Farmville Cares

Para solicitar ayuda o pedir más información en español, llame al (434) 414-1099.

Peer-to-Peer Volunteer Network

Do you need volunteer assistance with things like grocery shopping, a friendly conversation or picking up prescriptions? Farmville Cares connects volunteers with community members in need due to COVID-19.

The Farmville Cares Peer-to-Peer Volunteer Network was born out of a need to help and be helped during COVID-19. Farmville Cares matches volunteers with individuals who request assistance with grocery shopping, picking up medications, assistance finding rides to the doctor, and more.

Run entirely by volunteers, the Farmville Cares Peer to Peer network fields incoming calls and requests from those in need. Volunteers are matched with neighbors depending on the need. Some deliver food, some call in and check on people, others may drop off medical supplies for those who are at risk or unable to get out.

The request for volunteer assistance can be submitted with the form above or by calling (434) 414-1188 (open 7 a.m. – 7p.m.). Volunteers can also register using this phone number or the volunteer form above.

This program is open to faith groups, civic organizations and others in the community who are looking to serve in a personal way or need to assist their members in finding volunteer help.

If you are looking for a comprehensive database of services in Amelia, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Lunenburg, Nottoway and Prince Edward Counties, please visit www.scvnn.org.