Our service can be used in many ways to help loved ones from providing support to a military family and organizing meal trains for parents to coordinating volunteers for your school or religious group, or bringing together volunteers in your town or neighborhood. From our Help Calendar to Well Wishes Wall, learn more about using Lotsa Helping Hands:
Care for a Caregiver
Are you a caregiver juggling care for a loved one while keeping up with the responsibilities of everyday life? Or do you know someone caring for others and find yourself wondering how you can help? At Lotsa, we believe it takes a Community to support the caregiver. Caregiving is an extra job that few are prepared for. Our Help Calendar and community building features make it easy to organize help for the people you care about.
Help Our Nation’s Military & Veterans Families
Do you know a military family experiencing a deployment or a wounded warrior who has arrived home? Use Lotsa to bring volunteers together to send care packages, deliver meals and organize home repairs and renovations for military personnel and their families.
Support New Parents and Parents of Children with Special Needs
Do you know new parents experiencing the joys, and sometimes the challenges, of caring for newborns? Are you caring for a child with a special need and could use some extra help? Use Lotsa to organize meals, coordinate dropping off diapers and other much-needed supplies, or simply to offer a message of support.
Organize Volunteers in the Classroom
Does your school or child’s classroom need a place to organize classroom volunteers, post photos and messages or share resources with other school volunteers? Use Lotsa to build, support and grow your classroom or school-wide community.
Coordinate Volunteers for Your Religious Group
Do you volunteer with your local religious group? Consider using Lotsa to organize your efforts. Create a Community at Lotsa and encourage member volunteers to sign up for posted needs, send well wishes to families, view the community calendar, and view resources and links to community-specific websites and other nonprofit organizations.
Rally Volunteer Efforts in Your Neighborhood
Want to learn more about volunteering in your neighborhood or town? Create an Open Community to organize help in your town or neighborhood so that anyone who needs help can find it and those who want to volunteer can.
Whether you are giving or receiving help, we hope that you find what you need using our service. If you have questions about what to do next, please be in touch with us.
Learn more about getting started over on our How It Works page.
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