Those of us at Carroll County RSVP understand that these are vary uncertain times and that vulnerable members of the community need our help more than ever. We are working to ensure that each volunteer feels safe and supported while some still work every day to help the communities that they live in. We greatly appreciate all of the work that our volunteers and stations are doing to combat hunger and isolation during the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We would also like our clients to know that we are still here to support you in whatever you may need.
On this page you will find information on the symptoms of COVID-19 and what our stations and volunteers are doing to safely help the community around them. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are in need or would like to help.
We would also like to thank all of the incredible community members that have chosen to become volunteers! We greatly appreciate the growing support through this pandemic!
Listed above are the safety procedures put in place to allow various RSVP services to return to work in their community. The link below is the suggested volunteer screening form that all stations should use.
What Our Volunteers Are Doing In Their Communities
- " I am doing Zoom video calls twice a week with isolated neighbors to practice social distancing, while trying to combat the feeling of loneliness and sadness." - Wolfeboro Volunteer
- " Asking elderly or isolated neighbors if they need to have supplies picked up for them." - Various Volunteers
- " Spent the day delivering meals to a dozen community members that were isolated." - Freedom Volunteer
- " I safely deliver meals to those in need by placing the meals in clear containers outside of the client's door... I am older, but I would still like to help in any way that I can." - Ossipee Volunteer