They need help with their Crisis Response Shifts. Here is the link:

Crisis Response shifts are comprised of mostly return volunteers, but we welcome new volunteers, especially if you’re comfortable jumping in and learning as they go. This link is private, meaning folks can only sign up if they have the link. If you’d like to bring a plus-one, you can forward the link to them.


Safety is still of the utmost importance to us and we’re continually adjusting to meet the ever-changing safety standards. Here are the current safety precautions we’re taking. Age minimum at this time is 14 years old.

The bottom line is they are doing the best to maintain social distancing, but volunteers will still cross paths in the warehouse. Please don’t sign up if you are uncomfortable being around other people. But if you’re healthy and excited to get to work, we could really use your hands and your energy!

Please contact Tammy Brollier by e-mail below for more information:

Rosemount Family Resource Center donations

The Rosemount Family Resource Center, a part of 360 Communities, is collecting kids snacks for the summer!
Although kids programing is on pause this year with the coronavirus pandemic, they still anticipate many kiddos at the park and coming in for snacks. Drop off snack donations at the resource center.
More needed items:
Shampoo, Conditioner, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Soap/Shower Gel, Diaper wipes, Diapers, Laundry detergent, Trash bags, Cash donations, Toilet paper, Paper Towels, Cleaning supplies, Dish soap, Clean, undamaged paper grocery bags.
Thank you for your faithful service to our community!


Please contact Tammy Brollier by e-mail below for more information:

The Salvation Army has several immediate volunteer needs over the next few weeks. In all of our opportunities, we are doing all we can to adhere to CDC guidelines in sanitation and social/physical distancing. Gloves and masks are provided to our volunteers, but we ask if you have a mask that you bring that along to your shift.

A Rapid Response

United Methodist congregations in the Twin Cities and beyond have participated in a rapid response to the aftermath of the death of George Floyd. Among other things, members and friends have stepped in with emergency evacuations, food, water, medical supplies, street cleanup, financial appeals, trauma support, and peaceful protests. Many others are looking for ways to put their faith into action. View a couple opportunities below.

  1. Join the new Minnesota Conference Rapid Response Facebook group: This is the “go-to place” for sharing needs and opportunities. It’s the best and fastest way to find out how you can help. You can help both in person (in the Twin Cities area) and contribute from other parts of the state.

    View more opportunities on Lyndy’s Mission Minute.

The Rosemount and Timber Hills Care Facilities are looking for day brighteners for their residents. (They loved the May Baskets The Well provided!)
  • Greeting cards: Cards  brighten their day, cheer them up, or just a note to say Hi.
  • Items to Donate: color pencils, markers, Glue sticks, paint brushes, 12 Activity Kits of each activity (card making kits, craft kits)
  • Additional Ways to Volunteer:
      •  set-up phone visits if anyone would be interested in that.
      • window pet visits (coordinate with Lauren or Kimberly at The Rosemount, so the residents can hear you on their phones or ours) *send this on to your friends!
  • Contact Pat Roberts or Meredith Johnson, 651-two nine five-7899, for drop off information!
Get more resources from Dakota County and their response on COVID-19. 

Food delivery is available around our communities!

Here are links to resources around the community that will deliver meals to seniors, as well as places offering free food for kids.

“Lord, you are my God; I will exalt you and praise
your name, for in perfect faithfulness you have done
wonderful things, things planned long ago.”
~ Isaiah 25:1
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