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Virtual Volunteer Opportunities 

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

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Foster Family for Dogs (puppies, adult, heartworm positive, etc.)

Five Acres Animal Shelter is seeking individuals and/or families who would be willing to open their homes to foster dogs and/or puppies - typically between 2-8 weeks, or up to 4 months for dogs going through heartworm treatment. We are located in St. Charles, MO, but welcome people from anywhere around the St. Louis area. We require an application to be filled out to share basic information and interests, and then we will follow up with you shortly after submission! Fostering dogs allows FIve Acres to create more space in our physical shelter so we can save more dogs! Fill out a FIve Acres Animal Shelter Foster application by clicking HERE! Thank you for your interest in Five Acres Animal Shelter!

Through 12/31/20

Volunteer Financial Coaching

The United Way is looking for volunteer coaches to work with people who are saving for a better future. United Way financial education and matched savings programs equip families with the tools needed to become more financially stable. Trained Volunteer Financial Coaches walk alongside program participants on their journey to financial empowerment. By volunteering just 1 to 2 hours a month, you can help one family learn to save regularly and accomplish their financial goals (i.e. pay off debt or save for their child’s education.) Training is provided to prepare you for coaching program participants and United Way staff and fellow coaches are available to help you along the way. Coaches are needed to help families in the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County. Nature of Work: The Volunteer Financial Coach will provide one-on-one support to a program participant to help them work toward their financial and savings goals. Financial coaches meet in-person or via telephone with their program participant monthly. For more information please contact the Volunteer Financial Coach Program Coordinator listed below. Length of Volunteer Commitment: Minimum of 4 months, maximum of 6 months Volunteer Times/Location: Will vary based on participant’s and coach’s schedules; no more than 1-2 hours per month Qualifications Needed: Willing and open to work with individuals from low-income families Ability to work with individuals in a respectful and non-judgmental manner Ability to maintain confidentiality and build trust Ability to encourage and motivate Ability to practice effective listening skills Training Requirements: Complete Volunteer Financial Coaching Training. The next training is scheduled for: Saturday, November 14th from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM via Zoom Complete background check prior to training Participate in at least 1 quarterly conference call with other volunteer financial coaches and United Way staff

Through 11/14/20

Help to End Violence!

Ready to take a stand against violence? A simple non-political action can make a world of difference by increasing awareness in a way numbers alone can not. Over 65,000 people are killed or injured by gunfire in the U.S. every year. And that is only from guns. Domestic Violence is climbing with the current Shelter in Place orders. While the numbers are huge, they are abstract. Now imagine over 100,000 origami boxes with the name of someone who has died or been injured by violence. Now imagine them all in one place. Visual impact! St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce is coordinating a national effort arts Heals Violence to create impact, awareness, and solutions to the issue. To help, create a (or many) soulbox(es) and send to the St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce 1511 Mason Hill Ct. St. Louis Mo 63131 to be part of the Art Heals Violence exhibitions. Directions to folding the boxes.

Through 12/31/20

COVID-19 Supplies Needed

During the COIVD-19 pandemic, children and families served by Unleashing Potential's Early Childhood Education, Afterschool and Summer Enrichment Programs (grades K-5) need: Personal Hygiene Items (i.e. hand sanitizer, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.) Cleaning supplies (Lysol wipes, paper towels, antibacterial soaps, and sprays) For the return to on-site services (suspended 3/20/2020), the agency will need the following for staff and children: Personal Protective Equipment/Supplies (i.e. touch-free thermometers, powder-free latex/vinyl gloves, disposable masks for youth and staff, hand sanitizer, etc.) Drop-Off Donations: You can drop off items at the Early Childhood Education Center at Caroline Mission (2828 Caroline Street, St. Louis, MO 63104). Thursdays from 10 am-2 pm NO contact drop off - Our staff will bring the products in from the concrete entry area near the main entrance. Simply ring the bell (with your elbow) to let those inside know you have dropped off. Please provide your name, address, phone number, and list of items if you would like an in-kind tax receipt.

Through 12/31/20

Virtual Opportunity - Give the Gift of Transportation!

