Volunteers are needed for the Hearts to Serve ministry, launched in late March by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles as a response to the growing coronavirus emergency.
The archdiocese’s Office of Life, Justice and Peace teamed up with the Knights of Columbus and the St. Vincent de Paul Society to offer the community assistance including food and household supplies delivery to those who are home-bound, deliveries to parish-based food pantries and helping those who have lost their job due to coronavirus economy.
Volunteers will be trained to answer the hotline number. This work can be done at home. Volunteer drivers must be younger than age 60, have a valid drivers license and auto insurance and their own vehicle.