How to Help

covid how to help page header

Coronavirus page divider

Blood Donors Needed

American Red Cross 

The City of Temecula has partnered with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive on Wednesday May 5, and Friday June 11, from 10 am to 4 pm at the Temecula City Hall Conference Center (41000 Main St). Participants must make an appointment before donating to prevent individuals from gathering. CLICK HERE to schedule your blood donation appointment today.

Promenade Temecula is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday April 6 and Saturday April 10 from 10am to 4pm. Located on the lower level at Macy's West parking (women's department). CLICK HERE to schedule your blood donation appointment today.

San Diego Blood Bank 

San Diego Blood Bank often partners with businesses throughout Riverside County (including those in Temecula, Murrieta and Winchester) to host mobile blood drives. CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment or search for upcoming blood drives closest to you.

LifeStream Blood Bank 

Additional local blood drives are offered through LifeStream Blood Bank. CLICK HERE to search for a donation site nearest you, and to make an appointment online.

Coronavirus page divider

Temecula Valley Hospital

Temecula Valley Hospital (TVH) has the medical supplies and personal protective equipment that are needed to keep their employees and medical staff safe. The hospital tracks inventory several times per day and has put in place measures to protect their resources in order to address the COVID-19 pandemic. 

For local businesses with an opportunity to help TVH by donating or selling supplies within existing inventory, such assistance is appreciated especially for items that are back ordered. The City of Temecula supports this effort locally to assist Temecula Valley Hospital. Call 951-331-2536, and Temecula Valley Hospital will make arrangements for delivery or pick-up.

SUPPLIES APPRECIATED
Donations to frontline workers are welcome (helps keep up morale)!
Disposable gloves (all sizes accepted; small size most needed)


Feeding your community

Volunteer Oportunities - The State website Californians For All matches Californians with safe volunteer opportunities to support our community, including donating blood, checking on neighbors, delivering meals to seniors, and more. CLICK HERE for additional information, and to join.

Coronavirus page divider


How Healthy Californians can help

Hope through Art Program - Calling all youth and teens! Cheer up our local senior citizens! Send the City your artwork via email to seniorcenter@temeculaca.gov to be printed and shared with our senior community via the Hope through Art Program.

Coronavirus page divider