King County on Tuesday launched the Project C.A.R.E. website to centralize opportunities for donations and volunteer opportunities during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
King County residents can now quickly and easily find ways to help with the COVID-19 response efforts, thanks to a program sponsored by Vice Chair Reagan Dunn that officially launched Tuesday.
Project C.A.R.E. for COVID-19 ACTION and RESPONSE ENLISTMENT, set up a comprehensive website listing opportunities for people to give back to their community, and helping connect would-be volunteers with the organizations where their help is most needed.
“So many people have been looking for ways to support their community as we all navigate the impacts of COVID-19. That generosity is what first inspired me to create a one-stop shop to connect folks with opportunities to give back,” Dunn said. “In this time of crisis, my hope is that Project C.A.R.E. will unite our region and help us look out for each other.”
In addition to the website launch, Councilmember Dunn has released a series of videos highlighting the Project C.A.R.E. opportunities, including blood donations, food support, helping local healthcare services and more.
Visit the new site to learn more: www.kingcounty.gov/CARE.