*This page will be updated as new information comes in to The Volunteer Center of the Triad.
Volunteer Center of the Triad- 3/26/20 Press Release
If your nonprofit organization needs volunteers to help with COVID-19 related needs, please fill out this form.
Volunteer Help and Donations Needed!
Volunteers are needed! Please check out some ways to help below!
We are recommending that the following do not volunteer outside of the home:
People 65 and older
People who work with vulnerable populations
People suffering from asthma, uncontrolled diabetes, or heart disease
People who are immunocompromised
Women who are pregnant
Click here to view all of our volunteer opportunities-some of them you can do from your home!
Some ideas :
Send some cards to nursing homes
Become a Telecare volunteer with Senior Resources of Guilford
Volunteer for A Simple Gesture to help with their social media
Help NC African Services Coalition as a volunteer Graphic Designer
BackPack Beginnings: Urgent need for donations and weekend food bag distribution!!
Warehouse, Food Prep and Distribution volunteers needed: Click here to see available shifts.
Donated Items Desperately Needed: Click here to view needed items and learn where to drop off.
Monetary donations: Click here!
Weekend Food Bag Distribution
Each Friday, volunteers are needed to help distribute weekend food (provided by Out of the Garden Project) to Guilford County families. The shift is from 10:45-12pm and we need one-two people per site. Please click here to see the feeding sites and to sign up. Details will be emailed to you before your shift.
Cone Health/Adventist Community Restoration Center
Starting May 12, volunteers are needed to help unload and distribute meals for families being served each Tuesday and Thursday.
You can find the sign-up by clicking here.
Partnership for Children of Guilford County
Staff has been involved with outreach to over 200 early childhood centers that are still open serving essential workers in Guilford County.
They are in need of forehead thermometers. If you can donate, please reach out to LouMecia Staton at [email protected]
Senior Resources of Guilford:
Volunteers are needed to help complete grocery shopping or picking up medications from the pharmacy for older adults.
Monday-Friday- 2 people per shift
*must be 18 or older
Please contact Ashlyn at [email protected] to learn more and sign up!
Monetary donations are greatly needed to purchase food for Meals on Wheels recipients. Click here to donate
Greensboro Urban Ministry:
Lunch packing and pantry volunteers needed: Greensboro Urban Ministry is looking for volunteers to help pack and distribute packed lunches from 9am-1pm. They also need helpers in the Food Pantry to help from 9am-1pm and 1pm-4pm.
Please contact Gail Gore-Lewis at 336-553-2642
Greensboro Urban Ministry needs help restocking their food pantry!
Click HERE for "Neighborhood Food Drives" Getting Started
To make a donation to GUM’s Food Programs, Please click here
A Simple Gesture :
Donate Food, Time and Money:
Grab-and-go meals are available at 52 sites throughout the county. These free meals will be given to children ages 0-18 and will include breakfast and lunch.
American Red Cross
BLOOD DRIVE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: COVID-19 has temporarily disrupted normal life in many communities, but the need for blood hasn’t changed. Volunteers are needed to greet and register blood donors and assist in the canteen area. Blood Drive Volunteers can also choose to assist as a Blood Donor Screener where they will take temperatures of all donors before they enter the Blood Center. Shifts are typically 4-6 hours and volunteers can sign up for shifts online that work with their schedule.
If you reside in a “stay-at-home” or “shelter in place” area, blood collection staff and volunteers are considered essential. Several enhanced blood donations protocols including PPE and social distancing have been implemented in the interest of the safety of the blood supply, recipients, other donors, staff, volunteers and general public health.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact [email protected] or 336-646-4047.
Interested volunteers must apply online at redcross.org/volunteer
HEALTHY DONORS NEEDED: Donating blood products is essential to community health and the need for blood products is constant. As part of our nation’s critical infrastructure, healthy individuals are needed to donate blood, platelets, and convalescent plasma. The American Red Cross is also seeking people who are fully recovered from COVID-19 to sign up to donate plasma to help current COVID-19 patients.
Schedule an appointment by visiting http://www.RedCrossBlood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
Interactive Resource Center
The IRC needs donations of water, hand sanitizer and money to support hotel stays for people experiencing homelessness who are 60+ years old.
