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Now is the perfect time to explore different ways you can volunteer from home without having to spend larges amounts of time at the physical site of the organization.

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Volunteer Reader

Audio-Reader is recruiting volunteers to read the Springfield News-Leader for people who are unable to read standard print due to vision loss, physical or learning disability, mobility challenges, or age. Readings are done from your home via telephone, using your newspaper subscription or our online subscription. Readings are once per week, two hours or less in length, and must be completed by 10 a.m. on your designated day. An audition is required.

Through11/8/20

Grant Writer for a Performing Arts Organization

Organization: Make Music St. Louis, Inc. is a growing non-profit organization based in St. Louis that brings a variety of music events and outreach projects to the greater St. Louis area. Our major annual project is Make Music Day STL festival that takes place on June 21st as part of the worldwide Make Music Day celebration. Through our work, we connect musicians, bands, and music groups with their audiences by developing ties between business and arts communities, as well cultivate support for the arts by involving local municipalities and corporate sponsors. We work closely with participating musicians, members of business communities who provide performance venue spaces for Make Music Day STL, local municipal authorities, media outlets, potential private donors and corporate sponsors, and reach out to the general public. The Volunteer Opportunity: We are looking for an experienced Grants Writer. Help is needed in researching and identifying potential sources of grant funding, developing and writing proposals, submitting proposals within their deadlines, and completing required reports to funders on the impact of their support. This is a great opportunity to play an important part in the music life of our city as you will help us overcome funding challenges during our growth process. All work may be done remotely with occasional update meetings either at the office or via Skype scheduled as needed.

Through8/31/20

Advanced WordPress Website Volunteer Lead

The Fit and Food Connection is looking for a volunteer with extensive WordPress website experience. Our current WordPress site is using a Theme specifically designed for Charity organizations. We need volunteer help managing the existing content and to also build new features. Our website is our strongest marketing presence. We are looking for a longer-term volunteer who can potentially lead a small team of volunteers. Experience: Fundamental understanding of how a WordPress website is installed and managed Basic knowledge of PHP and WordPress functions Basic knowledge of MySQL Basic knowledge of how to work in a local environment using a LAMP/WAMP stack (XAMPP, MAMP, etc.) Preferred but not required: Experience using GIT repositories, as our code is controlled on BitBucket The Fit and Food Connection is a non-profit organization serving our neighbors in the St. Louis community. We provide wellness offerings to low-income families and empower our clients to get healthy through our five free fitness and nutrition programs. The connection of food provision, lifestyle programming and coaching, and education is a dynamic solution to address general poverty's impact on health. Are you ready for this challenge? Contact us right away if you are interested in volunteering. Let’s take the first step towards a healthier, stronger future. Come use your creativity and expertise to change lives with us!

Through7/1/20

Care Caller

Make friendly phone calls to assigned seniors on a regular basis to aid in feeling lonely and isolated.

Through9/1/20

Community Investment Strategy: Open – Assign me where there is a need

United Way of Greater St. Louis is pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for community members interested in helping select local nonprofits to receive United Way funding and support. Currently, we are seeking volunteers to support Phase I: Application Review/Scoring Phase. During this phase, volunteers will be tasked with reviewing and scoring local nonprofit applications to help determine funding award and amount. Open – Assign me where there is a need Volunteers must be able to meet the minimum requirements to serve as a community investment volunteer: • Be at least 18 years of age or older • Not serving as a member of a non-profit agency’s Board of directors that may be considered for funding • Not volunteering with a non-profit agency that may be applying for funding consideration • Available to attend mandatory training in March 2020 • Ability to commit to at least 20 hours in April 2020 • Ability to access an online electronic scoring tool Apply to Volunteer: Step 1: Click the button “Send Me More Info!” and either login into your STLVolunteer account or register to create a new account. Step 2: Answer the questions that appear in the pop-up box and click submit. If you are experiencing technical issues please make sure you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Safari, Microsft Edge, Firefox, etc.) Internet Explorer is not supported. Each volunteer will review a specific performance area of the application. Review the different performance areas below and note which one you are best positioned to review based on your expertise and/or familiarity. 1) Program – Volunteers will review nonprofit programs to determine if local nonprofits are meeting community need, are utilizing good program fidelity practices, and are achieving outcomes with strong trends and benchmarks. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in project coordination, program management, or quality improvement. 2) Administration – Volunteers will review nonprofits' administrative functions including workforce policies and procedures, volunteer policies and procedures, and regulatory oversight. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in human resources or personnel management. 3) Finance – Volunteers will review nonprofit financial planning, oversight, and overall financial stability. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in accounting, auditing, or finance. 4) Governance – Volunteers will review nonprofit governance structure including board policies and strategic planning practices. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in strategic planning, organizational governance, or experience sitting on a nonprofit Board of Directors. 5) Open: Undecided/available to support any performance area