Give the Gift of Transportation! For youth facing homelessness, reliable transportation can be a way out of their situation - a means of hope. It’s a way to get to job interviews, to work, to school, to the grocery store, to the doctor, and more. Yet, rising costs and inadequate bus routes make it difficult for unhoused youth to easily access the transportation they need to build their lives. Please consider donating an Uber Gift Card to help Covenant House Missouri youth get where they need to go and move forward! Uber Gift Card Link: https://www.uber.com/us/en/gift-cards/ Gift cards can be sent to: Covenant House Missouri Attn: Colleen Daum 2727 N. Kingshighway Blvd. S. Louis, MO 63113

Through 6/24/21

Making Craft Kits for Residential Children

Art is a great way for our kids to express themselves, especially when many are struggling with the issues of the pandemic. This kit would provide each child with an opportunity to show off their creative side! Items can include: Crayons Colored Pencils Craft Paper Coloring book/sketchbook Glue Sticks Markers Small bin to individually store supplies

Through 6/24/21

Personal Hygiene Kits for Residential Children -- Great Circle

Many of the children that come into our care arrive with virtually nothing of their own. Being able to give them their own personal hygiene items is very important! Items can be placed in gallon freezer bags, totes, shower caddies, or plastic grocery bags. Shampoo/Conditioner Deodorant Body Wash Comb/Brush Toothbrush/Toothpaste Hair Accessories Bath Towel/Wash Cloth

Through 12/31/21

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.

Through 6/30/21

Virtual Opportunity - Host a DIY Supply Drive

Host a DIY Supply Drive to support the youth at Covenant House Missouri! You can help raise awareness and vital supplies/ funds to help provide relief to young people overcoming homelessness. Use the power of social media and tap into your circle of friends - it's all about getting the word out! To host a DIY Supply Drive, check out the Covenant House MO In-Kind Donations site and Amazon Wish List for our latest supply needs. You can also host a themed supply drive to focus your efforts, like one of the following: Laundry Drive - baskets, detergent (pods or powder, not liquid as it gets used too fast), and dryer sheets Bedding/Bedroom Items - sheets, pillows, comforters, etc. Kitchen Items - pots/pans, dishes, silverware, and kitchen tools Shower Basket Drive – fill shower caddies with flip-flops (all sizes and genders), bath towels, loofahs, and razors Hygiene Items - shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc. (big demand, but we do get these in more regularly) Note: If you would like an acknowledgment letter for any in-kind donations, please reach out to the opportunity coordinator.

Through 7/14/21

Virtual Opportunity - Write Thank You Notes to Essential Staff

Looking for an easy way to support Covenant House Missouri? Show some 'Cov Love' to our staff! Write a thank-you note to our team members who are on the front lines with our youth every day supporting them as they go from homelessness to hope. You can mail your notes to our campus - Covenant House Missouri Attn: Covenant House Staff 2727 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63113

Through 7/14/21

Life Skills Facilitator

The Center for Women in Transition is an agency that supports women who are justice-involved with tools and resources that will help promote restorative practices in the community which will bring responsibility, heal and empower individuals to be successful members of society. We are looking for professional and paraprofessionals to facilitate on-line classes for: Budgeting and Finance Sanitation and Cleaning Shopping Self-Care

Through 12/31/21

Activity Donations: Children Services

Our mission is to empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to lead better lives by providing a lifetime of high-quality services, family support, and advocacy. We work hard to provide the kind of individualized services that can really help make a difference to an adult… to a child… to a family. Services provided are designed to maximize choice and to support people, as they build quality lives within the St. Louis community. The Children Services programs of the St. Louis Arc is accepting donations for various activity items. Items such as handmade sock puppets, bean bags, and sensory blankets. Handouts will be provided explaining directions on how to create these items. Donations will be distributed to children and their families to enjoy. Donations drop off will be coordinated through the Volunteer Manager and COVID safety precautions will be in place.

