Heart2Heart Outreach developed several newer programs in 2020 to help assist those who are isolated as the pandemic changed our model of C.A.R.E. New digital outreach methods enabled volunteers to reach seniors who were even more isolated than usual. Volunteers began visiting seniors in their private homes.
In 2022, we will be expanding our programs even more, adding iPads for Seniors in March and hopefully the Food for Hope program later in the year. Below is a restructured chart that encompasses all of the different outreach opportunities we now offer volunteers.
H2H Group Events
& Assisting A.D.
& Bible Studies
Food For Hope
Our volunteers can become Heart2Heart Drivers, delivering C.A.R.E. packages and giving rides to seniors who can’t drive. They can help us at home with Home-Based Projects like making cozy blankets, cards and writing letters.
Volunteers can give their time in Care Centers, participating in events with other Heart2Heart volunteers, offering spiritual care through Sunday Services and Bible studies or creating long-term relationships with lonely residents through Face-to-Face Visits.
Volunteers in the C.A.R.E. Tech Program communicate via video calls within the iPads for Seniors program or via telephone calls. Finally, our Home-Based Community Visits encompasses the forthcoming Food for Hope programs, Relief C.A.R.E. (launching later this year) as well as C.A.R.E. visits in the private homes of seniors who live alone.
For more information on any of these programs, click on their links above.