for fast income. Comeback works in all 50 States and ensures to help the needy during the pandemic.

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