Through4/10/20

Community Investment Strategy: Strengthening Communities

United Way of Greater St. Louis is pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for community members interested in helping select local nonprofits to receive United Way funding and support. Currently, we are seeking volunteers to support Phase I: Application Review/Scoring Phase. During this phase, volunteers will be tasked with reviewing and scoring local nonprofit applications to help determine funding award and amount. Strengthening Communities focuses on nonprofits that are helping to make our community a better place to live, work and thrive for everyone. As a volunteer reviewer for this impact area, you will review nonprofit applications that focus on community building, built environment, disaster preparedness and response, safety and justice. Volunteers must be able to meet the minimum requirements to serve as a community investment volunteer: • Be at least 18 years of age or older • Not serving as a member of a non-profit agency’s Board of directors that may be considered for funding • Not volunteering with a non-profit agency that may be applying for funding consideration • Available to attend mandatory training in March 2020 • Ability to commit to at least 20 hours in April 2020 • Ability to access an online electronic scoring tool Apply to Volunteer: Step 1: Click the button “Send Me More Info!” and either login into your STLVolunteer account or register to create a new account. Step 2: Answer the questions that appear in the pop-up box and click submit. If you are experiencing technical issues please make sure you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Safari, Microsft Edge, Firefox, etc.) Internet Explorer is not supported. Each volunteer will review a specific performance area of the application. Review the different performance areas below and note which one you are best positioned to review based on your expertise and/or familiarity. 1) Program – Volunteers will review nonprofit programs to determine if local nonprofits are meeting community need, are utilizing good program fidelity practices, and are achieving outcomes with strong trends and benchmarks. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in project coordination, program management, or quality improvement. 2) Administration – Volunteers will review nonprofits' administrative functions including workforce policies and procedures, volunteer policies and procedures, and regulatory oversight. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in human resources or personnel management. 3) Finance – Volunteers will review nonprofit financial planning, oversight, and overall financial stability. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in accounting, auditing, or finance. 4) Governance – Volunteers will review nonprofit governance structure including board policies and strategic planning practices. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in strategic planning, organizational governance, or experience sitting on a nonprofit Board of Directors. 5) Open: Undecided/available to support any performance area

Through4/10/20

Community Investment Strategy: Provide Food and Shelter

United Way of Greater St. Louis is pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for community members interested in helping select local nonprofits to receive United Way funding and support. Currently, we are seeking volunteers to support Phase I: Application Review/Scoring Phase. During this phase, volunteers will be tasked with reviewing and scoring local nonprofit applications to help determine funding award and amount. Provide Food and Shelter focuses on nonprofits that support people’s most basic needs by providing immediate support and positioning the individual for independence long-term. As a volunteer reviewer for this impact area, you will review nonprofit applications that focus on crisis intervention, food security, housing security, legal assistance, and transportation. Volunteers must be able to meet the minimum requirements to serve as a community investment volunteer: • Be at least 18 years of age or older • Not serving as a member of a non-profit agency’s Board of directors that may be considered for funding • Not volunteering with a non-profit agency that may be applying for funding consideration • Available to attend mandatory training in March 2020 • Ability to commit to at least 20 hours in April 2020 • Ability to access an online electronic scoring tool Apply to Volunteer: Step 1: Click the button “Send Me More Info!” and either login into your STLVolunteer account or register to create a new account. Step 2: Answer the questions that appear in the pop-up box and click submit. If you are experiencing technical issues please make sure you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Safari, Microsft Edge, Firefox, etc.) Internet Explorer is not supported. Each volunteer will review a specific performance area of the application. Review the different performance areas below and note which one you are best positioned to review based on your expertise and/or familiarity. 1) Program – Volunteers will review nonprofit programs to determine if local nonprofits are meeting community need, are utilizing good program fidelity practices, and are achieving outcomes with strong trends and benchmarks. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in project coordination, program management, or quality improvement. 2) Administration – Volunteers will review nonprofits' administrative functions including workforce policies and procedures, volunteer policies and procedures, and regulatory oversight. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in human resources or personnel management. 3) Finance – Volunteers will review nonprofit financial planning, oversight, and overall financial stability. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in accounting, auditing, or finance. 4) Governance – Volunteers will review nonprofit governance structure including board policies and strategic planning practices. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in strategic planning, organizational governance, or experience sitting on a nonprofit Board of Directors. 5) Open: Undecided/available to support any performance area

