- Virtual Mission Trip Resources, by Andrew Wicks
- 9 Places to Volunteer Online (And Make a Real Difference), by Jackie Menjivar
- Virtual Volunteer Opportunities You Can Do From Home, by Noelle Buhidar
- 2020 Virtual Camp Listings, from American Camp Association
Service Project Examples:
- Match members of your youth group with elders in the church. Have write cards or letters to elders to begin their “pen pal” relationship.
- Contact your local food pantry or shelter to find out which items are most needed. Hold a virtual “scavenger hunt” with your youth to find these items in their kitchens at home. Make a drop box at your church where they can drop off food items. Deliver the box to the food pantry/shelter.
- Contact your local shelter (or families in your community) and find out what items are needed for adults and children. Create a Target account and have your entire group log on. Assign items to teams and give them a dollar amount to spend and a time limit. Send teams to break out rooms to shop. Bring everyone back to the main room and view the cart together – you can have a representative from each team speak about their shopping decisions. Complete the purchase and have it sent directly to the shelter.