Coronavirus Volunteer Opportunities with the United Way Volunteer Center
United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley is working closely with other community partners to share their most immediate needs while dealing with the coronavirus. We are working to connect volunteers to safe opportunities in their communities.
- Send a Thank You Card with United Way
- American Red Cross
- Meals on Wheels Delivery
- Food Distribution for Children
- Making Face Masks
- What to Keep in Mind When Volunteering
Show your appreciation for the teachers, healthcare workers, or Publix employees in our community who are essential to the well-being and success of the Chattahoochee Valley! Click here to get started!
MercyMed has an ongoing need for volunteers particularly with medical experience. Contact Billy Holbrook at email@example.com for more information.
American Red Cross:
To donate blood, visit the www.redcrossblood.org and type in your zip code in the “Find a Blood Drive” box. This will provide the most updated drive information in our community.
Meals on Wheels Delivery:
Direct Services is in need of volunteers for the Meals on Wheels delivery program. Volunteers are required by the state to complete a background check. Click here for volunteer details. If you have questions on how you can volunteer, please contact Babbs Douglas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Muscogee County School District- Food Distribution for Area Children:
In need of volunteers to help pack distribute meals at school. To volunteer, contact Susan Schlader, Director of Nutrition for MCSD at Schlader.Susan.C@muscogee.k12.ga.us
Making Face Masks:
If you are interested in sewing masks for essential workers in our community visit the group page below. They are also in need of material donations. Contact information can be found in the link here.
WHAT TO KEEP IN MIND …
We appreciate our community’s commitment to helping during the Coronavirus outbreak, but please keep in mind:
Honor the public health recommendations. If you’re delivering supplies or food to a family or organization, follow the suggestion of social distancing – ring the doorbell and move away from the door, text them beforehand, etc.
Look for opportunities that are limited in size. Organizations know how important of a role they play in minimizing the spread of the disease. If you are committed to volunteering with others, look for a group size of 10 or less.
Stay home when you are sick. Of course, you should be doing all of the things to stay safe – hand washing, limiting exposure, etc. If you are not feeling well, please stay home! Staying home when not feeling well, allows those volunteering to stay safe from exposure of the virus.