Through4/10/20

Community Investment Strategy: Establish Financial Stability

United Way of Greater St. Louis is pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for community members interested in helping select local nonprofits to receive United Way funding and support. Currently, we are seeking volunteers to support Phase I: Application Review/Scoring Phase. During this phase, volunteers will be tasked with reviewing and scoring local nonprofit applications to help determine funding award and amount. Establish Financial Stability focuses on nonprofits that ensure families and individuals are financially stable and have the income and resources needed to thrive in all aspects of their lives. As a volunteer reviewer for this impact area, you will review nonprofit applications that focus on debt, financial education, financial safety net, income, and jobs. Volunteers must be able to meet the minimum requirements to serve as a community investment volunteer: • Be at least 18 years of age or older • Not serving as a member of a non-profit agency’s Board of directors that may be considered for funding • Not volunteering with a non-profit agency that may be applying for funding consideration • Available to attend mandatory training in March 2020 • Ability to commit to at least 20 hours in April 2020 • Ability to access an online electronic scoring tool Apply to Volunteer: Step 1: Click the button “Send Me More Info!” and either login into your STLVolunteer account or register to create a new account. Step 2: Answer the questions that appear in the pop-up box and click submit. If you are experiencing technical issues please make sure you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Safari, Microsft Edge, Firefox, etc.) Internet Explorer is not supported. Each volunteer will review a specific performance area of the application. Review the different performance areas below and note which one you are best positioned to review based on your expertise and/or familiarity. 1) Program – Volunteers will review nonprofit programs to determine if local nonprofits are meeting community need, are utilizing good program fidelity practices, and are achieving outcomes with strong trends and benchmarks. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in project coordination, program management, or quality improvement. 2) Administration – Volunteers will review nonprofits' administrative functions including workforce policies and procedures, volunteer policies and procedures, and regulatory oversight. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in human resources or personnel management. 3) Finance – Volunteers will review nonprofit financial planning, oversight, and overall financial stability. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in accounting, auditing, or finance. 4) Governance – Volunteers will review nonprofit governance structure including board policies and strategic planning practices. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in strategic planning, organizational governance, or experience sitting on a nonprofit Board of Directors. 5) Open: Undecided/available to support any performance area

