COVID-19 Volunteering

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Delaware County is proud to have so many residents who are willing and eager to help their fellow neighbors during this trying time. Our most vulnerable residents are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, and this page offers a list of resources available to those in need and for those who wish to help.


Delaware County residents have volunteered in record numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the County continues to look to recruit additional volunteers to ensure that we have robust vaccination capabilities in the event that the supply of vaccine doses increases in the coming weeks and months.

Anyone interested in volunteering should strongly consider submitting a volunteer application form with the Citizen Corp of Delaware County, which continues to recruit volunteers with both medical and non-medical backgrounds, 18 years of age or older. No prior training or medical knowledge required.

Citizen Corps of Delaware County

Other Ways to Help

We know that helping others feels great, and helps you make a real difference. Many volunteer organizations are available that will provide rewarding experiences, opportunities to utilize your talents and passions, and provide training that will help you serve your community and keep Delco Strong.

ARES/RACES of Delaware County Pennsylvania
Cards and Signs for Local Nursing Homes
Citizen Corps of Delaware County
Give Blood [American Red Cross]
PPE Donations
Salvation Army
Volunteer for the Medical Reserve Corps

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Delaware County, presently consisting of over 184 square miles divided into forty-nine municipalities is the oldest settled section of Pennsylvania.

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