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Help Others

If you have time or resources, you can help our community and others cope with this unprecedented public health emergency.

Volunteer in the community

Just serve volunteer referral service 
Health care volunteers statewide 
Health care workers needed to help at Tri City Medical Center 
Californians For All 
Check in on older Californians 
Submit tech suggestions

Donate to the community

Donate medical supplies to Tri City Medical Center
Donate face coverings to our Sew2Care program
San Diego Community Response Fund
Hold a virtual food drive
Donate to the food bank

Blood donations

San Diego Blood Bank (Vista location)
Red Cross

Engage with the community 

#Care4Carlsbad Connecting with our Community The City of Carlsbad is full of amazing, every day people. We’re excited to launch a series of profiles of people in our community who call Carlsbad home and are finding ways of staying connected or inspired during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are their #Care4Carlsbad stories.

If you would like to share your story of life during COVID-19 and how you are making it through the day, things you’ve found that help you cope and ways you have been able to help others, please email communications@carlsbadca.gov, and we’ll get in touch!

#StayHomeSD The goal of this campaign is to remind us that staying home and following the other health orders protects those most vulnerable in our lives. Who in your own lives is more vulnerable to COVID-19?  Let us know by sharing photos on social media. Please use the hashtags #StayHomeSD, #InThisTogetherSD and #CarlsbadatHome. If you send us your photos, we’ll share them on our social media too. Email them to communications@carlsbadca.gov.

Spread good cheer! Neighbors are finding creative ways of keeping each others’ spirits up. If you notice messages of kindness and other signs in your neighborhoods, please send them to us at communications@carlsbadca.gov so we can share on social media.

Together/Apart: The COVID-19 Community Memory Archive Cal State University San Marcos asking you to help the University Library preserve the record of day-to-day living of this critical moment in our nation’s journey as we navigate the COVID-19 crisis here in San Diego County.