How Can I Help?
Some in our SJN family and community may not have access to basic needs such as food, medications or transportation to the MD. If you (and your family) are healthy, under the age of 60, have access and can utilize hand sanitizer, and are willing to help serve those in need, please e- mail Jo-Ann Duggan at email@example.com to volunteer.
A new program has been launched to match local residents who need meals with local restaurants who need business. Those in need will fill out a form, which will be sent to a local restaurant, and then a pickup will be organized for the meal.
How can you help? A monetary gift can make a real difference – a donation of only $10 can provide one takeout meal to someone in need. Volunteers are also needed to serve in many ways: as a no-contact pickup and delivery drivers for individuals who cannot go to the restaurant themselves; to help translate information into other languages (primarily Spanish); to make phone calls to individuals who do not have email (in both English and Spanish); and to help with general administrative tasks.
To volunteer, click here.
To donate via GoFundMe, click here.
If you are in need of meals, scroll down for sign-up links.
If you are ill, > the age of 60, higher risk for complication, immunocompromised or homebound, and have basic needs such as food, medications or transportation to your health care provider, please call the Parish Office at 703-860-8510. We will do our best to help coordinate services or resources to help.
Fairfax County residents affected by Covid-19 can also call 703-222-0880, TTY 711, for safety net items such as food and financial assistance.
Sign up to receive meals:
If you can questions or concerns about Covid-19, you can contact SJN’s parish nurse at firstname.lastname@example.org.