About Us

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Our Purpose

Generosity Multiplied is a group of engaged volunteers throughout communities nation wide who are least at risk for COVID-19 complications. Our volunteers are willing to bring supplies, groceries, run errands, offer prayer and encouragement to those in high-risk demographics. We are most focused on the elderly and those with compromised immune systems, but are available to help anyone in need. 


We are people like you. Looking around and realizing our community is in need and we have something to offer others. We follow Jesus and seek to do everything for Him so it compels us to go and serve others. 

 

We believe that this time is our opportunity, as followers of Jesus, to be His hands and feet for those in need. We’ve been shown, by His example, that in times of difficulty we are to love our neighbor in practical ways. The Bible is filled with verses about what we should do with and for “one another” and this crisis is our opportunity to put those passages into practice.

Our Commitment

We will make every effort to ensure we minimize the spread of this disease, but cannot completely eliminate all the risk. With that in mind, we have implemented the following safety guidelines to minimize any potential transmission of the Coronavirus.

Our Volunteers

All our volunteers confirm that they:


· Have not traveled out of the country in the last 14 days

· Are not exhibiting any signs of compromised health (e.g. runny nose, cough, fever, etc.)

· Have not come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days 

Our Process

We ask our volunteers to wear gloves during deliveries, as well as recommend volunteers avoid touching unnecessary items and utilize a self-checkout option if available. Volunteers are additionally requested to take every CDC-approved safety precaution, including:

· Washing hands frequently with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds or using hand sanitizer. 

· Refraining from touching their face after having been outside

· Sneezing or coughing into their elbow

· Practicing social distancing when possible