Thank you for your interest in:

Donations

 

Accepting donations of the following items:

  • Hand-sewn cloth masks (adult-sized)

  • Household grade disinfectant spray

  • Household grade disinfectant wipes

Schedule a time to drop off donations

Email doc.donations@cchealth.org.

 

Volunteer Opportunities -

COVID-19 Response

We are currently accepting volunteers for vaccinators, support staff and contact tracers. If you meet the requirements below, please send your completed Volunteer Information Form to COVID19Volunteers@cchealth.org. The full application and training process may take up to two weeks.

 

Requirements for Vaccinators

  • Current license: RN, LVN, EMT, DDS, PharmD or MD

  • Complete a background check and submit a TB Test (provided by Contra Costa County)

  • Complete mandatory online trainings: COVID-19 Vaccine Training (ca.gov)

  • Be available to volunteer 24 hours per week, Tuesday through Saturday.

  • Candidates must be able to work at all the sites and have reliable transportation. Various locations throughout the county (Concord, San Ramon, Antioch, Richmond). 

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Requirements for Support Staff

  • Complete a background check and submit a TB Test (provided by Contra Costa County)  

  • Volunteers required hours: 24 to 40 per week, 4 to 8 hours shifts daily. 

  • Operational days: Monday thru Sunday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., evenings might be available February - June 

  • Typical Tasks:
    - Assists with site set up and takedown at the beginning and end of day
    - Assists with traffic monitoring
    - Assist with verification of appointment and identification
    - Assist in the delivery of supplies
    - Assist with prepping materials for clinics and vaccination sites
    - And, other duties as assigned.  

 

Requirements for Contact Tracers

  • All volunteers must be a minimum of 16 years of age  

  • Commit to 6 months of volunteering; 20 hours per week, including weekends 

  • Complete a background check and submit a TB Test (provided by Contra Costa County)    

  • Participate in a 3-week online training

COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund

In response to the current public health crisis, Contra Costa Regional Health Foundation has launched a COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund.

 

This fund will support our region’s medical community, workforce development, food distribution and access, emergency financial assistance, and more.

 
 

NOTE: Due to overwhelming response, we are temporarily closing volunteer applications. We will begin accepting new applications on March 15, 2021. Thank you for your interest.