Through 12/31/20

Activity Donations: Aging with Empowerment

Our mission is to empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to lead better lives by providing a lifetime of high-quality services, family support, and advocacy. We work hard to provide the kind of individualized services that can really help make a difference to an adult… to a child… to a family. Services provided are designed to maximize choice and to support people, as they build quality lives within the St. Louis community. Programs are in need of adult art books, auxiliary percussion instruments (maracas, egg shakers, tambourines, etc., and items that can shake or bang), and washable markers. Donation drop-offs will be coordinated through the Volunteer Manager and COVID safety precautions will be in place.

Through 12/31/20

Holiday Meal Donations

Our mission is to empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to lead better lives by providing a lifetime of high-quality services, family support, and advocacy. We work hard to provide the kind of individualized services that can really help make a difference to an adult… to a child… to a family. Services provided are designed to maximize choice and to support people, as they build quality lives within the St. Louis community. Holiday meals are being accepted for residents to enjoy this season! Donations of prepared meals from a grocer or restaurant only preferred. Donation drop-offs will be coordinated through the Volunteer Manager and COVID safety precautions will be in place.

Through 12/31/20

Adopting a Child's Wish List for Christmas

To provide Christmas joy for a child living in residential care for the holidays. Many of the children in our care have no family support and would not receive any gifts or presents, other than through donations. By adopting a wish list, you will be giving a child a very special Christmas this year!

Through 12/23/20

Executive Assistant - Help our Executive Director and Board of Directors

Executive Assistant to the Executive Director - help provide support for the Executive Director, Community Volunteer Leaders, and Board of Directors. This will include database maintenance, data entry, research, phone calls, written correspondence, team communication, and office assistance. Currently, this is a volunteer-from-home position but you would meet regularly via Teams online meetings with the Executive Director and her team. If you miss working with the public, working with a great board, and would like to help with our amazing Red Cross family in Columbia, Jefferson City, or surrounding communities, then this volunteer opportunity is for you! Also, our main office is in Columbia, so when we open up again, you would be volunteering from that office.

Through 1/18/30

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. You must be comfortable speaking with potential volunteers on the phone, have great listening skills, and the ability to persuade people to talk about how they would like to help the Red Cross. Not every position fits every volunteer and you need to have the skills to help the volunteer make a decision. Virtual Position - You can volunteer from home and will need a phone and a computer with internet access. This is a great way to volunteer without leaving your home, driving anywhere, or spending gas. We would love your help with this role, especially if you like to talk to people!

Through 1/18/30

Services to Armed Forces - Assist Military Members, Veterans and Their Families

Currently, the Red Cross is helping our military virtually (online) but we still need volunteers! The Red Cross helps military members, veterans, and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to the challenges of military service. Volunteers provide emergency communications, training, support to wounded warriors and veterans, and access to community resources. If you are a former military or military spouse and know your way around the military system, this is a great way to help those families. We are looking for caseworkers who can help active duty and retired military with their challenges in the community. Please contact me for more information!

Through 1/18/30

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.

Through 11/20/20

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.

Through 10/31/20

Program Ambassador

The Fit and Food Connection is looking for a committed and organized individual to join our team as Program Ambassador! 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 free fitness and nutrition programs. At this time, this volunteer will work on tasks virtually pertaining to this opportunity, specifically organize current systems in place for tracking attendance and maintaining client and volunteer rosters. Once, regular programming is back up and running, responsibilities as Program Ambassador involve attending programs to: Attend as many fitness and nutrition classes as possible Help participants with sign in Track attendance Assist the instructor to ensure all runs smoothly Take photos and/or video for the organization Bring all necessary sign-in sheets and marketing materials to the class Answer any questions for attendees inquiring about The Fit and Food Connection. We would prefer an individual who has a flexible schedule, transportation, and can commit to regular attendance at programs. We are looking for leaders who are willing to make a long-term commitment (at least one year).

Through 3/26/21

Cleaning Supply 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 and diapers. 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 currently open House Springs, Pagedale, and Crystal City.

