COVID - 19 Community Resources
CLOSED: Until we have more needs in the community, we will close this form.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, the City of Edina has received an overwhelming response from Edina residents wanting to help and give back during this challenging time. If you are interested in giving back please fill out the following form.
We truly appreciate all who want to be involved as we face this emergency! As you use this site to find ways to give back, keep in mind that organizations are adapting their services and volunteer opportunities in alignment with current health guidance and the evolving needs of our community. We urge you to be flexible, proactive, and safe in your volunteer response, and to check back frequently for updates. Right now we are creating a volunteer pool, so don’t worry if you don’t hear back for a while. Actual volunteer assignments may take some time. We’re still getting our arms around the types of needs and the resources available to address them.
Volunteers will be contacted only when/if a need is identified.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email this link
If you’re a restaurant or organization that can assist Edina residents during COVID-19, please complete this form to let us know what services you are offering or if you have an update to what is currently listed in the resource section of our website.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email this link
CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
The Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic is changing our lives. The City of Edina wants to know how we can help support our community members during this difficult time. By completing the survey, you can help us understand better how we can work together to get through this.
If you prefer to talk the survey via phone, call the Edina COVID-19 Resource Hotline at 952-826-0370.
Tennessen Data Warning: Information provided on this form is considered public data. By completing this form, you are consenting to your information being shared with staff to determine action needed and for staff to contact you. You may choose not to provide some or all of this public data, but it may limit staff’s ability to assist you.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email this link
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