Through4/10/20

Community Investment Strategy: Foster Learning

United Way of Greater St. Louis is pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for community members interested in helping select local nonprofits to receive United Way funding and support. Currently, we are seeking volunteers to support Phase I: Application Review/Scoring Phase. During this phase, volunteers will be tasked with reviewing and scoring local nonprofit applications to help determine funding award and amount. Foster Learning focuses on nonprofits that provide access to quality education, empowering children, young people and individuals to reach their full potential. As a volunteer reviewer for this impact area, you will review nonprofit applications that focus on child welfare, early childhood education, K-12 education and out-of-school time, and post-secondary education.. Volunteers must be able to meet the minimum requirements to serve as a community investment volunteer: • Be at least 18 years of age or older • Not serving as a member of a non-profit agency’s Board of directors that may be considered for funding • Not volunteering with a non-profit agency that may be applying for funding consideration • Available to attend mandatory training in March 2020 • Ability to commit to at least 20 hours in April 2020 • Ability to access an online electronic scoring tool Apply to Volunteer: Step 1: Click the button “Send Me More Info!” and either login into your STLVolunteer account or register to create a new account. Step 2: Answer the questions that appear in the pop-up box and click submit. If you are experiencing technical issues please make sure you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Safari, Microsft Edge, Firefox, etc.) Internet Explorer is not supported. Each volunteer will review a specific performance area of the application. Review the different performance areas below and note which one you are best positioned to review based on your expertise and/or familiarity. 1) Program – Volunteers will review nonprofit programs to determine if local nonprofits are meeting community need, are utilizing good program fidelity practices, and are achieving outcomes with strong trends and benchmarks. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in project coordination, program management, or quality improvement. 2) Administration – Volunteers will review nonprofits' administrative functions including workforce policies and procedures, volunteer policies and procedures, and regulatory oversight. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in human resources or personnel management. 3) Finance – Volunteers will review nonprofit financial planning, oversight, and overall financial stability. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in accounting, auditing, or finance. 4) Governance – Volunteers will review nonprofit governance structure including board policies and strategic planning practices. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in strategic planning, organizational governance, or experience sitting on a nonprofit Board of Directors. 5) Open: Undecided/available to support any performance area

Through4/10/20

Community Investment Strategy: Improve Health

United Way of Greater St. Louis is pleased to offer volunteer opportunities for community members interested in helping select local nonprofits to receive United Way funding and support. Currently, we are seeking volunteers to support Phase I: Application Review/Scoring Phase. During this phase, volunteers will be tasked with reviewing and scoring local nonprofit applications to help determine funding award and amount. Improve Health focuses on nonprofits that provide health-related services vital for children to grow and develop and for adults to experience a full and productive life. As a volunteer reviewer for this impact area, you will review nonprofit applications that focus on access to healthcare, aging and senior support, physical health, behavioral health and substance abuse, and services for individuals with disabilities. Volunteers must be able to meet the minimum requirements to serve as a community investment volunteer: • Be at least 18 years of age or older • Not serving as a member of a non-profit agency’s Board of directors that may be considered for funding • Not volunteering with a non-profit agency that may be applying for funding consideration • Available to attend mandatory training in March 2020 • Ability to commit to at least 20 hours in April 2020 • Ability to access an online electronic scoring tool Apply to Volunteer: Step 1: Click the button “Send Me More Info!” and either login into your STLVolunteer account or register to create a new account. Step 2: Answer the questions that appear in the pop-up box and click submit. If you are experiencing technical issues please make sure you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Safari, Microsft Edge, Firefox, etc.) Internet Explorer is not supported. Each volunteer will review a specific performance area of the application. Review the different performance areas below and note which one you are best positioned to review based on your expertise and/or familiarity. 1) Program – Volunteers will review nonprofit programs to determine if local nonprofits are meeting community need, are utilizing good program fidelity practices, and are achieving outcomes with strong trends and benchmarks. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in project coordination, program management, or quality improvement. 2) Administration – Volunteers will review nonprofits' administrative functions including workforce policies and procedures, volunteer policies and procedures, and regulatory oversight. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in human resources or personnel management. 3) Finance – Volunteers will review nonprofit financial planning, oversight, and overall financial stability. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in accounting, auditing, or finance. 4) Governance – Volunteers will review nonprofit governance structure including board policies and strategic planning practices. Preferred volunteers for this role should have experience in strategic planning, organizational governance, or experience sitting on a nonprofit Board of Directors. 5) Open: Undecided/available to support any performance area

Through4/10/20

COVID-19 Needed Supply Donations

We are carefully monitoring developments regarding the spread of COVID-19. Our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic is changing hourly. What is certain, however, is that children, working adults, and seniors across the region will be affected. Many of our neighbors who never thought they might need assistance will be turning to us for help. As families are preparing themselves and stocking up, please consider picking up a few extra items to donate to local families. Most Needed Items: Toilet Paper Hand Sanitizer Diapers Baby Wipes Formula Feminine Hygiene Products Hand Soap Unsweetened Applesauce Canned Corn Canned Peas Chili w/ Beans SpaghettiOs Canned Peaches Skillet Dinner Canned Tuna Canned Chicken Peanut Butter Instant Oatmeal Packets Cereal You can donate your items to the St. Louis Area Foodbank facility, 70 Corporate Woods Drive Bridgeton, MO 63044, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Through6/30/20