Through 11/30/20

Epworth Supply Needs

Epworth is in need of the following in-kind donations durring the COIVD-19 pandemic: - Personal Hygiene Items (ie toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, face wipes, deodorant, etc) - Non-perishable food items (ie crackers, beef jerky, chips, power bars, water bottles, fruit cups, etc) - Cleaning supplies (Lysol wipes, paper towels, antibacterial soap, antibacterial spray) Drop-Off Donations: - You can drop off items at our Webster Groves location (110 N. Elm Avenue Webster Groves, MO 63119) - 7 days a week from 10 am-7 pm - NO contact drop off- our staff will bring the products in, clean them and send them to where they are needed most

Through 11/30/20

Call for Masks for the St. Louis Arc

The St. Louis Arc is seeking masks for Residential communities. Donations can be dropped off at the St. Louis Arc home office (1177 N. Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63132). Masks can be homemade or medical grade. For direct questions, please reach out to the Volunteer Manager. Thank you so much for your support to the St. Louis Arc.

Through 11/30/20

St. Louis Arc Wish List for donations

The St. Louis Arc is dedicated to maintaining our commitment to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families during these challenging times. Our direct care work continues in all 32 residential homes, offering 24/7 support without interruption. We’re taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our residents and staff, but like many, need the community’s help to continue doing so. Many people have begun to reach out to ask how they can help support individuals at the Arc. If you are able to donate any amount of the below items, it would help immensely. Please contact Lisa Miller at llmiller@slarc.org for information about dropping off items. Medical Temporal thermometers Masks (including hospital masks, cloth masks, bandanas, handkerchiefs that can be formed into bandanas) Basic construction goggles or protective eyewear Vinyl medical gloves - all sizes Paper hospital gowns Cleaning/Household Purel (antibacterial hand sanitizer of any brand) - personal size for staff to carry on their person as well as bottles for the homes Lysol spray disinfectant Paper towels All-Purpose disinfectant sprays (Clorox, etc.) (with bleach preferred) Empty spray bottles for making bleach water Antibacterial hand soap Mr. Clean/Pine-Sol Bleach Rubbing alcohol Baby wipes Disinfectant wet wipes (Clorox or similar) Facial Tissue Plastic Lawn and Garden large trashbags (to be used as gowns in an emergency) Travel size bottles to distribute hand sanitizer to staff Food/Beverage Gatorade Zero or Powerade Zero Disposable plates, cups and utensils Activities 50-100 piece puzzles (unused) Markers/Crayons/coloring books (unused) Basic craft kits for various crafts (wood, yarn, finger paint, etc.) unused Family Care Baby wipes and diapers for our Children’s Services programs – sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Additionally, an Amazon Wish List has been established for anyone who would like to order online.

Through 11/30/20

Covid-19 Response: Ongoing Need for Gown and Mask Making

Emmaus has an ongoing need for Personal Protective Equipment, including masks and gowns. Our objective is to continue to provide our staff with the protection they need to do their jobs. We will replace items PPE currently provided to our employees begin to wear out, as is bound to happen in a 24/7 service. Emmaus is seeking masks and gowns from those who wish to contribute. Masks with ear loops are preferred. No filter required. We can accept any long sleeve or ¾ sleeve gown. If you sew or know a seamster, please reach out. You can now drop-off donated items directly to our offices in St. Charles, MO, or arrange a pick-up (if unable to leave home or far from offices). Please express interest for more information or a free pattern for gowns or masks. Contact panhorstashley@emmaushomes.org

Through 11/30/20

Supplies Needed For Community Women Against Hardship

Due to COVID-19, Community Women Against Hardship is currently in need of the following donations:​ Washing Powder Hand Soap Dish Washing liquid Toilet Paper Paper Towels Can Fruits Jello Oatmeal Peanut Butter/Jelly Can Milk Frozen Vegetables Can Goods, e.g., Spaghetti Pancake/waffle mix Margarine/Butter Canola Oil Bread Sugar or Splenda Eggs Any cut of meats for protein All donations can be dropped off at 3963 West Belle Place on Thursdays from 12:30 - 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please call (314) 289-7523 prior to dropping items at the location.

Through 12/31/20

Advanced WordPress Website Volunteer

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. We are looking for leaders who are willing to make a long-term commitment (at least 1 year). 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!

