Serve

The CharMeck Responds Coalition is working to mobilize volunteers all over the Greater Charlotte Area. Opportunities are varied and include events like food packing, distribution and delivery to the collection of Personal Protection Equipment. There are 3 ways to get involved.

Individuals

Individual volunteer opportunities are being coordinated directly by the coordinating organizations.

Individuals

As an individual, you can go to the following organizations to see which opportunities are available

Organizations

As an organization you can join the coalition to get your volunteers active or request to become a site for volunteer service opportunities.

Organizations

As an organization you can join the coalition to get your volunteers active or request to become a site for volunteer service opportunities.

Collection of PPE (Personal Protection Equipment)

Help first responders stay safe by donating these items

N 95 Filter Masks

Surgical Masks

Goggles

Safety Glasses

Face Shields

EMS Medical Gowns

Medical Gloves

Splash Suits/Coveralls

Surface Disinfectant

Sanitizing Wipes

95 Filter Masks

Surgical Masks

Goggles

Safety Glasses

Face Shields

EMS Medical Gowns

Medical Gloves

Splash Suits/Coveralls

Surface Disinfectant

Sanitizing Wipes

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Needed!

Join the CharMeck Responds Coalition’s efforts of collecting or procuring the following items to directly support our hard-working First Responders during the COVID-19 crisis.

If you have any of these items to donate or access to anyone who may be able to donate them, please let us know.

I Have PPE to Donate
I Have PPE to Sell

Medical Workers Needed

North Carolina has built a medical response capability through our state’s Health Care Coalitions (HCCs) that can augment all levels of care to citizens affected by a disaster event. The capability includes medical supplies and equipment, as well as volunteer health care and medical professionals who are willing to deploy to affected areas or facilities to provide patient care. This response is provided through the State Medical Response System (SMRS), which recruits and manages volunteers in the following areas:

  • Clinical (physicians, advanced care providers, nurses, EMS)
  • Clinical Support (pharmacy, imaging and respiratory care)
  • Non-clinical support (facility maintenance, safety, and administrative)

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) is asking volunteers to provide medical supplies if they are able, including personal protective equipment.