COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Volunteer Opportunities - Neighbors Network
The City is here to help our community through the COVID-19 health emergency. If you need assistance getting food, essential supplies, or other help, we can work to match you with a volunteer who can assist you. If you are looking to volunteer to help someone in our community, let us know.
City will help coordinate people of any age along with organizations who need volunteers with individuals looking to help. Examples include:
- Shopping and errands
- Pet care assistance
- Minor home maintenance
- Social interaction (walks, talking on the phone, etc.)
- Referrals for other volunteer needs in the community
If you need assistance or if you’ d like to help:
We are also here to help organizations who are in need of volunteers. If you need volunteers, please let us know.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
The City of Healdsburg Volunteer Program captures the generous spirit of our community and provides volunteers an opportunity to give back in many ways. For for more information on the Volunteer Program we’ve put together an informational presentation Opens a New Window. from the February 19, 2019, City Council meeting.
Would you like to volunteer? The first step is to complete our Volunteer Interest Form. For questions about the volunteer program please call Volunteer Coordinator Donna O’Brien at (707) 431-3492.
DASH Volunteer Driver Program
On June 17 the City launched DASH - Drivers Assisting Seniors in Healdsburg, a volunteer driver program. The development of this program is the outcome of a survey of Healdsburg’s older adults that found transportation was the number one concern for remaining independent, valued, and vibrant members of our community. The program is funded through the City’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) along with a Caltrans grant awarded to Sonoma County. For more information on how to ride - or to volunteer as a driver for the program - please visit the program page, email email@example.com or call the DASH hotline at 707-431-3159.
Home shares are living arrangements between two or more unrelated people, one of whom is 60 years of age or older, who agree to share a home or apartment for their mutual benefit.SHARE Healdsburg meets twice monthly at the Senior Center for drop in hours. Drop in hours with SHARE are 10 a.m - 4 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. During this time individuals can meet in person with a SHARE representative, and discuss housing options. For more information contact SHARE Healdsburg at (707) 766-8800 or visit the SHARE website at sharesonomacounty.org
Home Maintenance Program
Later in 2019, we will launch a home-maintenance program to assist with home upkeep so enable seniors can age gracefully in their homes. Volunteers with special skills are sought as well as helpful volunteers. if you would like to share your time or talents for this much needed program, contact Donna O’Brien, Volunteer Coordinator at (707) 431-3492.