Continue Receiving Vaccine Support

Request SupportSupport Resources

If you are viewing this page you have received vaccine support from California Volunteers and seek additional support. Submit requests by completing the form below and selecting from the dropdown options. A My Turn – Volunteer team member will follow up with you.

Support Option Descriptions

Recruit Volunteers for Free through the My Turn – Volunteer Digital Recruitment Tool: Create medical and non-medical volunteer listings for your vaccine related volunteer opportunities. For My Turn users only

Recruit Volunteers for Free through Volunteer Match: Create as many volunteer listings as you need for your vaccine related opportunities

AmeriCorps Service Members: Express interest in short term deployments of AmeriCorps Service members potentially available upon approval

Email Blast/ Newsletter Promotion: Share your opportunity far and wide through our newsletter or targeted email blast

Volunteer Center Support: Get introduced to partner organizations across the state that may provide localized volunteer screening and/or management support

My Turn – Volunteer Technical Support: Request technical support for the My Turn – Volunteer Digital Recruitment Tool

Volunteer Recognition Certificate: Request a certificate template to present to your volunteers or partner organizations

Request Support Form

Important: If you have not previously received support from California Volunteers, but are interested, please do not complete this form. Reach out at myturnvolunteer@cv.ca.gov regarding vaccine support. Forms completed by new contacts will not receive responses.

Library of Resources

Lilian Jang, ’21, Psychology, San Jose State University, Center for Community Learning and Leadership

Dr. Mike Witte, Vice President & Chief Medical Officer California Primary Care Association 

Brittiny Gonzalez, Director of Social Media at California Volunteers, Rene Macleay-Santiago, External Affairs Officer at COVID-19 Task Force

Favianna Rodriguez President, The Center for Cultural Power