Governor Polis has now issued a statewide stay-at-home order, and similar orders were already in effect in Denver, Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. However, this does not mean that A Little Help can no longer help members who are sheltering at home. It is still essential to help older adults with groceries, prescriptions, and other critical needs. It is also very important to call members at least once per week to ensure that they are okay and have a friendly voice to connect with, combatting loneliness and isolation. If you have become uncomfortable being out of your home and in contact with others, we understand, just let us know. However, if you can call members at home to check on them and offer a little support, or if you are still comfortable running critical errands, we need your help.
If you are already one of our volunteers, thank you. If not, please click on the link below to sign up. Thanks for all you do!
Stay safe, and remember that we’re here for you too. Call if you need us.
*Please have patience with us as we onboard hundreds of wonderful neighbors who have answered the call to help our older community members. We are matching volunteers with individual older neighbors to check in with and run errands for during this time. We have already made our first round of matches, but we have more older adults joining every day and have some geographic locations with fewer volunteers. We still need you to volunteer, just please be patient with our process. Thank you!
By volunteering with A Little Help during the COVID-19 pandemic, you understand that there are inherent risks associated with running essential errands and delivering physical goods to older adult members, and you agree to accept those risks and you hereby release, indemnify, and hold harmless A Little Help, its directors and officers, employees, representatives, sponsors, organizers, and agents from any and all claims, causes of action, and liability arising from or in any way connected to your volunteer participation with A Little Help.