They've added more items to address the needs of their unsheltered folks, and are encouraging people who don’t HAVE to be at the IRC to not go in, to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Click here for Amazon Wishlist
One Step Further: Community Support & Nutrition Program
Tuesday, June 2 from 12pm-4pm:
Need 12 volunteers! Volunteers will be unloading food commodities, packing grocery boxes, and/or loading packed boxes onto a truck. There will be plenty of opportunity for all.
1900 W. Market St. Greensboro, NC 27403
Ages 16 and up
Contact Susan Cox at 336-423-9849 or [email protected]om
Volunteers are needed to help sort, pack, and distribute groceries to families. They also have some administrative tasks that are crucial to organizational activity.
9am-11am, 10:30am-12:30pm, 11am-1pm, 12pm-2pm, and 12:30pm-2:30pm
Contact Susan Cox at 336-423-9849 or [email protected]
Volunteers must 18 (or mature 16-17 year olds) and up.
As they continue to provide grocery assistance to families, they are in need of monetary and food donations.
YWCA Family Shelter
The YWCA Greensboro serves Family Shelter residents who are sheltered-in. Please sign up to bring a meal at Signup.com/go/OPsXhZE
They are in great need of monetary donations, Lysol spray, hand sanitizer, snacks, juice and sugar.
Please contact Deb Harris Richardson at [email protected]
New Arrivals Institute
NAI is collecting items for the families they serve. If you can help, please contact Lynn Thompson at [email protected]
Diapers (for babies above 15 lbs)
Tylenol or generic
2 lb bags of rice
Industries of the Blind
Volunteers are needed to drive a person who is blind to the grocery store/pharmacy and help them pick out items. This will help to eliminate the person from having to touch many things to find the correct item. Being blind means that you need things more tactile and in this time of COVID 19, that is not always the best approach.
Times vary. Please contact Richard Oliver [email protected] to learn more and help out!
Volunteer from home opportunities!
NC African Services Coalition
Remote Tutors and Educational Advocates- Need individuals to assist with tutoring high school students in their Youth Mentoring and Scholars Programs as they navigate how to do online learning and learning from home. You will be assisting them with school assignments. Educational Advocates will assist with connecting students to community or online resources to help advance their learning. Days and times flexible! Must be 16 years or older.
Please contact Dierdre Mack at [email protected]
Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center
Volunteers needed to tutor youth ages 6 to 15 in math, reading and homework via online STEM Academy portal.
Monday- Friday 1pm-2pm
5 volunteers needed per shift
21 years and older
Contact Pastor Randi Francis at [email protected]
*COVID-19 information and the latest updates can be found at the links below:
Greensboro Virus Relief Fund
United Way of Greater Greensboro and the City of Greensboro are supporting residents impacted by the Coronavirus, by establishing the Greensboro Virus Relief Fund.
The Greensboro Virus Relief Fund is accepting donations to support local children and families impacted by the virus. United Way and the City will coordinate with local nonprofits to determine ongoing needs and fund distribution.
Anyone interested in making a donation to the fund can text the word “Virus” to 40403, or visit www.UnitedWayGSO.org to donate online.
NC Department of Health & Human Services COVID-19 hotline (866-462-3821) will answer questions/concerns about Coronavirus.
NC 2-1-1: a free statewide United Way-funded hotline gives callers access to resources, such as food, financial assistance, and other basic needs. This confidential service is available in many languages 24/7, 365 days a year. Dial 2-1-1or visit www.nc211.org.
Below are the identified Grab N Go sites for GUILFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS. Keep in mind this may adjust by the hour but provides a starting point for planning.
Starting 3-18-20, serving will occur 11-12 pm each day.
Lunch for the current day and breakfast for the next day will be provided for children 0-18.
GCS Grab N Go Sites - Food Distribution Locations:
|Alderman Elementary School||4211 Chateau Drive, Greensboro, NC 27407|
|Allen Jay Middle School||1201 E. Fairfield Road, High Point, NC 27263|
|Archer Elementary School||2610 Four Seasons Blvd. Greensboro, NC 27407|
|Bluford-Peeler STEAM Academy||1901 Tuscaloosa Street, Greensboro, NC 27401|
|Cone Elementary School||2501 N. Church Street, Greensboro, NC 27405|
|Dudley High School||1200 Lincoln Street, Greensboro, NC 27401|
|Eastern Guilford High School||415 Peeden Drive, Gibsonville, NC 27249|
|Fairview Elementary School||608 Fairview Street, High Point, NC 27260|
|Foust Elementary School||2610 Floyd Street, Greensboro, NC 27406|
|Hairston Middle School||3911 Naco Road Greensboro, NC 27401|
|High Point Central High School||801 Ferndale Blvd. High Point, NC 27262|
|Hunter Elementary School||1305 Merritt Drive, Greensboro, NC 27407|
|Irving Park Elementary School||1310 Sunset Drive, Greensboro, NC 27408|
|Jackson Middle School||2200 Ontario Street, Greensboro, NC 27403|
|Johnson Street Global Studies||1601 Johnson Street, High Point, NC 27262|
|Jones Elementary School||502 South Street, Greensboro, NC 27406|
|Kirkman Park Elementary School||1101 N. Centennial Street, High Point, NC 27262|
|Montlieu Elementary School||1105 Montlieu Avenue, High Point, NC 27262|
|Morehead Elementary School||4630 Tower Road, Greensboro, NC 27410|
|Northeast Guilford High School||6700 McLeansville Road, McLeansville, NC 27301|
|Oak Hill Elementary School||320 Wrightenberry Street, High Point, NC 27260|
|Oak View Elementary School||614 Oakview Road, High Point, NC 27265|
|Parkview Elementary School||325 Gordon Street, High Point, NC 27260|
|Peck Elementary School||1601 West Florida Street, Greensboro, NC 27403|
|Ragsdale High School||1000 Lucy Ragsdale Drive, Jamestown, NC 27282|
|Rankin Elementary School||1501 Spry Street, Greensboro, NC 27405|
|Southeast Guilford High School||4530 Southeast School Road, Greensboro, NC 27406|
|Swann Middle School||811 Cypress Street, Greensboro, NC 27405|
|Washington Elementary School||1110 E. Washington Street, Greensboro, NC 27401|
|Welborn Middle School||1710 McGuinn Drive, High Point, NC 27265|
|Western Guilford Middle School||401 College Road, Greensboro, NC 27410|
|Wiley Elementary School||600 West Terrell Street, Greensboro, NC 27406|
Additional Satellite Meal Locations:
These sites are not replacing the school-based grab-and-go meal sites; these are additional options for students and their families.
For students and their families, the satellite meal locations will work exactly as the grab-and-go sites. Students and their families will come to the location, pick up a meal containing lunch for the day and breakfast for the following morning.
The following are designated as satellite meal locations:
|Park Street Terrace Apartments||885 Sharon Street, High Point|
|Brentwood Crossing||200 Brentwood Street, High Point|
|New Gate Apartments||1605 Ganby Avenue, High Point|
|Laurelwood Apartments||1300 Burton Road, High Point|
|Bellemeade Apartments||2350 Bellemeade Street, High Point|
|The Oaks at Silver Ridge||2926 E. Kivett Drive, High Point|
|Ingram Woods Apartments||2704 Ingram Road, High Point|
|Kendall Street Apartments||211 Kendall Avenue, High Point|
|Ambassador Court Apartments||2501 Ambassador Court, High Point|
|South Wind Villas||820 E. South Road, High Point|
|Greater New Hope Baptist Church||906 Meredith Street, High Point|
|Spring Valley Apartments||1403 E. Commerce Street, High Point|
|Claremont Homes||2702 Patio Place, Greensboro|
|Smith Homes||707 W. Florida Street, Greensboro|
|GHA-Ray Warren Homes||1306 E. Gate City Blvd., Greensboro|
|Turnbridge Apartments||503 Turnbridge Circle, Brown Summit|
|Northland Apartments||3319 O’Henry Blvd., Greensboro|
|Autumn Forest Trailer Park||3700 Autumn Forest Drive, Brown Summit|
|Choice Hotel||110 Seneca Road, Greensboro|
|Juanita Hills||2701 Annmore Circle, High Point|
|Carson Stout Homes||501 Anaheim Street, High Point|
|Daniel Brooks Homes||1455 West Avenue, High Point|
|Oak Ridge Commons||2205 Oak Ridge Road, Oak Ridge|
|Summerfield Mobile Home Park||6955 Summerfield Road, Summerfield|
|Pathways Center||3517 N. Church Street, Greensboro|
|Allerton Apartments||3201 Allerton Circle, Greensboro|
|Plantation Apartments||1101 Berkley Manor Way, Greensboro|
|Greenbriar||129 Greenbriar Road, Greensboro|
|Hayleigh Village||4020 Eight Belles Lane, Greensboro|