Senator Hoylman's Neighborhood Check-In
Manhattan State Senator Brad Hoylman is partnering with local non-profits to facilitate volunteer opportunities any New Yorker can participate in while remaining safely at home.
Activities include calling senior citizens to check in on their well-being, calling people with disabilities to help them fill out census forms, or help people navigate the health care system. Some opportunities require specific training, and others are open to anyone interested in volunteering.
To sign up and volunteer for our "Neighborhood Check-In" program, please fill out this form. The information you share is secure and will only be used by the non-profit groups we are working with; no businesses or political groups be able to access this information.
What is your first & last name?
What sort of a time commitment are you looking for?
1 hour each week
2-4 hours each week
4 or more hours each week
Do you have training or experience in one of the following areas?
Caregiving or health care planning
Working with people with disabilities
None of the above, but I'm excited to volunteer however I can!
Are you a college student or recent graduate interested in working on youth initiatives?
Is there anything else we should know about you?
What is your email address?
What is your phone number?
What is your ZIP code?
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