Mutual Aid Volunteer Sign-Up
This form is for those in the Randolph, Braintree, and Brookfield areas who would like to volunteer to help their neighbors through the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The information provided from this form will be shared with volunteer coordinators and organizations needed to fulfill any requests.

Important: Noting that you would like to be contacted about any of the work mentioned below does not constitute a hard and fast commitment. We know circumstances can be unpredictable. Checking "yes" just means we may get in touch if the need for volunteers or supplies arises.
Email *
Name *
Pronouns
For example: she/her, he/him, they/them, etc.
Phone
If you are unable to answer the phone, do we have your permission to leave a message?
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Mailing Address
Preferred method of contact. *
Contact me about... *
Please select your ability to help with a volunteer task. Again, this does not constitute a hard and fast commitment. We know circumstances can be unpredictable. Checking "can help" just means we may get in touch if the need for volunteers or supplies arises.
Unsure
Cannot help
Might be able to help
Can help
Delivering basic necessities to those who are quarantined or self-isolating
Picking up basic necessities from stores and delivering them to volunteers for distribution
Phone check-ins/buddy systems
Help organizing RAMAN volunteers/other logistics
Paperwork (making copies, sending letters, etc.)
Other or new volunteer opportunities
I can volunteer (weekdays) *
Required
I can volunteer (weekends) *
Required
Do you wish to be contacted about donations that are needed to support mutual aid work around COVID-19? *
Would you be willing to share basic human needs like food, water, medical supplies, hygiene products, shelter, etc.?
Do you have any medical experience or training that you may be able to offer? Please describe.
The State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) is interested in receiving information on staff who may be available for other needs during this time. Care attendants, LNA’s, RN, people with emergency operations experience etc. that are available and interested in being a resource for the state let us know and we will forward you the information or you can visit https://www.vermont.gov/volunteer to be a state medical volunteer.
Do you have any skills or resources that you could offer? Please describe.
Could you offer someone any temporary work? (Remote, outdoor, etc) Please specify below.
Do you know someone who could benefit from RAMAN assistance but does not have access to a computer? *
Would you like to receive periodic email updates about volunteer opportunities, community building activities, etc? *
Other thoughts, concerns, or comments?
How did you hear about RAMAN? *
Risks and best practices will be discussed before any work is done. People over 50 and people with underlying conditions should be especially cautious in these times, so not all opportunities will be right for everyone. Please do whatever you must to remain well. *
Randolph Area Mutual-Aid Network (RAMAN) Organizations
Bethany Church
Capstone Community Action
Central Vermont Council on Aging
Clare Martin Center
Gifford Health Care
Kimball Public Library
Our Lady of the Angels
Randolph Area Community Development Corps
Randolph Food Shelf
Randolph Rotary
Randolph Select Board
Randolph Senior Center
St. John's Episcopal Church
Town of Randolph
Trivalley Transit (Stagecoach)
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