Through 6/10/21

Trivia Night Planning Committee

The Center for Women in Transition is seeking volunteers to serve on a trivia event planning committee. We'll be hosting a trivia night fundraiser in late September or early October to support our mission of assisting women in the criminal justice system successfully transition back to their families and communities. Trivia night will take place virtually, as will planning committee meetings. The event will include impactful mission moments, a silent auction, raffles, games, and, of course, trivia. Different committee members can have different roles, depending on what committee members' interests and skillsets are. Roles may include: Attending planning meetings via Zoom starting in June through the event in October. Meetings would start off being once a month and grow in frequency closer to the date. There would be around 5 meetings total, each meeting lasting about 1 hour. Communicating as a group via email in between meetings to address immediate details that may need attention. Helping plan the details of the event--we will need lots of creativity and flexibility as we think through virtual options. Curating unique and exciting silent auction items. Picking up silent auction items from businesses and delivering them to local winners. Helping to spread the word about the event to your networks and through social media. Marketing and communications related to the event, including ideas for social media posts, mailings, emails, etc. Data entry--helping to keep track of registrations, people’s contact info for the silent auction, etc. Writing and mailing thank you cards after the event

Through 10/31/20

Youth Virtual Program Support Specialist

Requirements: Provide youth program participants assistance with technology and academic work. Troubleshoot internet and technology issues. Lead organized learning and recreational activities for youth, directed by Program Director and or Program Coordinator. As needed, differentiate lessons and activities so they are appropriate to students with various abilities. Provide instruction on the safe and proper use of supplies and equipment. Implement discipline techniques and classroom management when appropriate. Track and report youth performance. Additional duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of agency vision, mission, and services. Working knowledge of Microsoft office software packages. Knowledge of Zoom, Teams, and other technology platforms. Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing needs and time pressures. Ability to disseminate information clearly and concisely. Ability to create and sustain positive working relationships at all levels of the agency; internal and external. Ability to track, analyze, and adjust programs as necessary. Qualifications: High School Diploma. Some college preferred. Excellent organizational & customer service skills. Able to manage competing demands and monitors multiple projects simultaneously. Outstanding written communication and presentation skills. *Background check is needed.

Through 11/20/20

Serve on the Student Grant Committee

United Way of Greater St. Louis believes in the power of young people to do great things and impact our community. In order to support the philanthropic, civic, and service-based efforts of college and university students in the greater St. Louis region. United Way offers one-time grants, up to $1,000 each, to provide financial support for student-led service initiatives. Local students then come together to form the Student Grant Committee, read the grant applications and as a committee, decide which grants to fund and how much funding to give them. We need college students to serve on the 2020 Student Grant Committee. This is about a 5-6 hour time commitment over 2 meetings and reading the applications on your time. These hours can serve as official service hours for anyone who needs them. To be a part of the grant deliberations committee, you must be able to attend a one-hour virtual training and the deliberation meeting. The Grant Committee virtual meeting dates are: Grant Committee Training (Only need to attend one session) - October 28, 11-12 p.m. or 4-5 p.m. Grant Deliberation Meeting - November 9, 3:30-4:30 p.m. To learn more, please express interest in this unique opportunity to serve on a student-run grant-making committee.

Through 11/9/20

Holiday Cards for Home Bound Meals

Freshly-prepared, healthy, delicious, hot kosher meals that are prepared in the J’s kitchens are provided on a short- or long-term basis to homebound individuals, 60 years and older, who are unable to prepare a nutritionally balanced mid-day meal for themselves. We love to attach handmade greeting cards to the meals when appropriate. If you are interested in creating Thanksgiving, Hanukah, Christmas, and/or New Years cards, please let us know. These are to be made off-campus and delivered to the J's Creve Coeur Campus. Details will be given when you express interest.

Through 1/1/21

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. 
 
                  Homemade Mask                                            COVID-19 Emergency Relief Box                
                Cards for Seniors                                                        First Responder Kit 
           
                           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 

             

                                                                   Cozy Cocoa Kits

 

 

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