Volunteer Interviewer/Placement for the Red Cross

The Volunteer Interviewer/Placement volunteer gathers relevant information about prospective volunteer candidates while assessing which positions volunteers are best suited for. Provides an excellent experience for all new volunteers joining the American Red Cross. Great opportunity to get to know the American Red Cross as well as the variety of people who choose to volunteer with the Red Cross. Virtual Position - work from home - will need a phone and a computer with internet access.

Through1/18/30

Visit-A-Bit Telephone Volunteer

Volunteer Title: Telephone Volunteer Reports to: The Telephone Volunteer will report to the Visit-A-Bit Manager. Time: 1-2 hours a week Summary of Position: To provide a form of companionship via the telephone for a Senior in our Visit-A-Bit Program, that may be experiencing loneliness. Provide tips and techniques to your Senior that will assist them living alone happily, while providing an outlet for conversation, bonding, rapport building, and active listening skills. Responsibilities Call your assigned Senior a minimum of once a week. Call the Visit-A-Bit Manager with any issues, concerns or questions. Be a companion to your Senior. Refer to your training manual if you have questions. Must be respectful, gentle, kind and non-judgmental. Complete and submit a weekly call report. Qualifications: Must be at least 16 years of age. Ability to speak slowly & clearly if needed for communications with your Senior. Must have either a landline or cellphone to make weekly phone calls. No experience required Should exhibit a great deal of patience and provide a peaceful and meaningful experience for the Senior. Volunteer should genuinely want to be there and want to helpful. Ability to commit at least 9 months as a volunteer. No physical abilities or qualifications required to be a volunteer. Environment: Volunteering will take place over the phone.

Through11/20/20

Volunteer from Home during COVID-19 Pandemic

Want to do help people in great need during the pandemic? St. Patrick Center needs YOU! The CDC has advised that people stay home during this pandemic, but hundreds of our clients don’t have a place to call home. When you’re at the grocery store picking up supplies, please remember the people who St. Patrick Center serves. We can use the following items to serve as part of our lunch program: St. Patrick Center Grocery Store Wish List Lunchables or other packaged lunches Individually packaged bags of chips, pretzels, popcorn Granola bars Bottled water Pre-packaged fruit and veggies (apple slices, carrots, grapes) Loaves of bread Sliced cheese Lunchmeat Peanut butter and jelly Fold-top sandwich bags Zip-top bags or brown lunch bags We are accepting donations Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm at our donation center at the back of St. Patrick Center.

Through4/3/20

COVID-19 Company Food or Supply Drive

If your company is interested in providing food and supply donations during the COVID-19 pandemic please express interest in the opportunity. The United Way will reach out directly to you to coordinate next steps.

Through5/31/20

Fundraising Strategist and Manager

Make a difference in the local economy and support local artists and arts organizations managing the COVID 19 crisis while social distancing. The St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce supports artists and small arts businesses to build their business while also creating opportunities for the arts to address issues from conservation to violence in the region. With the shut down of most events at the beginning of the arts season, the financial impact has been devastating. Donors and supporters are willing to respond but the Arts Chamber needs your help to reach them as well. Have you worked with online and in-person fundraisers? Support the local economy now!

