It is a rare occurrence that we find ourselves in a global circumstance in history that we all acknowledge is uncharted territory. In light of this, daily opportunities particular to this time can be as simple as writing a card or making a call to an isolated high-risk individual or a quarantined family or perhaps it’s praying with or having a conversation with a fearful friend about the hope we have in Christ. As we intentionally seek to be Christlike, let’s wisely act on our unique opportunities as well as reach out to be a part of some opportunities we’ve been approached with to help love and serve our broader Valley community:
Vail Valley Salvation Army has already been serving those in quarantine and isolation, working through Public Health and Public Safety officials. However, we’ve been informed food is flying off the shelves and their next delivery is March 24th. They are in need of food. If you would like to give in this way, they suggest items such as mac and cheese, cereal, rice, bean, etc. Food can be dropped at 322 E Beaver Creek Blvd, Avon, CO 81620 from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Volunteers to help organize and stock the shelves are always appreciated as well!
Check in on a neighbor or someone you know who might be isolated and in need of assistance to ask how you might pray for them or help in this time. Also, if you personally have an immediate need, please reach out to us at email@example.com or post directly to our Facebook page to share with our TVC Family.
Please watch for additional opportunities as they are showing up each day.
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