Neighbors Helping Neighbors aims to build a community of service in Saint Paul by connecting community members to neighbors who could use a helping hand. Due to the overwhelming need for volunteers to assist Saint Paul residents, Neighbors Helping Neighbors will now support the City’s Covid-19 response.
Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming a partner organization with the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Initiative. Once you complete the form, click the Continue button at the bottom.
Food Shelf Support – Volunteers in this role will assist a food shelf located in Saint Paul with tasks as assigned, including sorting, stocking, bagging food and curbside or walk in pick up.
Food and Basic Needs Delivery – Volunteers in this role will assist a nonprofit in delivering grocery and basic need items to home-bound individuals in a way that reflects social distancing protocols.
Food Shelf Admin Support – Volunteers in this role will assist a food shelf located in Saint Paul with tasks as assigned including: volunteer coordination, inventory and supply management and operations.
Food and Meal Prep – Volunteers in this role will assist an organization prepping, cooking, serving, packing and cleaning up after meals that are available to the public or individuals who need assistance at a reduced cost or no cost.
Sewers to Make Face Masks and Other PPE – Volunteers in this role will sew homemade face masks and other Personal Protective Equipment (such as gowns) using CDC-approved guidelines.
Together-Apart Volunteer – This role will receive ideas on ways they can help from home or with minimal coordination from a partner. Volunteers may be referred to an organization that has a need for virtual volunteer support.
We are gathering information to better understand the needs of local organizations providing support during COVID-19. Please provide information on supplies you need for your organization to continue serving populations in need and maintaining health protocols.
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