Practical Actions

What can I do?

Practical Action Steps
  • Volunteer to pick up groceries and pharmacy items for those who are quarantined.  Simply gather them up and drop them on the doorstep, calling to let the person know the items are there.
  • Get on a phone tree!  Isolation is a result of this virus, and you can combat it head on by calling and having a conversation with someone in quarantine.
  • Hand carry flyers or Parish Bulletins to those with no social media or internet access.  This helps keep them connected and aware of our prayerful (and active!) support.
  • start or join a prayer chain
  • join the Diocesan Intercessory Prayer Group (an email group that can be joined by emailing Seth Wright at
  • Look through your pantry and donate especially these items:
Canned Goods (especially green beans, corn)Toilet Paper
DiapersPaper Plates & Napkins
Paper TowelsLaundry and Dish Soap
Dairy Items (Milk and Cheese)Tortillas and Bread
EggsClorox Wipes
Adult underwear-Medium and LargeHand Sanitizer
SocksDVD’s  (PG-13 or G)
Soap and ShampooToothpaste/Toothbrushes
Cardboard Boxes for food deliveryFeminine hygiene products
Plastic bags (quarts and gallon size)Gloves
Thermometers Bleach
Monetary donations for special itemsRolls of quarters for Laundry

Call ahead to make donations:

La Puente in Alamosa    (719-589-5909)

Pueblo Rescue Mission  (719-924-8413)

Grand Valley Outreach   (970-241-3658)

Pueblo Soup Kitchen      (719-545-6540)

Posada in Pueblo            (719-924-8413)

OR any local Food Shelf, Shelter, or Soup Kitchen!

Click below for more resources and ways to help:

Sunday Experience at Home

Family Resources

Resources for the Poor

Resources for the Elderly

Resources for Students

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