This crisis is a huge opportunity for you to share God’s love with people in need. Look below to discover how you can volunteer, donate, give, or pray during this time.
- You need to be from 18-64 years of age with no compromising health conditions.
- You will need to be at the church 30 minutes before Mass and for 20 minutes following Mass.
- Some may greet folks at the entrance to the parking lot; some may guide folks to the designated chairs in the Grand Hall; some may assist folks with Communion lines; some may help folks back to their cars at the end of Mass.
- You will help to disinfect the church and pews, in accordance with CDC recommendations, following each Mass and prepare it for the next Mass.
- Training will occur sometime during the week of June 7-13. Please be flexible that week for training.
This link above sends you to a local Facebook page for stitchers and sewers that want to help create masks and assist with the current shortage. Here, you’ll find patterns and be able to ask questions about how to correctly execute it.
The American Red Cross now faces a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Healthy individuals are needed now to donate to help patients counting on lifesaving blood.
South County Outreach volunteers help with all aspects of the organization including interacting with clients, sorting food and stocking shelves in the food pantry, driving trucks and picking up donations.
Second Harvest has a number of volunteer opportunities for individuals right now.
Other Ways You Can Help During The Coronavirus Outbreak
Several nonprofit organizations could use your time and money to make sure vulnerable populations are cared for during the pandemic. Read this article from the Washington Post on ways you can help today.
Join our online Prayer Ministry today!
Stock Up, Then Stop!
It’s tempting to respond to footage of panicked shoppers sweeping shelves of toilet paper into their carts by mentally tabulating how many pallets you might be able to stuff into your own closets. But panic buying just contributes to shortages – and more panic. If you already have 30 days worth of prescriptions, food, and household supplies at home, please stop shopping.
Make encouraging phone calls to your family members and friends affected by the virus. These calls are an opportunity to pray with your loved ones, provide spiritual support, and see if there is any other way you can support them.