These are just a few options for potential volunteer projects.
Deliver meals to the sick and home-bound
Volunteer to take elderly neighbors to the grocery store, or pick up their groceries for them
- Work with an existing organization to provide, prepare and serve meals
- Shovel snow for a neighbor who is disabled, elderly, or just needs an extra hand
- Help a neighbor weatherproof his or her house
Donate new or gently used blankets to a shelter
Volunteer at a nursing home, or elderly center
Bring healthy snacks to an after school program
Help a low income family find free tax preparation services in their community and take advantage of the earned income tax credit, or volunteer to be a tax preparer. Click here for more.
Volunteer to take a neighbor who doesn’t have transportation to work
Volunteer to baby-sit for a neighbor
Serve a holiday meal to the homeless
Contact Sarah Dunn, Volunteer Engagement Coordinator at (203) 691-4208 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org