Through6/30/20

Virtual Volunteerism - Share Community Kindness

As we all begin to move into a time of social distancing, a singular act of kindness and care to one another can make the world of a difference. We want to encourage you to stay connected to your community now, more than ever! The Y has always been a convener of people and we encourage you to find ways to seek connection to those around you from where you are because we are all in this together. We know one of the most helpful things that we can do at this time is to stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19. We appreciate the services provided by essential personnel who are providing healthcare, ensuring we have utilities and food and cleaning our hospital and streets. By staying home, we keep all of them safer. We know our community wants to do something to care for each other and our most vulnerable. Virtual volunteering allows you to commit your time and services from the comfort and safety of your home. Here are some ways we can support our community in a time of social distancing: Help Meet Basic Community Needs - Closing the Gaps • Ask your neighbor if they need anything when you have to make a trip to the store (leave those items on doorsteps to retrieve at a safe distance) • Help plant a garden (make sure to follow the 6-foot guidelines) • Buy a gift card online to a local business for someone who needs support • Stay Socially Connected - Connecting Communities • Schedule a digital dinner date with friends or family • Read a book to a special child in your life digitally • Schedule a social hour with your neighbors from each of your backyards • Plan a Netflix Party • Support Your Medical Community • Make wellness calls to vulnerable community members • Practice social distancing/self-quarantine We want to hear how you have been showing your support! Please tell us by clicking HERE to log the kindness in our community. Send your stories of kindness to jessica.houchin@gwrymca.org.

Through6/30/20

Social media strategy and implementation coordinator

Stuck at home with the Covid 19 situation? Itching to do something positive? Join the St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce in developing and implementing its social media strategy to support local artists and work with the arts to address local issues such as conservation and violence. Make a difference from your couch!

Through6/30/20

Google Ads Manager

Do you understand marketing and Google Ads? Well, you are ahead of me. The St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce has created a city-wide collaboration of artists and others to support arts and arts organizations to develop their business while creating city-wide collaborative marketing opportunities. Your expertise would be appreciated to develop and implement a Google Ad program through Google Ads for Non-Profits to spread the word. This volunteer opportunity can be done remotely. Be part of the solution in St. Louis right from your couch!

Through6/30/20

Cleaning Supplies and Baby Formula Donations Needed

Helping Hand Me Downs enhances the quality of life for children and families in the St. Louis area by meeting their immediate needs, then connecting them with life-changing resources that foster independence. Currently, during the COVID-19 pandemic, our most critical needs are donations of cleaning supplies, diapers and unexpired formula. Please call (314) 514-5987 intake line to coordinate your donation drop-off before dropping donations off at one of our locations. We have three locations currenlty open House Springs, Pagedale and Crystal City.

Through5/31/20

STORIES OF THE PANDEMIC: A ST. LOUIS COVID-19 DIGITAL ARCHIVE

The Missouri Historical Society (MHS) is working to document how the St. Louis region is experiencing the historic COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. For now we’ll share these stories in a digital archive through social media and online. Down the road, we’ll consider some of this digital material for our permanent collections. Sharing stories is a way we can begin to understand what is happening from an individual perspective. Please use the form to type a story or upload a photo or short video that illustrates how St. Louisans have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. This could include a photo of a sign announcing a business closure, your experiences of working from home or not being allowed to work from home, ruminations on social distancing, stories of community engagement and resilience, experiences with the healthcare system, and any and all observations of how the St. Louis area has responded to the pandemic. Whatever you choose to contribute, we hope you will join us in helping document this historic event in St. Louis. We also encourage you to think about holding on to videos, photographs, documents, or other objects related to the COVID-19 pandemic that you might wish to donate to MHS in the future. Share Your Story!

Through5/31/20

 
Do-It-Yourself Project Guides
Select a step-by-step guide with all the information you need to complete meaningfully volunteer projects on your schedule. You will purchase the supplies, complete the project, and drop off the completed project to a nonprofit of your choosing. Need help identifying a nonprofit? Browse our list of community partners.  Please make sure to contact the nonprofit before dropping off to make sure they are still open and able to receive your donation. Some of the Do-It-Yourself projects are great to complete now and save to deliver at a later time. 
 
 
          COVID-19 Emergency Relief Box                                        Cards for Seniors  
         
 
                           Animal Shelter Blankets                                                           Community Clean Up                                           
 
               Nurse Appreciation Kit                                                       First-Aid Kits            
                     
 
 
                  Reusable T-Shirt Bags                                      Backpacks for Kids in Foster Care
                    
 
                   Financial Literacy Kits                                                    Blessing Bottles
             
 
                    Make Dog Toys                                                            Dinner Baskets 

               

                 First Responder Kit                                                       Cozy Cocoa Kits

               

 

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