People with medical or other health care, mental health or other clinical experience, health care administrative experience (translators, medical data entry), or who have experience working with displaced people can volunteer with Vermont's Medical Reserve Corps.
Learn how to join the Medical Reserve Corps
Vermont has eased licensing requirements for the purpose of helping out with the COVID-19 response. Learn more about getting a temporary license if you are a health professional.
Nurses and caregivers, both paid and volunteer are needed to support Vermont's long-term care facilities provide direct care and support. People with other skills (for example, drivers, food service, construction, IT, security, skilled trades, etc.) from across different sectors and disciplines to are needed to keep our essential infrastructure operational.
Learn how you can help
The Red Cross is looking for people who are fully recovered from COVID-19 and may be able to donate plasma. If you are fully recovered from a COVID-19 diagnosis that was confirmed by a lab test and would like to donate your plasma, fill out this form.
Many local food banks and other community organizations are in need of support and donations of supplies.
Support your local Food Bank. Donate online or text GIVEHEALTH to 85511. If you need help getting food, contact the Vermont Food Bank (link is external).
You can look for ways to help your neighbors, especially older adults and at-risk people who need to stay home as much as possible. Offer to go shopping for them or keep them company by phone. When volunteering please follow neighborly best practices.