Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer for Medical and Public Health Professionals
Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer is used to register, notify, and inform individuals who are interested in volunteering in the event of an accidental or intentional emergency, or other public or health care disaster. They are working to recruit and train Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Respiratory Therapists, EMT/Paramedics, Behavioral/Mental Health, Veterinary/animal, and Amateur Radio Emergency Services.
Community Emergency Relief Fund
The Community Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) is dedicated to supporting our local community during emergencies in Southwest Colorado. Community stakeholders, including representatives from public health, local governments, school districts, businesses, and nonprofits, will prioritize donated funds for the areas of greatest need, with food and housing insecurity as top priorities.
Help Now Colorado
Coloradans can donate or sign up to volunteer through Help Now Colorado.
- Donate: Donations to The Colorado COVID Relief Fund through will be used to support the response and recovery needs of communities impacted by COVID-19.
- Volunteer: Coloradans who can’t donate money are encouraged to donate their time by volunteering. Help Now Colorado is seeking people who can share reliable information, provide virtual support, deliver food, medication, and medical supplies, and help with daily tasks for people who live alone. Retired and former heath care workers are encouraged to sign up using the specific online portal they have created.
The Maker Lab at the Powerhouse
The MakerLab at the Durango Powerhouse is coordinating volunteers with a variety of skills to supply materials or create items needed during this crisis. Look to their Facebook page for the most up to date information. The MakerLab is also taking donations through their GoFundMe Page to support their efforts making personal protective gear (PPE) for local medial facilities.
Face Masks for Mercy Medical Center
Our wonderful community members are answering a call from Mercy Medical Center for homemade cloth masks for their non-nursing staff. They have requested a specific pattern and instructions. Instructions on how to package and deliver the masks are included in the document. If you have any questions about this project please contact Brenda Marshall at email@example.com.
Pine River COVID-19 Need a Hand? Lend a a Hand! Facebook Page
The Library has created a Facebook page where the local community can come together to share resources, offer help, and ask for assistance when needed! Many of us are feeling overwhelmed, and many of us would love to help if we can. Together we can create a positive place to share and support one another.