Contact Elizabeth City State University, Mid-Atlantic Christian University or Chowan University to volunteer for service projects on their campuses
Collect face masks and hand sanitizer for people experiencing homelessness
“Whether they are in a season of a pandemic or a season of simple everyday life, our unsheltered friends often find themselves among the neglected and forgotten in society. With that in mind, we invite the Capital District youth and their leaders to collect face masks and hand sanitizer to distribute to our friends experiencing homelessness.”
Preparing cards for first responders, health care workers, and assisted living residents
Partner with senior living facilities in the Gateway District. Leaders can call any of the following facilities to find out the needs of their residents. Consider sending cards or supplies, or arranging errand services if appropriate:
Provides a home-like environment for people who are leaving the hospital to rest and recuperate. They provide a safe hospital discharge through a hospitable living environment alongside spiritual care.
How you can help from far away: Write notes to residents coming to Hope Recuperative Care! When a new resident arrives, HRC wants residents to feel welcomed home. You can write an encouraging, welcoming message to residents coming to Hope Recuperative Care.
You can be as creative and decorative as you want. These notes will be left on the new residents’ pillows.
HRC hopes to receive 100 notes from Pilgrimage participants for their incoming residents.
You can mail your notes to:
Hope Recuperative Care ℅ Philip Chryst
4806 Wrightsville Ave.
Wilmington, NC 28403
How you can help in Wilmington: Hope Recuperative Care needs work teams to do physical labor to maintain their facilities. Particularly, their homes could use a coat of outdoor paint! They have gardens and chicken coops that need tending, as well. Interested in having your group volunteer with HRC? Contact Rev. Philip Chryst at to coordinate your work team!
Collect food and other essential items such as toilet paper, soap to assemble boxes for families connected with La Estrella Resplandeciente
Assemble a small work team to clean up around the La Estrella Resplandeciente building, paint, and/or perform small repairs inside
Local park cleanup
Errands for elderly community members
Yard cleanup for community members in need of assistance
Share Your Missions Work Using #nccp20 During the Pilgrimage 2020 Weekend
To create a sense of community during the Pilgrimage 2020 Weekend, we encourage attendees to share their missions work using the Pilgrimage 2020 event hashtag: #nccp20.
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