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VOLUNTEERING IN PERSON
*Please note and adhere to each organization’s health and safety protocols if you choose to participate.*
Last updated: April 3, 2020
Meals on Wheels Durham: Drivers needed to take meals to homebound seniors. Pick your shift here.
Meals on Wheels of Wake County, NC: Meals on Wheels Wake County is transitioning to once per week meal deliveries. Starting Tuesday, March 31, they will be attempting to deliver 5 frozen meals for the week to ALL of their 1400 clients. LOTS of volunteer drivers are needed that day! Can you help? Complete this volunteer form to get instructions.
The Center for Volunteer Caregiving still needs volunteers who are willing to do grocery shopping and medication pick-up and delivery for homebound seniors. To help, complete the volunteer form here.
Urban Ministries of Wake County can still take healthy volunteers to assist in their food pantry or providing meals for their Helen Wright Center. Learn more here.
Food distribution volunteers for Wake County Public School System / Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina / Inter-Faith Food Shuttle – Sign up here.
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) is calling for health care volunteers to assist with the COVID-19 response. They are seeking volunteers in the following areas: Clinical (physicians, advanced care providers, nurses, EMS), Clinical Support (pharmacy, imaging and respiratory care), Non-clinical support (facility maintenance, safety, and administrative). You can register to volunteer here.
Remote Volunteer Opportunity Highlights
Additional Remote Volunteer Projects:
Nation-wide remote volunteer projects: Click here for a list from the Points of Light Global Network