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Summer isn’t canceled!
Are you looking for something to do this summer? Since many camps, events, and gatherings have been canceled, we compiled a list of remote, social distance-friendly, or DIY volunteer projects. These opportunities are safe, helpful, and fun for all ages!
Social Distance at the Food Bank
For those who are healthy and able, you can join the Activate Good team in-person to help sort and package food donations. Sign up for the Raleigh Food Bank HERE. Volunteers must observe social-distance and cleanliness precautions.
Get outside (with social distance), and help in the garden!
If you’re craving some fresh air, and like to get your hands dirty, help Alliance Community garden tend to their community gardens with safe social distance.
Remote opportunities for professionals
You Call This Yoga is looking for a website manager
Community Partnerships needs a web developer
Little World Charity needs its website updated
Kids (and Adults!)! Do it yourself service at home
These projects are fun for all ages, and you can do them safely from home.
- Pie tin butterfly feeders attract butterflies that help the environment
- Write letters to Homebound Seniors
- Sew Masks for our community heroes
- Encourage critically ill patients with Courage cards for kids, teens, and in Spanish
- Make DIY Tee-shirt Toys for Dogs in shelters
- Create Pet Portraits to help rescue animals get adopted
YOU can find ways to serve this summer, regardless of your abilities or age! Try some of these projects, and let us know what you think. Submit feedback or new social distance service ideas to email@example.com.