Getting Involved...Going the Distance
Even during this time of sheltering in place, opportunities to engage in service abound. While in-person volunteer opportunities are limited, they do exist. Virtual engagement opportunities expand daily. Financial support and in-kind donations are welcome. If you are looking for ways to get involved, please explore these links or contact director of service learning, Meghan Rathert, regarding community engagement opportunities.
- Food Delivery & Donations
- Homeless Shelters & Residential Services
- Senior Living Residences & Resources
Operation Food Search - Get Help, Give Help, Donate
Operation Food Search Emergency Food Drive 2020
Operation Food Search Drive Thru Meals at St. Louis County Library Branches
St. Louis Area Foodbank - How to Give and Get Help
Isaiah 58 Ministries - Check out Superhero Sunday on May 17! - Rev. Brenda Booth, firstname.lastname@example.org
Urban Harvest STL
Ritenour Co-Care Food Pantry
St. Anthony of Padua Food Pantry
St. Louis Public Schools - Meal Delivery
St. Louis Public Schools Foundation - Emergency Response Fund
Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry
Feeding America Hunger Blog - Describes ways to be involved
St. Louis Food Angels - Provides free food delivery to high-risk populations in St. Louis City during COVID-19
Mary Ryder Home - Terry Jones-Signaigo, email@example.com
Richmond Terrace, Anne Stumpf, firstname.lastname@example.org
Create Circles - Students to Seniors Program - Virtual Visitation with Seniors
Anthology of Clayton View (formerly Stonecrest at Clayton View) - Chris Baker, cbaker@stonecrestseniorliving.
If you are looking for ways to get involved, contact director of service learning, Meghan Rathert, regarding community engagement opportunities.
Here are a few ways Bombers have gotten involved: