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Service Learning Opportunities
Remember to maintain social and physical distance of 6 feet from individuals.
Stay Home & Stay Healthy!
Check-in with an elderly person in your community. Write them a letter, leave a note at their door, deliver a meal, pick up their medication, or ask them if they need help with anything.
Make cloth facial masks and distribute them to low-income communities who might not have access to them.
The Red Cross empowers ordinary people to perform extraordinary acts in emergency situations. We train. We mobilize. We connect donors and volunteers to those in urgent need of a helping hand. Whether it’s a wildfire or a home fire, a call for blood, or a call from a service member or military family in need, the Red Cross is there.
The Boys & Girls Club seeks to empower every Club member, through safe and impactful experiences to: graduate high school with a plan for college or a career, contribute to their community, and live a healthy life.
San Diego Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. It was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, decent and affordable home to live in dignity and safety.
North County Lifeline’s mission is to build self-reliance among youth, individuals and families through problem solving, skill-building and accessible community-based services. One of our programs, Project LIFE (Living in Freedom of Exploitation), is an advocacy program that works with victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Solutions for Change transforms lives and communities by permanently solving family homelessness. Our approach is unique, providing a complete and sustainable solution driven by accountability.
Are you looking for resources for yourself, family, and/or community?
Essential Workers, we are here for you. The Boys & Girls Club of Vista is offering emergency childcare for Club parents that are essential workers starting May 4th. This includes emergency services health care, military, grocery store workers and other workers as stated by Governor Newsom in Executive Order N 45-20. The program is limited per CDC guidelines and is for kids in grades K-8th grade Monday-Friday 7 am-6:30 pm. The cost is $120 a week with current $50 membership. For more information, please contact 760-724-6606 or email@example.com.